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  • Re: Searching with Strong numbers

    Once again, very grateful for fast help. The lemma is in the LXX. That was not the problem. Copying the purple arrow is what I had already managed to do. I now also got the green box with results. I think I was looking at "ranked" and not "By resource". It all works fine now. I obviously need more practice - doing my best Thank you and best wishes for
    Posted to Logos 8 by Mark Hale on Sat, Dec 29 2018
  • Re: Searching with Strong numbers

    Thank you very much for the quick reply. I am quite a bit further. However, I am having trouble with step 4 above. I tried opening the LXX interlinear in a new window on the left, but if I search all open resources, I get a new tab in the left pane with results in the ESV (and any other translations I have open in the right hand pane) but not the LXX
    Posted to Logos 8 by Mark Hale on Sat, Dec 29 2018
  • Searching with Strong numbers

    I am using Logos 8 on a Desktop. I sometimes struggle with basic tasks. I am now trying to search a particular Greek word in the LXX using a Strong number. I am looking in the Lexham Greek-English Interlinear Septuagint. I am sure it should be quite simple, but I cannot get it to work. Should I maybe search with a lemma rather than a Strong number?
    Posted to Logos 8 by Mark Hale on Sat, Dec 29 2018
  • Re: How to create notes not linked to a specific translation

    Thank you very much. Yes, both solutions work. I switch between mobile and desktop, and how forgotten how it worked.
    Posted to Logos Notes by Mark Hale on Mon, Dec 24 2018
  • How to create notes not linked to a specific translation

    I am now using Logos 8, and am struggling how to create Notes. In Logos 7 I found two ways to create Notes, one generic for all translations and one specifically for one translation. Some notes I had to create again as I had created the wrong sort (only linked to one translation) by mistake. In Logos 8 I am stuck as I can't find anywhere how to remove
    Posted to Logos Notes by Mark Hale on Sun, Dec 23 2018
  • Re: Synchronizing reading plan

    It is a "custom" reading plan. Initially at the beginning of the year I started a new reading plan on the desktop, chose "Custom Reading Plan", and entered Jan 1 as starting date, and entered readings for each day manually. Jan 1 was the date shown. I clicked on "Type in a reference" and entered an abbreviation for the chapter, clicked on the full book
    Posted to Android Apps by Mark Hale on Mon, Jul 11 2016
  • Re: Synchronizing reading plan

    No, it is not on the home page. But then I cannot remember it being there when it used to work. I checked the options for the home page, i.e. Edit Sections. The two which are not flagged are: Today's Readings and Reading Plan Invitations. But adding these does not solve the issue.
    Posted to Android Apps by Mark Hale on Mon, Jul 11 2016
  • Re: Synchronizing reading plan

    This is the first section. Lower down the page (after Verse of the day, comes Faithlife today and News.
    Posted to Android Apps by Mark Hale on Mon, Jul 11 2016
  • Synchronizing reading plan

    I had a reading plan on the desktop which synchronized on the app and I could read in both. I might have messed this up when I got behind. So I created a new one. It is a custom reading plan. On the desktop this works fine. See example below. However, on the app, I can see the reading plan as a document, but not see the dates. The only option I can
    Posted to Android Apps by Mark Hale on Mon, Jul 11 2016
  • Re: Create new reading plan by copying old one

    Thanks. Yes, that worked. Just needed to play with the date. Solved. I hadn't seen that option.
    Posted to Logos 6 by Mark Hale on Wed, Jun 29 2016
  • Create new reading plan by copying old one

    Is it possible with Logos 6 on the desktop to create a new reading plan by copying an old one? I want to create a new "Custom Reading Plan", but rather than start from scratch, I would like to copy an existing one and work from there. I do not want to edit the old one. The reason for doing this is that I was using a custom reading plan for a calendar
    Posted to Logos 6 by Mark Hale on Wed, Jun 29 2016
  • Re: Import Reading Plan

    I realise it is not possible to import a reading plan, but I am trying to copy one, so create a new one based on an old one. I was using a custom reading plan, hadn't entered all dates yet, but used it, and kept updating adding an extra month to the plan. However, I got a bit behind, and got past the last date. No problem for the desktop, I could add
    Posted to Logos 6 by Mark Hale on Wed, Jun 29 2016
  • Re: Using personal notes with different translations

    [quote user="Richard DeRuiter"] The only way I know of is to create a new note tied to the reference and copy/paste the content from one note to the next. I'm sure that's not what you wanted to hear. It [/quote] I need to test this further. When I add a note on the desktop ("Add a note to Emphasis Markup") I see it in the tab "Emphasis Markup" with
    Posted to Android Apps by Mark Hale on Sun, Jul 28 2013
  • Re: Using personal notes with different translations

    Thanks for the quick reply. I'm using Logos 5 on the desktop. How can I see / how can I change the setting "tie to content" of "tie to reference"?
    Posted to Android Apps by Mark Hale on Sun, Jul 28 2013
  • Using personal notes with different translations

    I regularly make notes in the Android app, which then show under "Emphasis Markup" on my desktop. However, these are linked to a specific translation. Partly because I use a Bible in two languages, I use different translations, but would really like to be able to see all my notes independent of the translation I was using at the time. Is this possible
    Posted to Android Apps by Mark Hale on Sun, Jul 28 2013
  • Re: Opening resources in split screen mode

    Victor, Yes, thanks. This is what I was looking for, but had not realised it worked.
    Posted to Android Apps by Mark Hale on Sun, Jul 14 2013
  • Opening resources in split screen mode

    With the Android app in split screen mode, how do I determine which screen is replaced when opening a new resource? I often have two Bibles open and want to replace one by a commentary but then sometimes the wrong screen is replaced.
    Posted to Android Apps by Mark Hale on Mon, Jul 8 2013
  • Re: Searching on lemma

    Initially (after update and sychronisation) the result was the same. But when trying it for a second time to capture screen it now works. Thanks.
    Posted to Logos 5 by Mark Hale on Wed, Apr 17 2013
  • Re: Searching on lemma

    I open a Bible passage. e.g. ESV and select a word Then with "right click" get the menu, click on Lemma, and click on "Search this resource": That seems to give the correct search arguments, but the result is zero: Hope this is clear.
    Posted to Logos 5 by Mark Hale on Wed, Apr 17 2013
  • Searching on lemma

    I have Logos 5 bronze base package. When selecting a word and choosing lemma search brings up no results, does that mean that my base package is too limited? Do I have to upgrade to get this feature to work? I am following the exact example as given in the DVD What's new from MP Seminars.
    Posted to Logos 5 by Mark Hale on Tue, Apr 16 2013
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