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  • Re: Personal book - including general information in the docx file

    It is too bad that this information cannot be embedded as fields in the document. I look forward to the day when we can distribute compiled personal books.
    Posted to Logos 5 by Harry Hahne on Wed, May 29 2013
  • Re: Bug in Sentence Diagramming

    [quote user="Jack Caviness"] You can select single words by holding down the Command (Control) key and clicking, or you can use the select tool and drag over a group of words [/quote] In Windows I need to hold down the Shift key and then click on multiple words one at a time. The Control key does nothing. I am not sure what you mean by "use the select
    Posted to Logos 5 by Harry Hahne on Wed, May 29 2013
  • Personal book - including general information in the docx file

    Is there any way to embed within the .docx file for a personal book, the Title, Author, Copyright, Description, Type and other general information about the book? I would like to distribute a personal book to my students and have all of this information automatically entered when the build the book. Are there any tips anywhere about how to build personal
    Posted to Logos 5 by Harry Hahne on Wed, May 29 2013
  • Re: Bug in Sentence Diagramming

    [quote user="Jack Caviness"] My experience with the join command seems to indicate that vertical placement is more important than horizontal. Words that are higher go to the right. [/quote] That appears to be the case. I have learned to only work with words on one line then join 2 groups into a larger group. It would be nice is you could mark the beginning
    Posted to Logos 5 by Harry Hahne on Tue, May 28 2013
  • Re: Greek Lemma Questions

    I agree with the concerns of the original post. I never knew that Logos does not find the irregular verb forms for some verbs. I frequently search on lemma with verbs that have second aorists and other tenses that are based on different stems. I had never encountered an instance where the irregular forms were not found. It seems to work fine for most
    Posted to General by Harry Hahne on Tue, May 28 2013
  • Re: Greek Morphological Search in ESV

    [quote user="Mark Barnes"]The Greek Morphology has changed[/quote] Do you know what has changed?
    Posted to Logos 5 by Harry Hahne on Tue, May 28 2013
  • Bug in Sentence Diagramming

    There is a bug in the "Join" command in the Sentence Diagram feature with the line diagram. If a sentence is split over several lines and you select several words, the words sometimes get moved out of order. For example, in 1 John 1:9 , if I join "He is faithful and righteous to forgive us our sins" it changes to "our faithful sins and righteous to
    Posted to Logos 5 by Harry Hahne on Mon, May 27 2013
  • Crash on search

    Since this version was installed, I have not been able to search. It always hesitates, the screen goes black and there is a forced close. I have the same problem in both Logos and Faithlife apps. I have version 2.3.12 (build 81) on a Samsung S3 and and Acer A100 tablet.
    Posted to Android Apps by Harry Hahne on Wed, May 22 2013
  • Slow down in filtering library

    Somewhere along the way in the various updates, the list of books in the library has started to really slow down. My library size has not really changed (2 or 3 new books added), but now it takes quite a long time to list the books in the library. The list is sorted by Title in the column view, as I always have done. It used to take a 1/2 to 1 second
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Harry Hahne on Thu, Mar 28 2013
  • Re: Globally replacing highlighting

    [quote user="alabama24"] Yes, but… Be careful. If you create a highlighter, you can change the highlighter at any time. ALL highlights using that highlighter will reflect the changes. I don't think this will work with the stock highlighters… [/quote] What I really have in mind, is to batch change the highlighting for a single book. I had done a lot
    Posted to Logos 5 by Harry Hahne on Thu, Mar 28 2013
  • Globally replacing highlighting

    Once text is highlighted, is it possible to change all highlights of a certain type to another type of highlighting (e.g. change yellow to blue)? Is it possible to move the highlights to another Notes file or a different highlighting palette? It would be handy if a single highlighting could be changed by clicking on it and choosing "Change highlighting
    Posted to Logos 5 by Harry Hahne on Thu, Mar 28 2013
  • Re: Are all words in NT texts that use Logos Greek Morphology parsed the same?

    Here is an interesting anomaly: If I search the NA27 with Logos Morphology for adjectives that could be parsed as masculine or neuter, I get 0 results. But if I search the NASB95 reverse interlinear, I get 120. The ESV and NIV report 117. It appears that for the NA27 a decision was made to resolve parsing ambiguities based on context so there is only
    Posted to Logos 5 by Harry Hahne on Tue, Mar 12 2013
  • Re: Difference between ANDEQUALS and BEFORE 0 WORDS

    I should have mentioned in the original posting, I am exploring instances where the tagged Greek text has ambiguous parsing and the text is tagged with more than one possible parsing. So the search is for adjectives that are parsed as either masculine or neuter. So the ANDEQUALS makes sense for the morphology search because it is 2 pieces of information
    Posted to Logos 5 by Harry Hahne on Tue, Mar 12 2013
  • Difference between ANDEQUALS and BEFORE 0 WORDS

    I tried 2 searches that should return identical results in the Swanson Greek New Testament: (@J??N) ANDEQUALS (@J??M) (@J??N) BEFORE 0 WORDS (@J??M) Search 1 reports 59 results in 40 verses. Search 2 94 results in 40 verses. If I look at the analysis window, it reports 131 results. In both cases the exact same verses and matching words are found. What
    Posted to Logos 5 by Harry Hahne on Tue, Mar 12 2013
  • Finding Greek words that are tagged more than one way

    In some cases, the parsing for Greek words is ambiguous. Some Greek New Testament texts, such as Gramcord, Swanson, and the Friberg AGNT have multiple parsings on some words. For example, Swanson tags ποταμοῦ in Matt. 6:13 as neuter and masculine adjective and a masculine noun. Can anyone think of a way to search for words in that have more than one
    Posted to Logos 5 by Harry Hahne on Tue, Mar 12 2013
  • Re: Proximity units other than "words"

    I appreciate that the simulated proximity units were removed, since they could mislead users. The true word proximity in use since Logos 4 is much better. I had hoped that real clause, sentence and paragraph proximity would be included. But lacking that, it is good to have clarity about what numbers were actually used in Libronix.
    Posted to Logos 5 by Harry Hahne on Tue, Mar 12 2013
  • Re: Are all words in NT texts that use Logos Greek Morphology parsed the same?

    I appreciate the information Rick. I get the impression that the Logos Greek morphology is a pretty much of a formal parsing with not much functional parsing as AGNT. Am I correct? Do you know of any philosophical differences between the Logos morphology and the Gramcord parsing? I also cannot find any examples of alternate parsings in debatable instances
    Posted to Logos 5 by Harry Hahne on Mon, Mar 11 2013
  • Proximity units other than "words"

    Libronix allows proximity to be specified by a certain number of words, characters, clauses, sentences or paragraphs. As far as I can see the only proximity unit is words in Logos 4 and 5. Are the other proximity units available? I realize that the Logos 4/5 word proximity is far more useful than the similar feature in Libronix, because it meatures
    Posted to Logos 5 by Harry Hahne on Mon, Mar 11 2013
  • Searching across verse boundaries

    Is there a way to search for search terms that occur within a certain number of verses from one another? For example, a search for “father" WITHIN 30 WORDS "son" WITHIN 30 WORDS "spirit” will not find John 3:35-36 and 1 John 4:13-14 because the words are in different verses, even though they are within 30 words of one another. The only way I can see
    Posted to Logos 5 by Harry Hahne on Mon, Mar 11 2013
  • Re: Problem searching for only 1 instances of a search term

    [quote user="Dave Hooton"]We need the Libronix Graphical Query![/quote] Amen! This could also be solved with exclusion operators, like NOTBEFORE. But the best way is the Libronix Graphical Query, which allows proper exclusions as well as the morphological agreement which is required for this search.
    Posted to Logos 5 by Harry Hahne on Sat, Mar 9 2013
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