PLEASE HELP ME TO HIGHLIGHT THE REPEATED WORDS:

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steve clark | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Feb 8 2010 9:23 PM

MJ. Smith:
http://www.logos.com/products/details/3164 for the old version. I would expect some changes/improvements when it comes to L4.

ahh, that one. Thanks!

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Jerry Walker | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Feb 8 2010 10:44 PM

I've been on Kay Arthur"s site and all I am looking for is the highlighting options. Can anyone tell me where I can find ANY highlighting suggestion on highlighting words in the text?

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Rosie Perera | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Feb 9 2010 12:09 AM

Jerry Walker:

I've been on Kay Arthur"s site and all I am looking for is the highlighting options. Can anyone tell me where I can find ANY highlighting suggestion on highlighting words in the text?

The documentation on Highlighting is pretty minimal right now. Just what's in the Help file, and this brief note on the wiki. I believe Kevin is planning to fill out that wiki page once 4.0b ships, since the Highlighting feature has been greatly expanded since then. In the meantime, here's all I have time to offer you:

Open the Highlighting tool using Tools | Highlighting.

It looks like this (you can expand and collapse the different sections by clicking on their titles).

To highlight some text, select the text you want to highlight, and click on a highlighting style. Pressing Ctrl+K will apply that same selected highlighting style which is now the current one (you can only have one current highlighting style at a time).

You can keep the highlighting tool open in a panel (usually it comes up by default as a narrow panel on the left) if you're going to be using various different highlight colors. Or if you're just going to use one color, you can close the panel and go about making selectings and using Ctrl+K to apply the current highlighting style to the selection.

To erase highlighting, select the highlighted text and click Erase (on the upper right of the Highlighting panel).

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Rosie Perera | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Feb 9 2010 12:20 AM

Tes:

Thanks Rosie,you are always helpful,even though I hav'nt seen you ,but certainly you are my brother in the Lord ,so I enjoy  this relationship with you and all brothers and sisters in the Lord ,by which we have become one.

Thanks, Tes. Actually I'm your sister in the Lord, not brother, but that's OK. Smile I must confess I don't know whether you are my brother or sister in the Lord. Tess (with two s's) is usually a female name in English, but I don't know about Tes in your native language.

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Tes | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Feb 9 2010 4:28 AM

Terry Poperszky:
I use Notes (in Logos4) to record my observations and questions as I observe the passage

 

Is there a means of checking of repeated words ,which I have overlooked them right on the passage ,where I  am making Observation?

Blessings in Christ.

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Charlene | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Feb 9 2010 4:44 AM

Tes:
Is there a means of checking of repeated words ,which I have overlooked them right on the passage ,where I  am making Observation?

Sure!

Let's say that you are studying Isaiah Chapter 1 and you have marked a key word (one that is repeated) such as iniquity. You can then do a search on Isaiah 1 for "iniquity" and this will show you all the places in Isaiah 1 where iniquity is mentioned. The problem will be is that you will also want to mark synonyms the same way. So in the case of Isaiah 1, there would also be the words: rebel (rebelled), sinners (sinful), evil (evildoers). Once you have marked a key word and its synonyms, then do a search on that chapter that you are studying for all of these words. This should show you if you missed marking any of these words.

Hope that helps, Tess!

Charlene

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Jerry Walker | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Feb 9 2010 5:44 AM

Rosie Perera:

Jerry Walker:

I've been on Kay Arthur"s site and all I am looking for is the highlighting options. Can anyone tell me where I can find ANY highlighting suggestion on highlighting words in the text?

 

The documentation on Highlighting is pretty minimal right now. Just what's in the Help file, and this brief note on the wiki. I believe Kevin is planning to fill out that wiki page once 4.0b ships, since the Highlighting feature has been greatly expanded since then. In the meantime, here's all I have time to offer you:

Open the Highlighting tool using Tools | Highlighting.

It looks like this (you can expand and collapse the different sections by clicking on their titles).

To highlight some text, select the text you want to highlight, and click on a highlighting style. Pressing Ctrl+K will apply that same selected highlighting style which is now the current one (you can only have one current highlighting style at a time).

You can keep the highlighting tool open in a panel (usually it comes up by default as a narrow panel on the left) if you're going to be using various different highlight colors. Or if you're just going to use one color, you can close the panel and go about making selectings and using Ctrl+K to apply the current highlighting style to the selection.

To erase highlighting, select the highlighted text and click Erase (on the upper right of the Highlighting panel).

Rosie thanks but I know how to do that, thats not what I was talking bout. Kay Arthur has a highlighting method that she uses that is what I was talking about. Does anybody know or have anything like that, the highlighting method she uses or anything you have created?

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Charlene | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Feb 9 2010 6:31 AM

Jerry Walker:
Rosie thanks but I know how to do that, thats not what I was talking bout. Kay Arthur has a highlighting method that she uses that is what I was talking about. Does anybody know or have anything like that, the highlighting method she uses or anything you have created?

 

Hi Jerry,

Actually the symbols that Kay (or Precept) uses are partially used in the highlighting section. If you see in the diagram above that Rosie used, you see the header "Inductive." Those symbols are some of the ones that are used by Kay. Logos 4 doesn't have all of them, but hopefully when the present beta is released, there will be more or we will have the ability to add our own.

Hope this is what you were asking for.

Charlene

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Tes | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Feb 9 2010 6:41 AM

Thank you Jerry. Well my question is let's  say I am studying Romans 1:1-7 ,the'' Gospel'' is repeated ,''called'' is repeated ,if I have overlooked to see any Word or name ,like Christ,that is what I mean.Whether ,there is any possibility ,which shows me automatically.

Blessings in Christ.

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Charlene | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Feb 9 2010 6:59 AM

Tes:
Well my question is let's  say I am studying Romans 1:1-7 ,the'' Gospel'' is repeated ,''called'' is repeated ,if I have overlooked to see any Word or name ,like Christ,that is what I mean.Whether ,there is any possibility ,which shows me automatically.

Hi Tess,

I don't think there is anything that will "do the studying" for you!Smile But it is the actual reading and re-reading of the text that helps us learn! So, as you read, I would mark one key word (and synonyms = pronouns or words that are speaking of the same key word). Then I would re-read the text and mark another key word, using a different color and or symbol. I would continue doing this until I had marked the key words for that passage. You want to be careful not to mark every word, because then it becomes "too cluttered" to see what is being emphasized.

So, if I was studying Romans 1:1-7, I would definitely mark in the same color and/or symbol Jesus and all the synonyms that refer to Him. After all, one of the purposes of studying the Bible is so that we will know God and our Lord better! So, in this case, I would have marked "Christ Jesus", Son, who (when it is referring to Jesus), and Lord all the same way. I also would take another color/symbol and mark all the references to God, which would be God, he (when it refers to God the Father), his (when it refers to God), and Father.

After you have marked the words, then you want to think about the truths that you are learning and how do these truths relate to your life?

Hope this helps!

Charlene

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Tes | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Feb 9 2010 9:56 AM

Rosie Perera:
Thanks, Tes. Actually I'm your sister in the Lord, not brother, but that's OK. Smile I must confess I don't know whether you are my brother or sister in the Lord. Tess (with two s's) is usually a female name in English, but I don't know about Tes in your native language.

 

 

Thank you dear sister Rosie, normaly there is no doubt it's a female name,could not identfy it seeing form your picture.On my side I am a Man three years less than 60 years old. My full name is on the e-mail address.

I think you havn't seen ,what I have written about the tool you have desplayed last time what kind of alphabet in my language  is.

I really appriciate you!

God bless you!

Blessings in Christ.

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Tes | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Feb 9 2010 10:35 AM

Charlene:
I would have marked "Christ Jesus", Son, who (when it is referring to Jesus), and Lord all the same way
Charlene:
and Lord all the same way

 

I have done the same as you have mentioned,but one thing is what I have quoted above the word ''Lord'' I could be wrong, but I think the word 'Lord' how can I mark it as Jesus,is'nt that what it tells who Jesus is.If I ask who is Jesus,I can have the answer Jesus is Lord.So I think the word Lord is who he is .not He.

I am ready to learn humbly.

God bless you!

Blessings in Christ.

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Rosie Perera | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Feb 9 2010 9:44 PM

Tes:

Thank you Jerry. Well my question is let's  say I am studying Romans 1:1-7 ,the'' Gospel'' is repeated ,''called'' is repeated ,if I have overlooked to see any Word or name ,like Christ,that is what I mean.Whether ,there is any possibility ,which shows me automatically.

 

In the thread which I referred you to earlier (http://community.logos.com/forums/t/10442.aspx), Esther Jones has a good suggestion: try looking at the "Interesting Words" section of a Passage Guide. It will show you the relative frequency of keywords in that passage.  The larger the font, the more frequently that word appears in your passage. So for example, in Romans 1:1-7, the Interesting Words "wordle" you get is this:

 

As you click on each word, it expands the details for that word down below. It looks to me like call is in the largest font, so I click on call, and I see this:

Do that for all the "big words" and you'll have your answer as to what are the most often repeated words in the passage.

Tes:

Thank you dear sister Rosie, normaly there is no doubt it's a female name,could not identfy it seeing form your picture.On my side I am a Man three years less than 60 years old. My full name is on the e-mail address.

Your email address is private; it is not revealed to users of the Forum. And that's a good thing. Otherwise we'd all be getting lots of spam.

Tes:

I think you havn't seen ,what I have written about the tool you have desplayed last time what kind of alphabet in my language  is.

Oh yes! I forgot that you were the one who mentioned Amharic. There are so many users on this Forum that I've gotten to know -- sometimes I get them confused. Smile  But since I don't know Amharic, I never would have guessed what gender your name is. Thanks for letting me know. In English it isn't always easy to tell, since people use "unisex" names sometimes (Mel, Pat, Fran, etc.), and sometimes intentionally give their female kids a traditionally male name and vice versa. Rosie is pretty much always a female name, but I suppose there could be exceptions. The closest exception I know of (pronounced the same way as my name) is Rosey Grier the football player -- it was a nickname for Roosevelt.

Blessings!

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Tes | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Feb 10 2010 3:36 AM

Rosie Perera:

In the thread which I referred you to earlier (http://community.logos.com/forums/t/10442.aspx), Esther Jones has a good suggestion: try looking at the "Interesting Words" section of a Passage Guide. It will show you the relative frequency of keywords in that passage.  The larger the font, the more frequently that word appears in your passage. So for example, in Romans 1:1-7, the Interesting Words "wordle" you get is this:

Dear Rosie,thank you ,I have read all what you have written.And thank you again to remind about this very interesting one.I just have overlooked it,but now I am very excited about it .I am trying to look for it ,I searched in logos 4 ,and logos 3 ,but i could not find it the coloured key words,which is shown above.

God bless you!

 

Blessings in Christ.

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TCBlack | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Feb 10 2010 3:49 AM

 

Tes:
Dear Rosie,thank you ,I have read all what you have written.And thank you again to remind about this very interesting one.I just have overlooked it,but now I am very excited about it .I am trying to look for it ,I searched in logos 4 ,and logos 3 ,but i could not find it the coloured key words,which is shown above.

Tes,

that chart is automatically generated in the passage guide under the "interesting words" section.   It will be different in appearance, but should contain the same words each time.

 

Hmm Sarcasm is my love language. Obviously I love you. 

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Rosie Perera | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Feb 10 2010 3:51 AM

Tes:

Dear Rosie,thank you ,I have read all what you have written.And thank you again to remind about this very interesting one.I just have overlooked it,but now I am very excited about it .I am trying to look for it ,I searched in logos 4 ,and logos 3 ,but i could not find it the coloured key words,which is shown above.

Tes, I explained how you get this chart over in the other thread where you posted the question to Esther Jones, and I had explained it already before you posted here:  http://community.logos.com/forums/p/10442/89608.aspx#89608

Please click the "Your Discussions" link on the Forum main page to see if someone has already answered your question elsewhere before posting about it on another thread. Especially if you've been posting about the same thing in two different threads. Thanks!

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Tes | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Feb 10 2010 4:04 AM

Wow,now I have found it Rosie,thank you very much. but one thing I am surprised ,I thought you are in USA ,and now you are sleeping.I haven'e expected it now.Thank you again,you have given me the answer ,while I was woundering what do?

Blessings in Christ.

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Rosie Perera | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Feb 10 2010 4:07 AM

Tes:

Wow,now I have found it Rosie,thank you very much. but one thing I am surprised ,I thought you are in USA ,and now you are sleeping.I haven'e expected it now.Thank you again,you have given me the answer ,while I was woundering what do?

I am in Canada, same time zones as the USA. But I often stay up very late.

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Tes | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Feb 10 2010 5:03 AM

Thank  you Thomas ,now I have it.

Blessings in Christ.

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Tes | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Feb 10 2010 5:06 AM

God bless you Rosie,you are doing a great job.

Blessings in Christ.

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