Notes and Highlights vs Notes and Highlights (Corresponding)

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Doc B | Forum Activity | Posted: Fri, Aug 23 2019 11:55 AM

Can someone give me a quick functional difference between these two VF choices?

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JT (alabama24) | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Aug 23 2019 12:32 PM

“Corresponding“ should mean “highlights you have taken in a different bible appearing in your current one”. This only works with resources with RI’s owned or subscribed 

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Kevin | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Aug 23 2019 12:37 PM

'Notes and Highlights' will show highlights specific to the bible version that you are in, and notes that are not specific to a bible version.

'Notes and Highlights (Corresponding)' will show highlights specific to other bible versions.

Eg  - You are in the ESV...

  • A note anchored to Jn 1:1 ESV will show if 'Notes and Highlights' is selected in the ESV
  • A note anchored to Jn 1:1 will show if 'Notes and Highlights' is selected in the ESV
  • A note anchored to Jn 1:1 NIV will show if 'Notes and Highlights (Corresponding)' is selected in the ESV

All the above assume that you have the relevant notebook selected by expanding the 'Notes and Highlights' or 'Notes and Highlights (Corresponding)' sections from the visual filter in the ESV.

Edit -  As JT points out, the corresponding ones will work if they have a reverse interlinear.

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