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Distinguished Scribe
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Registered: ‎12-25-2009
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Bookmark Weirdness

I have a sideloaded EPUB eBook downloaded from a library.  If you bookmark a page, and then turn the page - the next page also has the bookmark symbol in the upper-right-hand corner, but it does not show up in the list of bookmarks accessible via the touchscreen.


It's not causing a problem, but you might want to look into it.


Don't buy from Random House, Macmillan, or Penguin until the agency model is COMPLETELY dead.
Inspired Correspondent
Posts: 187
Registered: ‎02-09-2010
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Re: Bookmark Weirdness

Not to sound like an idiot by asking this question...


Have you tried going forward 10 pages, or back a couple pages to see if it's still there?


When I put a bookmark on a certain page (I never use bookmark, but I decided to see for myself), it will be on two or 3 "Nook pages" since I have the font on a larger size, so in theory, even though I'm turning the page on the Nook, I'm not finish with the PDF page.


So, the bookmark stays on for several pages.

Does that make sense?


If you're still having issues, even though the page number increased...then IDK the answer! :-)

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