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Amy Leung | Forum Activity | Posted: Wed, Jan 13 2010 10:28 PM

I think I can't be the only one asking for this?  Hmm

When I am looking up a word in the lexicon I either double click, or right click and choose the lexicon to go to.  I'm missing the convenience in L3 when I could configure the keylink to behave as a hyperlink, and it will open up my lexicons with a single click.

Okay it's not a big deal to have to double click - it is at least better than the need to triple click (!) like they made it in Accord**ce for word lookups (the main reason I stayed away from it...), but in prolonged studies and hard passages with many lexicon lookups it can become tiring.  Right now this is the only reason why I am still using L3 in my studies. 

I wonder if it is possible to let us have single click as an option to open lexicon entries?

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Mark Smith | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Jan 15 2010 7:20 PM

Amy Leung:
I'm missing the convenience in L3 when I could configure the keylink to behave as a hyperlink, and it will open up my lexicons with a single click.

Amy, I have used Logos 3 since it came out, know about keylinking but have never been able to activate a keylink without a double click. As far as I can tell, with the exception of not being able to easily specify keylink destinations, Logos 4 behaves just like Logos 3 did in this area. Perhaps I misunderstand or I've missed a feature all these years.

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SteveF | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Jan 15 2010 9:45 PM

Amy Leung:
I could configure the keylink to behave as a hyperlink

Yes it was in:

Tools\options\KeyLink\display:  [Make hyperlink (single click performs keylink)]

- I also found it  quite helpful

early on a few asked for it (one-click) but I think more were just asking to get the Lexicons to appear with the correct articles/words/terms etc.

Steve

 

Regards, SteveF

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