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Show full section headings in table of contents #1206

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trwnh opened this issue Jan 7, 2019 · 1 comment

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commented Jan 7, 2019

Describe the feature you'd like

There should be an option to use full section headings and not truncate them.

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Describe the benefits this feature would bring to BookStack users

In a proper table of contents (as can be found in real books), no entries are truncated. The purpose of the table of contents is to provide an outline of a book or document so that a reader can tell at a glance what that work contains. This cannot be done effectively when the contents are not displayed in full.

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I would have done this in CSS by adjusting the word wrapping and overflow options, but it seems that the truncated headings are inserted directly with scripts rather than being styled with CSS, so I can't override this with styling alone.

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commented Jun 16, 2019

Thanks for the suggestion @trwnh.
This is now in master, ready for the next release. Up to 100 characters will be put on the front end (Limit just in-case a parsing error occurs).

To prevent the ellipsing, you'll be able to override the limit-text class.

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