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Stephen Koehn | Forum Activity | Posted: Sun, Apr 15 2012 6:12 AM

Reading Plan: I would like the option to make a reading plan but not be confined to one translation over another. If I have a reading plan associated with the Bible, I would like to be able to start in ESV, for instance, but be able to "mark read" in any other version. I may start in the KJV and continue in another version and in order to keep my reading plan up to date, I have to go back and either mark read each section or check the boxes on the Logos desktop app.

 

Emphasis Markup/Notes. I appreciate that any notes that are associated with a verse are able to be associated with that verse in any Bible version. When I have a note for a specific word and not the whole verse it of course is only associated with the specific Bible version--the same with general emphasis markup. Is there a way to associate Emphasis Markup with the embedded Strong's number, rather than the English translation? Then in any Bible version that has embedded Strong's numbers will reflect the marked-up text. For example, the word "Πεπείσμεθα" in Hebrews 6:9 is translated "persuaded" in KJV, "feel sure" in the ESV, and "convinced" in NASB. I would like to highlight this word in the KJV because I want to expound on the meaning but not interrupt the notes I have on this particular verse, but have it be associated with "Πεπείσμεθα" rather than "persuaded" so that when I pull up the same verse in ESV or NASB, I see the same note or highlight, because it is associated with the Greek and not the English.  

 

Does that make sense?

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JT (alabama24) | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Apr 15 2012 6:27 AM

Stephen Koehn:
I would like the option to make a reading plan but not be confined to one translation over another.

This isn't currently possible. You should create a suggestion in the suggestions forum. Smile

Stephen Koehn:
Is there a way to associate Emphasis Markup with the embedded Strong's number, rather than the English translation?

No. Some have suggested tying some highlights to lemmas connected through the reverse interlinear info. Currently, notes can only be tied to the reference, or the surface text (resource specific).

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