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  • Searching for only those words that consists of a fixed number of letters

    How would I go about with Logos, if I want to search for only those words in the Greek NT: that are of any length except 1 letter (so as to exclude the article) that only consists of any of the first - say - 10 letters of the alphabet (thus including ἀββά, but excluding δοῦλος. Is this possible in Logos
    Posted to General by Michel Pauw on Thu, Jun 24 2021
  • Re: Searching and displaying particular highlights in a resource

    [quote user="Andrew Batishko"]I've created a case to fix the problem with only the first result getting exported despite what shows up in the preview. I'm not certain which is the second bug you are referring to.[/quote] Thanks, Andrew, for getting onto this! I'm not sure if these are indeed bugs, but these were the perceived ones: When exporting highlights
    Posted to General by Michel Pauw on Mon, Jun 14 2021
  • Re: Searching and displaying particular highlights in a resource

    [quote user="Dave Hooton"] The only recourse is to conduct a normal Bible/Basic Search [/quote] This is not a satisfactory solution, as this would only display the first two or three lines from the highlighted passage, not the whole highlighted passage (see screenshot below). My goal is to create a 'summary' of a book, based on my highlights. The inline
    Posted to General by Michel Pauw on Sun, Jun 13 2021
  • Re: Searching and displaying particular highlights in a resource

    Thanks, @Graham, this is soo cool! Now, when I tried to export the inline search results, Logos wouldn't let me export all highlights, but only one at a time. The export page does show, for example, 48 pages of results with each page containing one single highlighted text. But then, if you send it to a Word doc, it only exports the last highlight. Is
    Posted to General by Michel Pauw on Sat, Jun 12 2021
  • Searching and displaying particular highlights in a resource

    I've read a book while using different highlights, which I called e.g. Agree, Disagree, Interesting, etc. I know you can use the Notes Tool for exporting all your highlights in a specific resource. However, what the Notes Tool doesn't accomplish, is only exporting particular highlight styles. So, let's say I want to export only and all the highlights
    Posted to General by Michel Pauw on Sun, Jun 6 2021
  • Re: Sorting search results by publishing date

    I found a feedback topic for this feature. Join us by voting it up! https://feedback.faithlife.com/boards/logos-desktop-app/posts/sort-search-results-by-original-publication-date
    Posted to General by Michel Pauw on Mon, Apr 26 2021
  • Sorting search results by publishing date

    How about sorting search results by publishing date? already possible? planned improvement? Especially for research purposes, it would be tremendously helpful if we can sort our search results by the year by which the resource is published, so you can decide to display the most recent info on top.
    Posted to General by Michel Pauw on Sat, Apr 24 2021
  • Re: Syntax Search including several verses OR mistake in Cascadia Syntax Graph

    Hi Rick, Thanks for your reply. I did try the Matching skips levels on Terminal Node 2, but that doesn't result in what I wanted to accomplish. I am focusing on instances of: - one particular clause - with a postpositive ἵνα Since ἐρριζωμένοι καὶ τεθεμελιωμένοι
    Posted to General by Michel Pauw on Fri, Apr 16 2021
  • Syntax Search including several verses OR mistake in Cascadia Syntax Graph

    It looks like the ἳνα in Ephesians 3:18 is a nice example of a postpositive ἵνα. I tried a syntax to include all postpositive ἵνα's, but it didn't include this one. How would it be possible to include Ephesians 3:18 in this search, and thus have the syntax search go beyond verse borders? OR ... would you agree with me that
    Posted to General by Michel Pauw on Fri, Apr 16 2021
  • Re: Why does the English parallel translation show up for some Greek texts, while others don't?

    Thanks, JT, for trying to understand the issue! I am talking about the LOEB texts. These are ancient texts in both Greek and English. Some English texts do show up as English translation of the parallel Greek text, others don't. I think it's not the 'original language material' that need to be tied to each word, but the milestones of both resources
    Posted to General by Michel Pauw on Sun, Apr 11 2021
  • Why does the English parallel translation show up for some Greek texts, while others don't?

    Ik heb twee collecties: Greek: All Ancient Greek Literature (except Bibles) Greek: All Ancient Greek Literature in Translation (except Bibles) This allows me to search for words in Ancient Greek Literature, while Logos also displays the English Translation if I click 'Add Versions' and select the second collection. Fabulous feature, that works great
    Posted to General by Michel Pauw on Sun, Apr 11 2021
  • Re: Existe-t-il du matériel de formation en français?

    Merci beaucoup, Justin!
    Posted to Français by Michel Pauw on Mon, Mar 29 2021
  • Existe-t-il du matériel de formation en français?

    Excusez mon article traduit par Google, mais je demande au nom d'un ami: y a-t-il des vidéos de formation Logos Bible Software disponibles en français?
    Posted to Français by Michel Pauw on Fri, Mar 26 2021
  • Complex Search question

    According to one theory, a present stem verb can be translated duratively / continuously with 'continue to ...'. For example, this is done by the NIV in Gal. 2:10 'All they asked was that we should continue to remember the poor'. (see also Phil 2:12 ' continue to work out your salvation'). I was hoping to find more instances of this way of translating
    Posted to General by Michel Pauw on Thu, Mar 25 2021
  • 16gb or 32gb SDRAM

    Preparing to buy a new laptop, and I'm doubting between two models: Model 1: Dell XPS 15 - i7-9750H 32gb SDRAM 1TB M.2 PCIE 40 Performance SSD EUR 1844 Model 2: Dell XPS 15 - i7-10750H 16GB SDRAM 1TB M.2 PCIE 40 Performance SSD EUR 1978 Model 1 has a slightly older processor, but double memory, and is cheaper Model 2 has a slightly newer processor,
    Posted to General by Michel Pauw on Mon, Feb 8 2021
  • Re: Logos 9 Library Expansions Now Avaialable

    [quote user="DAL"] They're clickable but nothing shows as to what's included. The Lexham Press S through L have the same problem, except on that expansion the XL does show what's included. The Greek Studies Expansion doesn't show at all what's included. Hopefully, it'll be corrected soon. DAL [/quote] It seems corrected now: Greek XL Greek L
    Posted to General by Michel Pauw on Mon, Feb 8 2021
  • Best practices for quoting resources that don't have page numbers

    What are your best practices for quoting digital resources in Logos that do not have page numbers? Especially in academic papers for seminary / university. Do professors accept referencing without page numbers? What is your experience?
    Posted to General by Michel Pauw on Mon, Jan 25 2021
  • Re: Collection based on reading status

    [quote user="Dave Hooton"] See Library wiki where it shows you can filter by: {ReadingStatus value } where value =Unread, New, Reading, or Finished e.g. {ReadingStatus New} [/quote] Thanks, this will indeed do the trick if you want to search within only your finished books:
    Posted to General by Michel Pauw on Sun, Jan 24 2021
  • Sharing Personal Books

    Is it by now possible to share personal books (apart from sharing the original .docx file and let people build it themselves)? For example, through the Faithlife groups?
    Posted to General by Michel Pauw on Sun, Jan 24 2021
  • Sharing Personal Books

    Is it possible to share personal books (apart from sharing the original .docx file and let people build it themselves)? For example, through the Faithlife groups?
    Posted to General by Michel Pauw on Sun, Jan 24 2021
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