Calibre 2.31 ebook management released

Calibre 2.31 recently released, is a free and open source e-book library management application developed by users of e-books for users of e-books. This latest release comes with a new feature: E-book viewer: Make the search engine used for searching for selected text configurable (in the Miscellaneous section of the viewer preferences).

Calibre 2.31 changelog

  • E-book viewer: Fix dragging to select text with the mouse causing the page to slide sideways in paged mode, if the mouse leaves the text area.
  • E-book viewer: Fix transitioning between full screen mode and normal mode sometimes causing current position to not be preserved.
  • AZW3 Input: Ignore incorrect text encoding (incorrectly encoded bytes are now replaced by placeholders) instead of erroring out.
  • Get Books: Update Legimi and CDP store plugins for website changes
  • Fix Cybook Nolimbook not being detected in linux and OS X.
  • DOCX Output: Fix internal hyperlinks being ignored when they point to a HTML file whose element has an id.
  • Edit Book: Fix groups in replace template being interpreted backwards when search direction is up
  • Searching: When search as you type is active, do not change automatically change focus to the book list when searching, unless the user presses Enter.
  • Font subsetting: Fix subsetting removing some needed ligatures when subsetting some Arabic fonts
  • Prevent errors when testing email sending even if stderr on the host machine is broken

New news sources

  • Various Ukranian news sources by rpalyvoda

Improved news sources

  • Baltimore Sun
  • El Mercurio Chile
  • Sydney Morning Herald

Install Calibre 2.31 on Ubuntu OS

sudo -v && wget -nv -O- | sudo python -c "import sys; main=lambda:sys.stderr.write('Download failed\n'); exec(; main()"
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