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Old 09-11-2018, 03:13 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by yJan1986 View Post
Okay,
Thanks for your reply, I didn't know about multiple toc entries, I thought the option "Force use of auto-generated TOC " was enough.

The workaround on your kobo is somehow unclear to me, because I don't know of any method to split by chapters, other than the option calibre provides - to split by size, under the EPUB output options during conversion.

I have tried to adjust the version of the EPUB to 3 and tried to force the separation by size, unfortunately to no avail. The fact that the EPUB e-books from earlier versions of calibre have worked like a charm with my touch 2 hd, implies that someone musr have changed something in these lines of code.

Unfortunately, I am no code monkey that I could find this issue by myself :-(.
My preference is to mark the splits using Sigil and then split the files however this is a manual process. The calibre editor has much the same capability. A quick workaround is to try an epub to epub conversion in calibre as calibre should split the file automatically at headers (the h1, h2, h3, etc. tags).
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