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Download Calibre 3.17.0

Calibre for Mac 3.17.0

By Kovid Goyal  (Freeware)
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Calibre for Mac is a complete e-book library manager that lets you totally organize your collection. With Calibre for Mac you can convert your books to multiple formats, and then sync with all of your devices.


  • Library management. Calibre for Mac keeps things orderly by creating single entries for books, which contain multiple formats. Calibre for Mac also adds tags and comments for better searching.
  • Format conversion. Calibre for Mac's varied conversion options give you support for a wide variety of file formats.
  • File syncing. Calibre for Mac's device drivers will support all of the top devices and e-readers.

Requirements: OS X 10.5.2 or later

Title: Calibre 3.17.0
Filename: calibre-3.17.0.dmg
File size: 75.71MB (79,390,250 bytes)
Requirements: Mac OS X
Languages: Multiple languages
License: Freeware
Date added: February 9, 2018
Author: Kovid Goyal
MD5 Checksum: F52F4A0BBC4B3D40A85BD99D10E538D5

New features:
Allow splitting the book list, by right clicking on the column headers and choosing 'Split the book list'. This is useful to 'lock' one or more columns in place so that they are always visible even when scrolling through other columns. Also, the split list has a separate right click menu which you can configure via Preferences->Toolbars and menus.
Store temporary files used by the editor and viewer in the cache directory to try to prevent errors caused by 'file cleaner' programs deleting temporary files still in use.
Bug fixes:
EPUB3 Input: Fix HTML covers and titlepages that are marked using the deprecated <guide> element not being recognized.
Bulk metadata edit: Fix regression in 3.13 that made it impossible to use the Force numbering checkbox for custom series.
Conversion: Fix the valign attribute on <td> tags not being honored.
E-book viewer: Fix the 'Copy' keyboard shortcut/context menu action not working on some Windows systems.
E-book viewer: Make the semi-transparent background for viewing metadata a little more opaque.
New news sources:
Computing by Darko Miletic.
Improved news sources:
New York Times.
Le Devoir.
New Statesman.
London Review of Books.
New York Post.
LWN Weekly.
Associated Press.

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