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Old 03-31-2011, 08:52 PM   #16
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I'm in the minimize tags camp and still have them turned off on download. Now that I can create a custom genre column and use this column to automatically create collections on my Sony maybe it's time to open the tag flood gates.
I used to be in the "minimize tags" camp myself -- until I realized that the only place I really see them is in Calibre and (annoying as some of them are) they weren't really hurting anything if I just ignored them. I add my own unique tags for Collection generation, but am leaning toward converting them into Genres (because that's what they really are).

But maybe later. I have a couple other more pressing issues to iron out first in order to prep the reader for an upcoming vacation.

Ain't it grand that Calibre can accommodate all our assorted preferences?
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