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Old 05-08-2013, 05:50 AM   #1
Dickie51
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Calibre and problems with annotations on Sony PRS-T2

Hello everybody,

great forum this is, lot's of information and great contributions.

I hope someone has got an answer for my problem.
I have a Sony PRS-T2 and I absolutely loath 'Reader for PC', especially the fact that you can't edit metadata. Therefore I've installed Calibre, what a great program that is! I started editing metadata right away, no more 'Harlan Coben' and 'Coben, Harlan' but just one name and all the books of the same writer together.

Alas, after I've put the books on my e-reader I am getting a problem. It arises when I want to view Notes I've made. As soon as I go to 'Notes' I get an error message and I can't view the Notes I've made. This problem does not arise when putting the books on my reader with 'Reader for PC', but then I've the crappy metadata.

I just want Calibre to work free of problems and enjoy my e-reader. Does maybe anybody here know what the problem is, maybe something with the way Calibre sends the books to my e-reader?
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