The Bookmark Tab Turns Red When I Try To Bookmark And To Find Bookmarks Made In PDF Files?
Oct 22, 2011
I cannot find a way to view bookmarks I've made in PDF files using Ibooks. In books, I figured out by going to the contents page, they are listed there but where do I find them when reading pdf ( magazine files )?
The bookmark tab turns red when I try to bookmark but I can't find where they are.
Missing something here. I add sites to my bookmarks, but that listing also accumulates visited sites I did not bookmark. Erasing history seems to erase my bookmarks as well. But I've only had the iPad a couple days so am still low on the learning curve.
I was just watching the video walkthrough that 9to5Mac has posted and it shows that iPad Safari does have a bookmark bar just like Mac Safari. I didn't know that it was going to have that. Has anyone who has the SDK played with this feature. The video showed it popping up somehow. Is it possible to have it appear all the time? Also, the video showed that Safari is set up to be identified as desktop Safari NOT mobile Safari. I really can't wait to get my hands on an iPad. Whoever the person was that kept saying the Safari is mobile Safari needs to go and watch this video.
I set up my new iPad and it synced my bookmarks from mobile me with no issues. I've since spent some time reorganizing them on the iPad and now want to sync the changes back UP to MobileMe and to my other devices. How do I make that happen? I though it would happen automatically, but now my iPhone only has one bookmark and when I try to sync my Mac, it tries to sync that one same bookmark.I want everything to have the same bookmarks that I've got set up currently on the iPad.
AirPrint, while a welcome feature, seems to have been implemented not by Apple, but by any other company...In Safari, what used to be an icon to add a page as a bookmark, or to add it to the home screen, now also accomodates printing.In Mail, if I wish to print, I need to tap the "reply" icon.In Pages, Numbers and keynote it's under the "settings" icon.Would it not have made more sense to use the existing "print" icon and put it on a toolbar?I've left the feedback here:http://www.apple.com/feedback/ipad.html Information : iOS 4.