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Old 09-04-2012, 09:22 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by Berzelius View Post
1) When I set up the Saved Searches I had to leave them in the form such as tags:"=Non-Fiction", which, after saving, appeared as tags:=Non-Fiction in the Restriction box. I noticed that your examples did not have the tags=: bit. I am using Ver 0.8.67 of Calibre.
When you save you can name the saved search anything you want, see attached.

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2) It seemed to me that using the Saved Searches box gave exactly the same results as using the Restrictions box in selecting a virtual library. Am I missing something?
A saved search views a subset of an existing library. Using that same saved search as a restriction and the saved search becomes its own virtual library. It is no longer a subset and anything you do is limited to this group. Note the difference in the Tag browser numbers and the total books in the library.
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