Tag: calibre

Upgrade to Calibre 3.31

New features v3.15 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

Upgrade to Calibre 3.15

Today, I upgrade my Calibre to 3.15, which is released on Jan 5. New features v3.15 Browser viewer: Allow customizing what information is displayed in the header and footer areas. Access Preferences from the viewer controls to change. Add support for MTP devices on FreeBSD ToC editor: Add more case changing operations to the right

Upgrade to Calibre 3.7

Now, Calibre is not upgraded every week.  Let me have a look at the new releases. New features of Calibre 3.7 Allow searching for books in a virtual library using a new ‘vl:’ prefix Server: Show file sizes in the tooltips for the download buttons. Server: Reduce the grid view minimum cover thumbnail size from

Upgrade to Calibre 3.0

It is a big upgrade. New version serials, starting 3.x. Calibre 3.0 is released on June 16, 2017. Calibre 2.x is starting almost two years ago. What is New in Calibre 3.0? The new Content server You can start the Content server by clicking the Connect/share button in calibre. Then just open up a browser

Upgrade to Calibre 2.66

This time, I upgrade my Calibre installation to 2.66. It is alway an update every week. I would like to track new features in what’s new. The most exciting features added in past eight updates are following: New Features of v2.66 A simplified calibre logo Edit Book: Allow restricting a search to the files currently

Upgrade to Calibre 2.58

It is almost one year since I posted the update of 2.31 on June 20, 2015. There are a lot of updates during these days.  So I just put the major new features for this period.     Edit Book: A new tool to transform book styling using easy to create rules. [2.53] For example,

Upgrade to Calibre 2.20

New Features of v2.20 ODT Input: Add backlinks for footnotes/endnotes and improve their formatting. Windows: When running on windows 8 and newer register with default programs so that users can more easily select calibre or its viewer/editor as the default program to launch ebook files. Make publishers in the book details panel clickable Edit Book

Upgrade to Calibre 2.0

It is suddenly 2.0 now. I am still using 1.4x.   It has been a year since calibre 1.0 and lots has changed in calibre-land. The biggest new feature is an e-book editor, capable of editing ebooks in both the EPUB and AZW3 (Kindle) formats. Click on the items in the list below to learn

Upgrade to Calibre 1.37 from 1.33

Calibre 64bit has new 1.37 release. New Features of 1.37 Edit Book: Live spell checking in the code view. Now spelling errors are highlighted in the code view for convenient correction as you type. This can be turned off via Preferences->Editor. E-book viewer: When using the tap and hold gesture on a touchscreen, allow lookup

Upgrade to Calibre 1.33 from 1.27

New Features of 1.33 Edit book: Add a tool to check spellings, access it via Tools->Check spelling The calibre book editor now has builtin spellcheck. You can install new dictionaries via Preferences->Editor->Manage spelling dictionaries. It comes with builtin dictionaries for English and Spanish. You can add OpenOffice dictionaries (in .oxt format). The tool checks spellings