From time to time I get updates that
[insert volume here]
has been "updated". But there doesn't seem to be any appreciable difference between the version I downloaded and the version that's available for download.
Is it possible that when changes are made and the website shows that books have been updated that a changelog is provided? Like,
and shit like that? I don't much like the idea of constantly having to download and redownload the same book over and over again. I'd like the ability to make the judgement call whether or not it's worthwhile to download a newer version before I actually download the newer version.
That would be a great quality of life improvement. I once tried using software to compare two versions of a file and it didn't inspire me to make a habit of it so I mostly just wince when I see there is an unspecified update.
I'm pretty sure most of the newer updates are just to correct spelling issues they've discovered post release, or in some cases with Bookworm if some term or name that ends up being hotly debated on the forums ends up being changed, they'll want to go back and fix the name in prior volumes.
It would be nice to have general idea of what's changed if it's doable, though I suspect if it's anything really major like artwork, there will be a post about it.