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Old 02-24-2009, 03:59 PM   #5
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When I added PDFs to the GUI/db, I used a regex from the group and still had to massage some of the meta data.

If I do any2mobi on the command line, that won't put the DB meta data in the mobi files, right?

If I do "calibredb add", will that look like a duplicate entry in the GUI? Or will it be a single entry with two formats? Will it associate the hand-edited meta data in the DB with the new MOBI form?

Thanks
-troy
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