I was just reading NIGCT, Revelation. On p. 181, it says,
"v 1 is best understood from examination of the following phrase, δεῖξαι . . . ἂ δεῖ γενέσθαι (“to show . . . what must come to pass”), which, together with ἐν τάχει (“quickly”), is derived from Dan. 2:28–29, 45 (as discussed above, pp. 152–53)."
Now, I wanted to quickly go to pp. 152-153 to check this out. There is no link to it. Scrolling takes a while, especially on the iPad. So, I tried a search. If I search for Page Numbers, type in 152, and press enter, it goes to Matt. p. 152, etc., and it takes 12 Hit clicks to reach Rev. p 152.
First, am I missing something, is there a faster way? And if there isn't, shouldn't there be? This takes about 1-2 seconds with a paper book, and about 8 seconds for 3 clicks, typing 152, and 12 more clicks. Even Kindle has links to pages above, below, etc.
Is this the norm in Acc for see above, below, etc.? If so, I'll post a feature request.