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Old 12-23-2012, 01:41 AM   #13
davidfor
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Originally Posted by DNSB View Post
I'm using 2.3.2 on a Glo so some items may not be the same.
For this sort of thing, it will be the same.
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The navigation bar does correct the chapter number as you use the >> or << to step forward or back. Problems is, so far, the first time I use it, it opens on the first TOC entry and steps forward from there. Say I am on Chapter 8 in a book with a Prologue. The navigation bar opens on page 232 of 607 but shows Prologue as the chapter. Hit the >> and changes to Chapter 1. After that first time, it opens on the current chapter and steps from there.
That is what I meant by the "TOC tracking bug". If open a book and read it through several chapters, the current chapter is not updated. If you open the TOC, it thinks you are on the first chapter. The navigation bar starts with the same chapter.
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If I move the slider by touching it or using the single arrows, the chapter number doesn't change. So from Chapter 8, page 232 of 607, I am now on Chapter 8, page 555 of 607. On the bright side, I am getting much better at rolling my finger on the display to move in smaller increments and the return button is getting over used.
I hadn't noticed that before. But, it fits with the not tacking the chapter problem.
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