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  • Visual Filter with a beginning capitol letter

    I created a visual filter to highlight the word "God" in my Bible. But, I discovered, it also highlighted "god." Can a filter be set up so only "God" is highlighted?
    Posted to General by Pat Brown on Sat, Feb 3 2018
  • Re: Vissual Filter highlights English, based on the Hebrew

    That's what I was thinking. If the temporary option does what I want, I will go with it. But I think I will need to use your suggestion to get what I want. I hope everyone has had a Merry Christmas today. Our family certainly did.
    Posted to General by Pat Brown on Mon, Dec 25 2017
  • Re: Vissual Filter highlights English, based on the Hebrew

    Well, now I have one question and two good answers! I think I will follow the path of least resistance and use the Corresponding Words. But I may decide to go with my first thought. I'll play around with both ideas. Thanks for another viewpoint.
    Posted to General by Pat Brown on Mon, Dec 25 2017
  • Re: Vissual Filter highlights English, based on the Hebrew

    Well, now I have one question and two good answers! I think I will follow the path of least resistance and use the Corresponding Words. But I may decide to go with my first thought. I'll play around with both ideas. Thanks for another viewpoint.
    Posted to General by Pat Brown on Mon, Dec 25 2017
  • Re: Vissual Filter highlights English, based on the Hebrew

    YES!!! Thanks for the Christmas Present. I'm sorry... I didn't get you one!
    Posted to General by Pat Brown on Sun, Dec 24 2017
  • Vissual Filter highlights English, based on the Hebrew

    I'm slowly learning one thing and the other about Visual Filters (thanks to you). Can I use this feature for this purpose? In the ESV, Jonah 1:9 has the word "fear." 1:10 has the word "afraid." Both come from the same Hebrew root. I'd like to set up a filter that would use the same Highlighting format on each English word, based on their common Hebrew
    Posted to General by Pat Brown on Sun, Dec 24 2017
  • Re: Regarding Notes Files

    That's it! I hadn't used this option for a small amount of time and just forgot that one "little" distinction. What a difference a little distinction makes! Thanks again
    Posted to Logos 7 by Pat Brown on Sat, Nov 11 2017
  • Regarding Notes Files

    IN THE PAST, I would select a verse and pick the Note file I wanted from the left side of the Context Menu and then add my note in the Comment Section. There was nothing in the Title section, nor did I add anything. The result was a "sticky note" that preceded that verse. NOW, after selecting the verse and clicking on the Notes File, part of the verse
    Posted to Logos 7 by Pat Brown on Fri, Nov 10 2017
  • Re: New Feature: Corresponding Notes and Highlights (Feature)

    Perhaps. If so, I had forgotten. Sorry if I misled anyone.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Pat Brown on Sat, Oct 21 2017
  • Re: Set highlight styles for particular words in Isaiah

    I'm glad to see you're still smiling. I did such a dumb thing and am surprised your picture doesn't have you rolling your eyes!!! Pat
    Posted to Logos 7 by Pat Brown on Sat, Oct 21 2017
  • Re: New Feature: Corresponding Notes and Highlights (Feature)

    This may be old news by now, but I do not have Logos Now. I only have Bronze 7. And this worked for me--quickly and easily..
    Posted to Logos 7 by Pat Brown on Sat, Oct 21 2017
  • Re: Easily marking favorite verses in all my Bibles

    Thanks guys for the assistance. Now that the week-end is here, I will work with this corresponding suggestion. Also thanks for letting me know this only works with Bibles with interlinear. The main Bible I'm using this year doesn't have that so I know I'm wasting my time to try and make this work with it. I'll work with this option with another Bible
    Posted to General by Pat Brown on Sat, Oct 21 2017
  • Easily marking favorite verses in all my Bibles

    As I read through my favorite Bible, I mark certain verses with a blue underline. If I want to add extra importance to the verse, I also highlight it in yellow. If I think this is an important verse in one Bible, I think it's important in all my Bibles. Is there some method where marking in one Bible, marks all other Bibles in my library, using the
    Posted to General by Pat Brown on Sat, Oct 14 2017
  • Re: Why all the bundling? Request to Logos/Faithlife staff

    I'm glad to hear that Logos is looking into this issue. Like others, I'd rather spend more on the one stand-alone book. It's not a bargain if I have to spend an extra $50 on books I don't want. And, like others, I've had to and be practical keep my money in my wallet.
    Posted to General by Pat Brown on Sat, Oct 14 2017
  • Re: Set highlight styles for particular words in Isaiah

    I got it! And, sure nuff, it is really simple and obvious and I feel just as dumb as I thought I would. I'm not missing the middle step. I was missing the first step. You open Visual Filters in the document Tab. That's what I was missing!!! I was thinking you did the search from your Bible and was trying to make it work from there. I just don't know
    Posted to Logos 7 by Pat Brown on Sun, Oct 1 2017
  • Re: Set highlight styles for particular words in Isaiah

    Thanks for your input again, KS4J. I understand the last step in your instructions where I pair the word Judah with the desired highlighting style. I'm going to refer to that screen as the "Pairing Screen." And I remember using this screen in August. I remember giving it a name and entering my 14 key words on the left of the screen and pairing each
    Posted to Logos 7 by Pat Brown on Sun, Oct 1 2017
  • Re: Set highlight styles for particular words in Isaiah

    David , it's the middle step I'm missing. I did this only one time and it was just last month but I only remember the beginning and the end. When I look on my Document Tab for Visual Filters I can see this one. I see the search parameters (the beginning) and the boxes side by side with the word on the left and the highlighting style on the right (the
    Posted to Logos 7 by Pat Brown on Sat, Sep 30 2017
  • Re: Set highlight styles for particular words in Isaiah

    I'm still doing research on this and discovered I have 7 items regarding Visual Filters from my Documents Tab. One is called "Important Words in Isaiah." The Search parameters are All Bible Text, in Isaiah , in All Bibles for... and then the results of this search are displayed. On the left is the word "Judah" and on the right is "Wavy Brown." The same
    Posted to Logos 7 by Pat Brown on Sat, Sep 30 2017
  • Re: Set highlight styles for particular words in Isaiah

    Thanks for your response. But I wasn't clear. Visual Filters show or hide things that have already been marked . I'm trying to figure out how to do a certain type of marking. I want to take a certain book (for instance, Isaiah) and mark a word in this book, (for instance, Judah) and mark Judah with a wavy brown underline (a style I have set up). But
    Posted to Logos 7 by Pat Brown on Sat, Sep 30 2017
  • Re: Set highlight styles for particular words in Isaiah

    Thank you for your response to my question. I'm not asking about visual filters, because that shows or hides things that have already been marked. I'm having trouble with doing the marking. And you may be right. Perhaps there is no way to do highlighting in the manner I wish. Again, thanks Pat
    Posted to Logos 7 by Pat Brown on Sat, Sep 30 2017
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