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Old 07-18-2013, 12:29 PM   #1537
JimmXinu
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Version 1.7.31 - 18 Jul 2013
  • Additional drag and drop. You can drag and drop story urls, text containing story urls, or even emails (like from Thunderbird) containing story urls onto the FFDL plugin button. And drag and drop existing books in the library onto it for update. It's very similar to how you d-n-d those onto the edit box in the Add dialog, but skips the step of opening the Add dialog first.
  • Smarten Punctuation - FFDL can run the calibre Polish Book's Smarten Punctuation on new and updated epubs automatically. Only on calibre 0.9.39 and newer.
  • sort_ships option: Reorder ships so b/a and c/b/a become a/b and a/b/c. Only separates on '/', so use replace_metadata to change separator first if needed. Something like: ships=>[ ]*(/|&|&)[ ]*=>/ You can use ships_LIST to change the / back to something else if you want.
  • join_string_<entry> option: FFDL list entries are comma separated by default. You can use this to change that. For example, if you want authors separated with ' & ' instead, use join_string_calibre_author:\s&\s. (\s == space)
  • keep_in_order_<entry> options: FFDL sorts list entries by default (except for author/authorUrl/authorId). But if you want to use an extra entry derived from author, it ends up sorted. For example, if you added calibre_author: keep_in_order_calibre_author:true
  • replace_metadata <entry>_LIST options: FFDL replace_metadata lines operate on individual list items for list entries. But now if you want to do a replacement on the joined string for the whole list, you can by using <entry>_LIST. Example, if you added calibre_author: calibre_author_LIST=>^(.{,100}).*$=>\1
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