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Old Feb 5, 2013, 12:45 PM   #1
JoeFkling
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iTunes 11 Books View

I am currently using Calibre to organize most if not all of my eBooks. I have lots of DRM free eBooks and when ready to read them I will send them to iTunes. Now each of the files has full Metadata attached (Author, title, category, description, etc, etc, etc) and it seems to transfer to iTunes just fine.

So my question is, is there a way to show the description and cover as you would when viewing a movies info? No pictures as I am at work and cant screenshot, but when in Movies view or TV show view, I can click on the cover and the box drops down to show the cover on the right and all the info on the movie. Director, actor, description, etc. So, is there a way to do that in books? I can get the same view without the info drop down.

If this doesnt make sense, I can do screenshots tonight when I get home.
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