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Old 09-13-2007, 07:48 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by SteffenH View Post
Recently I tried to format the book "Future Imperfect" by ecconomist David D. Friedman (free draft at: http://www.daviddfriedman.com/Future_Imperfect.html) to lrf-format with Book Designer. Unfortunately it isn't possible to load or copy and paste the html-file in the editor whit out destroying the html-script (sorry, I'm a layman) and losing the linking of footnotes. Could anybody help me to transform this file to the lrf-format. Are there better tools for this task?

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Steffen
You could also try html2lrf part of the libprs500 package to convert this to LRF. But the real issue here is that a lot of the footnotes are links to external webpages. You won't be able to visit those pages to know what those footnotes mean.
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