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Old 07-11-2017, 09:13 PM   #313
davidfor
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Originally Posted by CmplxAdSys View Post
Two questions about the annotations plugin I've searched for but haven't found answers to:

1) Is it possible to modify the CSS in "modify appearance" to include "chapter progress" in the annotations that are pulled from a Kobo? I know the experimental annotation pull built into Calibre does this, but I'm curious if the Annotations plugin can do so as well. It'd be useful.
Hmm, I would have said it already did this. I'll check what's happening when I get home tonight.
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2) Is it possible to text-search the annotations so that you can find a specific word highlighted in the custom annotations column, like how most word processors' "find" function behaves? I know that there are two ways to find books with annotations that have a specific word: by doing a custom column search in Calibre's main search window, and by using "find annotations" for the Annotations plugin. But neither of these quite behave as I'd like; they do find books whose annotations contain the search term, but then I have to manually go to the custom column and scroll through it all to find the word manually, or copy-paste the entire contents of the annotations column into a word processor, and search for the word again.
Sorry, there isn't a way to do this in calibre.
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