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History from previous phone language links not to the right book

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      If you have had the iphone in one language (i had it in swedish), and read the bible, the history gets updated. if you switch to another language (i switched to english) on the iPhone, and try to open something from the history that was created in the other language (swedish), it opens the right bible version, the right verse number, but in the same book as is open and i also think the same chapter (i guess th book references in history are stored in the language that was used)

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        Christoffer Björkskog added a comment -

        i forgot to add it to the add version and component it was 1.4.0b2

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        Christoffer Björkskog added a comment - i forgot to add it to the add version and component it was 1.4.0b2
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        Nic Carter added a comment -

        that sounds like a bit of a pain. I think I know how to fix it, but won't try for v1.4.0 – if it isn't as simple as I think it is to fix, I may not be able to fix it nicely on a mobile device...

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        Nic Carter added a comment - that sounds like a bit of a pain. I think I know how to fix it, but won't try for v1.4.0 – if it isn't as simple as I think it is to fix, I may not be able to fix it nicely on a mobile device...
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        Nic Carter added a comment -

        Not going to fix, as I don't think this will be encountered in the wild (I haven't heard of anyone else encountering this, leading me to think that most people leave their phones in one language?).
        If I make the history items language-agnostic then this will be solved, but that's a big "if".

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        Nic Carter added a comment - Not going to fix, as I don't think this will be encountered in the wild (I haven't heard of anyone else encountering this, leading me to think that most people leave their phones in one language?). If I make the history items language-agnostic then this will be solved, but that's a big "if".

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            Nic Carter
            Reporter:
            Christoffer Björkskog
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