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  • Right-click to morphology charts?

    I find myself periodically using the morphology charts interactive tool to see the different forms of verbs, especially when I'm surprised by one. It seems the fastest way for me to do this is to select the verb in the text, right-click, select lemma, copy, then paste into the morphology chart box. Is there a faster way (am I missing something?) It
    Posted to Logos 8 by Mike Hogue on Thu, Jun 27 2019
  • Re: 7.16 (7.16.0.0012) is Now Available

    Agreed - I wonder why it was a major release rather than an SR with just a few bug fixes. (?!)
    Posted to Logos 7 by Mike Hogue on Wed, Jun 27 2018
  • Re: 7.16 (7.16.0.0012) is Now Available

    Agreed - with just a few bug fixes you'd think this would be a SR rather than a major release. I wonder why they did that. (?!)
    Posted to Logos 7 by Mike Hogue on Wed, Jun 27 2018
  • Re: Searching one resource with another?

    Thanks Graham - yes, they are helpful as a starting point. It's not exactly what I was hoping to be able to do, but will provide at least a starting point. I suppose that even the nature of what I'm trying to do is slightly flawed, since this is an English reference and the searches for individual words within a translation would probably still not
    Posted to General by Mike Hogue on Sun, Jun 3 2018
  • Searching one resource with another?

    I'm studying the Psalms and recently obtained the Dictionary of Biblical Imagery...it would be nice if I could take a Psalm, build a word list for that Psalm, and then find all of the words that have entries in my dictionary. Is there a way to do that? Can the concordance tool somehow be leveraged to search (or find an intersection somehow) with the
    Posted to General by Mike Hogue on Sat, Jun 2 2018
  • Wildcard search for Hebrew Lemma Theme Vowels

    I'd like to construct a visual filter based on the theme vowel of the lexical form of Hebrew verbs. It seems that this would require a morphological search, but a few things are not obvious to me: 1. How does the wildcard search work with Hebrew? In particular, it seems that when my keyboard is set to Hebrew some of the wildcard characters don't work
    Posted to General by Mike Hogue on Mon, Mar 12 2018
  • Searching on Hebrew Cantillations

    Hello all, I noticed that Psalm 11:6 does not have an Atnach -- which seems rare as this usually marks about the middle of the verse. I'm interested in finding other verses that similarly lack the Atnach. Is this possible to do in Logos? Thanks in advance, Mike
    Posted to Logos 7 by Mike Hogue on Sun, Dec 4 2016
  • Re: Problem with Corresponding Words highlighting in ESV and BHS/WIVU in recent update

    Ditto. I'm glad it wasn't just me...I'm also noticing that if I right-click a word and "search this resource" with lemma selected, I get zero results no matter how common the word. This could be another topic, but might be related - anyone else have this problem as well?
    Posted to Logos 7 by Mike Hogue on Mon, Oct 17 2016
  • Re: Possible Bug: Syntax Search Result

    Mike M - I think in your latest syntax search video on youtube you mentioned it was the last in the series. I appreciated your videos...and based on how helpful your contribution to this thread was I'd suggest it would be helpful for you to do some "advanced syntax searching" tutorials, perhaps with topics covering gaps and groups. As Ryan mentioned
    Posted to General by Mike Hogue on Fri, May 13 2016
  • Re: Possible Bug: Syntax Search Result

    Ryan - in Logos, in a Syntax Search window, hit "F1", then follow the link to "Syntax Search Document." The resulting help file includes "available search terms." It's not incredibly helpful for something like syntax searches, though.
    Posted to General by Mike Hogue on Fri, May 13 2016
  • Re: Possible Bug: Syntax Search Result

    Thanks Mike - great explanation. I notice also that this "gap" search also catches Gal 2:10... This is definitely counter-intuitive...namely that the actual structure as understood by the computer has the ἱνα i nside a gap in the clause when the picture looks different. The in-program documentation for gaps is somewhat cryptic -- "Gap allows searching
    Posted to General by Mike Hogue on Fri, May 13 2016
  • Re: Possible Bug: Syntax Search Result

    https://faithlife.com/comments/345154 Ryan, Here's another thread with another problem, and it seemed that unless everything was defined at the same level, the search didn't work. Several (including you) said "I don't know why..." Mike
    Posted to General by Mike Hogue on Thu, May 12 2016
  • Re: Possible Bug: Syntax Search Result

    Thanks Ryan - I appreciate you engaging on this. I agree that it is powerful...it just doesn't always seem to give the results it should. Do you know how to go about submitting this as a bug?
    Posted to General by Mike Hogue on Thu, May 12 2016
  • Re: Possible Bug: Syntax Search Result

    Not to continue being dense, but when I mouse over the "CL*" for that node it shows that it is a verbal clause. Why are you saying it isn't?
    Posted to General by Mike Hogue on Thu, May 12 2016
  • Re: Possible Bug: Syntax Search Result

    Wait...skipping levels suddenly means that the lines don't apply anymore? i.e. skipping levels produces a situation where the lines drawn to that point are ignored? That seems counter-intuitive, does break the order of the structure, and I would submit should be considered a design flaw or a bug. The order, even with "matching skips levels", should
    Posted to General by Mike Hogue on Thu, May 12 2016
  • Re: Possible Bug: Syntax Search Result

    Thanks Ryan. The embedded clause still appears after the ἱνα in the tree structure, so I think I disagree with you, but am still open to correction. Why would it pull that one when the "conj" is clearly before the clause that contains the embedded clause in the "ADV" in the tree structure??! When I undo "matching skips levels" I get zero results, which
    Posted to General by Mike Hogue on Thu, May 12 2016
  • Possible Bug: Syntax Search Result

    Hello Syntax-Search gurus! I constructed the attached search with the following result: The result seems to be pulling the order with the conjunction first rather than the clause first, perhaps due to the "crossed" graph structure having an out-of-order text. Interestingly it does not pull Gal 2:10, which does have the structure I was trying to find
    Posted to General by Mike Hogue on Thu, May 12 2016
  • Re: Hebrew (morph? syntax?) search question

    Thanks Keep Smiling! I haven't had the time to run this yet but I appreciate you working on it. So for the syntax search, "anything" will transcend book divisions? 18 minutes may set a record for a search time... Mike
    Posted to General by Mike Hogue on Tue, Apr 5 2016
  • Hebrew (morph? syntax?) search question

    Hi all, I'm trying to construct a Hebrew search that will find all pairs of Hebrew words that meet certain criteria. 1. Both are nouns with different lexemes 2. right next to each other 3. one in construct, one absolute, and 4. Here's the kicker -- they appear meeting the above 3 conditions anywhere else in the OT with the lexemes reversed. SO, I'm
    Posted to General by Mike Hogue on Sun, Apr 3 2016
  • Hebrew Flashcards for chapter based on OT Frequency

    I'd like to be able to generate a vocabulary word list in Hebrew for a chapter of the Bible based on the lemma-frequency occurrence in the Old Testament. For example, I'd like a fast way to pull all lemmas from Exodus 3 that occur in the Old Testament between 20-99 times, and create a vocabulary word list from them. As an example, the word הֵן (favour
    Posted to Logos 6 by Mike Hogue on Mon, Sep 28 2015
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