Just yesterday the new Caliber update, The famous cross-platform e-book converter, to his version 2.58. As you know, this application open-source allows you to manage our personal library of ebooks and convert them to various popular formats.
The new version of the program seems to fix some issues found in the previous version and add support with the latest Qt libraries, 5.5 and later, in the case of the Ubuntu operating system. how made more remarkable, If you are a user of this system, you should not hear any flicker in the context menu from now on. List of books.
What you may consider the current best e-book manager continues to improve, and in addition to correcting other bugs reported during the last software release, Caliber 2.57.1, we can mention that in this new edition includes support for the PyQt 5.6 library, The possibility of import terms into user dictionary and is included support for non-ASCII characters within the rules of identifiers.
One has also been added new text search tool which is able to ignore special HTML tags. This function is accessible through the search menu, in Search ignoring HTML tags.
Another new feature that includes Caliber 2.58, albeit in shape exclusive to Mac OS X users, It is in the sopportune for drag-and-drop, Which will allow you to directly view an ebook that is released against the Caliber icon inside the system.
You can access this new version updating your system as usual or downloading the binaries from Caliber’s own website. Here you can also find a more detailed list of changes made to the program for this new version, in case you are curious users.