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Wayne levi Price | Forum Activity | Posted: Sun, Jul 28 2019 6:47 PM

Do I have to use a passage list to open scriptures into the inline search format?

Video shows what I mean

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gxrXRm3oteM

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MJ. Smith | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Jul 28 2019 7:31 PM

FYI - I don't do videos. By reporting in this manner you are guaranteeing no answer from me (and perhaps others). Not a problem with me but I thought you should know.

P.S. - if the video is what I suspect it is, the answer is "no".

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Mike Binks | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Jul 28 2019 11:36 PM

Greetings Wayne

As MJ has let you know her attitude to links that take us out of the forum I thought I would let you know that I too pass by your posts for the same reason.

I would only open a video if it had proved impossible to make the problem clear using a combination of text and screen shots.

I also tend to shy away from threads that give no clue as to the underlying problem in the thread title.

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Dave Hooton | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Jul 29 2019 2:05 AM

Wayne levi Price:
Do I have to use a passage list to open scriptures into the inline search format?

No. You can type milestones into the Search box, and then the text is highlighted as any search result would be.

But the Inline Search is not saved when you exit Logos!

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Wayne levi Price | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Jul 29 2019 12:09 PM

Mike Binks:

Greetings Wayne

As MJ has let you know her attitude to links that take us out of the forum I thought I would let you know that I too pass by your posts for the same reason.

I would only open a video if it had proved impossible to make the problem clear using a combination of text and screen shots.

I also tend to shy away from threads that give no clue as to the underlying problem in the thread title.

Thank you. I totally understand your point, my friend. No worries - I am fortunate that not everyone sees it that way, however. I do get all my questions answered by people viewing the videos. It is much more convenient to show someone a short video than to try and explain by typing it all out. To each his own. God will provide. Peace to you always. 

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Wayne levi Price | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Jul 29 2019 12:10 PM

MJ. Smith:

FYI - I don't do videos. By reporting in this manner you are guaranteeing no answer from me (and perhaps others). Not a problem with me but I thought you should know.

P.S. - if the video is what I suspect it is, the answer is "no".

Thank you. I totally understand your point, my friend. No worries - I am fortunate that not everyone sees it that way, however. I do get all my questions answered by people viewing the videos. It is much more convenient to show someone a short video than to try and explain by typing it all out. To each his own. God will provide. Peace to you always. 

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Wayne levi Price | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Jul 29 2019 12:26 PM

Dave Hooton:

Wayne levi Price:
Do I have to use a passage list to open scriptures into the inline search format?

No. You can type milestones into the Search box, and then the text is highlighted as any search result would be.

But the Inline Search is not saved when you exit Logos!

Wow - It did Work - thank you.

It seems like just using the Passage List is quicker, but it may be because I am not used to typing out the word Milestone and using all the {(}) symbols. 

Also, When I want to group scriptures together like 3 verses in a row, instead of having them all separated, it does not do that, unless there is a way to do that. For instance, if I was 3 verses together instead of 3 verses separated like this - Rev. 1:1-3 -- I see I can choose "Paragraph" that groups them together better.

Anyway, Thanks, my friend. Peace.

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Dave Hooton | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Jul 29 2019 2:44 PM

Wayne levi Price:
I am not used to typing out the word Milestone and using all the {(}) symbols.

The parentheses ( ... ) aren't needed for what you are doing. 

Wayne levi Price:
For instance, if I was 3 verses together instead of 3 verses separated like this - Rev. 1:1-3 -- I see I can choose "Paragraph" that groups them together better.

You can type {Milestone <Rev:1:1-3>} for brevity, but the verses are listed separately unless you use "Paragraph". However, when you enter  {Milestone <Rev 1:1>}, {Milestone <Rev 1:3-5>},  {Milestone <Rev 2:1>} you will see unspecified verses (e.g. v.2) because they are part of the paragraph in the bible.

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Wayne levi Price | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Jul 29 2019 2:49 PM

Dave Hooton:

Wayne levi Price:
I am not used to typing out the word Milestone and using all the {(}) symbols.

The parentheses ( ... ) aren't needed for what you are doing. 

Wayne levi Price:
For instance, if I was 3 verses together instead of 3 verses separated like this - Rev. 1:1-3 -- I see I can choose "Paragraph" that groups them together better.

You can type {Milestone <Rev:1:1-3>} for brevity, but the verses are listed separately unless you use "Paragraph". However, when you enter  {Milestone <Rev 1:1>}, {Milestone <Rev 1:3-5>},  {Milestone <Rev 2:1>} you will see unspecified verses (e.g. v.2) because they are part of the paragraph in the bible.

OK - thanks, buddy. I am learning a lot from you.

Peace...

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