What is this about?
Amazing Kindly Clipper is a free tool created to make Amazon Kindle user’s life easier. Essentially, it is a parser that organises the highlights, notes, and bookmarks from ‘My Clippings.txt’, letting you sort, search and filter your clippings, with exporting capabilities to CSV, TXT and HTML. Available here for Windows.
How to use Amazing Kindly Clipper
Detailed instructions here, or in README.txt (included in the zipped files).
Note: If you had any other previous version make sure to uninstall it prior to installing 0.4.
Fixes, changes and new features
- Improved tagging of unknown books/authors.
- Greatly improved date and time recognition.
- Changed theme.
- Extended results table text wrapping to Author and Book columns.
- Other minor optimisations and bugfixes.
Known issues and limitations
- Compatibility still limited to English and Spanish languages.
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