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Old 09-05-2012, 02:25 AM   #14
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Originally Posted by theducks View Post
Your point on Quality is valid, But as you also pointed out, you would take care of that BEFORE adding it to a Library.
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you are right - I did not think that through fully.

the "use custom columns" solution a few posts back ( by BetterRed ) looks good & should satisfy most people.

I use calibre only for reading material,
I don't collect audio books ; I do have a collection of music tuition/playalong books - typically a PDF + a bunch of associated MP3 tracks, but I've never has any desire to put that stuff into calibre -
it goes into my windows 7 music library, with a spare copy of the PDFs in my windows documents library. . both those are very searchable & easy to backup. Music books are not the sort of PDFs that would ever convert well into e-book formats. In most cases I have the physical book + a dodgy downloaded scan ( convenient for printing single pages / displaying on monitor, as I don't want the hassle of scanning my own)

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