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eKitaab is an eBook Catalog Manager to manage large collections of ebooks. eKitaab is not an eBook reader. eKitaab displays a list of all books you have, with their titles, authors, descriptions, and photos of the book covers. It also shows if you have read that book before or not. eKitaab downloads all this information from the Internet, based on the ISBN of the book, or by searching by author or title. eKitaab is designed to be extremely safe for the eBooks; the eBooks themselves are never changed.

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Recent releases

  •  17 Jun 2007 14:35

    Release Notes: This release adds support for Reading Lists, support for adding custom tags (metadata), new right-click options, and a 'Browse' button for selecting directories in the -Preferences and Checkout windows. There are significant changes in the UI. Author has been added as a List on the left. The buttons for Opening and Checkout have been removed; this is covered right-click now. Search is more accurate and works for all fields.

    •  29 Apr 2007 11:29

      Release Notes: An Authors filter was added. A "checkout" feature was added. A split-pane was added in the main window. The project build settings were downgraded so this can be run with Java 1.4 as well, instead of 1.5 and above. A bug was fixed where files from the root folder would not load, only sub-folders would load. The build was corrected to see the proxy and about box changes. Other miscellaneous bugs were fixed.

      •  26 Apr 2007 12:16

        Release Notes: Proxy support, a panel for preferences, and an about box were added. The root folder setting was moved into the Preference dialog.


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