Calibre 2.22 now available for download
The cre creator of Calibre, Kovid Goyal, has announced the avail availability of Calibre 2.22 for download. The new relea release of this open source e-book library manager for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows o operating systems introduces a number of new features, as well as multiple bug fixes.
Calibre 2.22 allows users to expand the editor widget when editing data in the Book List component in order to use all the available width. Users can also restore opened files, as well as the position of the text cursor when reopening previously edited books. And there is support for adding weeks, days, years and months in the advanced search builder.
Calibre 2.22 also supports updating of metadata in DOCX files, adds support for intra-document cross-references in the ODT input, makes the Amazon metadata download functionality faster, and repairs wrong ASCII control characters encoding as well as strange Chinese characters in the ToC (Table of Contents) and metadata strings. It addresses some issues in the Manage Authors dialogue box, which caused the current Book List search to be cleared.
The new version has repaired an issue in the Amazon metadata download functionality. Another issue fixed in the new Calibre version is regression in the previous Calibre version 2.21, which caused the conversion process to fail when using books that had an invalid pseudo-class CSS selector.
Besides, the Open Publication Distribution System (OPDS) categories have been patched to display books for composite column categories even if the respective column includes a colon, an error has been fixed when scanning default applications on the Microsoft Windows OS for various file types, some Preview