Sorry to post, but I have not been able to find an answer.
I recently migrated from Windows OS to Mac. In Windows when I want to assign a verse in notes you simply highlighted the word/phrase, right-clicked, and a window appeared that allowed you to tag the word/phrase. I have been unable to figure out how to do that in Mac OS.
eg; when I type John 4:4 I want to be able to hover over that verse a windowed screen appears with that verse.
It worked in Windows. Is there a way to do it in Mac OS.
Hope it is clear. Thank you all for the help.
Joe B:Sorry to post, but I have not been able to find an answer.
No reason to apologize… you are supposed to ask! Thats what we are here for.
Joe B: I have been unable to figure out how to do that in Mac OS.
I am not fully sure if I understand… but I will take a stab. If I am not getting your question, try again!
When you add a note, you can add it to the reference, or to the selection. Is this what you were looking for? If you want the note to appear in all versified resources (i.e. bible translations), click "reference." If you want to just attach it to the word or phrase, click "selection."
Also, you may need to open up the note file that you want to save it to first. In my screen shot below, I had "Devotional Highlights" file open. If the note file you want to use isn't showing up, make sure to open it first.
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Joe B:eg; when I type John 4:4 I want to be able to hover over that verse a windowed screen appears with that verse.
Wonder if thread reply => http://community.logos.com/forums/p/44339/330542.aspx#330542 shows desired verse pop-up ?
Wiki Mac and PC User Interface Differences has => Feature Parity that includes:
PC Notes can automatically hyperlink scripture in notes while hyperlink can be manually added on Mac
Logos Wiki Getting Started Logos 5 Beta
Believe I have the answer.
Needed to use the "chain-link"looking icon, then insert the verse.
Then, when I hover over the highlighted verse a hover window opens that verse.
Thanks for the assist.
No, no, no. This is not working. When i use my iPad I simply highlight the passage, add the note, and it automatically assigns an icon and syncs with my MAC.
I must be doing something wrong. My older (since the latest release) work fine. But when I add a new note now nothing happens. I cannot even get the little icon box to show up let alone get the hover box to come up over the verse.
What am I doing wrong???
Thanks for the help!
The MAC OS is killing me! Too many differences. How do I get that window to open???
Joe B:How do I get that window to open???
Right - Click on a mouse; Control - Click on a trackpad.