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Old 12-21-2009, 02:07 PM   #14
mikelv
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Originally Posted by cklammer View Post
Ahem, under Linux/Unix there is theoretically a way to circumvent this by using a symlink to another storage location. It is a geek solution, though, and not in the cards for Window$ users. And it is considered kinda crude.

Just my 0.02$
You are right, but like you said, this is limited to Unix. I'll check again if the storage problem can be solved in another way.

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What I'd love to see is generating meaningful human-readable file names when re-saving epub files via the "save" button. E.g. using the following pattern:

<last name>, <first name> - <title>
Good idea. We already discussed this, but I just forgot to put this on the change list. I add it now.
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