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Young Adult Lofting, Hugh: The Story of Doctor Dolittle V1.6 2007-06-30
#1  JSWolf 06-20-2007, 06:11 PM
The Story of Doctor Dolittle
(Doctor Dolittle)
(The first book in the Doctor Dolittle series)
(1920)
A novel by
Hugh Lofting

The adventures of a kind-hearted doctor, who is fond of animals and understands their language, as he travels to Africa with some of his favorite pets to cure the monkeys of a terrible sickness.

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#2  JSWolf 06-23-2007, 06:23 PM
I've found some things that needed fixing. So expect sometime soon a new version.
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#3  JSWolf 06-23-2007, 08:55 PM
New version due to some fixes such as italics and extra spaces.
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#4  JSWolf 06-30-2007, 09:05 AM
A few more corrections.
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#5  Dr. Drib 07-11-2007, 05:12 PM
I was organizine my ebook library and adding last names to the files, correcting things, etc. and opened your upload and noticed you have NO UNDERLINES within the body of your text.

How did you do this using BookDesigner?

(And can it be done in the TOC area, as well?)

Thanks,
Don
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#6  Anais9000 07-12-2007, 12:58 PM
Another useful thing would be to upload the html0 file in a zip, like you've done in the past, on one of these recent books -- so that we could actually see how the non-underlined headings are done. Thanks in advance!
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#7  JSWolf 07-12-2007, 01:12 PM
How I got the ToC to have no underlines is an easy solution. I used html2lrf to convert the book. I downloaded the HTML version and because I didn't want to bother to fix the graphics (most have subtitles) I just used html2lrf to convert. I did do a little bit of cleaning up, but not all that much.
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#8  Dr. Drib 07-12-2007, 03:46 PM
...that it was compiled by BookDesigner.

Did you do two different passes?

Also, I just checked your 1.6 version, and its' the TOC that is not underlined, but I could have sworn that (on an earlier version?), it was the CHAPTERS in the text itself that were NOT undernined!



Quote JSWolf
How I got the ToC to have no underlines is an easy solution. I used html2lrf to convert the book. I downloaded the HTML version and because I didn't want to bother to fix the graphics (most have subtitles) I just used html2lrf to convert. I did do a little bit of cleaning up, but not all that much.
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#9  JSWolf 07-12-2007, 04:14 PM
I'll need to fix that. I stared editing it in BD and then saved it back out and didn't notice the bit put in by BD. Thanks for catching that.
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#10  Dr. Drib 07-12-2007, 05:36 PM
Quote JSWolf
I'll need to fix that. I stared editing it in BD and then saved it back out and didn't notice the bit put in by BD. Thanks for catching that.
What I'm trying to say is that the chapter headings IN the text were not underlined, but they were active links -- that's what I seem to remember. ----- on an earlier version.

However, on this current version, it's the TOC that is not underlined.

Does that makes sense?

(Now I'm beginning to doubt myself!!!
hahahah

Don
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