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Edward Hatch | Forum Activity | Posted: Wed, Aug 24 2016 11:54 AM

I would love it if I could leave my computer on all night and have the Concordance index all my books at one time.  It's a great feature, but slow to use the first time in a book.

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Mark Barnes | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Aug 24 2016 2:10 PM

Edward Hatch:

I would love it if I could leave my computer on all night and have the Concordance index all my books at one time.  It's a great feature, but slow to use the first time in a book.

You wouldn't say that if you saw how much disk space the concordance index takes Smile. A reverse interlinear Bible concordance is around 350Mb. The 10 books I have run a concordance on average 63Mb. If that's representative, then an average library of 1,500 books, you'd be talking 94Gb of Concordance files. On a large library like mine it would be over 1Tb!

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