Q. How do I download and read enki eBooks to my laptop or desktop?
You can read enki Library eBooks on your Windows desktop computer or laptop using:
Alternatively you can use Adobe Digital Editition on Mac or PC. You can download the latest version here: http://www.adobe.com/solutions/ebook/digital-editions/download.html
If this is your first time using ADE, please complete Adobe Activation by creating an Adobe ID.
- Tech. Support really didn't explain much in their answer to this question. The answers (there's more than one way to do it) are in the Enki tutorial, which is here (http://www.kslibplus.info/articulate/ENKI-CA/story.html). In most cases, you can find the My Account link at the top right of every page, and click it to find all the books that are checked out to you. Find the book you want to read and look to the right; there should be 2 buttons: Read Online and Download. As far as I know, both options will allow you to read the book on your desktop or laptop, just using different programs. Read Online might be easiest because you won't have to install any additional software; you'll just be reading the book in your web browser.
- After checking out the book (and ensuring you have the BlueFire or Adobe Digital apps for Windows, Mac is Adobe only), go to My Account on the SJPL Library site - there you'll see a button to download the .acsm file. Double-click on that .acsm file or open it in either BlueFire or Adobe and your book will appear in that application.
- As of January 2018, the prior comments are not accurate. After you check out a book, go to the home page of THIS site (Enkilibrary) and AGAIN select your library. It's very counterintuitive, but, if you do it, you'll be able to go to the right panel and click on "eBooks." That brings you to the page where you can download links to your books.
One you want to read, assuming you use Adobe, you're prompted for an Adobe ID. You can ignore "create an ID," and skip the link on this help page too (which leads to a 404 Page Not Found after you "create" the ID). Instead, just authorize without the ID, and your book should be downloaded for reading.