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Old 07-09-2011, 11:40 AM   #4
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Originally Posted by chilady1 View Post
@the ducks: this is derived from Check Library. There are a bunch of .jpg files that are taking up room from when I tried to do the Calibre2OPDs with SugarSync. During that process there were a bunch of .jpgs created and I want to get rid of them. There are a ton - so wanted to see if there was a faster way to delete them then one at a time.

Hope this makes sense.
After Recent accidental user deletes,

deleting things fast in Calibre are not going to simple to do.

(This is a time where having Multiple Monitors is great)
All you can do is open Windows Explorer. Put it in "folder view" (the Icon next to Search) so you see a list of the Author Folders on the Left.
Make the explorer window as narrow as you can work with and see the Calibre error list.

And carefully resolve with the delete key, any extra stuff the check complains about.
Note: You can drag all the bad stuff to another (badstuff) folder in case you need to fix an 'oops' later.
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