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  • Re: Scroll bars with horizontal and verticle lines in them

    [quote user="Pat Browne"]So I'd like to know what they are, how I got them in the scroll bar and how to delete them.[/quote] Pat, there are two different types of lines that appear in your scroll bar. The first is only visible when a search is run and active. These are represented by orange lines and are called "Search bookmarks." You can turn these
    Posted to Logos 6 by Michael Meiser (Faithlife) on Wed, Jun 22 2016
  • Re: Morphological search mi verbs

    Francis, I think the issue here is that Bible search and Morph search use different search syntax to find the same results. In this instance, the search syntax "lemma:*μι" works in a Morph search, but this same syntax does not work for a Bible search. Instead the syntax that must be used is " ". You can see a quick image down below. Hope this helps
    Posted to General by Michael Meiser (Faithlife) on Fri, Jun 10 2016
  • Re: Morphological search mi verbs

    JP, The method for finding all of these instances is exactly as Dave mentioned. If you use "lemma:*μι@V" as your search syntax, this will find every lemma that ends with μι that is also a verb. You can also take this one step further to get a full report on which lemmas appear by going to the "Analysis" view and sorting by the lemma column as you can
    Posted to General by Michael Meiser (Faithlife) on Thu, Jun 9 2016
  • Re: Filtering a specific resource out of a search query

    [quote user="Graham Criddle"] Create a collection and explicitly exclude that resource from it https://wiki.logos.com/Collections#Removing_an_individual_resource_from_the_collection [/quote] One other option that is a spin off of Graham's solution is to create a quick collection. I have included an example in the image below that excludes the title
    Posted to General by Michael Meiser (Faithlife) on Tue, May 31 2016
  • Re: High lighting Gk/Hb words

    Quick answer, yes. But you need to have an English translation of the fathers that has greek reverse interlinear data. Two such English translations of the apostolic fathers that have this are The Apostolic Fathers in English and Lake's Apostolic Fathers in English .
    Posted to General by Michael Meiser (Faithlife) on Fri, May 13 2016
  • Re: Possible Bug: Syntax Search Result

    [quote user="Ryan Robinson"]So, I recreated a search similar to the one on on the Faithlife group with Opentext and got wayyyy more results that the Cascadia Search.[/quote] Great follow up search of a different database! This is the beauty of having two different databases to search. It gives you two different but similar slices on life. As I am sure
    Posted to General by Michael Meiser (Faithlife) on Fri, May 13 2016
  • Re: Possible Bug: Syntax Search Result

    [quote user="Ryan Robinson"] I'm also noticing this could of been a lot easier search for the question from the Faithlife group. There are only to false hits ( 2 Cor 2:5 and 1 John 5:13 ). [quote user="Mike Meiser"] [/quote] I'm guessing the only reason you didn't go for this, Mike, is it isn't as safe to be exactly what he was looking for? [/quote
    Posted to General by Michael Meiser (Faithlife) on Fri, May 13 2016
  • Re: Possible Bug: Syntax Search Result

    [quote user="Mike Hogue"]As such, I saw Mike Meiser's construction using a "negative" construction...but it seems to me the structure should be able to be found with a "positive" construction as well.[/quote] I noticed my name being evoked, so I thought I would weigh in. When we are dealing with postpositive conjunctions like δε, and in this instance
    Posted to General by Michael Meiser (Faithlife) on Thu, May 12 2016
  • Re: Passage Guide default layout

    [quote user="Graham Criddle"]I havent checked if this works with multiple screen layouts but I cant see why it wouldn't [/quote] It does. ;-)
    Posted to Logos 6 by Michael Meiser (Faithlife) on Wed, Apr 13 2016
  • Re: Hebrew (morph? syntax?) search question

    [quote user="Mike Hogue"]The real motivation for my search is to find things like "deceit of lips" and "lips of deceit" that would be synonymous but in reverse-construct order. This may be tricky as it may need to use search results from one search in order to search the rest of the OT.[/quote] I'm a bit late to the party here, but this simple search
    Posted to General by Michael Meiser (Faithlife) on Wed, Apr 13 2016
  • Re: CNNTS

    [quote user="James C."] Here is the link to the new version of the CNTTS video training. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uI-zxndZQq0 [/quote] Good stuff, James!
    Posted to Logos 6 by Michael Meiser (Faithlife) on Fri, Apr 8 2016
  • Re: Searching for journal articles by author

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] Or you could simply do what HELP suggests: {Label Journal Article Where Author ~ "whomever"} [/quote] Thanks for your addition here, MJ. I was curious to see if the author field and the new labeled data for journal articles were running on the same dataset. So I ran a couple searches to check. It appears that they are not from
    Posted to General by Michael Meiser (Faithlife) on Tue, Mar 22 2016
  • Re: Bible Word Study

    [quote user="Stephen M. Kenney"] Normally I right click a word and can choose "Bible Word Study." I explored another option in this window once and now no longer have the same options, namely, BWS. How can I get that one back? [/quote] Stephen, When right clicking on words, there are two different options on the right hand side of the context menu that
    Posted to Logos 5 by Michael Meiser (Faithlife) on Fri, Mar 18 2016
  • Re: Noun with trailing Determiner

    [quote user="Andrew"]I have developed the following search and am wondering if it is too narrow (ie. is it returning all examples of nouns or participles modified by a subsequent article?)[/quote] Andrew, I don't think that your search of OpenText was too narrow. I think it found exactly what you were looking for. I also think that your conclusion was
    Posted to Logos 6 by Michael Meiser (Faithlife) on Sun, Mar 13 2016
  • Re: Not Operator

    [quote user="Clint Cozier"]I sure wish Logos would drop back and either give us a graphic search engine, or at least modernize and standardize what they have. [/quote] There really is no "easy" way to run exclusionary searches like this one in Logos. Whenever I want to run something like this, I always go to a syntax search as it allows you to do everything
    Posted to Logos 6 by Michael Meiser (Faithlife) on Tue, Oct 6 2015
  • Re: Bug:אֱלוֹהַּ and Morphology chart

    I am not sure where this stands as I do not do any of the development of the software, but I do want to offer an alternative option that accomplishes the same task with better results. Instead of using the Morph Charts, use a regular morph search instead. You can then change the view to analysis and organize the chart primarily by "lemma" and secondarily
    Posted to Logos 6 by Michael Meiser (Faithlife) on Fri, Aug 28 2015
  • Re: Looking for all the Greek words

    [quote user="Pastor Michael Huffman"]Curious. When you do a search in the Bible Word Study report for "crown" it does not come back but with two Greek words and both of them are from the same form. When you do the morph search, unless I cannot see it in the Screen here, it does not come back with the word 'diadhmata" which is translated "crown" in the
    Posted to Logos 6 by Michael Meiser (Faithlife) on Thu, Aug 27 2015
  • Re: Morph Search Mayhem...is this a glitch?

    [quote user="David Paul"] I'd still like to know why the 2 example Hebrew spelling is considered to be the lemma rather than the 200+ example spelling. Is it because the full spelling is given preeminence over the defective spelling? [/quote] The primary reason this spelling is treated as the lemma in Logos is because Logos Hebrew morphology's lemma
    Posted to Logos 5 by Michael Meiser (Faithlife) on Thu, Aug 27 2015
  • Re: Do you have any video tutorial suggestions?

    [quote user="Lankford Oxendine"]That would be great![/quote] Just FYI, I have started posting videos for my syntax searching series. You can find them on my YouTube channel at the link in my signature. It is configured with the assumption that you know nothing about syntax searching in Logos, but have a basic understanding of Greek or Hebrew. I am three
    Posted to Logos 6 by Michael Meiser (Faithlife) on Mon, Aug 17 2015
  • Re: Searching for Jesus and meals

    When I approach these types of questions, I like to start with the general and work my way to the more specific. The first step I took when approaching this was just to simply find verses that mention Jesus eating. See image below for this search. One of the search hits is Matt 9:11. This is a great passage about Jesus sharing a meal with tax collectors
    Posted to Logos 6 by Michael Meiser (Faithlife) on Thu, Aug 13 2015
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