Highlight greek/hebrew words in text

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Charles Leidig | Forum Activity | Posted: Sat, Nov 14 2015 7:12 PM

In prior versions, when there was a Greek/Hebrew word in ESL (or other) then that "word" was highlighted in the text (NASB95 only) everywhere regardless of how it was translated. This was a key feature for me. I was told to repost here since there is a way to set it up in Logos 6.

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Dave Hooton | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Nov 14 2015 10:54 PM

Welcome Charles

The Libronix version of the NASB had a few unique features that have now been superseded in Logos 6, but I can't remember that! The nearest equivalent of that is the Corresponding Words visual filter. If set to show lemmas, it will highlight all other instances if you click a word in the NASB or any other reverse interlinear bible, like ESV. There are a couple of requirements:

  1. a suitable Logos 6 base package or Crossgrade (to get the reverse interlinear datasets); and
  2. a Logos Now subscription (to get the Corresponding Words feature)

Otherwise, we are talking about a lemma search which will highlight all occurrences of that lemma in the text:

Right click the word (e.g. "official"), then select the lemma, then Inline Search

The results will be highlighted in the NASB

If you can perform this Search, it won't cost you anything; else you will require at least a Crossgrade (which will give you a lot of essential features anyway).

Let us know how you go, and what base packages you have.


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