Check out Tellico!

Tellico makes it easy to track your books, videos, music, even your wine and anything else. A simple and intuitive interface shows cover images, groupings, and any detail you want. Grab information from many popular Internet sites, including IMDB.com, Amazon.com, and most libraries. More info...

Searching Amazon no longer works for Tellico 1.3.x

Amazon.com has changed their data API to require that all searches be signed with a secret key, unique to each user. Tellico 2.0 for KDE4 supports the new method. However, most older versions (i.e. all versions of Tellico prior to 1.3.6) do not.

A quick backport of the fix was made for Tellico 1.3.6 for KDE3. Most distributions probably won't package it, since they've moved on to KDE4. Find it on the Download Page.

Amazon

No more Amazon search, no usefull french search for books and comics => I leavre tellico

Re: Amazon

Ok

tellico and sorting in numerical order

my brother listed some comics in tellico , and he wanted to now sort the comics in numerical number order. was just wondering how you can sort out the comics that way in the tellico program.

thanks for making such a nice program.

Re: tellico and sorting in numerical order

There'd have to be data in the issue number field. Then you can show the field in the view and click on the header to sort by it.

Customize reports

Hello,
Is it possible to create a custom report? I would like to make one grouped on "Classification"

Thank you for your attention to this request.

Re: Customize reports

If you have the Classification field already created and you're using that group in the view, then try the Group View report. That takes its grouping field from the current one in the view.

You can also create new ones and put them in your .kde/share/apps/tellico/report-templates/ so Tellico finds them.

Thank you

Hello Robby,
Thank you for the reply. It works as you said.

Regards,
Michael