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  1. I have now added a 4th program to the mix, and decided to place all under the banner of a suite - KindEbook Suite. I believe it will be better served by having its own topic, rather than attempt to edit the first few posts in the old one - KindEbook Wishlist. It is also a chance to de-clutter and make some improvements. MAIN PROGRAM KindEbook Wishlist COMPLIMENTARY PROGRAMS AZWPlug Add Book & All Formats To Calibre UpdateFromOPF Bucket-for-URLs ConvertEbook (now replaced by Batch Ebook Convert if you wish) Redundant where KFX files are concerned.
  2. Only early days at this point, but I have been pondering such a program for a while. As good as calibre is (thank you Kovid Goyal), which is a great and wonderful ebook suite of tools and a fair database, it does have its limitations. One of which, is how it deals with multiple libraries, another is the views you get. CalibBrowser will seek to address those. What CalibBrowser is not going to be, is an editor for existing calibre libraries. That will be left up to calibre, which is very much needed still, and covers many aspects I will never look at. Unlike calibre, which is quite a c
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