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Old 08-08-2012, 05:47 PM   #8
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Originally Posted by GRiker View Post
In looking at the template.xhtml file, there is a comment describing how to add the contents of a custom column to the generated jacket.

Follow @dwanthny's instructions in post #2 above, then edit template.xhtml to add the name of the custom column whose contents you want included.

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I appear to be doing something wrong with this but can't figure out what. I copied the two files to a new resources/jacket directory in the calibre configuration directory then edited the template.xhtml file to add the custom column I wanted. It's not showing up though and I don't know why. I put the following piece of code just below where the comments on how to add custom columns appears and right above the code for comments.

<div><b>{_fandom1_label}:</b> {_fandom1}</div>

Is there someplace else I'm supposed to put it?
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