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Old 01-22-2010, 03:32 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by slantybard View Post
For example, when I convert my books, I always put a tag in showing which version of calibre coverted it so when I have poor conversions I can see which version of calibre I used and whether reconverting it would be worthwhile or whether I have to play with the file specifically. Thus, I end up with collections like "612, 613, 614, etc" on the reader which is not useful.
Instead of a tag for version tracking you might want to insert that info into the comment section of the metadata. Then when you convert a book check the "Insert the book metadata at the start of the book." option under structure detection. This will place the metadata info as the first page in your book following the cover.

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So, is there any way to micromanage the collections or is this something that would not be used by many here?
I don't see myself using this feature.

But if it existed who knows I might end up being a big user of it.
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