Calibre is a complete e-book library manager that lets you totally organize your collection. With Calibre you can convert your books to multiple formats, and then sync with all of your devices.
KEY FEATURES INCLUDE:
- Library management. Calibre keeps things orderly by creating single entries for books, which contain multiple formats. Calibre also adds tags and comments for better searching.
- Format conversion. Calibre's varied conversion options give you support for a wide variety of file formats.
- File syncing. Calibre's device drivers will support all of the top devices and e- readers.
Overall, Calibre is a free and open source e-book library management application which covers all aspects of library management, e-book conversion, e-book syncing, e-book viewing and e-book editing for the major e-book formats. The user interface is easy to understand and the application is relatively lightweight.
Book list: Allow changing the font used for any column to bold and/or italic by right clicking on the column header and choosing 'Change font style'.
Note that this setting is per-library so it has to be done once for the book list in every calibre library.
fetch-ebook-metadata.exe: Allow specifying identifiers other than just ISBN
Amazon metadata download: Add support for Amazon Australia (can be configured via Preferences->Metadata download->customize the amazon metadata source)
Table of Contents Edit tool: When generating from XPath's add a checkbox to control if duplicate entries at the same level are added or not.
Edit book: Allow disabling the popup to show changes after running the Fix HTML and Beautify all files tools.
DOCX Input: Fix figures in newer Word documents being duplicated.
Content server: Disable offline access if application cache is not available, rather than failing.
DOCX Output: Workaround for broken CSS that uses -o-pre-wrap for the white-space property
Metadata download: Remove the option to lookup first edition dates as the service used to get the data no longer exists
Improved news sources
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