||Usefulness restricted to IBList Data Editors.
Copy Product Description from Amazon. Paste values into IBL WEM Manifest edit boxes. Version 1.94
2008-08-13 bugfixes for -08-08(1.92) version
2008-08-08 Amazon changed some of the html internals.
2008-05-05 improved publisher-name matching
2008-04-28 dimension copy/paste may have sometimes failed - fixed
2008-04-15 extra publisher-name match-up testing
2008-03-30 regex date extraction, yet again... amazon was too chaotic/clever for me - now tackled from another angle, hopefully? this particular problem is now solved.
2008-03-23 Found another trap for regex month extract, fixed - again!
2008-03-22 ISBN-13 wasn't being reset on new page load - fixed
2008-01-29 Fixed regex bug r.e. month extraction
2008-03-09 Defaults to isbn-13, fallback to isbn-10
2008-01-29 Fixed intl date capture and a sometime date paste failure.
www.iblist.com Data Editors often have to rely on details from Amazon when entering data into the IBList book database. The tedious aspect for me was always trying to remember the data without swapping constantly to-and-fro trying to ensure I had all the info entered correctly.
In Amazon this script will place a "Copy Product Details" button alongside Amazon's Product Details heading. Press this button to store the details required by the "Add a Manifest" section of a WEM entry.
In IBList's Manifest WEM entry ("Add a Manifest OR "Edit Manifest") section this script will place a "Paste Product Details" button alongside the Manifest header. Press this button after copying the details from Amazon.
The only caveat I have to offer is that you must check that the Publisher name is correct - Amazon & IBList often call the same publisher by -slightly- different names.
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