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  • Re: Oxford Latin Dictionary Incomplete

    I checked and I was not able to right/left arrow over from "ventus" in another dictionary to "uentus" in OLD. My Dictionary of the Vulgate New Testament has the entry "uentus," so I could arrow over to and from OLD for that entry. My Elementary Latin Dictionary , which has "ventus," would not go to OLD "uentus."
    Posted to General by David Dickenson on Sat, Jan 9 2021
  • Re: Oxford Latin Dictionary Incomplete

    OHHHH.... I see now. Thank you. This solves my "problem."
    Posted to General by David Dickenson on Fri, Jan 8 2021
  • Re: Oxford Latin Dictionary Incomplete

    I will attach a screenshot. The U and V entries are indeed separate. The problem I am having is that the V entries are limited to capitalized words (mostly proper names but also, for instance, adjectives based on a name). I have tried to type in various words to search for entries that should be there (ventus, for instance), and the entry is simply
    Posted to General by David Dickenson on Fri, Jan 8 2021
  • Oxford Latin Dictionary Incomplete

    Has anyone else purchased the Oxford Latin Dictionary, 2nd edition, and found that it is incomplete? For example, the only entries under "V" are proper names. I emailed Logos support a long while back (perhaps two years or more ago) and was told that they were working on it.
    Posted to General by David Dickenson on Tue, Dec 29 2020
  • Re: 11 Gen Intel Processor (BEWARE)

    Never mind, I think I have figured it out.
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by David Dickenson on Fri, Nov 20 2020
  • Re: 11 Gen Intel Processor (BEWARE)

    How do I run a command prompt?
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by David Dickenson on Fri, Nov 20 2020
  • Re: OpenText.org Word Order Search

    I figured out how to do the search. If anyone is curious how to do it, I have attached a screenshot of what the search should look like. It just took me a while to figure out how to recreate the order I saw in the opentext clause annotation. One of the more difficult things for me to figure out was how to organize the subsequent clause components after
    Posted to General by David Dickenson on Sun, Nov 5 2017
  • OpenText.org Word Order Search

    I could use some help. I am trying to do a syntax search in the opentext.org database for a specific clausal word order. The primary clause from 1 Cor. 14:18 in the upper right of the screenshot I have attached is the pattern I would like to search. That is, I want to see if there are other instances in the NT where a definer is followed by a qualifier
    Posted to General by David Dickenson on Sun, Nov 5 2017
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