multiLibrary
multiLibrary
4.2.1

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multiLibrary

4.2.1
16 November 2019

Database for organizing one or more libraries (was PicoLib).

Overview

multiLibrary (was PicoLib) is a easy-to-use and versatile database for organizing one or more libraries. By 'library' one should understand 'Collection of...': in fact you can customize the predefined labels (Name, Title, Volume, Editor etc.) so that they reflect the kind of collection you wish to built; for instance, for your collection of CDs, labels could be set to: Composer, Title, Conductor, Genre, etc.; for a store, labels could be set to: Product, Category, Manufacturer, Price etc.; for a hostel: Surname/Name, Address, Date of Entry, Room Number, Guardian, Fee etc.; and so on and so forth.

  • Number of records recordable: no limit
  • Quick find / Advanced find / Replace functions
  • Data-protection by password and/or encryption
  • Data-export/import supported
  • Several printing options available

What's new in multiLibrary

Version 4.2.1:
  • Addressed one issue by which, in the Preferences of the app, some functions could compromise the work-flow of the app.

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1 multiLibrary Reviews

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Nick-Lo
13 June 2009

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While I can see the connection between this software and its namesake "Pico della Mirandola", the name has already been used in a well known piece of software: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pico_(text_editor) This seems an odd thing to do after the mocking the same developers other software got: http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/30526/majordomo For also using an already established name: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Majordomo_(software) The developer REALLY needs to Google before deciding on names. It's ridiculous to use existing and well known names like this.
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Version 3.0.2
Nick-Lo
13 June 2009
While I can see the connection between this software and its namesake "Pico della Mirandola", the name has already been used in a well known piece of software: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pico_(text_editor) This seems an odd thing to do after the mocking the same developers other software got: http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/30526/majordomo For also using an already established name: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Majordomo_(software) The developer REALLY needs to Google before deciding on names. It's ridiculous to use existing and well known names like this.
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Version 3.0.2
3 answer(s)
Chin
Chin
19 March 2011
Hmmm ... but me thinking that Pico and PicoLib ist sufficient different to not confound these two programs. Just my two cents.
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Nick-Lo
Nick-Lo
19 March 2011
@Chin You are correct, PicoLib is sufficiently different, however you may not have noticed in the current description of this application it says "PicoLib (formerly known as Pico)". My original comment above was written in mid 2009 when the developers had two applications called "Pico" and "Majordomo" which obviously clashed with well-known existing software. The developers have since updated their names to PicoLib and Majordomo4U.
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Chin
Chin
19 March 2011
Ah! You are right, I indeed didn't noticed neither the date of your comment nor the fact, the app was named "Pico" in the past. Sorry for the noise ...
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