Why the double reference in the ESV

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Beloved Amodeo | Forum Activity | Posted: Mon, Jan 3 2022 3:31 PM

In the section Types of Footnotes 2 (d) the reference to Ro 1.13 is referenced twice. I think this is unintentional and should be corrected. See below

Edit: Ro 7.1 cited in the same entry also has a double reference.

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Kiyah | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Jan 3 2022 3:59 PM

For those two instances, the first reference is from the ESV and the second is from your preferred bible (mine is the NRSV). Since your preferred bible is probably the ESV you see the same text twice, but I see the "Romans 1:13" and then "Romans 1:13 NRSV." Since the other references aren't duplicated, I agree with you that it looks like an error that needs to be corrected.

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Kyle G. Anderson | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Jan 4 2022 8:17 AM

This is a book bug. Its marked up as both an internal reference and a Bible reference. It should be one or the other but not both.

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Beloved Amodeo | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Jan 4 2022 9:49 AM

Kyle G. Anderson:

This is a book bug. Its marked up as both an internal reference and a Bible reference. It should be one or the other but not both.

Thanks for the info. Is there any interest in correcting/fixing this bug?

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scooter | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Jan 4 2022 10:34 AM

Beloved Amodeo:

Kyle G. Anderson:

This is a book bug. Its marked up as both an internal reference and a Bible reference. It should be one or the other but not both.

Thanks for the info. Is there any interest in correcting/fixing this bug?

I believe it SB fixed.

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Robert M. Warren | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Jan 4 2022 3:25 PM

The last time I had an occasion to notice, this also happens in a Personal Book when one tags a version-explicit bible link. Even though it might be annoying when the explicit link is the same as the preferred bible, I like the effect of having two versions in the popup when they are different.

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Bill | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Jan 4 2022 4:50 PM

Robert M. Warren:
I like the effect of having two versions in the popup when they are different.

YesYes Me too!

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Dave Hooton | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Jan 4 2022 6:31 PM

Bill:

Robert M. Warren:
I like the effect of having two versions in the popup when they are different.

YesYes Me too!

You can control internal bible references if that is what is intended, whether in a bible or a commentary. The OP's issue is clearly one that was intended to be an internal reference whilst others are deliberately tagged not to be a link. And you can mange both types in a Personal Book:

  • use a Word bookmark or a Logos headword - [[@Headword: ....]] associated with the bible reference
  • {{~ Jn 3:12 }} will not be recognised as a bible reference (the spaces are important)

In a PB, a Logos resource link (logosres) or bible reference link e.g. [[John 3:12 >> BibleNABRE:Jn 3:12]]  will behave as you describe for the popup, otherwise you will only get a popup for a bible that supports the reference.

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