Copy/Paste - Insert Logos URL instead of citation?

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Michael | Forum Activity | Posted: Wed, Jan 2 2019 7:16 AM

Is there a way to have a Logos URL added when you copy/paste something instead of a citation style?  When I'm creating notes for myself it's more useful to have the Logos URL so I can click directly to the resources and also take up less space then to have the full citation.

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Levi Durfey | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Jan 2 2019 10:49 AM

Hi Michael,

You can have the citation include a hyperlink to the Logos resource. To do this, go to the "Program Settings," find "Hyperlink Copied Settings" and check it as "Yes." The hyperlink will open your web browser and then open Logos to the resource. You would have to delete the remaining part of the citation if you want to conserve space.

The only other way is to manually "Copy Location As" L4 (it's in the Resource Panel menu). This will give you a link that would directly open a Logos resource (it skips the web browser part). But you would have to configure it as a hyperlink in your Word Processor. And you have to copy it separately from the quote you are copying.

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