Somebody has probably mentioned this somewhere, but I did not see it.
On my iPhone, the little icons (the pictures of the books) disappear.
In my READ tab, right at the moment, I see TWO books. Both the ones I picked at this sitting.
I had several others opened earlier tonight, but they are all gone (just the picture). If I click on one of the "No Cover" pictures, the books are still there from earlier. Just no picture of them. I have 6 pictures with "No Cover" and two with a picture.
Currently there are some books that simply don't have a cover. I'm guessing that's the case here. I haven't ever had any covers disappear. But tell us what the books are and we can see if we're missing the covers for them as well.
David B Phillips:Currently there are some books that simply don't have a cover. I'm guessing that's the case here. I haven't ever had any covers disappear. But tell us what the books are and we can see if we're missing the covers for them as well.
Well, first I do not really know, whether there is a difference between iPhone and my desktop app, in terms of what covers will show.
But I just checked L4 and all the books showed pictures.
On my iPhone, no icons show up for:
131 Christians Everyone Should KnowChurch Administration - Effective LeadershipCollins Thesaurus of the BibleComical Doctrine: An EpistemologyA Concise Dictionary of Words...Discovering JohnFresh SermonsFresh Start DevotionalsThe Genre, Composition and Hermaneut...God, Order and Chaos...Harmony of the GospelsHolbein's Bible WoodcutsHow to Write Narrative Sermons
and many others.....
When I get to the "Opening Up" series, none of them show a cover. Opening up 1 Corinthians, Opening Up 1 Thessalonians.....Opening Up Zephaniah.
These resources (for whatever reason) don't have covers on the iphone (regardless of what they show for L4). At least this is my understanding. I have others as well that lack a cover (Finally Alive, for example). It shouldn't affect their readability either online or offline.
Lack of a cover doesn't affect its readability, but makes it hard to distinguish on the scroll doodad across the bottom of the read screen. Hmmm... which "no cover" shall I read now! :)