Changes in Library

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  1. Denis4x4

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    In the not to distant past, the Library format made some changes that are confusing. I’m on my second iPad mini and have over 300 books in my library. However, when I’m looking at the book selections, it no longer has the “read” in place of the price on books I already have. I have to admit that I now get the preview if in doubt and think I’ve already purchased the title....have more than a few duplicates
     
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    Is this the Apple Books app? (used to be iBooks)

    What version of iOS are you running?

    The current version of Apple Books should only give you a price/read lable if you are browsing in the iBook Store tab.

    In my experience the Library tab only shows you and cloud icon (if the book needs to be downloaded), a percentage showing how much of the book you have read, or a ‘new’ label if you haven’t opened the book yet.

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    12.1.3 os...actually, I have over 600 books and not all of them will show up with the read or updated in place of the price.
     
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    Not all of them show up period, or not all 600 of them have the read or price tag?

    If possible, could you post a screenshot? Be sure to edit out any personal info or other stuff you don’t want to share with the world.

    Here is what my Library tab looks like in List view. I wan’t to compair it with what you are seeing. Even though I’m using a 12.9” iPad Pro, the view should not look entirely dissimilar.

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