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Old 10-02-2010, 11:29 PM   #11
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Hoping for some further clarification here.

Prefix this with I am using a K3.

Any changes I make to the Preferences > Sending books to devices > Save Template

only affects the Folder and file name structure within the Documents folder of my Kindle ie what I can see when using Windows Explorer,

Any changes I make to the Preferences > Metadata Plugboards

only affects what is displayed on my Kindle screen.

Example: If I include info regarding the series on the send to device template it will include that info in windows exploer but not on the Kindle screen. If I want to display that series data on the actual kindle screen I have to use a Metadata Plugboard.

That all being said does anybody have a suggestion of a plugboard I can use that will display the series as described by chaley

ie {series}{series_index:0>2s| - | - }{title}

and also the shortened author name as described be Sweetpea.

I have been finding that with the full series name, title, and author it obviously doesn't fit on the K3 screen. I did notice that if you hover over it, it shows a second line of text.

Thanks,

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