Thread: Calibre Speedup
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Old 10-12-2012, 10:32 PM   #8
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Originally Posted by BetterRed View Post
Yeah, well as Mandy said - 'They would say that, wouldn't they'.
Yeah, I wondered that too, some of them would blame OS X for broken symlinks that they broke themselves. But I'm not sure that accounts for all of it.

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Re performance settings : I often have other heavy duty things going on - Matlab models, software builds, video conversions. When I do a bulk operations in Calibre I am happy to go away and do something else, read newsfeeds, debug code, watch stock tickers - have lunch. If the Calibre job takes 20 minutes rather than 10 that's cool, there's always another fish to fry
I usually don't have any other cpu intensive processes running at the same time as calibre.

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A couple of days ago I discovered that Word has keyboard shortcuts for ellipsis and em - I've been using Word for 20+ years - I'm a slow learner

BR
I've been using Word 20+ years too and I didn't know that.
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