Tellico 3.4 released

Robby Stephenson robby at
Mon Mar 15 01:08:41 GMT 2021

Hi everyone,

I've finally pulled things together to release Tellico 3.4 with several new
features, updated data sources, bug fixes and build changes. (Some additional

New Features:
* New data sources for UPCitemdb, TVmaze, and Numista were added.
* Colnect can now be searched for stamp results.
* The Group View can now be sorted by fields other than the title.
* The MultiFetcher data source was improved to “daisy-chain” results from
multiple sources, merging them together. For example, a UPC search with
UPCitemdb could be connected such that the result has additional
information from TMDb.
* Entries can now be filtered using minimum or maximum image size.
* Importing from the Collectorz software family was added.
* Graphical chart reports were added (requires compiling with QtCharts).


* The default toolbar layout for adding new entries to the collection was
finally changed.
* Data sources for Douban, Discogs, MusicBrainz, IGDB, OMDb, TheGamesDB,
and TMDb were updated.
* Overall, the entry updating and merging was also improved to both make a
better search request as well as match existing results more efficiently.
* Batch searching was added for ISBNdb.
* Barcode searching and updating was added to DVDfr, Discogs and
* The AnimeNFO data source was removed.
* PlayStation5 and Xbox Series X were added to the list of default game
* The entry and report templates were improved for mobile layouts.
* A crashing bug on Windows was fixed (Bug 422468).
* The “Filter by Group” command was again improved to better match table
* Tellico will now build against QtWebEngine instead of KHTML, if
available, since KHTML is deprecated.
* Bibtex parsing with the included btparse library is now a compile-time
option, which allows Tellico to build with MSVC.

Many other updates were done to prepare Tellico for the eventual shift to
Qt6 and KDE Frameworks 6, moving away from deprecated classes and methods.
I've tested the build dependencies in several different combinations, so I
expect them to work pretty well, but please let me know if someone shows up

There were some additional improvements in image loading which should speed
things up. As always, *please backup your data file* periodically and
especially when moving to a new version like this. The easiest method is to
export the collection as a Zip file.

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