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Pavel Kostecka | Forum Activity | Posted: Thu, Dec 20 2012 3:29 AM

 

1. I am wondering what criterion decides the order of commentaries in Passage Guide. It absolutely doesn't correspond to desktop app. For example, when studying OT ref, the first link is to Analytical Key to the OT which should rather be at the end of the list. NIVAC should be among firsts but is at the end.

2. In general I would welcome the outline section like in L5 app to separate them from full-depth series. Yet, in desktop app I divided my series to technical, intermediate, expository… through tags. I want mobile app to be able to know my tags too and separate bunch of my series well-arranged.

3. Is there any way to download all titles to iPad? I read something about button somewhere on the top but I can't find it.

 

4. When browsing in the History pane and touching Passage Guide the app contacts the internet even although it was loaded 2 mins ago. Developers, could you revamp the app to go on the net only when new data are needed?

In summary there is a great room for further improvement of mobile app that lags behind the desktop one strongjy.

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JT (alabama24) | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Dec 20 2012 4:19 AM

Pavel Kostecka:
I am wondering what criterion decides the order of commentaries in Passage Guide. It absolutely doesn't correspond to desktop app.

The intention is for this info to sync from L4/L5… but that has yet to be implemented. 

Pavel Kostecka:
Is there any way to download all titles to iPad? I read something about button somewhere on the top but I can't find it.

In the library, scroll slightly upwards… you will find a "download all" button. Personally, I don't recommend this except for those who don't have a good, regular internet connection. There are many situations which require a delete and reinstall of the app… you will lose your downloads when you do. NOTE: you can also download a subset. For example, if you have books tagged with HistoryAnabaptist, you can type that into your library search box, and press "download all." This will just download those resources.

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