Major Problem with the Anchors - Please HELP

Page 1 of 1 (6 items)
This post has 5 Replies | 2 Followers

Posts 222
Wayne levi Price | Forum Activity | Posted: Fri, Jun 11 2021 5:47 AM

Major Problem with the Anchors - Please HELP

I included a link to the Demonstration on this problem.
I have been using Logos for over 10 years and have NEVER seen this problem.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gKeB9TXFuv4 

Posts 432
PJ | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Jun 11 2021 10:06 AM

I have version 9.5.0.0019. According to your interface features you also have this version?

I can confirm that I succeeded to replicate this in KJV 1900

LLS:KJV1900
2019-09-24T19:56:58Z
KJV1900.logos4


RVI:KJV1900NT
2019-09-24T19:39:56Z
KJV1900NT.lbsrvi


RVI:KJV1900OT
2019-09-24T19:39:56Z
KJV1900OT.lbsrvi

Posts 432
PJ | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Jun 11 2021 10:13 AM

I observed an error in your explanation at 6:23+

You type in Rom 1:2 but expect it to show up in Rom 6:2

the same for Rom 1:3 but expecting it to show up in Rom 6:3

But regardless of this error I could still replicate it.

Posts 756
Kevin | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Jun 11 2021 11:09 AM

Seems to me that if some of the anchors in the note are sequential eg (Rom 1:1, Rom 1:2, Rom 1:3), albeit not necessarily in sequential order in the note (Rom 1:2, Rom 1:3, Rom 1:1), then it will treat them specifically as a single anchor of a range (Rom 1:1-3), so you only get the one note icon at the start of the range, not for each anchor.

Anchors that are not in a range will get an icon, and multiple ranges are allowed, each getting a single icon.

Whether or not it should be like this is debatable. You could add a highlight to the note which would then show the range, with the icon just at the start. This way you would know that a verse does have a note applied.

Posts 222
Wayne levi Price | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Jun 13 2021 5:55 AM

Kevin:

Seems to me that if some of the anchors in the note are sequential eg (Rom 1:1, Rom 1:2, Rom 1:3), albeit not necessarily in sequential order in the note (Rom 1:2, Rom 1:3, Rom 1:1), then it will treat them specifically as a single anchor of a range (Rom 1:1-3), so you only get the one note icon at the start of the range, not for each anchor.

Anchors that are not in a range will get an icon, and multiple ranges are allowed, each getting a single icon.

Whether or not it should be like this is debatable. You could add a highlight to the note which would then show the range, with the icon just at the start. This way you would know that a verse does have a note applied.

I think you are right about that. It is not allowing Anchors to be back to back because they are so close together and looked at as one anchor

Posts 222
Wayne levi Price | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Jun 13 2021 5:55 AM

Kevin:

Seems to me that if some of the anchors in the note are sequential eg (Rom 1:1, Rom 1:2, Rom 1:3), albeit not necessarily in sequential order in the note (Rom 1:2, Rom 1:3, Rom 1:1), then it will treat them specifically as a single anchor of a range (Rom 1:1-3), so you only get the one note icon at the start of the range, not for each anchor.

Anchors that are not in a range will get an icon, and multiple ranges are allowed, each getting a single icon.

Whether or not it should be like this is debatable. You could add a highlight to the note which would then show the range, with the icon just at the start. This way you would know that a verse does have a note applied.

Yeah I noticed that mistake also. 

Page 1 of 1 (6 items) | RSS