I think this is my last formatting issue with mobi.
Apparently, the system creates chapter titles automatically by taking the names from folders. If possible, I would like something different.
My chapter titles are jpg files with artwork. How can I use them?
I understand that I may have to use my own Table of Contents. Can I build links into that TOC?
You can turn off the standard chapter titles via the “Formatting” pane, for a start (the “Level Settings…” add the “Chapter [number]” too). Then, you would need to insert your JPG chapter titles at the start of each chapter manually. I recommend placing them inside the folder text - select a chapter folder and switch to text mode by turning off the corkboard, scrivenings or outliner (e.g. if the corkboard is selected, click on the corkboard button to deselect it). Then drop your image file inside the text of the folder and centre it. You’ll also need to set the “Formatting” pane of Compile to include the text of folders, so that the images get included.
Hope that helps.
All the best,
Yes, Thank you very much.
I notice that on Kindle iPad and Kindle iPhone, the Chapter headings are shifted to the left. Can this be corrected?
Try ticking “Compile As-Is” for these folders - if you have things set up to override formatting, that may be pushing these images to be left-aligned.
Everything looks very good. I do notice that the log still says “No Page map found in book”. Does this matter?
Is the table of contents in the Kindle Previewer looking fine? (Not the linked table of contents in the book itself, but the one you access by clicking the button in the Previewer toolbar.) If that’s working okay, then everything should be fine - although I’m not sure why it would generate that warning for this particular file.
All the best,
Yes, it looks fine and works.
For the Kindle Fire Previewer, the word “untitled” is at the very top of several pages. Can it be deleted?