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Beloved Amodeo | Forum Activity | Posted: Tue, Feb 3 2015 1:23 PM

The audio icons do not appear if you search for a word using Basic Search for this resource. They do, however, appear if you use the sliding cursor to get the approximate location of the word. Even this procedure fails on occasions. Also, there are words without audio icons, e.g. Zebadiah. 

I have reported this in the Android app forum because my reader is a Fire HD, however, this appears to be the case for iOS as well, as my iPhone 5S exhibits like behavior.

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Kevin Byford (Faithlife) | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Feb 3 2015 2:52 PM

Beloved:
The audio icons do not appear if you search for a word using Basic Search for this resource.

Not every search result will include an audio pronunciation.  For example, the Books of the Bible and Biblical Names and Meanings chapters do not have audio (by design).

Beloved:
They do, however, appear if you use the sliding cursor to get the approximate location of the word.

The formatting of this resource (and many other resources with tables and charts) are not ideal for smaller mobile devices; search looks for text and not the audio icons for that text, so it's doing the best it can.

Beloved:
Also, there are words without audio icons, e.g. Zebadiah. 

This resource is missing the audio for plenty of words on Desktop so this is a book bug and not a mobile issue.

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Beloved Amodeo | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Feb 3 2015 3:53 PM

Kevin Byford:
The formatting of this resource (and many other resources with tables and charts) are not ideal for smaller mobile devices; search looks for text and not the audio icons for that text, so it's doing the best it can.

Then I am to understand that it is intended that we search for our Biblical Name ( let's use the real example from my reading in Ex35.30-35 Oholiab) using the sliding cursor and flip page by page back to the name. Because if you execute a Basic Search the icon will not appear and this you say is not a bug, but, is by design. Interesting.

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Kevin Byford (Faithlife) | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Feb 3 2015 5:16 PM

Beloved:
Then I am to understand that it is intended that we search for our Biblical Name ( let's use the real example from my reading in Ex35.30-35 Oholiab) using the sliding cursor and flip page by page back to the name. Because if you execute a Basic Search the icon will not appear and this you say is not a bug, but, is by design. Interesting.

I think I'm not being very clear so maybe these screenshots will help.

1) Not every search result in this resource will include an audio pronunciation.  The "Books of the Bible" and "Biblical Names and Meanings" chapters do not have audio in them and this by design of the publisher.  The section in between those two chapters contains the audio pronunciations.

A basic search can still find results in those two chapters because search is looking for text (not audio)... in other words, not every search result will lead you to an audio pronunciation.

2) When performing a basic search for Oholiab there will be two results - the red arrow result leads to the "Biblical Names and Meanings" chapter (no audio) and the green arrow result leads to the audio pronunciation:

3) Clicking on the green arrow result will show the search term plus the audio icon:

As you can see, the formatting isn't that great but this is beyond our control because we don't own the resource.

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Beloved Amodeo | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Feb 3 2015 6:01 PM

Thank you Kevin for your patience with me. The lights have now have all been lit and I now understand the use of this valuable resource. I do hope others have been enriched by my struggle to best use this resource. Thanks Smile

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