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Gregg Farah | Forum Activity | Posted: Fri, Dec 21 2018 11:10 AM

Can someone help me know how I can scroll through my highlights in a particular resource? Prior to Logos 8, I would click the drop down menu and select “highlight” and then use up/down arrows to scroll through highlights. Now the drop down menu only has “article” and “page."

I’m trying to search the notebook called “highlighter pens” but can’t figure out how to organize it so I can find the resource w/in that notebook I want to see. Any thoughts? Thank you.

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Dave Hooton | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Dec 21 2018 2:59 PM

Gregg Farah:
Prior to Logos 8, I would click the drop down menu and select “highlight” and then use up/down arrows to scroll through highlights. Now the drop down menu only has “article” and “page."

That was called "Annotation" in Logos 7 (did you upgrade from an earlier version?). It will be restored in a future release of Logos 8.

Gregg Farah:
I’m trying to search the notebook called “highlighter pens” but can’t figure out how to organize it so I can find the resource w/in that notebook

In the Notes tool sidebar, select Filters, select your Notebook under Notebooks, and then select your resource under Resource.

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Gregg Farah | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Dec 21 2018 8:43 PM

Hi Dave. I’ve subscribed to Logos Now (or whatever it’s now called) since it has been available. I’m not following your instructions. To clarify, I want to scroll through my highlights--preferable seeing them in context...not isolated. Thanks.

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Dave Hooton | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Dec 21 2018 9:35 PM

Gregg Farah:
To clarify, I want to scroll through my highlights--preferable seeing them in context...not isolated.

You said "any thoughts", and scrolling through highlights in the resource is not possible!

Gregg Farah:
I’m not following your instructions.

Did you try it? The Notes tool is the best (only) way to see your highlights; albeit that you have to click the anchor/reference to see them in the resource.

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