Corresponding Annotations

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Joe Mayden | Forum Activity | Posted: Sat, Jun 18 2016 5:18 AM

I highlight a verse in NASB.  In ESV I turn on corresonding annotations.  The verse in NASB that is highlighted and indicates so at the beginning of the verse.  In the ESV there are 5 sticky note throughout two verses referencing the same note in the NASB.

I tried to find something in past forums to no avail.  

I don't think this is what we would want.  Every time you have to check all the sticky notes to see if it is the same annotation.

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Graham Criddle | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Jun 18 2016 7:44 AM

Joe Mayden:
I highlight a verse in NASB.  In ESV I turn on corresonding annotations.  The verse in NASB that is highlighted and indicates so at the beginning of the verse.  In the ESV there are 5 sticky note throughout two verses referencing the same note in the NASB.

Which verse are you highlighting?

The most likely explanation is that the underlying original language terms used in NASB are translated differently in ESV and so the highlights are spread / separated.

This is one of the implications of using this type of highlight matching.

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