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Old 12-30-2012, 12:45 PM   #381
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Originally Posted by Rachel View Post
I'm one of e people who keeps my Calibre library in Dropbox. I know what I see is limited to 1000 books, but I'm puzzled about how the most recent are selected. I can only see a few of the books I have uploaded in the past week (It's difficult to check back further). I upload through Calibre, removing DRM, and then convert everything to epub. Do you have any idea what I've done so that I can't see all of them?
This post from Dear Author indicates that Dropbox lacks the ability to sort by date, and recommends an iOS app called Airfile that works with Dropbox to achieve this. I've tried it and it works; however, I have only a small number of files in my Dropbox account (my Calibre library is too large for the amount of free space on my account) so I don't know how well it works for persons with hundreds of files.
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