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MOBI table of contents broken in Buckram updated themes #539

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mcgratay opened this issue May 3, 2019 · 1 comment

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commented May 3, 2019

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Chapters and other links on the MOBI table of contents cannot be clicked on books that have a Buckram theme applied. These files get rejected from KDP.

Example: https://carmenmobitoc.textopress.com/

Steps to Reproduce

  1. Create a new book or access an existing test book
  2. Go to Appearance > Themes and apply an updated Buckram theme (ex: Austen)
  3. Go to Exports and export a MOBI file
  4. Download the MOBI file and view Kindle Previewer
  5. Check table of contents

Expected behavior: Chapters in the table of contents can be clicked to navigate the MOBI ebook.

Actual behavior: Links in the table of contents do not function when certain book themes are activated.

@connerbw connerbw added the Medium - 5 label May 8, 2019

@connerbw connerbw added this to To do in Sprint: May 13 - 24 via automation May 8, 2019

@connerbw connerbw moved this from To do to In progress in Sprint: May 13 - 24 May 14, 2019

@connerbw connerbw self-assigned this May 14, 2019

@connerbw connerbw closed this in 075b4b3 May 14, 2019

@connerbw connerbw moved this from In progress to Ready for Testing in Sprint: May 13 - 24 May 14, 2019

@connerbw connerbw assigned mcgratay and unassigned connerbw May 14, 2019

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commented May 15, 2019

Resolved.

@mcgratay mcgratay moved this from Ready for Testing to Done in Sprint: May 13 - 24 May 15, 2019

@mcgratay mcgratay assigned connerbw and unassigned mcgratay May 15, 2019

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