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Tue Apr 9 01:34:21 MST 2013
It's best to save versification with bookmarks. The key and verse system
together address a unique piece of Scripture which can be properly
located in any other verse system. This also means there's no reason to
tie bookmarks to a specific module.
On 03/28/2013 08:24 PM, Martin Denham wrote:
> I am struggling to think what to do with bookmarks wrt Versification
> since a Bookmark refers to all current Modules, possibly with different
> Bookmarked verses are saved to a bookmarks database table. When
> reloading bookmarks from the table a Versification must be specified.
> To get it working most of the time I could just use the default
> versification as follows:
> savedBookmarkKey =
> But I notice that AbstractPassage is tied to Versification and wonder if
> this will even work for simple cases like Jn 3:16.
> Eventually I probably need to record the current versification when
> saving the bookmark, but even then I will have the correct versification
> for the key but can the restored bookmark be used with different
> versifications. I mean can a common Key/Verse like Jn 3:16 be used with
> different Versifications or do I have to generate a different Key for
> every Versification when viewing multiple modules with different
> This might be because I am still a bit confused regarding the way
> Versifications are implemented.
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