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Old 12-02-2010, 11:00 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by dujik View Post
I tried it and its not working but probably because i`m not doing it right so let me ask you this;
Will your program work if i dont use calibre in any way and i named files as i want.
So for example i put two random books in the same folder x:/documents/ebook/
How do i achieve to collection "ebook" appear on my DX with two books under it
Is the file name crucial?
Please just dont mention Calibre in your answer, thanks.
The program does not require Calibre at all, it simply builds off the directory structure you've created on your Kindle (Calibre just makes those directories if you use it.) You can create any directories you want and the program won't know the difference between that and Calibre-generated folders.

Having said that, where are you running the program from? I just want to make sure you have it in the correct location, which is the root directory of your Kindle. Just put it on the Kindle and run it from there (it uses relative pathing and so needs that as its starting location.)

If that doesn't work, is you collections.json file in the system folder? If not, where is it? Does the program crash or give you an error? Does AKC simply not make changes to your collections, with your previous collections staying as they were, or does it wipe those out and leave you with none?
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