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Chris Ease | Forum Activity | Posted: Thu, Sep 3 2009 7:53 PM

The Greek word ἐκβάλλει (English translation = drove or compelled) in Mark 1:12 does not highlight in BDAG using Active reference under visual filters.  Why?  The reference is found on page 299 under heading "1" and heading  "2".  Most of the time, my highlights work.  Anybody else have the same problem?  It's just easier for me to spot if it is highlighted.  I am using the Lexham Greek English Interlinear.

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George Somsel | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Sep 3 2009 8:13 PM

Chris:

The Greek word ἐκβάλλει (English translation = drove or compelled) in Mark 1:12 does not highlight in BDAG using Active reference under visual filters.  Why?  The reference is found on page 299 under heading "1" and heading  "2".  Most of the time, my highlights work.  Anybody else have the same problem?  It's just easier for me to spot if it is highlighted.  I am using the Lexham Greek English Interlinear.

Could you explain better what your problem is?  The links for this reference work.

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Dave Hooton | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Sep 3 2009 9:33 PM

Chris:
The Greek word ἐκβάλλει (English translation = drove or compelled) in Mark 1:12 does not highlight in BDAG using Active reference under visual filters. 

It won't highlight if BDAG is already showing that Greek word. Go to another word in BDAG and repeat the keylink from LGNTI.

Right click the reference in BDAG to make sure it is a bible reference - it should appear as a Selected Reference and its keylink should be Bible.

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Chris Ease | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Sep 4 2009 6:06 AM

This problem was on the windows version.  I couldn't get this to work last night for nothing on any word.  I have this as a workspace saved.  The workspace is Lexham Greek English Interlinear and Lexaham Greek Discourse chainlinked to "A".  Then I have 3 lexicons (L&N, ANLEX, and BDAG) all set up as active bible references  under visual filters with the color selection of yellow (no chainlink on these 3 and they are promoted to top 3 in Greek keylinking).  Normally, I double left click on a Greek word and all 3 lexicons go to the Greek word.  No need to right click and select lemma or manuscript from the list of options.  I closed Logos this morning to see what this forum had posted and decided to re-open the workspace (which is the default workspace).  It works fine now.  I guess I just needed to close and re-open the software.  I'm not sure what could have caused this quirk to happen. 

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Chris Ease | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Sep 4 2009 6:13 AM

BTW, my problem has happened again.  All I did was close Mozilla browser and active bible reference highlight quit.  I tried words that I had just done (and they worked before) and to no avail.  Logos is there a patch or fix for this or do I need to continually close and re-open the software?

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Dave Hooton | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Sep 4 2009 6:51 AM

Chris:
BTW, my problem has happened again.  All I did was close Mozilla browser and active bible reference highlight quit. 

I cannot reproduce your problem in Win XP. In order to get the three lexicons showing the definition I had to set Number of Windows to open on a Keylink (in Keylink Options for Greek) to 3. Is this what you did? What version of Mozilla and what addons does it have?

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Chris Ease | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Sep 4 2009 6:38 PM

I am using split screen so the Greek discourse is on left half with BDAG, ANLEX, and L&N.  On right half is Greek English interlinear with MacArthur study bible.  Basically both Greek texts are up front and the other resources are behind them.  I have 3 selected as number of keylinking under Greek with preview keylink in tip window as display.  I do not have a single click hyperlink selected.  I re-opened Logos 3rd time and my stuff worked for a minute and then same stuff started happening again.  HERE'S the weird part!  When you look at the verse that the bible your (in the verse box above bible) reading says it's on...i just figured out what the problem may be.  Let's say I'm interested in Mark 1:12.  The verse above bible says Mark 1:12.  If I click a Greek word in verse 12, I get the highlighting I want.  Since I can see more than 1 verse, I have been clicking like a couple or few verses down on a Greek word and I am not getting the highlighting.  I'm thinking that if you use what I am trying to do, then the Greek word in the verse you are double-clicking on had better be the verse in the verse box above that bible.

 

I did try the single click hyperlink option for a minute but it seemed to mess up L&N and DBL opened.  I have 7 promoted in Greek keylinking and all other resources beneath are unchecked.  The order of top 3 in Greek keylinking are BDAG, ANLEX, and L&N.  I removed single-click hyperlink option and went back to the double-click.

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Dave Hooton | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Sep 4 2009 9:27 PM

Chris:
i just figured out what the problem may be.  Let's say I'm interested in Mark 1:12.  The verse above bible says Mark 1:12.  If I click a Greek word in verse 12, I get the highlighting I want.  Since I can see more than 1 verse, I have been clicking like a couple or few verses down on a Greek word and I am not getting the highlighting.

Ahhh, yes. It is not a problem, though, as the Active Bible Reference is the one currently displayed in the toolbar text box.

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