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The **ONLY** way to see the exciting conclusion is to use <a href="b.html">this link.</a>
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rdale wrote:Solution two: scramble the order of everything after the first entry. That's how physical "choose your own adventure" books used to work. Also, there are tools for building interactive fiction that might be better suited to obscuring the underlying story chapters. Here's a link to a number of open source tools I found at the top of a google search results page: https://itsfoss.com/create-interactive-fiction/
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Thu Feb 01, 2018 9:58 pm Post
kewms wrote:Well, presumably a reader who chooses a non-linear story has some willingness to "play along" with the trope and not put effort into circumventing it. So the mechanism doesn't need to be strong enough to withstand a dedicated attack, it just needs to prevent casual or accidental mis-navigation.
Thu Feb 01, 2018 10:02 pm Post
KB wrote:One solution:
Compile to ePub [..] just keep the HTML, CSS and any image files you need for your book.
Thu Feb 01, 2018 10:24 pm Post
AmberV wrote:How about the new feature (ePub3/KF8) that can hide a Section Layout from typical navigation methods and make it only accessible via direct links?
 In the “Settings” tab, click the Hide section in e-book option.
AmberV wrote:I haven’t tested it, but this should work with Kindles as well.
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