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James Fowlie | Forum Activity | Posted: Wed, Mar 30 2016 1:11 PM

Hi... I *did* do a search first and didn't find anything, so my apologies if I've missed a pre-existing message on this topic.

In the desktop application, I can mark the reading from the last day of a reading plan as 'done' and the book shows as 100% complete.

In the Android app, I can mark up to and including the penultimate reading for the plan, but there's no prompt to mark the final reading as done, so I'm always 99% or less complete.

I realize that this is my OCD complaining about it, but I'm hoping it wouldn't take much to fix it. I did first put this as a suggestion for future enhancements, but it was sent back to me as a bug to be reported in this forum.

Thanks!
--James

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Kevin Byford (Faithlife) | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Mar 30 2016 1:13 PM

Thanks James,

Yes, I just closed the UserVoice suggestion because it sounds like a bug.  Thanks for posting here, I'll try to reproduce it.

What exact reading plan were you using?

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James Fowlie | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Mar 30 2016 1:19 PM

Sorry... just saw the 'how to post a good Android bug report'!

I hope I described the problem adequately above. I get the 'Done' prompt at the end of each reading in a reading plan except at the very end of a title when there is no prompt present. The app otherwise runs as expected.

I'm running multiple Android devices 4.4.2 and 5.1.1 are the two I use most frequently.

I am currently running the Verbum beta, but have had the same problem with the mainstream app previously. Currently, it shows that I'm running Verbum 5.2.0.

I get this problem no matter what title and no matter whether it is running online/offline/WiFi/cellular.

Scrolling is generally on, but I do run into the problem no matter whether or not I am using scrolling.

I'm not quite close enough to the end of a book to provide a screenshot, but will try and remember once I get to the end of the next title.

Thanks again!--James

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