PocketSword
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tabs for having multiple passages open in parallell

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    • Type: New Feature New Feature
    • Status: Closed (View Workflow)
    • Priority: Major Major
    • Resolution: Won't Fix
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: None
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      Description

      you are:

      reading along

      • thinks of a similar passage / or that is related somehow
      • open a new "tab"
      • in there you either...
      • do a search to find the one you thought of
      • or open the correct book/chapter if you know it
        you read that passage
      • this might trigger another passage that needs to be opened...
      • open more tabs to see other passages...
        ...

      In the end of one's quite time one could save the open tabs as a "bookmark bundle" . i.e, all open tabs....
      and you could give it a title.
      This could be good for preparing teachings too. (you could set the order of them as well)
      You could open a bookmark bundle at any time, -> it would reopen the tabs that were open when you saved that "bundle"

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        Christoffer Björkskog added a comment -

        Tabs like in Safari.
        That should be "familiar" to iPhone users in way of tab behaviour

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        Christoffer Björkskog added a comment - Tabs like in Safari. That should be "familiar" to iPhone users in way of tab behaviour
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        Christoffer Björkskog added a comment -

        another way one could use tabs.
        similar to the iPhone Safari browser.
        That should be familiar to iPhone users

        http://www.crosswire.org/bugs/secure/attachment/10540/tabs2.jpg

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        Christoffer Björkskog added a comment - another way one could use tabs. similar to the iPhone Safari browser. That should be familiar to iPhone users http://www.crosswire.org/bugs/secure/attachment/10540/tabs2.jpg
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        Christoffer Björkskog added a comment -

        Optionally, it would be cool to be able to save or load a set of bible passages.
        For instance, you could prepare sermons this way too..
        or "record" your revelationary scripture passages you get during a bible study session, and thus having it "with you" when you get to a place you would like to share it.

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        Christoffer Björkskog added a comment - Optionally, it would be cool to be able to save or load a set of bible passages. For instance, you could prepare sermons this way too.. or "record" your revelationary scripture passages you get during a bible study session, and thus having it "with you" when you get to a place you would like to share it.
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        Nic Carter added a comment -

        It's conceivable that something like in tabs2.jpg could be done. However, the way I had thought this would be done is through going through your History & also your Bookmarks. Take a look at the History in v1.1b1 & see how well that works for this? Yes, I know that Bookmarks needs more work – there is a plan to add folders within which to put bookmarks

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        Nic Carter added a comment - It's conceivable that something like in tabs2.jpg could be done. However, the way I had thought this would be done is through going through your History & also your Bookmarks. Take a look at the History in v1.1b1 & see how well that works for this? Yes, I know that Bookmarks needs more work – there is a plan to add folders within which to put bookmarks
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        Nic Carter added a comment -

        After thinking about this, I'm not going to allow extra "tabs" in PocketSword. To achieve this functionality, there is the History section where you can go back and forth through verses. The idea of having different Bible modules open at the same time is still up in the air, however. If you want to have the sort of thing you have described here, I suggest you use a laptop...

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        Nic Carter added a comment - After thinking about this, I'm not going to allow extra "tabs" in PocketSword. To achieve this functionality, there is the History section where you can go back and forth through verses. The idea of having different Bible modules open at the same time is still up in the air, however. If you want to have the sort of thing you have described here, I suggest you use a laptop...

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          • Assignee:
            Nic Carter
            Reporter:
            Christoffer Björkskog
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