Version 0.9.41 of the eBook reader and management software Calibre was announced on July 27, marking a milestone for this amazing program.
The development of Calibre is going smoothly, and fewer bugs remain with each edition. Even if it's still pretty far off from a 1.0 release, Calibre can be considered stable.
Calibre 0.9.41 is a smaller release than what we’re used to, but the developer still implemented a number of important fixes and a couple of new features.
Highlights of Calibre 0.9.41:
• A button has been added in order to help users clear the current virtual library more easily;
• A driver has been added for Surftab Ventos;
• Users are now allowed to reorder the bookmarks, in the bookmarks manager, by drag and drop;
• The conversion breaking for DOCX files, that uses the heading style paragraphs to insert line rules, has been corrected;
• The last search query is now being fully sanitized in the results page;
• The page margins are no longer being removed if an unused font has been found during the subsetting of embedded fonts;
• Calibre no longer errors out when the PDF input document uses a font that cannot be subsetted, such as the Symbol font;
• A regression that was introduced in the last release, which broke the conversion of a few files with comments just before a chapter start, has been fixed.
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.
Download Calibre 0.9.41 for Mac OS