Several people have advised me to stick to unstructured Frame for my
project, so I’ll comply.
To recap: To start my project I used the new Frame 12 templates by
Bernard Aschwanden for unstructured "user manual" because I wanted to
learn about how to use Frame in new ways (I had just upgraded from v8).
I then built a Frame book for my two crime fiction novellas which
generates TOC and publishes to pdf just fine.
Originally when I published to epub the chapters came out in a bizarre
order, so I thought that the underlying Frame book structure was somehow
"not coming through" to the epub—this is why I thought I had to move to
structured Frame. Now onwards.
Today, the Publish ePub successfully completes. Looking at the ebook in
Sigil (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sigil_%28application%29) the TOC is
completely screwy. Sigil has three panels: files in book, display of
selected file contents, and TOC. Clicking on any entry in the TOC
produces the error "File x does not exist", where x is the fm book
component file name.
There is also one CSS per file in book, so about 30 of them.
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