Bible highlights / "Corresponding annotation from" gives inconsistent behavior

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Scott Sanjay Hayes | Forum Activity | Posted: Tue, Apr 21 2020 8:07 PM
Here's what I'm experiencing. I highlighted the verse 1 Kings 7:1 in the LEB. Then I viewed it on the layout "6 Bibles: LEB, ESV, NKJV, NIV, CSB, NLT" where these 6 versions are on the screen in 6 vertical columns and all visible. The same verse is highlighted in all 6 versions now, but some have words that aren't highlighted within the verse. When I pointed the mouse to the word "entire" in the ESV, I got a popup that said "Corresponding annotation from LEB" which let me know that highlight was originally made in the LEB. (See the attached screenshot: 2020-04-18-corresponding-annotation-from-LEB-appears.png)I switched to the layout "Devotional Meditation". Then I pointed to the same word "entire" in the ESV in 1 Kings 7:1. This time there was no popup given. (See the attached screenshot: 2020-04-18-corresponding-annotation-from-LEB-doesnt-appear.png) I have a couple of questions about this. 1. Why does the popup "Corresponding annotation from LEB" appear on the layout "6 Bibles: LEB, ESV, NKJV, NIV, CSB, NLT" but the same popup doesn't appear on the layout "Devotional Meditation"? 2. Viewing the layout "6 Bibles: LEB, ESV, NKJV, NIV, CSB, NLT", why are some words highlighted in 1 Kings:1 for ESV, NKJV, NIV, CSB, NLT and others not? Is it because those words aren't in the ENGLISH version LEB, or is it because those words don't connect to the original HEBREW in the reverse interlinear database in Logos somehow? Thanks so much!

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Dave Hooton | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Apr 22 2020 2:59 PM

I can't reproduce/explain the "corresponding..." popup.

Scott Sanjay Hayes:
2. Viewing the layout "6 Bibles: LEB, ESV, NKJV, NIV, CSB, NLT", why are some words highlighted in 1 Kings:1 for ESV, NKJV, NIV, CSB, NLT and others not? Is it because those words aren't in the ENGLISH version LEB, or is it because those words don't connect to the original HEBREW in the reverse interlinear database in Logos somehow?

With Corresponding, the associated/connected Hebrew words highlighted in LEB are also highlighted in other Bibles with a Hebrew reverse interlinear i.e. the associated manuscript (English) words are highlighted. In ESV, "own" is not associated with a Hebrew word, so it is not highlighted.

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