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  • Re: How do I link panels so when I type a passage into one all go to that passage?

    Graham - Per instructions from Customer Service, I upgraded from the latest 7.12 version to the new v7:13.0.0017 to see if either of the problems were solved. It appears the "jumpy scrolling" has been remedied (I can't reproduce it, no matter how fast or slow I scroll), so for the meantime I'm good on that front. As for the Text Comparison mis-linking
    Posted to Logos 7 by Apexite on Fri, Feb 23 2018
  • Re: How do I link panels so when I type a passage into one all go to that passage?

    Denise - by "a long while" do you mean months, or years? Going back several months, my Text Comparison panel used to link perfectly, as I would expect it to. But no longer. And the mis-linking seemed to parallel the beginning of the jumpy scrolling I began experiencing. If those 2 buggie items are related to a particular upgrade, then that's probably
    Posted to Logos 7 by Apexite on Thu, Feb 22 2018
  • Re: How do I link panels so when I type a passage into one all go to that passage?

    Graham - I should also add that I have 2 other panels linked to Set A: an Interlinear panel and another translation panel - and both of those panels stay perfectly linked/synced with my main panel - it's just the Text Comparison panel that lags behind. I've previously thought that it was associated with how the scrolling in my main panel became "jumpy
    Posted to Logos 7 by Apexite on Thu, Feb 22 2018
  • Re: How do I link panels so when I type a passage into one all go to that passage?

    I just tried "Follow", but it is still not syncing/linking properly. If I type in a specific reference in my main scripture panel (ex: Gen 1:12), the Comparison panel (with 5 translations displayed) correctly goes to Gen 1:12, as it should. But when I scroll down in my main scripture panel to Gen 1:26, the Comparison panel is already lagging behind
    Posted to Logos 7 by Apexite on Thu, Feb 22 2018
  • Re: How do I link panels so when I type a passage into one all go to that passage?

    Graham - I have been a Logos user since way back when (original Libronix), and have used the "Set A" function in syncing my main scripture panel with the "Text Comparison" panel for a long time. But for the past several months, the syncing has been extremely erratic. While scrolling in my main scripture panel, it used to scroll smoothly up or down,
    Posted to Logos 7 by Apexite on Thu, Feb 22 2018
  • Re: Field not fully being highlighted?

    Thank you, Graham - I didn't find it in my search, but lo and behold, there it is. As one post indicated, it is definitely a regression in efficiency, i.e. a bug. Otherwise, why would some people experience it and others not experience it. So what is the most effective way for me/others to express to the Faithlife team our sincere desire to see the
    Posted to Logos 6 by Apexite on Mon, Jan 5 2015
  • Field not fully being highlighted?

    With Logos 4 and 5, when I left click my mouse in the field of a translation panel, the prior verse reference would be highlighted entirely, ready for me to type whatever new reference I want to take a look at. With Logos 6, when I click in the same field, it does NOT highlight the entire prior entry - it just puts the vertical cursor in the text of
    Posted to Logos 6 by Apexite on Mon, Jan 5 2015
  • Re: Erroneous TDNT pop-up - it renders the ESL entry, not the TDNT....

    Dave - I changed it per your instructions. And yes, it worked. You're a CHAMP!! The DBL did not pop-up when hovering over the TDNT link. The TDNT entry popped up, so I'm thrilled. But there is still one quirk (perhaps no way to eliminate). The quirk is, it doesn't pop up to the first line of the word hupostello. Rather, it pops up to the first line
    Posted to Logos 5 by Apexite on Fri, Apr 5 2013
  • Re: Erroneous TDNT pop-up - it renders the ESL entry, not the TDNT....

    Let me try attaching that screen shot again.......
    Posted to Logos 5 by Apexite on Fri, Apr 5 2013
  • Re: Erroneous TDNT pop-up - it renders the ESL entry, not the TDNT....

    No higher prioritizations for DBL (or any other lexicon). And here is the first screen shot I've ever done (I hope it works). [Any chance one of you lives in North Carolina? I'd be happy to have you set this up up me!]
    Posted to Logos 5 by Apexite on Fri, Apr 5 2013
  • Re: Erroneous TDNT pop-up - it renders the ESL entry, not the TDNT....

    So.....I tried all 3 of the latest suggestions: I changed the order of ESL and TDNT - no change from prior pop-up results. I eliminated ALL prioritization of Lexicons - that made things worse (hovering over Strong's #, the pop-up rendered WSNTDICT entry, not ESL), and the TDNT pop-up seemed random - no logical start at the beginning of any entry, let
    Posted to Logos 5 by Apexite on Fri, Apr 5 2013
  • Re: Erroneous TDNT pop-up - it renders the ESL entry, not the TDNT....

    THANKS, guys, for the help - all appreciated! And the specific guidance that the last post included was especially helpful, Dave. I have followed your AP instructions (watching Mark Barnes video as well), and I'm close, but still not there. I set the AP as you suggested, and now when looking at the entry for #5288 (hupostello) in ESL, I can hover over
    Posted to Logos 5 by Apexite on Thu, Apr 4 2013
  • Re: Erroneous TDNT pop-up - it renders the ESL entry, not the TDNT....

    Prioritization changes things - but the rendering error (or misunderstanding of how it works) still remains. I just moved DBL Greek to the top prioritization spot, so when I am in DBL for hypostello (which is DBL 5713), and hover over STR 5288, I get the exact text of DBL 5713, although at the lower right it reads "Strong's Greek #5288". And then when
    Posted to Logos 5 by Apexite on Thu, Apr 4 2013
  • Erroneous TDNT pop-up - it renders the ESL entry, not the TDNT....

    In studying the Greek word, hupostello (G5288)......With ESL open, hovering over the “TDNT 7:597” link renders a pop-up that cites “TDNT Volume 7, page 597” at the lower right of the pop-up, but the entry is the exact text of the ESL 5288 entry. Every TDNT pop-up in ESL does the same thing - it says it’s the TDNT entry, but renders the ESL entry for
    Posted to Logos 5 by Apexite on Wed, Apr 3 2013
  • Re: Major Discrepancies in Search Results

    Dave, KS4J, Jon.....THANK YOU for the extremely helpful information. I will be incorporating the new practices into my study habits, based on what each of you pointed out. The "put off...put on" process of change is considerably easier when someone leads you there. Thanks again for your time and expertise.
    Posted to Logos 5 by Apexite on Fri, Mar 29 2013
  • Re: Major Discrepancies in Search Results

    I just finished doing the 3 sets of searches I originally posted data on, only this time using the method suggested [select a lemma and "search this resource"], and all came out with matching numbers!! For that I'm thrilled (thanks for the suggestion, David). In the future, I'll utilize that more original-language-oriented method, which follows MJ's
    Posted to Logos 5 by Apexite on Thu, Mar 28 2013
  • Re: Major Discrepancies in Search Results

    When I use the method suggested, a Search panel opens up and in the Search criteria is this: . Doesn't that indicate that Logos completed a search for Strong's # G3309 in the Greek text underlying that particular translation? That's the same Search criteria I put in, only through a different method. [EDIT: I just went back and re-examined the Lemma
    Posted to Logos 5 by Apexite on Thu, Mar 28 2013
  • Re: Major Discrepancies in Search Results

    Two ways to get at the same info. The method you described does a search for the Strong's #, only through a different path. I like to keep multiple Search panels open - already set up for 1 and 2 Greek words, as well as 1 and 2 Hebrew word - then all I have to do is go to the appropriate search panel and input the Strong's #(s) - and with that number
    Posted to Logos 5 by Apexite on Thu, Mar 28 2013
  • Re: Major Discrepancies in Search Results

    Thank you, Mj/Dave, for the explanation. At this point, this is my take-away: in moving forward, when searching for occurrences of original language words, I'm not going to consider the reported "search results" from NASB as trustworthy, in light of the inherited double-counting bug dating back to v3. I'll also not consider the reported "search results
    Posted to Logos 5 by Apexite on Thu, Mar 28 2013
  • Major Discrepancies in Search Results

    I just received the recommendation from Tech Support to post this issue here, with the rep saying most of the "power users" are on here and able to help. Here is the best summary I can come up with: 1) In Gen 2:16, looking at the Hebrew word for “commanded”: (H6680).... In ESL, entry for H6680 says 494 occurrences in AV BUT using Bible Search, with
    Posted to Logos 5 by Apexite on Wed, Mar 27 2013
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