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Old 06-06-2010, 04:09 AM   #23
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Curious. I put a test book in my second library that created using the method quoted below. The tag browser seemed to be behaving just fine when I switched between librarys via the Welcome Wizard. The numbers were appropriate for each library.
You are right the tag browser works when you do it this way because it sort of relaunches calibre. Earlier today Kovid told a user to use preferences to change libraries.

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When using the Welcome Wizard to change to different libraries, I'm seeing crashes:
Dont use the welcome wizard to change libraries. Use Preferences.
That might be because the user was having problems via the wizard.

Anyway it looks like you have success! Well done.

Just running Calibre --with-library C:\Calibre_Library_2 (replace C:\Calibre_Library_2 with the directory of your choice) from the command prompt creates an empty library quickly too. Or in the case of Debby's jump list will launch an existing library.
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