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Old 01-04-2019, 01:51 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by EmilThelonius View Post
And do you know if there is a possibility of scripting adding one to the other? So Is there a possibility to add calibre tags by script within the finder? Could you modify for example the metadata.opf to add tags to calibre?
If you can save the MacOS tags into a CSV file (with title and author) you should be able to read it into the Import List plugin to update book metadata in a calibre library.

To go the other way, you would export the tags into a similar CSV using the Create catalog feature and import it into MacOS, you may need to add the Create catalog feature to a toolbar or menu.

I have no idea how to export the tags from the MacOS file system into a CSV file, not how to import a CSV into the MacOS file system.

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