My default translation is NKJV, Occasionally, I like to include others, RT works for ESV, but if I use AMP it only pops up with NKJV. Example LK 42:21a, AMP. So I have in these instances just wrote out the verse in the desired translation. You can see this on my blog at lucottos.blogspot.com. Thanks for any help.
Michael Alderman:Example LK 42:21a, AMP.
I'm sure you meant Lk 24:21a (not Lk 42)?
From what I understand about how this works, the 'a' in the citation is what's throwing this off. Logos can't decipher that, since there is no consensus on what an 'a' portion of a text is (even if there is pretty clear grammatical division). And so, the 'a' is disrupting the decoding of the version to display.
If you change your citation to something like "the first part of Lk 24:21, AMP" or some such, is should work as designed.
EDIT: Hmm. That isn't working either. Are you sure that the AMP is available as a reftagger version? Let's see if Lk 24:21, NIV works
EDIT2: Yes it does. I suspect that a further issue may be that reftagger isn't recognizing AMP as a version, either because it doesn't have that version, or because it uses a different short name for it.
Help links: WIKI; Videos; Logos 5 FAQ (Phil. 2:14, NIV)
AMP is not currently available, so reftagger falls back to another version (NKJV here).
Does anyone know if the AMP version will ever be available?