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  • Re: "Next Article" in Bibles should lead to next pericope/section

    I think I know the answer to the question already. Superscriptions are in the text, subject headings are there or not there, and there in different places, depending on the translators of a given version. The behavor of notes though isn't always the same version to version. When putting notes into Psalms, in the NASB for example you can highlight the
    Posted to Suggestions by Scott Groethe on Tue, Jul 1 2014
  • Re: "Next Article" in Bibles should lead to next pericope/section

    Shot in the dark comment: Could programmers create a new category called pericope to be alongside and in addition to verse, chapter and article? There's something behind the scenes going on with section headings (speaking as a non-programmer). If you create a note in the first verse in a section, the little box appears before the section name, not next
    Posted to Suggestions by Scott Groethe on Tue, Jul 1 2014
  • "Next Article" in Bibles should lead to next pericope/section

    It works in some Bibles and not in others. I am a heavy NLT user and the "next article" button brings you to the next chapter. There is another thread from 2010 with the same request but it is locked and I want to keep having the wheel squeak on this one. Thanks,
    Posted to Suggestions by Scott Groethe on Sat, Jun 28 2014
  • In the note toolbar, please include insert table like Evernote

    I created an Evernote note yesterday with a table, so with that you have a fairly barebones editor that still can do that. Today in Logos in Psalm 119 I wanted to create a table comparing the eight synonyms of "word" in four translations, the ESV, NLT, NCV and MSG but couldn't. I did create that table in Evernote and copied and pasted but it came out
    Posted to Suggestions by Scott Groethe on Mon, Jun 23 2014
  • Re: Linking a note to a whole chapter

    Here we are 3 years later - I have an issue with chapter notes. I was in the NLT in Psalms and highlighted the chapter and added notes. Did it for 10 or so Psalms (30-39). Then realized when I switched to MSG or ESV they didn't appear. But they did appear in the KJV 1900, strange. When I highlighted the title (the note right below each Psalm) and created
    Posted to Logos 4 by Scott Groethe on Wed, Apr 23 2014
  • Re: BUG: Search Results for the Thai Bible are Incorrect

    SMack and others: I work in Thailand and don't know the reason. To the Logos people through I will say Thai has no inflection (as do few Asian languages) I did this test, ran the search on Thai and ESV, results as Smack said. The first discrepancy was Exo 4.27 and 4.28. The ESV had both Thai just 4.28. Thought I would highlight and then search from
    Posted to Logos 4 by Scott Groethe on Tue, Dec 4 2012
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