Had a quick look at your prototype. If you have a look at "Digging Deeper > Working with User Tools > Importing to a User Tool > HTML Import to a User Tool" in the doc. you'll see what HTML tags - I'm assuming you're doing an HTML import - are recognized. It will help you get the tool browser (table of contents) working if you have h* tags in the right places as headings will be treated as TOC entries. I don't know if you have hard tabs in it or not but it looks like some indentations in the last page suggest that you might.
Thanx for working on this one. Looks useful.
Thank you for the tips. I took the html files that I extracted from the .epub and opened them in BBedit. I stripped all of the formatting out and obliterated the double spaces that were left as remnants of the OCR process. The only formatting that I *think* is in that sample are multiple spaces in front of the table of contents entries and 4 spaces between the entry and the page number reference. I do not know why long strings that wrap in the User Notes editor on the Mac end up jumping like 20 spaces to the right instead of justifying all of the way to the left. I just downloaded this sample to the new Win10 Boot Camp machine to see what things look like under Windows. I'm only stumped on that line wrap on the mac and how it retains when I view it on the PC.
Maybe I'll take a hex/disk editor to a test file and see if something is amiss. Perhaps my encoding is not correct and there are characters that are causing this. I have one more day off before I have to go back to work. Maybe I can wrangle it by then. I'm actually up into the mid-twenties on the page content on the Mac. I still need to do that TOC you were pointing me to and a bunch of links. This is actually fun. By the time I get done with this, I'll probably have this grammar memorized.
I wonder if Accordance will parse more html/css than they attest to in the Help docs for these User Tools?
This Mac running Windows is an odd beast. I'm stumbling over the key sequences a lot. It runs very well though and I'm actually quite impressed with it thus far.
Back to work on this after I sit in front of the vaporizer for a spell.
Cheers and thanks again,
EDIT** turned right when I meant to turn left. And the dish ran away with the spoon...
Edited by Michael Miles, 30 November 2015 - 10:56 PM.