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  • Re: Bug:Labels vanishing

    Thank you so much!
    Posted to Logos 6 by Bob on Sun, Dec 14 2014
  • Bug:Labels vanishing

    I am having this problem consistently. I create a label. A few hours later I come back to my highlight pallet and that label has vanished from the Highlighting style. The box "This style implies a label" is unchecked and all my attributes are gone. Other times, I apply a label to my text via highlighting, but the attributes vanish within the applied
    Posted to Logos 6 by Bob on Sat, Dec 13 2014
  • Re: New Feature: Label Entry

    I am just starting to learn a few features of the software, and I was curious as how to best mark up parallel passages or ideas I come across in scripture. I thought creating a label and adding attachment points to all of the parallels would be the best option, but now that I see the parent style doesn't transfer I'm not sure. Is this something they
    Posted to Logos 6 by Bob on Sun, Nov 23 2014
  • Re: New Feature: Label Entry

    Are there plans to have the label's highlighter pallet text effects transfer to added attachment points in the highlighter note?
    Posted to Logos 6 by Bob on Sat, Nov 22 2014
  • How to attach a note to an "event" and have it shown through multiple references?

    Hi, I figured out that I can attach a note to an "event" in Logos, but it doesn't seem to be visible in the text referencing the event. Is this a bug, or is it a feature not built into the software? It would be helpful for noting one time, something seen and applicable to parallel accounts, such as in the gospels. Thanks!
    Posted to Logos 6 by Bob on Sat, Nov 1 2014
  • Re: New Feature: Propositional Outlines

    Interesting, is anyone familiar with the Bible arcing method of study? Do you think this will replace it?
    Posted to Logos 6 by Bob on Wed, Oct 29 2014
  • How to best use BDAG with Louw - Nida?

    I am starting to learn the Greek language, and I am trying to choose the process in which I will study. I hear the two big Lexicons are BDAG and Louw - Nida, but both are used for different methods of the greek study. How do I properly use both together as I learn the language?
    Posted to Logos 5 by Bob on Mon, Aug 11 2014
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