TIP of the day: Linking textual notes to the text

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MJ. Smith | Forum Activity | Posted: Fri, Jul 17 2015 5:49 PM

1. What is published as a single volume in print may be split into multiple resources in Logos - often text, textual notes and translation.

2. By default the textual notes will open on click/display on hover a translation rather than the original text. In this particular case, not the translation of the original single volume.

3. Using the same steps shown in TIP of the day: Connecting a study Bible to the version to which it belongs, use advanced prioritization to link the textual notes to the text:

4. Now a hover or click on the reference in the textual notes will bring up the related text.

5. Use the parallel resources icon (//) when you wish to access the translation. Note that the parallel resource collection is built automatically (on demand) by the Logos/Verbum application.

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