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MCS: Scope, Usage, and Tooltips: Version 1.0.14

@laji:

I just uploaded a new version that has "ToolTips" for the 4 fields that were causing you trouble. I also improved the error messages related to using non-supported column names.

I also improved the Original Post by adding a new "Usage" section and a new "Scope" section, the latter from Page 2 of the User Guide.

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Summary: Search Across Multiple Columns Interactively, Collectively and Simultaneously. Designed to provide capabilities not found in standard Calibre, such as comparing multiple columns directly, plus searching across Libraries.

Usage: MCS is designed to do things that Standard Calibre cannot do. If Standard Calibre can do it, then use Standard Calibre.

Example: (#int_cc1 > #int_cc2) AND (title CONTAINS series) in the Current Library.

Example: (#int_cc1 > #int_cc2) AND (title CONTAINS series) in Another Library that is not the Current Library.

Scope: The 8 Standard Columns listed below plus any and all Custom Columns are supported:
  • custom columns (Any) (#........)
  • authors (but 'author' will work too)
  • title
  • series
  • tags
  • publishers
  • comments
  • pubdate (but 'published' will work too)
  • path


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