Version 0.9.30 of the eBook reader and management software Calibre was announced on May 10, marking a milestone for this amazing software.
The development of Calibre is going smoothly and less bugs and fixes remain with each edition. Even if it's still pretty far off from a 1.0 release, Calibre can be considered stable.
The biggest feature introduced in this version is a fix for the Kobo driver, but all in all, this is one of the smallest releases in a while.
Highlights of Calibre 0.9.30:
• Support has been added for showing 'Archived' books on the Kobo device;
• The supported firmware version for Kobo devices is now 2.5.3;
• A driver for Blackberry 9790 has been added;
• A tweak has been added to turn off the highlighting of the book count, when using a virtual library (Preferences->Tweaks);
• A button has been added to clear the viewer search history, in the viewer Preferences;
• Keyboard shortcuts have been added to clear the virtual Library and the additional restriction (Ctrl+Esc and Alt+Esc). Users can now press Shift+Esc to bring the keyboard focus back to the book list.
• A bug that rendered Calibre unable to read the SD card on Linux has been fixed;
• A regression that broke searching for terms containing a quote mark has been corrected;
• A regression that broke conversion of txt files when no input encoding is specified has been fixed;
• When the user is pressing Ctrl+Home/End, Calibre will preserve the horizontal scroll position in the book list.
Keep in mind that if you want to compile the software yourself, you will need GLIBC 2.10 or higher, and xdg-utils and python ≥ 2.6 installed (3.x will not work). More details about the required dependencies can be found on the official website.
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