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Old 10-02-2010, 06:13 AM   #1
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Plugboard, template, and custom composite column recipes

[Edited on 23/Jan/2011]

Several people are doing interesting and useful things with templates, plugboards, and composite fields. This thread is both a request that they share what they have done and a place to put the information.

Suggestions/recipes are summarized below. Don't hesitate to post corrections and useful variants.

Kindle/Kobo

Metadata: Show series - series Index - Title as Title (Kindle/Kobo) (economix)
Spoiler:
I have been playing around with the Metadata plugboards to get the titles on a Kindle 3 to show series information. I used the following template:
format: mobi
device: kindle2
template: {series}{series_index:0>2s| - | - }{title}
destination: title

This works very nicely for books that are part of a series e.g.:
Quote:
A Song of Ice & Fire - 01 - A Game of Thrones
A Song of Ice & Fire - 02 - A Clash of Kings
A Song of Ice & Fire - 03 - A Storm of Swords
A Song of Ice & Fire - 04 - A Feast for Crows

Metadata: Show series [series index] - title as title (Kindle) (Scott Nielsen)
Spoiler:
format: mobi
device: kindle2
template: {series:|| }{series_index:0>2s|[|] - }{title}
destination: title

Metadata: Show author name as Initial and Surname (Kindle) (inspired by brewjono)
Spoiler:
1) Verify author_sort values are Surname, Firstname order.
2) Uncheck 'use author sort' in the mobi output plugin.
3) Create a plugboard
format: mobi
device: kindle2
template: {author_sort:re(\, (.).*?( &|$),\, \1\2)}
destination: authors

Reading/read status custom column (Kindle) (pchrist7, w/ideas from beckywc):
Spoiler:
Extract reading/read status from kindle annotations and show them in a custom column. See this post for details and instructions..


Filename (Save Templates)

Filename: author sort/series/title - version (WinCE/Mobile (Mobipocket))(sweetpea)
Spoiler:
Using a version custom column in filenames
{author_sort}/{series}/{title} - v{#version:0>2s}

Filename: Create file paths grouping authors into [A - D]-like categories (WinCE/Mobile (Mobipocket)) (Sweetpea)
Spoiler:
{author_sort:switch(^[A-D],[A - D],^[E-J],[E - J],^[K-O],[K - O],^[P-T],[P - T],^[U-Z],[U - Z],[Other])}

Filename: Create path based on series index (sweetpea, inspired by Arco Witter)
Spoiler:
If you have a lot of books in a series, and want them in a folder hierarchy like series/00-09/author/title, series/10-19/author/title. You want just author/title if there is no series.
Create a composite column called (for example) #s_index.
Column: #s_dex
Template: {series_index:0>2s}

Save template:
Code:
 {series}{#s_dex:switch(0.,00-09,1.,10-19,2.,20-29,3.,30-39,4.,40-49,5.,50-59,6.,60-69,7.,70-79,8.,80-89,9.,90-99,)|/|/}{author}/{title}


Sony Metadata

Metadata: Show author and title for title (Sony) (Sweetpea)
Spoiler:
format: device-db
device: any device (or PRS505)
template: {authors} - {title}
destination: title

Metadata: Show title [series [series index]] as title, limiting series to 8 letters (Sony) (chaley)
Spoiler:
Put 8 characters of the series plus the series index at the end of the title. The plugboard is:
[CODE]format: device-db
device: PRS505
template: {title}{series:<.8s| [|}{series_index:| [|]]}
destination: title

Metadata: Show series - series index - title, with series as initials (Sony) (inspired by speakingtohe)
Spoiler:
The plugboard is:
format: device-db
device: PRS505
template: {series:re(([^\s])[^\s]+(\s|$),\1)}{series_index:0>2s| - | - }{title}
destination: title

Metadata: Given a yes/no 'Read' custom column, have the collections display Read, Reading, Unread (Sony) (sweetpea)
Spoiler:
Assume that you have a custom yes/no column where you keep whether or not a book is read. Yes means the book is read, No means that the book is being read, and Unknown (empty) means that the book is to be read. This recipe will create a column containing Read/Reading/Unread that can be used to create a collection.

Create a composite custom column, named as you will. In this example we assume that the yes/no column is named #read. The new column's template will be:
template: {#read:switch(Yes,Read,No,Reading,Unread)}
Then put the new composite column's name into the fields to be used for series list in the Sony's device customization.


Apple iDevice Metadata

Metadata: Several examples (Apple devices) (GRiker)
See this post.

General Metadata

Metadata: Put series into the title, using either initials or a shortened form. Strip leading articles from the series name (any) (inspired by Gary_M_Mugford)
Spoiler:
The solution requires creating three composite columns. The first column is used to remove the leading articles. The second is used to compute the 'shorten' form. The third is to compute the 'initials' form. Once you have these columns, the plugboard selects between them. You can hide any or all of the three columns on the library view.

First column:
Code:
Name: #stripped_series. Template: {series:re(^(A|The|An)\s+,)||}
Second column (the shortened form):
Code:
Name: #shortened. Template: {#stripped_series:shorten(4,-,4)}
Third column (the initials form) (Modified/corrected by eschwartz 6/Jan/14):
Code:
Name: #initials. Template: {#stripped_series:re([\s]?([^\s])[^\s]+(\s|$),\1)}
Plugboard expression:
Code:
Template:{#stripped_series:lookup(.\s,#initials,.,#shortened,series)}{series_index:0>2s| [|] }{title}
Destination field: title
This set of fields and plugboard produces:
Series: The Lord of the Rings
Series index: 2
Title: The Two Towers
Output: LotR [02] The Two Towers

Series: Dahak
Series index: 1
Title: Mutineers Moon
Output: Dahak [01] Mutineers Moon

Series: Berserkers
Series Index: 4
Title: Berserker Throne
Output: Bers-kers [04] Berserker Throne

Series: Meg Langslow Mysteries
Series Index: 3
Title: Revenge of the Wrought-Iron Flamingos
Output: MLM [03] Revenge of the Wrought-Iron Flamingos


Common composite custom columns

All the recipes below require the creation of a custom column of type 'Column built from other columns', called a composite column. Creation instructions are under the spoiler.
Spoiler:
1. Go to preferences, Interface (the first row), Add your own columns.
2) Click the green plus sign.
3) Choose a lookup name. This will be the name you use for searching and in templates. It must be letters, all lowercase. Note that when you use the lookup name you must prefix it with a '#' character. Do not enter that character here.
4) Choose a column heading. This is what will appear at the top of the column.
5) Choose a column type. For the recipes below, that type must be 'Column built from other columns'.
6) Enter the template from the recipe into the template box.
7) Press OK, Apply, etc. Restart calibre.

Display the ISBN. Template: {isbn}

Display the formats for a book. Template: {formats}

Display Yes if the book has an EPUB format. Template:{formats:contains(EPUB, Yes,)}

Display the author sort. Template: {author_sort}

Display the title sort. Template: {title_sort}

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Old 10-02-2010, 07:46 AM   #2
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Hi, thanks for implementing this feature.
I have been playing around with the Metadata plugboards to get the titles on a Kindle 3 to show series information. I used the following template:
Quote:
{series} - {series_index:0>2s} - {title}
With title as the destination field. This works very nicely for books that are part of a series e.g.:
Quote:
A Song of Ice & Fire - 01 - A Game of Thrones
A Song of Ice & Fire - 02 - A Clash of Kings
A Song of Ice & Fire - 03 - A Storm of Swords
A Song of Ice & Fire - 04 - A Feast for Crows
Is what shows up in the title field on the Kindle.
However, when a book is sent that is not part of a series, I get a leading - - in the title e.g.:
Quote:
- - To Kill a Mockingbird
I am wondering if there is a way to eliminate the extraneous dashes at the start of the title when there is nothing in the series field. Or alternatively, an easy way to turn the plugboard on and off depending on whether the book being sent is part of a series or not.

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Old 10-02-2010, 07:51 AM   #3
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I am wondering if there is a way to eliminate the extraneous dashes at the start of the title when there is nothing in the series field. Or alternatively, an easy way to turn the plugboard on and off.
Use
Code:
{series}{series_index:0>2s| - | - }{title}
The vertical bars separate the value from leading and trailing text that is added only if the value is not empty.

You might want to take a look at the (new) template tutorial in the manual. There are lots of fun toys.
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Thanks to the plugboard and composite fields, I can now use Calibre for my WinCE/Mobile (Mobipocket) devices.

The filename is made up as;

{author_sort}/{series}/{title} - v{#version:0>2s}

{title} consists of series and index, because the Sony isn't supported by the plugboard. It's not a big deal, as you want the series info with the title anyway, otherwise, ordering by title simply doesn't make any sense.

My plugboard is more interresting:

{#author_title_sort}{#raw:test( - [raw],)} - {title}

is plugged into the title field for PRC and MOBI files.

{#author_title_sort} is a field that looks a bit like {author_sort}, except I don't want the entire first name. Especially on my PDA, where the screenwidth is not too wide, the full name would take too much room.

"Andersen, Hans Christian - Fairy Tales"
vs
"Andersen, H.C. - Fairy Tales"

The {#raw} means I've not checked the book yet and I won't have it in PDF format.

I am working on a save template for my BBMini: it uses these composite fields:

{#folder_name} is a composite field: {#folder_a_t:lookup(#folder_a_t,#u_z)}
{#folder_a_t} is a composite field: {#folder_a_j:lookup(#folder_a_j,#folder_k_t)}
{#folder_k_t} is a composite field: {#k_o:lookup(#k_o,#p_t)}
{#folder_a_j} is a composite field: {#a_e:lookup(#a_e,#f_j)}
{#u_z} is a composite field: {#first_letter:contains([U-Z],[U - Z],)}
{#p_t} is a composite field: {#first_letter:contains([P-T],[P - T],)}
{#k_o} is a compositie field: {#first_letter:contains([K-O],[K - O],)}
{#f_j} is a compositie field: {#first_letter:contains([F-J],[F - J],)}
{#a_e} is a compositie field: {#first_letter:contains([A-E],[A - E],)}
{#first_letter} is a compositie field: {author_sort:.1}

I tried to add them into one, but it gave me an error
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Just curious

Why isn't the SOny supported by the plugboard?

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Why isn't the SOny supported by the plugboard?

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I believe it is... there's a PRS505 device, and from what I could gather from the plugins list, all Sony devices are handled by the same plugin. So, if you use PRS505, it ought to work.
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It is, but not in the way that people might expect.

The plugboard supports changing the metadata for books *in the book*. Sony's don't use the metadata in the books, but instead use the information in the device's database (unless something goes wrong and the database is rebuilt). For lots of reasons, the information in the sony database is built using calibre's metadata, not the book's metadata, so changes made using the plugboard won't be used in the database.

I can change the sony driver to use the plugboard when writing to its database, but the changes are non-trivial. My concern is that any mistake will change existing collection data. My experience to date with that sort of mistake has not been at all pleasant.

Edit: The restriction has been removed. Sony DBs are now fully supported by the plugboard, using the special format 'device_db'.

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Use
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{series}{series_index:0>2s| - | - }{title}
The vertical bars separate the value from leading and trailing text that is added only if the value is not empty.

You might want to take a look at the (new) template tutorial in the manual. There are lots of fun toys.

This works perfectly on the K1 - not on the K3. Is there something else I need to do, or is this something that needs to be added in Calibre itself?
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I am wondering if there is a way to eliminate the extraneous dashes at the start of the title when there is nothing in the series field. Or alternatively, an easy way to turn the plugboard on and off depending on whether the book being sent is part of a series or not.
I don't have a dash between series name and index but other than that, this should accomplish what you are looking for.

{series:|| }{series_index:0>2s|[|] - }{title}
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It worked for me on my K3.

I would like to use a combination though where I reduce the author to last name, initial and the series as above. I didn't understand the hash (#) used by the other poster though.

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Hoping for some further clarification here.

Prefix this with I am using a K3.

Any changes I make to the Preferences > Sending books to devices > Save Template

only affects the Folder and file name structure within the Documents folder of my Kindle ie what I can see when using Windows Explorer,

Any changes I make to the Preferences > Metadata Plugboards

only affects what is displayed on my Kindle screen.

Example: If I include info regarding the series on the send to device template it will include that info in windows exploer but not on the Kindle screen. If I want to display that series data on the actual kindle screen I have to use a Metadata Plugboard.

That all being said does anybody have a suggestion of a plugboard I can use that will display the series as described by chaley

ie {series}{series_index:0>2s| - | - }{title}

and also the shortened author name as described be Sweetpea.

I have been finding that with the full series name, title, and author it obviously doesn't fit on the K3 screen. I did notice that if you hover over it, it shows a second line of text.

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Understandable. And the Sony collection thing is sort of ok.


I am trying to get the plugboard working adequately for my mother's kindle 3 and was hoping to be able to test/do it without actually having the kindle. (I have it now but her birthday is getting close)

My mother is 85 and lives several thousand miles away so her being able to do it herself is problematic.

Using this example
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{series}{series_index:0>2s| - | - }{title}
I get this on the kindle 3
Along Came a Spider - James PattersonAC1.mobi

And this on save to disk and on folder device.
Along Came a Spider - James Patterson.mobi

What am I doing wrong?

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I am trying to get the plugboard working adequately for my mother's kindle 3 and was hoping to be able to test/do it without actually having the kindle.
I don't have your answer but I'm relatively sure you can test out the plug board by using the Connect to Folder option.
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I got an answer on a different board - I should have selected Kindle2 in order for it to work on the K3.

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Doesn't seem to work
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I get this on the kindle 3
Along Came a Spider - James PattersonAC1.mobi

And this on save to disk and on folder device.
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