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Discussion in 'OS X Mavericks (10.9)' started by lewismayell, Jun 10, 2013.
So far all that's been asked for has been granted
Maps as well.
They've dedinitely been reading these forums
Any ideas on what the black/green thing is next to settings?
Activity monitor, it's in utilities
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There is no reason why iBooks shouldn't have been there all along.
The question I have is will you be able to have more than one book open at once on a Mac?
This is useful when you are working on a project and need to jump between multiple references.
My guess is that it is about copy protection. iBooks is the only e-book platform that hasn't been fully hacked.
Now that it will be available on OS X that will probably change. Not that I am advocating that hack.
I feel Apple realized that it was needed in OS X so it was will to sacrifice their copy protection security.
Honest buyers shouldn't be penalized for dishonest people. Personally I do not know anyone breaking the copy protection on their e-books.
Yep, Apple's website says you can have as many as you want open. I just hope it syncs your pdfs and lets you do all the annotation features on them too, not just the epubs. From the website: