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Old 09-12-2010, 08:46 PM   #1
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I am cleaning up some of my older PDF files that I loaded into Calibre a long time ago. In some cases I am just fixing the PDF's, in others I am changing to epub format. The creation date on these books is quite old. When I look at my list of new additions that I want to download to my ereader I would like these "updated" books to show up also. Is there a way to use a "last modified" date instead of the "creation" date? If not, consider it a request for a future release.

As always, thanks for an outstanding program.........Jackie
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Old 09-12-2010, 11:16 PM   #2
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I am cleaning up some of my older PDF files that I loaded into Calibre a long time ago. In some cases I am just fixing the PDF's, in others I am changing to epub format. The creation date on these books is quite old. When I look at my list of new additions that I want to download to my ereader I would like these "updated" books to show up also. Is there a way to use a "last modified" date instead of the "creation" date? If not, consider it a request for a future release.

As always, thanks for an outstanding program.........Jackie
I use a custom date field, "last edited" (Cuz I am tweaking the epub from the original conversion). wich sould work easier than a tag that needs to clear when the next set of updates happen.

Kovid did add: Show the date time (FILE System) modified if you "hover" over a format in the Meta-data editor
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