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Milkman | Forum Activity | Posted: Thu, Dec 28 2017 12:53 PM

I'm doing an inline search for "nimrod" in the book Reversing Hermon, but the word 'Nimrod' is not high lighted only the Biblical text is.

Is there a way to have inline names such as Nimrod highlighted.

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David Thomas | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Dec 28 2017 1:06 PM

isn't the pink highlight for "emphasize active reference" and yellow used for "inline search" results?

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NB.Mick | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Dec 28 2017 1:06 PM

Milkman:
I'm doing an inline search for "nimrod" in the book

Are you? Your screenshot shows the inline search field empty. Maybe you got two tabs with that resource, and looked at the wrong one?

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Milkman | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Dec 28 2017 3:03 PM

The left snap shot is my search for 'nimrod' the right snap are the results. I thought that the results from my search would be highlighted. When I click on the search results the right snap opens to the point of my search but Nimrod is not highlighted.

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DMB | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Dec 28 2017 3:36 PM

Well, Mr Milkman, I'm also looking at Nimrod, but from the opposing universe. Coincidence. And the sun got the house too toasty, requiring waking up the AC.

Anyway, if you wish to twist your head backwards, read Berossus, and Genesis, Manetho and Exodus by Gmirkin (Logos.com). His thesis places the Pentateuch as a Hellenistic creation. And Nimrod from earlier historians. Considerable detail for that Persian/Alexandrian mystery time, after which the Bible showed up.

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Andrew Batishko | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Dec 28 2017 9:22 PM

Milkman:

The left snap shot is my search for 'nimrod' the right snap are the results. I thought that the results from my search would be highlighted. When I click on the search results the right snap opens to the point of my search but Nimrod is not highlighted.

I suspect that there is some confusion here about what is actually happening when you do an inline search. Running an inline searches filters the current resource to only show the context around the hits, and shows highlights for the terms of the search. It is the inline results.

If you click on the heading of one of the results, it opens a new copy of the resource to that location, but since an inline search (by design) only shows its results in the window where you executed the search, the copy of the window does not show any indication that you have run the search. It is not the inline search results. It's nothing more than a copy of the resource navigated to the location where you clicked.

This is the expected behavior. If you want to see search result highlighting in multiple windows, then you need to run a regular search, not an inline search.

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Milkman | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Dec 29 2017 3:46 AM

Ok, makes sense thanks.

Andrew Batishko (Faithlife):

Milkman:

The left snap shot is my search for 'nimrod' the right snap are the results. I thought that the results from my search would be highlighted. When I click on the search results the right snap opens to the point of my search but Nimrod is not highlighted.

I suspect that there is some confusion here about what is actually happening when you do an inline search. Running an inline searches filters the current resource to only show the context around the hits, and shows highlights for the terms of the search. It is the inline results.

If you click on the heading of one of the results, it opens a new copy of the resource to that location, but since an inline search (by design) only shows its results in the window where you executed the search, the copy of the window does not show any indication that you have run the search. It is not the inline search results. It's nothing more than a copy of the resource navigated to the location where you clicked.

This is the expected behavior. If you want to see search result highlighting in multiple windows, then you need to run a regular search, not an inline search.

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Milkman | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Dec 29 2017 3:46 AM

Hey D,

I'll check them out. Big Smile

Denise:

Well, Mr Milkman, I'm also looking at Nimrod, but from the opposing universe. Coincidence. And the sun got the house too toasty, requiring waking up the AC.

Anyway, if you wish to twist your head backwards, read Berossus, and Genesis, Manetho and Exodus by Gmirkin (Logos.com). His thesis places the Pentateuch as a Hellenistic creation. And Nimrod from earlier historians. Considerable detail for that Persian/Alexandrian mystery time, after which the Bible showed up.

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Milkman | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Dec 29 2017 4:27 AM

Let me add, that your sun got your house nice and toasty, but at the same time that very sun tried its darndest to heat the milkman's truck. Alas, no AC and no amount of heaters in said truck could keep the milk from freezing. -43 celsius are not days this milkman enjoys. But I hear that Spring is coming in about 6 months from now which means a mighty lot of very chilly mornings and an aweful lot of frozen chocolate milk for the kiddies.

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Denise:

Well, Mr Milkman, I'm also looking at Nimrod, but from the opposing universe. Coincidence. And the sun got the house too toasty, requiring waking up the AC.

Anyway, if you wish to twist your head backwards, read Berossus, and Genesis, Manetho and Exodus by Gmirkin (Logos.com). His thesis places the Pentateuch as a Hellenistic creation. And Nimrod from earlier historians. Considerable detail for that Persian/Alexandrian mystery time, after which the Bible showed up.

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DMB | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Dec 29 2017 3:36 PM

Milkman:

Alas, no AC and no amount of heaters in said truck could keep the milk from freezing. -43 celsius are not days this milkman enjoys. But I hear that Spring is coming in about 6 months from now which means a mighty lot of very chilly mornings and an aweful lot of frozen chocolate milk for the kiddies.

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Goodness.  I've never heard of that problem. In the younger days, our English Ford was rumored to have a heater. Here, our mountains are threatening to be moved ... no snow. They heard about Jesus and the power to believe.

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