Again, sorry for the extremely late reply — I wasn't notified that you had responded. But a good example would be how iBooks does it. I just copied a passage from a book in iBooks, and got the following, including the credit at the end:
“In classical thought, the causes of madness were thought to be much broader than physical imbalance. In Plato’s account in the Phaedrus, manias could be caused by inspiration—from God, from poetry, or from love. A much later text greatly influenced by classical thought, Robert Burton’s Anatomy of Melancholy (published in 1621 and still in print), listed a wide range of causes for melancholy, including faulty education, stress (he cites too much studying), childhood influences, heredity, supernatural elements, Satan, the stars, God, a bad nurse, poverty, and much else.”
Excerpt From: Emily, Martin. “Bipolar Expeditions.” Princeton University Press, 2011. iBooks.
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I didn't see that you'd responded! I don't know if you're still interested a year later, but what I meant was basically information that I could put into a timeline about how much time I spent reading, and what pages I read. Thanks again for this amazing app.
Agreed. This is pretty essential, and the main thing holding me back from purchasing the full version. I don't want to have to worry about losing work. And about the comment that we can just delete annotations: what if that's the problem, that we deleted something by mistake? Or we tried to rearrange a mind map, or edit a note, and made it worse, and want to go back? Working in an app without undo feels like doing circus gymnastics without a net. Ok, slight exaggeration, but I'm just neurotic like that.
Having said all that, the app is really impressive overall!