I'm getting exactly the same error. Anyone have any suggestions?
Hello all, I have "tickled" this bug for over a million times. It usually can be bypassed by exporting the document to .inx File->Export and select InDesign Interchange. And I say usually because today it just hit in an inx file. But for you, I have exported over 30000 files and almost half of them had that same problem.
But if anyone has heard a way to bypass the problem even in inx, please post..
that's the same "undefined is not an object" exporting from IDCS4 to digital editions with reference to TOCs. If you check the TOC exporting you get this error... If you don't check the TOC there's no problem. I tried in many ways to define the TOC styles but I'm always getting the same error. Any suggestions?
I've got the power!
InDesign CS4 does not recognize the nested paragraph styles in your document. So if you try to realize a TOC you have to move the styles involved from the nested level to the first one. You'll find no problems to export in Digital Editions in this way. Ciao!
I'm getting this error "undefined is not an object" and can't get past it.
What do you mean by "nested paragraph styles in your document"? How do I find these in my document?
I went to all the Paragraph Styles Options -> Drop Caps and Nested Styles that I've defined im my doc and none of them have these (Drop Caps and Nested Styles) configs. Is this what you refer to?
Ok, I've got the power too.
I wen´t to the Paragraph Style window and moved all my items to the root and removed all the Style Groups. Now I can export to Digital Editions with TOC.
Are your links all up to date?
Thanks to all who directed looking at the paragraph styles! I was struggling with the same 'undefined is not an object' issue, but I had some styles migrated from Word that were 'linked,' and when I unlinked them through the paragraph styles menu, it worked great.
Actually it wasn't quite that simple, thought it had exported as html, but it haden't. The solution ended up being after managing the styles, to export as an IDML, then open that file and export for DW (I'm in CS5).