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    I would like to know if there is an easy way to go back and forth from verse locations. Here is what I mean. If I am studying John 3:16 and then read a verse in Revelation an then one in Isaiah, is there some way to put a button on the browser or use a keyboard shortcut to go back to John 3:16 without going ot the command line and typing John 3:16. If not would it not be benefitial to have a browse window button for back and forth. Maybe two little arrows.
    Dr. Kevin Purcell I am a BW9 User!
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    Follow the link for a video showing 2 different ways to get back to where you start.

    http://screencast.com/t/UNXtFb0eD

    Hope this helps.

    John Fidel

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    Quote Originally Posted by kpurcell View Post
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    Hey kevin,

    Starting reading your various magazines a little while ago. MGVH had a link to the site a little while back. Very useful info. I've been d/ling articles on projection units, portable ones. I see one my my distant, but not too distant future. With binoculars, it's visible on the far horizon.

    Any advice you want to give in the 'Off Topic' section would be very appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jfidel View Post
    Follow the link for a video showing 2 different ways to get back to where you start.

    http://screencast.com/t/UNXtFb0eD

    Hope this helps.

    John Fidel
    Thanks for the reply.

    That is not quite what I was looking for. I want to be able to go back and forth from the browser window. That only seems to be in the search history. And the tabs while a workaround is not quite as simple as what I wish BW had. I thought it was just buried but it may not exist. I think the history of what was displayed in your browser window should be saved so that you can simply hit a button on a toolbar or a keystroke and go back and forth. Kind of like a the arrows in IE or FF.
    Dr. Kevin Purcell I am a BW9 User!
    Columnist for Christian Computing Magazine
    See my personal blog at www.KevinPurcell.org
    Follow me on Twitter @kapurcell

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    Quote Originally Posted by SCSaunders View Post
    Hey kevin,

    Starting reading your various magazines a little while ago. MGVH had a link to the site a little while back. Very useful info. I've been d/ling articles on projection units, portable ones. I see one my my distant, but not too distant future. With binoculars, it's visible on the far horizon.

    Any advice you want to give in the 'Off Topic' section would be very appreciated.
    Go there and start a topic and I'll respond.
    Dr. Kevin Purcell I am a BW9 User!
    Columnist for Christian Computing Magazine
    See my personal blog at www.KevinPurcell.org
    Follow me on Twitter @kapurcell

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    Quote Originally Posted by kpurcell View Post
    Go there and start a topic and I'll respond.
    How does one spell "Done!" with a minimum of 10 characters?

    'Cause that's what the error dialog box is barking at me to do.








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