On Tue, 30 Sep 2003 23:28:12 +0100, Chris Seaton <chris(a)chrisseaton.com>
gave utterance to the following:
I have enabled numbered headings but I think this
should be bypassed
when the heading is just a single letter (used quite a lot in
alphabetical lists) as it looks quite strange. See
if you have headers
enabled to see what I mean.
Actually, perhaps it would be better to put a colon between the number
and header. "6: F" instead of "6 F", which looks like a school class
I think that what would be good here would be a flag on the TOC code,
which if set in the page would instead generate a horizontal linkbar of
the type A | B | C | D... which is commonly used in such circumstances.
Between two evils always pick the one you haven't tried