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Justin | Forum Activity | Posted: Fri, Feb 19 2021 7:15 AM

I’m sorry to be that guy who brings up a question which has probably already been addressed, but I can’t seem to find an answer from my basic searching. Any guidance to the proper areas would be swell, thanks. 

I’m a student and I use Logos on my iPad almost exclusively, only sometimes on my iPhone. So I have multiple layouts created for different purposes for the different screen sizes. Specifically on my iPad, I go between 2 layouts frequently, one for my daily study and reading, and one for my major essay projects and research.

What I’m finding, and seems to be with others as well, is that when I saved the layouts with different resources open for each, any time I select it to use now, it goes to the spot I was at in the book originally when I saved the layout. This can be frustrating because it requires ether much scrolling in some resources, or having to go into chapter selection manually for others to get back to where I left off in reading one book or another. As I progress through my daily reading of Joshua for example, I’m brought to an early chapter in the book, whereas I’m currently near the end.

Is there a way to address this so that your layouts keep your place wherever you were if that makes sense? Or would I have to update my layouts each time I’m done reading just so that it takes me back there next time I select it? And to be clear, if I don’t change layouts, everything seems to work just fine with bringing me right to where I left off. It’s only with the switching of layouts that this happens, which is something I’m doing often.

I’d love any tips or just general pointing in the right direction. Appreciate it, thank you.

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Lonnie Spencer | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Feb 19 2021 8:53 AM

Hi Justin, 

The short answer is, if you don't save your layout before you close it, it will revert back to the way it was when you opened it.

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