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  • Re: Searching for Intertextual Quotations

    [quote user="Rick Brannan (Faithlife)"] You can narrow it down by using "Corpus": {Label Intertext WHERE Corpus="New Testament" AND Relationship="Quotation"} [/quote] This is helpful, Rick. Is there any way to get Logos to only highlight the OT quotation and not the whole verse?
    Posted to Logos 8 by Harry Hahne on Fri, Jan 31 2020
  • Re: Displaying full footnotes in a resource

    Here is an example of the UBS 5 text in the left panel. I set Footnotes on and 1 column display. No footnotes are included with the biblical text. In the right panel the footnotes are shown in Power Lookup. But there are no footnote numbers or letters, so it is very confusing. Also, only part of each footnote is shown in Power Lookup. By contrast, here
    Posted to Logos 8 by Harry Hahne on Fri, Jan 31 2020
  • Searching for Intertextual Quotations

    I want to find places where there are quotations of a particular Old Testament passage in the New Testament. I searched on the Intertext label as follows: {Label Intertext WHERE Relationship="Quotation"} When I do this, Logos highlights biblical passages that are quoted by the Church Fathers, Josephus, Jewish Pseudepigrapha, etc. I don't want places
    Posted to Logos 8 by Harry Hahne on Fri, Jan 31 2020
  • Re: Visual filter for all quotations (OT and NT)

    If you want to change the display of the whole quotation, create a Visual Filter with the following search: <LDGNT = Reported Speech> OR <LDHB = Reported Speech> LDGNT searches on the Lexham Discourse Greek New Testament discourse tags. LDHB searches on Lexham Discourse Hebrew Bible discourse tags I created a visual filter like this and
    Posted to Logos 8 by Harry Hahne on Fri, Jan 31 2020
  • Re: Visual filter for all quotations (OT and NT)

    [quote user="Josh Landers"]I want to highlight all quotations of speech[/quote] Sorry -- I misunderstood. The start of a quotation is indicated by the megaphone icon in the text of a Bible. To turn this on, go to the Visual Filters and select Speaker Labels.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Harry Hahne on Fri, Jan 31 2020
  • Re: Visual filter for all quotations (OT and NT)

    I just figured out that the correct search for Scripture as the speaker is {Speaker <Thing Scripture>}. So this would add a lot of additional OT sources. Sadly Logos does not tag all OT quotations with Scripture as the author. So you would still have to search on all biblical authors. I don't know if there is a list of all of the Speaker tags
    Posted to Logos 8 by Harry Hahne on Fri, Jan 31 2020
  • Re: Visual filter for all quotations (OT and NT)

    You can do find where Isaiah is quoted with the search {Speaker <Person Isaiah>} and limiting the Visual Filter to New Testament. For the Pentateuch, {Speaker <Person Moses>} seems to work. You could add all of the OT books that are quoted in the NT to this visual filter. It might even be an advantage, since you could use a different color
    Posted to Logos 8 by Harry Hahne on Fri, Jan 31 2020
  • Suggestion: Search within Interactive tools

    It would be so helpful to search within the Interactive tools, such as Names of God and New Testament Use of Old Testament. It is tedious to click your way through the various filters to find a particular verse where the New Testament uses the Old Testament or a particular name of God. If you search on on of these Tools, it only shows the name of the
    Posted to Logos 8 by Harry Hahne on Fri, Jan 31 2020
  • Re: Names of God: Interactive missing ABBA and need a distinction between NT Greek and the Apocyphal Greek listings

    I agree. I don't find either the Aramaic or Greek words for "father", which is a significant oversight.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Harry Hahne on Fri, Jan 31 2020
  • Displaying full footnotes in a resource

    I would like to view the full footnotes on the same screen as the text of a resource. The resource in question is the United Bible Societies Greek New Testament 5th edition (UBS5), which has extensive text critical footnotes that are essential for effective use of this resource for Bible study. I have tried Reading View with the Show Footnotes on Page
    Posted to Logos 8 by Harry Hahne on Fri, Jan 31 2020
  • Custom length of reading plan

    I want to set up a custom reading plan based on the chronological plan but for a different duration. Is there any way to customize the plan for length? The only change I could come up with was to change the frequency of reading.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Harry Hahne on Thu, Jan 16 2020
  • Re: Free upgrade to LES 2nd ed.

    [quote user="Kevin Clemens"]If you already own the Lexham English Septuagint, you can upgrade to the second edition for free right now:[/quote] Thanks for this great find! Does Faithlife intend to automatically update users who already have the first edition at some point?
    Posted to Logos 8 by Harry Hahne on Thu, Jan 16 2020
  • Re: Canvas - Move Bible text above existing text

    [quote user="PJ"]I'll try to answer the other questions in the previous post also:[/quote] Thanks for this information. Where are all of the Canvas commands documented? I don't find them in the Help file. I still find Canvas pretty finicky. I takes several tries to select what I want. How can I drag and drop just the selected words and not all of the
    Posted to Logos 8 by Harry Hahne on Sat, Dec 21 2019
  • Re: Canvas - Move Bible text above existing text

    [quote user="PJ"] [/quote] How did you move "was compelled to be circumcised" to the same line as "But not even Titus"? I tried selecting "was compelled to be circumcised" in Canvas and then Cut from the Context menu; then I clicked above the text and selected Paste Here from the Context menu. When I moved "was compelled to be circumcised" down to line
    Posted to Logos 8 by Harry Hahne on Wed, Dec 18 2019
  • Re: Canvas - Move Bible text above existing text

    [quote user="PJ"]Click outside the border of the text and drag over the phrase to select it.[/quote] Thanks. That is helpful, though not obvious. However, I still cannot see how to select an arbitrary selection of text. That does not neatly fall on a line. For example, in the example below, suppose I want to select "according to the elementary principles
    Posted to Logos 8 by Harry Hahne on Wed, Dec 18 2019
  • Re: Bug: Selection menu persists after Logos loses focus (8.7 beta 4 on Windows 10)

    [quote user="Philana R. Crouch"]What programs are you seeing this in?[/quote] The selection menu stays up no matter what program I switch to in Windows. I can only get rid of it if I change the focus back to Logos and click somewhere in Logos. I notice that the menu goes away if I click on another program with the mouse, but it stays up if I change
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Harry Hahne on Tue, Dec 17 2019
  • Re: Bug: Selection menu persists after Logos loses focus (8.7 beta 4 on Windows 10)

    [quote user="Philana R. Crouch"]This has been fixed in 8.8 RC [/quote] Although I have this problem less often than I used to, the problem is still not gone for me as of Logos 8.10.
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Harry Hahne on Mon, Dec 16 2019
  • Re: Bug 8.7 B1: Corresponding Selection not working

    In Logos 8.10, selecting NASB 1995 text highlights the text in the UBS5 Greek New Testament. But highlighting words and phrases in the UBS5 does not highlight the corresponding selection in the NASB. I have the same problem going from the NA28 to the NASB or the UBS5. It appears that this problem has not yet been completely resolved.
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Harry Hahne on Mon, Dec 16 2019
  • Canvas - Move Bible text above existing text

    In the Canvas, is there a way to move part of the Bible text above an earlier part of the passage. The following diagram shows what I want to do. In this example, I need to move "was compelled to be circumcised" above "who was with me." The only way I could figure out how to do it was to duplicate "was compelled to be circumcised" and move it above
    Posted to Logos 8 by Harry Hahne on Mon, Dec 16 2019
  • Re: Editing subjects list

    [quote user="DIsciple II"]You don't have to convince me, it's FL and their business model and they way they choose to process books.[/quote] Sorry. I did not mean to be offensive to you. I knew you were on the same page. I was building on what you said to nudge FL staff in the direction of adding LC subjects, since it would add value to all FL eBooks
    Posted to Logos 8 by Harry Hahne on Tue, Dec 10 2019
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