If you do not know how to download and open a zip file on your mobile device we have the following suggestions:
Customers can rank their purchases on a three point scale (+ / 0 / -). A + is for products they really liked, products they would recommend to family and friends. A - is for products they did not like, and thus products they could not recommend. And 0 is for products that were adequate and had no big surprises on the plus or minus side.
We add up all the pluses and all the minuses for each product and display it as customer rank. For example, a "+3 -1" rank means that three customers really liked the product, one didn't like it, and the rest thought it was adequate. (We do not show the count for the 0 rank.)
Products can be ranked on the digital shelf.
Login to your Lybrary.com account. Under the heading "Downloads & Orders Overview" click on the "view" button on the far right to view your order. When you view your order the underlined ebook titles are your download links. You can also find all your ebooks and download links in alphabetical order in the digital-shelf.
If clicking on the download link does not seem to work (screen stays blank or black for a very long time) you can also right-click on the download link and then select 'save as', 'save target as' or 'save link as'. [For Mac users: You can also try to ALT-mouse-click which should automatically save the file to your hard disc, or CTRL-mouse-click which will open a context menu where you can select "Download Linked File As...".]
If you use Firefox and you do 'right-click save-target-as' the suggested filename will be 'download.php'. Change this to a filename with extension .pdf if you download a PDF, or .zip if you download zip file etc. (Unfortunately Firefox does not query the server for the filename but guesses it based on the webpage name, which of course can be entirely different.)
If you forgot your password or somehow cannot login to your Lybrary account we recommend to first try to reset your password. Request a password reset link. This reset link will be emailed to you. (You can do that from the login page. Follow the 'Forgot your password?' link.)
Some users do not receive this password reset email. If that happens to you check your Junk and Spam folders. If the email is not there then whitelist the email address email@example.com, and request a new reset link. (All email service providers have some way to whitelist an email address. On old MSN.COM accounts it is called "Add to VIP list". In AOL you have to add firstname.lastname@example.org to your contacts.)
If you did receive the password reset link email, clicked on the link, set a new password, and still can't login with your new password then try to close your browser, start it again, and try to login again. If you have a different browser available on your system, try to login with a different browser.
When you authorize Adobe Digital Editions (an ebook viewing software you will need for our DRM-PDF and DRM-EPUB ebooks) it will ask you for a Vendor ID. Select in that drop down box "Adobe ID" and insert your personal Adobe ID credentials.
Some of our PDFs need AcrobatReader to display correctly on a Mac. The Mac built in PDF viewer can have problems with larger PDFs. I don't know what upsets the native Mac PDF viewer. This happens for example for Orson Welles: The Man Who Was Magic.
We support PDF and EPUB ebook formats. Most of our ebooks are PDF. PDF ebooks are typically displayed with AcrobatReader, a free PDF reader provided by Adobe, or a number of other PDF viewers.
You can also access our discs from Linux. The only thing you have to be careful is how you mount the CD:
mount -t iso9660 -o check=relaxed -o ro DEVICE MOUNTPOINT
-t iso9660 specifies the type of filesystem (many of our CDs are in iso9660), -o
check=relaxed says to convert a filename to lowercase before looking it up,
-o ro is for read only access, DEVICE and MOUNTPOINT are, respectively, your device and mount point.
To check your AdobeID in Adobe Digital Editions (ADE) click on Library->Authorize Computer...
You should see your email address which is your AdobeID.
If for whatever reason you authorized with the wrong email address you can deactivate the authorization and re-authorize.
If this does not work you can try to delete ~/Library/Application Support/Adobe/Digital Editions/activation.dat then restart ADE and re-authorise the computer.
https://www.lybrary.com/, or if you want your login (your email address) already pre-populated then use
Once you are logged into your Lybrary account with your iPhone you can install any app you have bought. You will see the number of apps bought in the brackets next to "App". Below you see an example of a customer with one iPhone app. Click on "App" and you will get a list of your apps. In this case here the customer has one app named "Dracula Ebook Test".
Click on "Dracula Ebook Test" to install it. You will see the title screen of the app (after some loading time) shown on the left below. Here we need you to press the "+" as shown by the arrow. For iOS 4.2 and later the plus-icon has been replaced with this . When you press this you will be given three options. We would like you to select the "Add to Home Screen" option as shown below in the center. The next screen will ask you to name the app. There is typically some preset but you can give it any name you like. Then press the "ADD" button as indicated below in the right screen shot.
We accept most credit cards (Visa, Master Card, Discover), Paypal, bitcoin, checks, money-orders, and even cash. However if you decide to send cash (please only send USD) we are not responsible for a lost envelope or package. We have over the years received a few cash payments and everything went fine, but it is a significant risk to send cash and you the customer will have to bear that risk. If you send a check or money-order there will be a delay in the processing of your order. We have to wait until the funds clear and then we can process your order. This can take up to 10 business days from the time we receive your check.
Besides downloading your video and DVD purchases to your computer you can also view them in a streaming version using your iPad or iPhone. You do this by logging into your 'mobile digital shelf'. Browse with Safari web browser from your iPad or iPhone to
https://www.lybrary.com/login_mobile.php, or if you want your login (your email address) already pre-populated then use
https://www.lybrary.com/login_mobile.php?login=your_email_address. (I suggest you add this website to your home screen, or bookmark it so that you can find it quickly.) Use the same login credentials as you use for your Lybrary.com account.
Once logged in you will see four categories: Audio, Video, Ebook, App. Your purchases at Lybrary.com are grouped into these four groups. If you wanted to view one of the download DVDs you have purchased you would click on the Video category. This will show you an alphabetical list of all your video purchases. You then select the title you want to view and it will start playing. If it is a title that consists of several clips you will get to a list of clips where you can choose the one you want to view. Click on it and it will start playing on your iPad or iPhone.
The first step is to send us your ebook so that we can decide if we want to offer your ebook. (You will find an email address on our contact us page.) This might sound a bit pretentious but we are not Amazon.com who lists just any garbage they receive in their slush pile of millions of ebooks. We accept ebooks in any subject category but are primarily interested in magic (sleight-of-hand, illusions, mentalism, ...), gambling (poker, blackjack, roulette, ...) and games (chess, bridge, ...).
Should we like your ebook we will get back to you with an offer that depends on the level of exclusivity you are willing to extend to us. If you are willing to sell your ebook exclusively through Lybrary.com then we can pay a higher royalty. If you want a non-exclusive retail agreement then royalties will be lower.
Royalties are paid via Paypal whenever you want without any minimums or other limitations. You can transfer outstanding royalties whenever you like with a simple press of a button. (We do not charge any fees on your royalty payments, but Paypal will charge you a fee.)
Additionally, as a royalty receiving author, you can purchase anything at Lybrary.com at a 10% discount with your earned royalties. During checkout you will see a new 'pay with royalties' payment option. For many of our authors this is a very welcome benefit.
Yes, we do. Details can be found in your Lybrary.com account under 'Affiliate Earnings', which is the last link under the 'My Account' subheading in your Lybrary customer account. Briefly, every customer is by default enabled to be an affiliate. No separate registration beside a customer account registration is necessary. Affiliate earnings can either be cashed out via Paypal or can be used to purchase anything at Lybrary.com at a 10% discount.
You claim an author page by:
(If you do not have a Lybrary customer account go to the login page and look for the blue "Create Account" button.) You can only claim one author profile per customer account. Once you claimed one you cannot unclaim it. If you made an error you will need to contact us.
Once you have claimed an author page you can edit it and submit your changes. You can edit your author page from two places. Either navigate again to your author page, while logged into your Lybrary account, and look for the blue "edit author profile" button. Or while you are on your account page look for the "Author Profile" link and click it. Make your changes and press the red "Save & Continue" button. This will submit your changes to us. The changes will not immediately go live. We will review them, make any necessary corrections, and then put your page online. This review process will take some time. We aim to have it processed under one week, but sometimes it can take longer.
If there are any unresolved questions or any comments you want to share, please contact us.