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vlainstrike

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Several mods add a great number of books to Skyrim, some of them 30-40 pages long.

In the event you don't have time to finish a book in one sitting, it can be rather tedious to remember what page you were on, and then having to advance the book one page at a time in order to find your place.

 

Therefore I would like to see a mod that solves both issues.

 

1) A 'go to page x' interface that allows you to skip directly to any page in the book at any time.

 

2) A bookmark system that allows you to save your place in specific books, so that you have the option to close the book, and then skip directly to your bookmark the next time you open the book.


Edited by vlainstrike, 30 October 2015 - 12:06 AM.


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Garrett0000001

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Yes, yes and double yes!

 

I'd love bookmarks. Esp considering all the funny books there are in Skyrim.

 

Nice idea Strike.



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vlainstrike

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It would help with those 'choose your own adventure' style books as well. It's really hard to enjoy a book like that when you can't quickly turn to the page directed by the book.



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vcannu

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i am interested in a mod like this, i have search for it but i have found only this topic... :( does anyone know if it was created?



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I know this one is a bit old, but I'll add my voice  -- if it's possible, I'd love skyrim book bookmarks/page save.  I'm a klepto book "borrower" in skyrim, but always get distracted and move on to something else without finishing the longer books.







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