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Old 08-20-2011, 08:46 AM   #4
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Wow, thanks for your reply.

About 2). Confirmed. I've just used eng instead of "English" and spa instead of "Spanish; Castilian" within #original_language and it perfectly works.

But with this situation, it would be really nice if you could add a new possible "Languages"-type column in the "Add your own columns" section. I mean from a plain user point of view, it's quite odd storing eng, spa, or whatever other needed code.
Authors<->Books are Numbers assigned to Authors (names)
Series<->Books are Numbers assigned to Series (names)
Calibre has dozens of tables with key links

Relational DB's use keys for linkages. What you see on the screen is a very flattened view of your data and not a Flatfile like people make with Excel
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