The HOW and WHY of Verbal Intensity?

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Apexite | Forum Activity | Posted: Wed, Oct 10 2012 1:28 PM

I read in another post about "verbal intensity".  It sounds interesting and potentially very useful.  Can someone point me in the direction of where I might learn how to use that Logos feature, and perhaps pass along insight into why I would want to use it, or not.

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Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :) | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Oct 12 2012 8:21 PM

My favorite Logos 4 feature is visual filter highlighting so can "see" morphological codes in Greek and English using resources in parallel:

Highlighting verbs and things enables quick referencing between Greek and English while showing context in each language.   English is not Greek, both are not Hebrew nor Aramaic. Proper names tend to have a one to one correspondence between languages, but others words cover a range of expression with a variety of nuances.

 Visual highlighting shows 7 verbs in Matthew 6:9-13 in the imperative mood.  Reverse interlinear has the M in the morphological tagging for iMperative:

Logos Wiki has visual filter examples => http://wiki.logos.com/Extended_Tips_for_Highlighting_and_Visual_Filters#Examples_of_visual_filters

Logos forum thread => http://community.logos.com/forums/t/47696.aspx about Greek Tools includes a couple screen shots from Logos resources, which have Greek verbal mood summaries.

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Apexite | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Oct 14 2012 9:34 AM

KS4J......Thanks.  After I have the opportunity to pursue the links to the Logos Wiki page and the forum thread, I'm going to attempt a new layout dedicated to visual filter highlighting.  Check's in the mail.  Smile

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Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :) | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Oct 14 2012 1:18 PM

Visual filters are enabled/disabled in resources.  Layouts save the arrangement of resources.

Personally started with one Logos Greek Morphology visual filter.  Since wanted more flexibility about what to highlight, now have 10 Logos Greek Morphology visual filters, including a couple that are seldom used.

For creating and modifying visual filters, do have a couple layouts. Learned to created Highlighting palette and styles first, then proceed with visual filters.

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