BUG: Bible Datatype does not appear in PBB TOC

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Jack Caviness | Forum Activity | Posted: Thu, Jun 7 2012 4:29 PM | Locked

The title pretty well describes the problem, but 2 pictures are worth much

The 6:1-2 here is formatted as Heading 3 just like the other 3 references.

 

Bible datatype is necessary for L4 Mac to recognize the Scripture reference, but

 that takes away the heading in the TOC. 

This appears to be two faults with L4 Mac:

1) The verse reference should be automatically recognized, but very few are without the book name. 

2) Datatype label should appear in the TOC.

Same problem exists in L4 Win

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Tonya J Ross | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Jun 20 2012 10:48 AM | Locked

Don't get confused, but this is going to be in reverse order. Wink

Jack Caviness:
2) Datatype label should appear in the TOC.

I think you are probably right about this.  I will make a case for this issue.

Jack Caviness:
1) The verse reference should be automatically recognized, but very few are without the book name. 

I'm not sure I'm understanding you correctly on this point.  Do you mean that '6:1-2' should be recognized as a reference without including 'Romans' anywhere in the syntax? (Maybe drawing that information based on the last hyperlink/reference?)

Jack Caviness:
Bible datatype is necessary for L4 Mac to recognize the Scripture reference

Recognize it in what way?  Again, I think I may be misunderstanding what you are trying to say/accomplish.  I didn't see any obvious behavioral difference between '[[6:1—2 >> Bible:Romans 6:1-2]]' and '[[6:1—2 >> Romans 6:1-2]]' when I compiled my PB. 

Jack Caviness:
The 6:1-2 here is formatted as Heading 3 just like the other 3 references.

Are the other three references (besides also being Heading 3 items) formatted in exactly the same way as the first?  If you want to post/send me your document that might be helpful (logos4feedback@logos.com).  Any other details you might think pertinent would also be appreciated.  Thanks Jack! Smile

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Jack Caviness | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Jun 20 2012 12:04 PM | Locked

Tonya J Ross:
Are the other three references (besides also being Heading 3 items) formatted in exactly the same way as the first?

No. The other three references were not yet formatted as Bible datatype. Once I added the Bible datatype, they also disappeared from the TOC.

Tonya J Ross:

Jack Caviness:
1) The verse reference should be automatically recognized, but very few are without the book name. 

I'm not sure I'm understanding you correctly on this point.  Do you mean that '6:1-2' should be recognized as a reference without including 'Romans' anywhere in the syntax?

The line at the top of this page contained a reference to Romans 6:1-14. Perhaps I am expecting too much of Logos Geeked

Tonya J Ross:
 If you want to post/send me your document that might be helpful (logos4feedback@logos.com).

I have changed the problem headings to add the book name. Then added a Bible milestone. Do you still want the file? It is very much a work in progress.

My main problem is that adding a Bible datatype to the 6:1-2 removes it from the TOC.

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Tonya J Ross | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Jun 20 2012 1:34 PM | Locked

Jack Caviness:
The other three references were not yet formatted as Bible datatype. Once I added the Bible datatype, they also disappeared from the TOC.

Ok, that's what I wanted to know.  Just wanted to make sure all the variables were covered.  In that case, I probably don't need your document.  Thanks!

Jack Caviness:
Perhaps I am expecting too much of Logos Geeked

I don't know if this kind of behavior is possible (it might be) but I can see how it would be really troublesome in certain cases (even if it would be pretty helpful in a case like this.)

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