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Old 05-05-2022, 03:26 PM   #9
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Thanks.
I haven't yet put this book on the Libra, it's still just in Calibre where it doesn't show a TOC at the beginning of the book.

I'll put it onto the Libra next time it needs charging and see if this works.

UPDATE: this works! Thanks.
The Libra does not use the human readable ToC. What it displays is the content of the toc.ncx file.

I downloaded the book, added the html ToC using one of Sigil's tools, did a bit of cleanup which took a couple of minutes.
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