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  1. Thank you both for pointing this out. I can see this now.
  2. I just tried this and it works great. I was able to even create a merged file with only my highlights, and nothing else. Very nice.
  3. If you're referring to the backup file, yes, you can transfer between devices. But if you're referring to the app, then no. You have to download JW Library from the "App Store" on Apple.
  4. Can you provide an example of this?
  5. Friends, I remember reading in either Play Store or App Store under the JW Library app that one of the upcoming features (Coming soon) would be the ability to highlight in the study pane. (The pane on the right side of the screen that shows the references and the scriptures). Obviously this never materialized, but I was wondering if anyone else remembers reading this feature?
  6. This is interesting. I never though about not worrying about which device to make notes in (I have both an ipad and an iphone.) But if this JWMerge works well, then I may do that. Currently I make it a point to only study on my tablet and then AirDrop the backup file to my iphone, for the sake of mirroring everything in my ipad.
  7. Ah, I see. Very interesting.
  8. Did you hear anything about a time frame?
  9. True dis. This was a favorite shortcut for the Watchtower Conductor back when WT Library had just come out in the early nineties. He could have all the scriptures printed out and have it next to the printed Watchtower.
  10. You can't back up to the app itself. This screenshot is Windows, not iOS. Your backup file should not weigh more than 1MB, you should still be able to save the backup file to the cloud.
  11. I think he’s referring to an image or artwork to show during the talk on the screens. I may be wrong though.
  12. I don’t think there’s any instruction indicating that we can’t. It is a “public talk” and we are authorized to show still images during our public talk.
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