Version 0.9.24 of the Ebook reader and management software Calibre was announced on March 22, marking an important milestone for this amazing software.
If you have an e-book reader, the Calibre software is a must-have. It does so many things for the avid reader that it would take a lot of time to just enumerate all the features.
As usual, Calibre comes with some changes and this latest release is full of new features and a lot of smaller fixes.
Highlights of Calibre 0.9.24:
• Auto-generation of Table of Contents entries, from headings and links in the book, is now allowed;
• Saving used settings as presets, that can be loaded easily later, is now allowed;
• Custom columns are now marked when the user is selecting columns in the Preferences;
• Users can set to have Calibre automatically reduce the size of downloaded images, by lowering their quality;
• A regression in the 0.9.23 version that prevented oldest_article from working with some RSS feeds, has been corrected;
• The application now applies :before and :after pseudo CSS selectors correctly;
• The ISBN code was not being provided and it caused the catalog generation to fail;
• Support for CSS stylesheets, that wrap their rules inside an @media rule, has been added;
• Scrolling is now working for books after the 32678'th book, in a large library;
• The bundled Linu libmtp version has been updated;
• The Book details panel is now cleared when the current search returns no matches;
• A regression that broke creation of advanced column coloring rules has been fixed;
• Various news sources have been updated and improved.
A complete changelog can be found in the official announcement. You can also check out our review of Calibre.
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