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As part of one of my recent ePub customization projects, the editors wanted to include a graphic in-text table of contents, in addition to the NCX table of contents that you can access at will; they a...
Answered by Alejandro Ramirez : May 14 2011 11:17 AM
I use the Good Reader app, you can download eBooks from URLs (i.e. when you purchase from O'Reilly). It also integrates with Safari and when you open a PDF on the browser it gives you the choice t... full answer >
The common way to add a book purchased outside of the iBooks store is to add it to the library and sync it to your iPhone/iPad. But what happens when the publisher releases an updated book? How do y...
Answered by Sandman101 : Nov 22 2010 07:52 AM
We actually rectified this image problem on Friday. If you go to your oreilly.com account media page and redownload the PDF, you should get a revised file that works on iBooks on the iPad.
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Last week, @OReillyMedia received a tweet from an ebook bundle customer that piqued my interest:
QuoteIf I get an updated ePub book from @OReillyMedia, how do I get iTunes to update it without creati...
Answered by msilver : Apr 08 2010 06:46 AM
If the books exist on your computer and not just on your iPhone, it's just as easy as adding songs to your iTunes library and then to your iPad.
If you only have them on your iPhone, I know that... full answer >
Answered by macslocum : Apr 07 2010 08:23 AM
What an awesome idea!
I wish the iPad had voice command functionality across the board. But as far as I can tell, that's not currently available. The good news is that the hardware is in pla... full answer >