Has anyone else experienced this problem. My copy of the Hermeneia Apostolic Fathers on my iPad doesn't offer me any navigation by way of a table of contents other than:
Ignatius - a commentary
The Didache - a commentary
Shepherd of Hermas - a commentary
This is pretty hopeless if you are wanting to go to one of (say) Ignatius' epistles since you have to do no end of scrolling and scrolling and scrolling through "Igantius - a commentary" to get to the epistle that you want. I have just been told by Accordance technical support that:
"the iOS version can be searched by using the browser (the 3 dots and 3 lines in the top left hand corner). It can also be used alongside another actual version of the Apostolic Fathers and will scroll and stay in parallel with that version.".
Well it can't. I tried searching for Magnesians (as in Ignatius shorter or longer epistle to) but my results showed as empty. On my Mac - as for (so far as I can see) the other Hermeneia volumes on the iPad - you get a proper full table of contents for the Hermeneia Apostolic Fathers volume that allows you to go straight to the Epistle to the Magnesians (for example) and even, I think, particular parts within the Hermeneia's treatment of it - e.g. introduction, text, commentary, etc.
As to the idea that you should buy a second copy of the Apostolic Fathers to use as a sort of substitute table of contents for the Hermeneia volume, with respect, that sounds silly.
Does anyone else have this problem?