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Jeremy | Forum Activity | Posted: Wed, Jul 21 2010 3:00 PM

- I wish I could force Logos on the iPhone to only search through a certain collection when doing say a passage guide search. That might speed things up a bit. Will we ever be able to do that?

- There is still a misspelling for the NT Background Commentary. The : should be one space over. Sorry, I am picky.

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Chuck P. | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Jul 21 2010 4:29 PM

I'm picky also...I read a lot on my IPhone and wish there was a way to report typos....I am currently reading the book "Selected Sermons of George Whitefield" and have reported many typos after reading about half of it...but, I have to go back to my computer, bring up the book and go line for line to find the errors....it takes quite a bit of time and sometimes I wonder "Why am I doing all this work for nothing"?  But I think, product improvement is always good.  It would be nice when a typo was reported the first time that Logos would give a small amount of credit on my account for helping to improve their product which could be applied to future purchases....

Chuck

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Josh Neighbors | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Jul 22 2010 12:50 PM

Not sure if this is the answer to your question or not, but lets say you want to do a "passage guide" search within a particular collection. If you already have a collection set up in Logos 4, it will be reflected on your iphone (assuming that the titles are iphone accessible.)

Here's how to do it while reading your Bible on iPhone:

  1. Swipe up to get the menu
  2. Select "Search for Citations" instead of Passage Guide
  3. Tap "Entire Library"
  4. Choose your desired "Collection"
  5. Browse through the resources within your collection that site your passage.

Or maybe, you want to do a word study within a particular collection. Here's how to do that:

  1. Hold down on the word
  2. Select "Search the Bible for ________"
  3. Tap "Basic"
  4. Tap "Entire Library"
  5. Choose your desired "Collection"
  6. Browse through the resources within your collection that site the word.

Maybe this is the solution you were looking for?

 

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Jeremy | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Jul 22 2010 3:42 PM

Where do you find "search for citations"?

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Josh Neighbors | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Jul 27 2010 3:13 PM

If you're reading a Bible on Logos for iPhone, swipe your finger up over the text. You should have a menu pop up. "Search for Citations" should be one of the options. 

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