TIP of the day: Parallel, Equivalent, Interlinear and Multiview resources

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MJ. Smith | Forum Activity | Posted: Wed, Apr 20 2016 4:44 PM

1. This is a quick review of several of the symbols on the tool bar of a resource panel. In order - parallel resources, equivalent resources (only on LHB), inline interlinear, interlinear pane (only on NRSV) and multiview resources.

2. The parallel resources are resources that share milestones and index and are defined either by the system or by the user as a parallel set. One can navigate through the set via keyboard shortcuts.

Logos 6 help:

Windows keyboard shortcuts:
  •      Ctrl+right arrow  — navigate to next parallel resource
  •      Ctrl+left arrow  — navigate to previous parallel resource

Mac keyboard shortcuts:
  •      Left arrow — Navigate to previous parallel resource
  •      Right arrow — Navigate to next parallel resource

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This shows a system defined parallel set.

3.  To make a user defined set make a collection and check the Show in parallel resources box.

4. Now we see both the user collection and the system defined collection. The checkmark shows which is followed by the keyboard commands. To change the set simply click on the title line of the parallel set you wish to use.

5. Equivalent sets have the same basic underlying text. These are strictly system generated sets. They also have a keyboard shortcut.

Logos 6 Help:

Windows keyboard shortcuts:
  •      Ctrl+Shift+left  — previous equivalent resource
  •      Ctrl+Shift+right  — next equivalent resource

Mac keyboard shortcuts:
  •      Shift-Command-Right arrow — Go to next equivalent resource
  •      Shift-Command-Left arrow — Go to previous equivalent resource

Logos 6 Help (Bellingham, WA: Faithlife, 2015).

6. If an inline interlinear is available, the icon will be present on the toolbar. That icon will open a selection box for you to choose what you wish to see in the interlinear.

7. An example of an inline interlinear

8. If an interlinear is available in pane view, the appropriate icon will appear. Note that the selection of data to show is handled within the interlinear pane.

9. The user may create a multi-resource pane from items that share milestones and index. In this case I user the NRSV as the base because it has the broadest canon and show Dead Sea Scrolls. Septuagint, Vulgate, Peshitta, Targum, Masoretic .... based translations - one for each tradition.

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steve clark | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Apr 20 2016 10:00 PM

believe that item #9 requires Logos Now (doesn't it?). It might be helpful to note that above.

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Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :) | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Apr 20 2016 11:01 PM

steve clark:

believe that item #9 requires Logos Now (doesn't it?). It might be helpful to note that above.

Thread => What is Logos Now? shows Multiview Resources was a Logos 6.6 new feature for Logos Now subscribers.

MJ. Smith:
... equivalent resources (only on LHB)

NA27 also has a set of Equivalent Resources, which have the same surface text:

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