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Old 01-20-2011, 05:39 PM   #48
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I'm using the first version too - I had the same prob with the second verision and didn't want to use the various "miscellany" collection options in the second version. I'll grab those bat files and post them in a few moments.
As promised, here are the bat files. Just open them in notepad to change them as needed. You can also remove the option to automatically open the log at the end if you want.

They go in the Kindle root with the collections script. Makes things superfast and painless. I just use Calibre to add books, close Calibre, open the Kindle root in Explorer, double click the bat file, wait for it to run then eject and restart.
Attached Files
File Type: bat Rebuild Kindle Collections.bat (399 Bytes, 127 views)
File Type: bat Update Kindle Collections.bat (394 Bytes, 120 views)
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