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Old 11-07-2017, 07:44 PM   #1111
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Answering my own problem:
The second problem (error when using "Export all notes in your library") was related to the language of the "My Clippings.txt" file.
I had to change the clip.lua to take into account that the note type and the dates were in Portuguese instead of English.
I am not an expert in lua, so I don't know how I could make it more general to different languages.
It is working fine now.

On the other hand, "Export all notes in this book" is still only creating empty notes on Evernote, I still couldn't fix it.
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Old 11-07-2017, 08:04 PM   #1112
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Should be alright.
Portuguese is the native language of the author(s) of Lua.
Lua should feel right at home.
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Old 11-08-2017, 07:07 AM   #1113
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Am I doing something wrong? Or I am mistaken on expecting that older notes and highlights from the native reader would be exported too?
I don't really know much about the Evernote functionality (nor, for that matter, about Kindle), but unless there is some specific platform integration this wouldn't be the case.
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Old 02-01-2019, 05:35 PM   #1114
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A small thing, but..

Settings for the history display mode can be set in the menu of the file manager - which is very counter-intuitive. History display itself has no drop-down menu, which is counter-intuitive too. I'd like to be able to set lots of properties of the history display, on the menu of the display itself.
In fact, that display could be much more general than just history, if we get a say on what to show in what order. My favourite would be: show all documents, sorted as {favourites, sorted by amount of favour} ++ {partially read, by decreasing percentage read} ++ {unread} ++ {read}. That would help me make progress in finishing books and articles while keeping special important documents at the top.

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Something else: I use Calibre, and have my documents stored under D/{author_sort}/{title}. With many hundreds of articles, this has become quite unwieldy, so I'd like to switch to D/{author_sort[0]}/{author_sort}/{title} - but then I'd really very much like to have all the single-letter folders on one page, in multiple columns / tiled. So the start page would show the full alphabet (plus maybe some extra characters in foreign names), and clicking on one letter would then give me the traditional list view of authors having names starting with that letter. Would it be possible to do that - now, or in a soonish future version?
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Would it be possible to do that - now, or in a soonish future version?
Of course it is.
Here is the public repository of the source:
https://github.com/koreader/koreader


Just follow the usual open source code submission dance -
Clone that repo ...
Make the code changes until it works like you want ...
Push that version of the code to your own (free) repository ...
Submit a pull request to the KOreader project people.
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Most of that would be fairly hard to do though, except maybe for multiple columns (for which there effectively exists example code).

Note that if you like a show all documents type of view you could also look into Plato. It'll only work out if you have good metadata of course (which I do not).
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