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Old 10-06-2010, 02:47 PM   #12
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This line indicates that a book showed up that wasn't there the last time calibre connected. Is this reasonable/expected?
On device or in Calibre. There was nothing new on the device. In Calibre, yes, possible.

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The six seconds from when it finished getting books to this sync is somewhat disturbing. What is your metadata management setting?
Where would I find this? I poked around without much success. Running Vista 64, if it matters.

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Would you consider running with debug on for a while, as a matter of course? I would like to understand where the time differences come from, and you might catch one. No urgency, really.
Sure, but I don't connect very often. I keep just what I might want to read on the device and only connect when I need to add a new book. I could do a few unnecessary connections, now and again. How long would I run it on debug?
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