Reposting from a day or two ago, with an update:
Since the markup is really inconsistent and I can't into programming, these are being done manually.
Don't know of a way to bulk update fields in Anki without screwing with schedule data so here is a spreadsheet you can copy/paste from, with pastebin link to the CSS, if you are interested in altering your deck and making it a little more flexible. I'm looking to finish off the remaining tables over the weekend.https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1QM2mwLf5Ot5_rZye4bsCsCKtsSWdCcjZCD3cMy7Q0bg/edit?usp=sharing
If the Notes ever get completely updated to text, I'd like to mock up a simply replacement web version of the books similar to the old one a while ago. That could be really useful. Without the Notes there isn't much point, though.
I'm about a dozen concepts away from having the Intermediate volume tables fully updated/simplified, which will bring it up to having the Basic and Intermediate volume concept tables updates, with the Advanced volume remaining. For a visual representation of what I'm going on about, here is a large image with a side by side comparison: https://a.uguu.se/8BcFoCO1mrhA_tableexample.png
On the left is the updated version. The styling it is using can be found here:http://pastebin.com/QP92xyZX
and on the right is the up till current original version of the tables as they are found in the DoJG Anki deck. As you can see on the surface they are seemingly very little but if you notice the underlying markup, the original is a complete mess of text markup as a result of them being created in Microsoft Word.