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Old 12-02-2009, 09:06 AM   #4
mikelv
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Originally Posted by readx View Post
To be a little more specific on my request.
It would be nice if EPUBReader could "access a catalog (list of online sources of content). Typically, the catalog offers a number of free titles, which may be hosted by the Reading System vendor and/or other sites."(quote taken from the specs)
If more than one catalog is loaded (feedbooks (sorry for the misspelling) and project gutenberg for excample) you would be able to see if title ABC is avaliable at either site.
And maybe in a later version you could even add a search function.
Thanks for your feedback readx! This is an interesting idea, I'll think about it.
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