|08-26-2013, 01:12 PM||#1|
Join Date: Dec 2009
Location: New York, USA
Device: Kindle 3 (wifi) + nokia n900 tablet phone
RTF Conversion (Underlined/Italics chapter headings)
I have a few books with a enough chapter headings that manual editing is a PITA (80-100 chapters each).
The chapter headings each have the numbers spelled out in text (so..."One", "Two", etc). They're also in all caps, italics, and underlined.
Is there any way to work with this formatting to tell calibre where the chapter headings are? None of the other text in the books include both underlining and italics.
|08-27-2013, 12:58 PM||#2|
Join Date: Dec 2008
Location: Lancashire, U.K.
Device: BeBook 1, BeBook Pure, Kobo Glo, Energy Sistem EReader Pro +
You will need to experiment a bit with the regex used by Alternative F&R to make sure you are getting all the Chapters but I've found it works well. Once you have the Chapter headings formatted as "Heading1", "Heading2" etc and showing up properly in the Navigator then Calibre will be happy with them when you use it to convert the RTF.
|08-27-2013, 01:52 PM||#3|
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Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: (The original) Silicon Valley, USA
Device: Astak Pocket Pro, K4NT,Galaxy Tab 2
Easy to do in Sigil if the headings use a unique 'class' (the only use underline + italic implies this is so)
Then you could just change the <p and \p> to a <h3 \h3> and have Sigil generate the NCX (and HTML TOC if desired)
I do have 3 clips saved to build searches with
(One|Two|Three|Four|Five|Six|Seven|Eight|Nine|Ten) (Eleven|Twelve|Thirteen|Fourteen|Fifteen|Sixteen|Seventeen|Eighteen|Nineteen) (Twenty|Thirty|Fourty|Fifty|Sixty|Seventy|Eighty|Ninety|Hundred)
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