SUGGESTION: Is this a reasonable workflow - top 5 occurrences not top 5 possible occurrences.

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MJ. Smith | Forum Activity | Posted: Sat, Jan 25 2020 3:05 AM

Think of this as researching the literary context - something Logos consistently suggests.

  1. I enter another semi-Biblical reference (canonical in some Bibles at some times)
  2. I find two choices and note the system recognizes the Odes/Deut relationship
  3. I get an error message "There are no results for this reference. Please try a different reference" This really means "The first Bible lacks this reference."
  4. So I open a Search and do a milestone search to find instances of the text
  5. I find I have several instances of the text - at least one of which is in English. I can then put this Bible at the front of my compare list to get this comparison to work. I will have to remove it before using any NT references.

Somehow, this doesn't strike me as a well-considered workflow.

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