Lost my place in a book

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James Fowlie | Forum Activity | Posted: Tue, Feb 20 2018 9:44 PM

I have been reading one larger book on and off for the past few weeks or so. I had gone back to an earlier section of the book to refer to something I had previously read.

Now when I re-open the book (several weeks later) it opens to the 'earlier section' and I have forgotten where I stopped reading.

Other than the percentage read indicator, is there some way to get me back to my last-read position? I've seen the feature in some ebook readers, but could not find an equivalent in Logos/Verbum.


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MJ. Smith | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Feb 20 2018 9:48 PM

Do the wear marks on the scroll bar indicate where you likely broke off? Note: the actual answer may depend upon what platform you are running - I'm assuming desktop.

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James Fowlie | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Feb 21 2018 9:26 AM

Hi MJ!

Sorry... I feel like I know you a little, as I see your name pop up all over the place.

Yes, I'm on Verbum desktop. I did try the wear marks, and went back to check again after your reply, but only a couple wear marks are visible, and they are too early in the book.

However, you pointed my eyes in the right direction, and I discovered the 'pane history' icon that allowed me to see where I had been. I was able to click the selection furthest in the book and arrive where I needed to be.

Thanks for your kind assistance... and for all the other work you do with Reading Plans and helping others out. It's greatly appreciated.

All the best,

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