Calibre 2.45 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 now enables users to customize the text that appears under the covers with a template in Preferences->Look & Feel->Cover browser
Calibre 2.45 changelog
- When sending books without a cover to the device, generate a cover with book metadata instead of using the blank book icon
- Preferenes->Add your own columns: Show more information about existing columns
- PDF Output: Handle input documents with fonts that do not have either postscript or full name information.
- DOCX Input: Handle numbering styles that use non-decimal number formats and custom templates.
- Allow restoring of corrupted library to work even if the metadata.db file is missing from the library folder
- Bulk metadata dialog: Fix renaming a custom series via search and replace causing the series index to be reset to 1.
- Bulk metadata dialog: Fix search and replace not working for text like custom columns if the column contains only a single value.
- Content server: Fix next and previous links not working in the mobile view when using a search query that includes url unsafe characters.
- Update Amazon metadata download plugin to handle amazon.com website change that was preventing any metadata from being downloaded
- Edit Book: Fix error when trying to add words to user dictionary for a book with a language that has no dictionary available.
- Tag browser: Fix various bugs in how grouped search terms are displayed. Also fix counts and average rating for items in user categories
- When using copy to library also create missing composite columns in the destination library.
Improved news sources
- The Guardian and The Observer
Install Calibre 2.45 on Ubuntu OS
sudo -v && wget -nv -O- https://raw.githubusercontent.com/kovidgoyal/calibre/master/setup/linux-installer.py | sudo python -c "import sys; main=lambda:sys.stderr.write('Download failedn'); exec(sys.stdin.read()); main()"comments powered by Disqus