Comment 6 for bug 1243670

Is that you GRiker??
Graeme, thanks for replying.
Your note could have been written by me, it's precisely how I came to Calibre.
Managing almost 10k books was simple until mavericks came along.
I've deleted, intentionally, the 1k or so in my reading list in iBooks just trying to get it synch & work the way it once did.
It looks like I'll go back to Bluefire for the work around in the meantime.
Very disappointed at the backward step!!

Cheers
Graham
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> On 25 Oct 2013, at 1:20, Graeme <email address hidden> wrote:
>
> I use Calibre as my main eBook storage tool, but only read on iBooks on
> iPhone/iPad. I think I installed Calibre initially as a means to
> convert books, but realized it had much better organization and storage
> facilities than iTunes provided, so I use it as the default eBook
> library, with iTunes essentially just acting like a slave that punts
> books to the iOS devices. I can work around this in the short term, but
> a solution would be very much appreciated...
>
> Thanks,
> Graeme.
>
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> Title:
> Unable send books to device via tunes /iBooks
>
> Status in calibre: e-book management:
> Confirmed
>
> Bug description:
> Using Mavericks the once simple process is no longer possible, please
> fix
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