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Old 03-09-2018, 01:07 AM   #11
davidfor
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Originally Posted by kansaskyle View Post
After you convert a book to kepbub, how do you merge that format into Calibre? If I add the book, Calibre thinks there are two entries for the same book.
Rename the file to just .kepub as the extension. Then select the book in calibre and drop it on the details display of the book. Or open the metadata editor for the book and either drop it on the formats in the top right corner or use the add button there. You will also want to install the Kepub metadata writer and Kepub Metadata reader plugins.

But, as you are using calibre, why not either use the KoboTouchExtended driver to do the conversion on the fly, or use the Kepub output plugin to do the conversion in calibre?
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