Cal­i­bre 2.22 now avail­able for down­load

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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

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