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Old 02-27-2009, 01:36 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by Emmanuel
- rename the files according to a certain ruleset (for example Authors_name__Book_title.Filetype or Book_title__Authors_name.Filetype depending on the users choice)
Short answer, not going to happen. Long answer, the filename format is used internally and allowing user modifiable names would cause a loss in functionality. Also, it would be a lot of work to make this change.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Emmanuel
- use the already existing directory structure from calibre, ie:

Author
Title
Book Files

and News files might then go into a dedicated News/ directory to regroup
them
That's a pretty good idea. If people like and want it I'll change how the Cybook driver puts files on the device.


In the mean time Calibre does support putting files onto the Cybook in user defined directories via Send to Device. It's implemented though a tag. The first tag driver finds that starts with / is used as the path. Every subsequent / in the tag is treated as a directory separator. So, you have a tag /Classics/Twain . When you send the ebook to the Cybook it will be put in eBooks/Classics/Twain.
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