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Old 04-23-2013, 06:20 AM   #8
chaley
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Originally Posted by filmgal View Post
I'm guessing that this has not been implemented yet? I'm using 0.9.27 64bit and have tried to hide categories from the content server without any luck. I tried all three of the formats indicated above in my previous post and none worked.
It works fine for me. If I set the tweak to
Code:
content_server_will_display = ['*']
content_server_wont_display = ['@foo bar']
then my user category "foo bar" is not displayed. If I set it to
Code:
content_server_will_display = ['*']
content_server_wont_display = []
then it is. Using calibre 0.9.27/64 on Win7.

Are you remembering both to restart calibre and to refresh your browser?

Edit: also be sure that the spelling and the letter case used in the tweak exactly matches the user category name.

Last edited by chaley; 04-23-2013 at 06:49 AM. Reason: add more info
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