[bksvol-discuss] Re: Searching

Hi Gary,
 
If you know one title either submitted or proofread by a particular person,
you can find the complete list of books either submitted or proofread by
that person.  For example, if you know that you submitted a book called
"Purple Paradise", you could put that title into the title field on the
advanced search page.  When you find the book in the list of results offered
to you, and go to that book's information page, it will tell you who
submitted and who proofread the book.  If you hit enter on the name of the
submitter, in this case, yourself, you'll see a list of everything you have
submitted that is in the collection.  If you hit enter on the name of the
proofreader, you will get a list of everything that person has proofread
that is in the collection.  If you want to know what books a particular
person has scanned, you need to know one title in that list.  If you want a
list of all books proofread by a particular person, you can get that list,
but you need to know one title to get that list.
 
Sorry, that was really a rambly explanation.  Hope it is clear.
 
Mayrie
 
 

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Subject: [bksvol-discuss] Searching


Any way to search for books done by a particular scanner or proofer?
Thanks.
 

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