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#1 Deacon Rich

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Posted 21 December 2011 - 12:13 PM

Took a minute to figure out that when you go from scripture to another reference, you can't use the back buttons on the bottom to go back where you were any more, but have to click on your library button to get to your Recent Modules list. This works ok and I like that it saves from session to session, but can the Recent Module list show what you were referencing? Like right now, I'm looking at a list of books and text, but it's only the titles, not the content it is pointed to. That would be great. Also, using this method would be great if you could save references together. Like saving different workspaces on the Mac version.

#2 Deacon Rich

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Posted 21 December 2011 - 12:50 PM

Ok, just found out you can do a two finger swipe when you amplify a word/key number and go back to where you were. You can't do this with a search though. And if you're answer is at the bottom of the list and doesn't reach the top of the search window, you can't just go to that scripture and having to click on the magnifying glass, the clock, then click Read is a long process. How about, when you're search is finished, by pressing on the scripture heading you want, an instant detail box can pop up with "Read" added on the bottom instead of just "Copy Verse, Highlight Verse, User Note and Amplify." Mac version could benefit from this too. example: Looking at Eph 2:10, search, word, "workmanship." You get four hits. I want number three, but I can't go straight to it because of this limitation. Thanks.

#3 Scott Knapp

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Posted 21 December 2011 - 01:04 PM

We typically recommend that you set your default search context to "All" instead of "None". This has two advantages: First, all search hits are already displayed in the full context of the text. Second, you can readily move between the search hits by using the up and down Mk buttons in the bottom toolbar.

Also, there is a shortcut gesture to get to the search history view which contains the "Read" selection. A long press gesture on the search glass button will bring up this view directly so you don't have to tap on search glass, tap on history button, tap on "Read".

Hope this helps,

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Posted 21 December 2011 - 08:08 PM

It does help. I would still like the option to go to prior scriptures as well, but this helps a lot. Thanks.




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