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Old 11-15-2014, 06:58 PM   #40
DaltonST
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Version 2.8.0 - New "Easy-Add Tags-to-NEWTAG Mappings" to Tag Rules Table feature

New Version 2.8.0 brings you the New "Easy-Add Tags-to-NEWTAG Mappings" to Tag Rules Table feature. This is the companion to Version 2.7.0's "Easy-Add Tags to Purge" to the Tag Rules Table functionality.

Be sure to run the "After Version Upgrade" job on the menu first thing, since this new version adds a new table and a new view.

Enjoy your new free time that Q&S has provided you. I wish I had had this add-on/plug-in starting a few years ago. Since then, I have spent literally a work-year in total hours cleaning my library of trashed out metadata in general, but tags in particular. No longer. I now have Q&S, which I actually wrote for myself, but are glad to share with others who have a little (or a lot?) of OCD when it comes to their valuable Calibre library.

My 'Derive Genres' plug-in was essentially developed for the same reason. I figured if I could derive a good genre for a book using Boolean tag rules, I could then delete all of its tags (the fastest way to clean tags that I know). Now, with Q&S, I can still derive good genres but yet have good tags too.



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n.b. New users (only): you need to download the .jar (that is really a .zip) from the original post, and follow the User Instructions.
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