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  • Re: Why is creating collections (not) redundant?

    [quote user="Gordon"] Collections are also dynamic (as opposed to tagging) resources. When I create an author collection such as: Author:"Carson, D.A.", any subsequent resources by this author automatically go to this collection. I also find using collections easier to use in accessing my commentaries because of the PRS feature. [/quote] That's a thing
    Posted to General by Michel Pauw on Mon, Jan 18 2021
  • Re: Why is creating collections (not) redundant?

    [quote user="Graham Criddle"] I create a range of Commentary sections in a Custom Passage Guide and populate those with different Collections. Similarly you can add Collections to different sections in the Cited By Tool These are not possible just by using tagging.[/quote] It looks like you can now do that using 'mytag:'
    Posted to General by Michel Pauw on Mon, Jan 18 2021
  • Why is creating collections (not) redundant?

    If you've carefully tagged all your resources, would that make creating collections redundant? I can see the benefit of creating collections for parallel resource sets, but apart from that, I think almost everywhere you can use 'mytag:...' to instantly create a collection. Am I overlooking something? Can someone share a purpose of Collections (apart
    Posted to General by Michel Pauw on Sat, Jan 16 2021
  • Re: How to report desired additions/corrections to a dataset?

    Posted to General by Michel Pauw on Sun, Jan 3 2021
  • How to report desired additions/corrections to a dataset?

    Deuteronomy starts with a long discourse Deut. 1:6 all the way through Deut. 4:40, which is all spoken by Moses. However, Logos has only tagged Deut. 1:6 - 2:34a as being spoken by Moses ({Speaker <Person Moses>}. As a result, trying to find passages where Moses pleads (like with: <Sense to plead> AND {Speaker <Person Moses>} won't
    Posted to General by Michel Pauw on Sun, Jan 3 2021
  • Re: How to only display highlighted text from your Bible?

    Thank, Dave, that worked in a split second! My own suggestion - with only an asterisk - actually did work, but as I said it took Logos ages to generate the search results, while yours did it in a second. Thanks, again!
    Posted to General by Michel Pauw on Thu, Dec 31 2020
  • How to only display highlighted text from your Bible?

    I highlighted passages in my NIV and now I want to somehow only display the highlighted text. How do I go about that? I tried searching in my highlights (in the notes tool), but that feature apparently only searches through the notes that are anchored to the highlighted text. I tried a Bible Search (see below), but that search never finishes (I have
    Posted to General by Michel Pauw on Thu, Dec 31 2020
  • Re: Clause search LXX doesn't work properly

    Thanks, voted!
    Posted to General by Michel Pauw on Sun, Nov 29 2020
  • Re: Clause search LXX doesn't work properly

    [quote user="Denise"]Your 2nd image is using Cascadia-Deutero for syntax. LXX only has Deutero; presumably vote for LXX syntax tagging last week (earlier, LXX Cascadia prepub failed).[/quote] That's correct, it's the only option Logos gives me for the LXX. What do you mean by 'vote for LXX syntax tagging last week'?
    Posted to General by Michel Pauw on Sun, Nov 29 2020
  • Clause search LXX doesn't work properly

    What am I doing wrong? Why are the passages Gen. 22:1, Ex. 15:25, 16:4 and 20:20 (see left side of the screenshot) and others not included in the clause search on the right? I can see that Ex. 15:25 and 16:4 are not included, because the word θεός is not in the text, but clearly Gen. 22:1 should be included, as well as Ex. 20:20
    Posted to General by Michel Pauw on Sun, Nov 29 2020
  • Re: New in Logos 9: Factbook redesign

    [quote user="SineNomine"]Check the Subject tagging of the 'missing' resources. If none of their subjects are "money", they won't appear in "Books from Your Library" for "Money".[/quote] Nope, that doesn't seem to be the problem: both journals that show up are not tagged 'money' they do have 'money' as their subject but then, there is another resource
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Michel Pauw on Thu, Nov 12 2020
  • Re: New in Logos 9: Factbook redesign

    [quote user="Mike Binks"]If you give us some example we can test for you. [/quote] Here's an example: If I want to pull the Factbook on 'Money' I would expect that Logos would pull up at least all of the 9 resources in my library that have 'money' in the title. Instead, the Factbooks only refers to the two journals.
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Michel Pauw on Thu, Nov 12 2020
  • Re: New in Logos 9: Factbook redesign

    How do I get resources in the 'Books from Your Library' section of the Factbook? Too often it says 'no results' while I for sure know that I have some books in my library that deal with the topic and even have the topic key term in the title.
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Michel Pauw on Thu, Nov 12 2020
  • Re: Advice on Method of Note managing

    Great responses so far. I have a lot of notebooks at the moment, but it is tedious to constantly find/change notebooks if a note belongs to a particular one. That's why I tend towards going Liam's way. However, I had not yet seen someone having such an approach. Anybody else with a minimal number of notebooks? What's your experience? @Liam, why do you
    Posted to General by Michel Pauw on Mon, Nov 9 2020
  • Re: Link a prioritized Latin lexicon to all Latin texts in Perseus

    [quote user="Graham Criddle"] When I double-click a Latin word, Whitaker's Dictionary does open What are you seeing? [/quote] That was a bit silly of me. I now in fact did prioritize Whitaker, and it nicely opens up when I double-click. I was a bit narrowed in my thinking of only Latin Perseus texts, but this works perfectly well.
    Posted to General by Michel Pauw on Sun, Nov 8 2020
  • Advice on Method of Note managing

    Let's say you are in college and you want to use Logos for note taking. You take a course in History of Western Philosophy and each session in the course focus on a certain philosopher or stream of philosophers: two lectures on pre-socratic philosophy, one on Plato, one on Aristotle, etc. How would you go about with your note taking? Create a notebook
    Posted to General by Michel Pauw on Sun, Nov 8 2020
  • Link a prioritized Latin lexicon to all Latin texts in Perseus

    What would be the best approach if you want to double-click on any Latin word in any (!) Latin text from the Perseus library, in order to open your favorite Latin lexicon? In fact, I would love that at double-clicking a Latin word in any Latin text within the Perseus collection, Logos would open up Whitaker, Dictionary of Latin Forms . But if that's
    Posted to General by Michel Pauw on Sat, Nov 7 2020
  • Re: Seeking advice from experienced Personal Book makers

    Thank you all, for your valuable suggestions! It sounds like it will still be a whole lot of work.
    Posted to General by Michel Pauw on Wed, Nov 4 2020
  • Re: Seeking advice from experienced Personal Book makers

    Yeah, I wish there would be a macro available to do this semi-automatically. I mean, this would be a terrible job. By the time you finish you hate your book so much that you'll never use it again ;-).
    Posted to General by Michel Pauw on Tue, Nov 3 2020
  • Re: Retrieving the original file of a Personal Book

    That was a smart suggestion! Unfortunately, it doesn't export all the milestones, so you need to go through the whole process again...
    Posted to General by Michel Pauw on Tue, Nov 3 2020
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