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Old 05-06-2022, 12:35 AM   #10
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Device: Sony e-reader 505, Kindle PW2, Kindle PW3, Kobo Libra2
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Originally Posted by DNSB View Post
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.
Thanks. I notice that you've also eliminated the horrid spaces between the paragraphs and indented these instead. I know this can be done during conversion, but it's so much better if this isn't necessary.
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