What is the Direct Verse Jump?
Direct Verse Jump (aka DVJ) is a unique and revolutionary method of Kindle navigation, created by the OSNOVA Christian publisher for use in OSNOVA Kindle Bibles.
What are the advantages of DVJ?
DVJ allows a reader to open the exact Bible verse in mere seconds. The trick is the unique formatting of OSNOVA’s e-books that relies on abbreviations to “jump” to a verse or passage in mind. This feature becomes especially handy during a group Bible study or for following a sermon – instead of “flipping” through the pages or hectically trying to find the needed passage in the Table of Contents, you can use the DVJ to “jump” to the verse in a few easy clicks.
What is the difference between DVJ-1 and DVJ-2?
Originally the Direct Verse Jump was designed for Kindle Keyboard and relied a lot on the physical keyboard. This DVJ-1 navigation method used the two/three-letter abbreviation for Bible books, followed by a dot and chapter/verse number (like this, jn.3.16 for John 3:16).
When Kindle Touch and Kindle Fire were introduced on Amazon, they did not support the unique formatting used for DVJ-1. So we have come up with a newer and better DVJ option, which we called DVJ-2. This new method does not require dots in the search (like this, jn 3 16 for John 3:16). All our Kindle Bibles as well as Bible commentaries and reference books have been re-formatted to work their best on all existing Kindles, and use the DVJ-2 navigation. So if you buy OSNOVA e-books on Amazon now, DVJ-2 is the method to use for navigation.
Need more help?
For detailed directions on how to use DVJ on Kindle Touch read Three Easy Steps to DVJ’s Success on Kindle Touch.
For help and tips on using OSNOVA’s e-books on Kindle Keyboard, read How to use OSNOVA publications on Kindle Keyboard.
The book abbreviations that should be used with the DVJ feature:
|Song of Solomon||so|