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Old 01-11-2013, 01:34 AM   #4
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Thanks for your prompt reply Kovid.

That's what I thought - I could see the metadata there in the body of the book, but was wondering if it was also stored elsewhere within the file structure.

Do the conversion logs - specifically the following fields

'title': None,
'authors': None,
'comments': None,
'tags': None,

look OK to you? I only ask because, being a near-Luddite, I have zero idea. I appreciate that the log extract above may be an interim step in the conversion process and thus not mean anything.

I am also talking to the bookpedia people, but the fact that it imports non-Calibre epub files OK suggests that Calibre and Bookpedia have, for some reason, stopped talking to each other.
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