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Old 04-08-2012, 01:37 AM   #275
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Originally Posted by PepSnick View Post
I didn't have a problem with these books until I did the plugboard, which makes me think there is just some sort of glitch.
I'm going to guess that the only glitch is in your Nook or calibre library. Have you checked the 27 books to ensure their author_sort data is correct in the library?

I do something very similar on my PRS-950 and PRS-505, but I use author_sort instead of author. In addition to the line you have for Destination field: authors in your plugboard, I add the following extra line in the plugboard:

Source Template: {author_sort}{series:|[|}{series_index:0>2s|(|)]}
Destination Field: title_sort

This should allow you to sort by title and get what you want without changing the title.

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Originally Posted by PepSnick View Post
Unless I'm doing something wrong, which I don't think I am, but if I am then it's not an obvious one to me (I'm definitely not any kind of pro at Calibre).
I don't have a Nook, but I suspect the error is somewhere in your data or ereader.

Good Luck.
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