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Mike Finnie, MDiv, Theology | Forum Activity | Posted: Tue, Jun 1 2010 4:33 PM

Is there a way to go back to the verse I was originally reading after I jump to a reference from a footnote.  If I'm reading in a NT book and the footnote references a Psalm, I don't have a simple way to go back to the original reading once I've jumped to the referenced passage.

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Dan Sheppard | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Jun 1 2010 10:00 PM


Hi Mike.


If I understand your question correctly, Yes.

I am in a book right now, which has a reference to John 10:30.  It is highlighted in blue, so I click on it and it transports me to the verse.  Now I want to go back to the book, from which I was just reading, so if you click in the middle of your screen, you see the heading with the present book's name appear, as well as the bottom part, which has the most recent books, as well as your menu, at the far bottom.  To get this, I just put one finger in the middle of my reference work (the one I was transported to).

If you look at the row of previous books, there is an arrow to the far left.  IT IS NOT HIGHLIGHTED!!!!

But it works.  So when I click the arrow, I go right back to my resource.

Any questions, holler.


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David Gullick | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Jun 1 2010 10:58 PM

Slightly different I think Dan. I'm reading Matthew 23:17, and go to the reference of Exodus 30:29. Now that I'm in Exodus, how do I get back to Matthew easily? At the moment as far as I'm aware the easiest way is to click on the verse tab in the top right and re-select Matt 23:17.

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John Fidel | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Jun 2 2010 5:10 AM

Just tap the screen and then select the back arrow at the bottom and it will take you back to your previous location in the text.

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thanks so much.  As a new user, I appreciate the help.

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