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Old 05-22-2011, 06:17 AM   #56
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Hi Kiwidude,

An interesting error:
I did a bit compare and found these duplicates:


The interesting part is, I had 500 duplicates. I selected every first one and deleted them (it's bit, so true-duplicate).
When I found these duplicates, I got curious because of the many dups. I did see the different size of books and did an external duplicate check.
It occurred that only the epubs are duplicates.

Is there a way to tell the user there is no complete match on all formats, or to show which formats are dups?

Some cases with (by me) desired output (assume same type is duplicate):
Book A - txt
Book A - txt, epub
Book A - epub

return on dupcheck:
Book A - txt
Book A - txt, epub - 50% match
Book A - epub

return on dupcheck of txt files:
Book A - txt
Book A - txt, epub - 50% match

So, when 100% dup, no extra info needed, otherwise there is more info
An other option could be to create several filters:
marked:complete_duplicate_group_x
markedartial_duplicate_group_x
marked:all_duplicate_group_x
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