how to add half star rating to calibre
# Set r to the value in a float field containing the rating
r = raw_field('#myfloat');
# Return the name of the png that corresponds to the value. The .01 stuff
# is used to avoid having to enter the png name twice, once for less-than
# and once for equals
cmp(r, 1.01, '1-star-rating.png', '', ''),
cmp(r, 2.01, '2-star-rating.png', '', ''),
cmp(r, 3.01, '3-star-rating.png', '', ''),
cmp(r, 3.51, '3-star-plus-rating.png', '', ''),
cmp(r, 4.01, '4-star-rating.png', '', ''),
cmp(r, 4.51, '4-star-plus-rating.png', '', ''),
cmp(r, 5.01, '5-star-rating.png', '', '')
MiniIn Preference / Look and feel / column icons, look at the bottom of the dialog. You will see a button "Add advanced rule" (or something close to that). Tap it and a dialog will open letting you set up the rule type and the rule template. The "program:" bit I supplied is the template.
To explain a bit further, an advanced rule must return the name of the file containing the image to be displayed. If you want more than one image displayed by this one rule, return a list of image names separated by colons. If you want the results of this rule to be composed with other rules (use the results of multiple rules), pick one of the "composed" types.
If you want more than one image displayed by this one rule, return a list of image names separated by colons.
bool b = listOfStrings.Any(myString.Contains);
The problem is that you add a continuous x to a discrete x in the original layer.
create a lookup table
We can transform discrete x by indexing
smooth_data <- ggplot_build(g)$data[] ribbon_data <- ggplot_build(g)$data[]
level <- levels(mdf$Kalenderwoche) clevel <- levels(mdf$variable)
- I set all the animations and transitions to .5x.
- I checked "Force GPU Rendering"
- I also checked "Disable HW overlays.
Under developer options:
So far, the performannce has been on the level of my other Android devices and feels snappy and responsive (Currently own a Nexus 6p and Shield TV)