resource "go to" box quirk

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Friedrich | Forum Activity | Posted: Tue, May 18 2010 1:52 PM

Might there be a way to make navigating to a specific section in a commentary more "forgiving"?  Example (of unforgiving structure):

While working in TNTC/Acts, I wanted to go to Acts 15:19 comment section.  Typing "Acts 15:19" took me instead to the beginning of the overall discussion: Acts 15:1-35.  What I found I had to do was type in exactly the reference that preceded discussion of the nineteenth verse, in this case, "Acts 15:19-20".  Is it possible to code it so that as long as your verse reference fits within that larger range, that you can navigate to it?  (ie, typing "acts 15:19" will take me to the "Acts 15:19-20" discussion.)

 

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Dave Hooton | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, May 18 2010 4:12 PM

This seems to vary depending on the resource (and I don't have yours) eg. the NAC gave me a drop down with a choice of  vv1-35, 6-21, 12-21 or 19-20 but the default was 1-35. If I started with Acts 15:19 in another commentary and used Parallel Resource sets it would bring me to NAC Acts 15:19-20!

I would highlight the 19-20 reference, right click and make a typo report stating that you can "go to" this place but it is not offered in a drop down for Acts 15:19.

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