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nicky crane | Forum Activity | Posted: Sun, Jan 3 2010 10:29 AM

how do they work in Logos 4?  I just get a line of reverse interlinear at the bottom of the window, but have difficulty linking it with the Bible text, and attempts to get the reverse interlinear to the verse I'm looking at have failed miserably...

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Mark Smith | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Jan 3 2010 10:44 AM

One of the negatives of the way Logos has redesigned the RI. You have to click on a word in the English text to get the interlinear text to jump to the right spot.

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nicky crane | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Jan 3 2010 11:05 AM

Thanks.  I still miss the link to the dictionary that Logos 3 gives, so that I can see more possible meanings of the word in question.  Any chance of putting in that link?

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Mark Smith | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Jan 3 2010 11:11 AM

There is a direct link to the Strong's dictionary in the OT and NT. To see it right click on the word 'surface' and select the Stong's number line to be displayed (if it isn't already).

I also have a link to the Louw-Nida dictionary in the NT in my installation. I imagine you have to have Louw-Nida for this to be an option. If you study how to do advanced prioritzation and have a prefered dictionary keyed to Strong's numbers you can select that as your go-to dictionary for a Strong's number link.

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Chris Elford | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Jan 3 2010 11:36 AM

Mark A. Smith:

There is a direct link to the Strong's dictionary in the OT and NT. To see it right click on the word 'surface' and select the Stong's number line to be displayed (if it isn't already).

I also have a link to the Louw-Nida dictionary in the NT in my installation. I imagine you have to have Louw-Nida for this to be an option. If you study how to do advanced prioritzation and have a prefered dictionary keyed to Strong's numbers you can select that as your go-to dictionary for a Strong's number link.

Nicolette,

If you hover over the Strong or Louw-Nida numbers you'll get a popup of the reference, it may help you decide if you want to open the lexicon or not.

You can also run a Bible Word Study for the word by right clicking on the surface, MSS or Lemma word and selecting "selection" or "lemma" on the right then selecting Bible Word Study on the left.

Another way to get this kind of information, that will dynamically change as you point to different words, is to open the Information tool -- it will give you English or Greek (or Hebrew) dictionary/lexicon entries. (Holding the Crtl key will stop it dynamically changing as you move the cursor)

Chris

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