Hi TJ -- Thanks again for your response!
I guess that's my point. The above method is way too cumbersome to use. I don't really use iCloud.
What we desperately need is an easy export/import system to go between mobile and desktop. Even if it meant you email a file and do some sort of manual sync that would be preferable than trying to find the correct .topi file. Sadly, the iPhone environment is closed, so there really is no way to access the bookmark files.
Anyhow, if there was a module genius out there who could put together an easy universal sync system that would be a blessing.
When it comes to topi files, if you are using e-Sword (for Windows), then those files are pretty much as useful as hip-pockets on a t-shirt - simply because with e-Sword (for Windows) Topic Note editor only spits out topx files (as does the Study Note editor spitting out notx files). And with that, topi files can't be read and neither be edited in the Windows edition of e-Sword.
Now, when it comes to "Universal" Synchronization of files between devices, even when one can do it in a specific program, still requires a centralized server or device of one kind of another where the files can be accessed from. Whether you call it the "Cloud," or something else is really irrelevant.
With that said, however, if you are just at home and and want to work between devices, i.e., iPhone and PC, or Galaxy Phone (Samsung) and PC, for iPhone you can (If its still available) use Microsoft's Your Phone app, and Galaxy Phones use Microsoft's Phone Link app. What these apps do, is they directly synchronizes your phone and PC to each other either by USB cable or WiFi.
If you have a macOS device, you are able to sync your iPhone to it. Click here to find out how its done.
Edited by APsit190, 01 December 2022 - 07:07 PM.