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  • Re: Page numbers for Lexham Bible Dictionary

    [quote user="Sean"]For citation purposes, cite the article, not the dictionary as a whole. Go to the information pane (ctrl-shift-I) to get that information. If you are writing a paper using a particular style guide, consult it for whatever other information you are required to put for electronic resources.[/quote] When citing a dictionary or encyclopedia
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Harry Hahne on Wed, May 12 2021
  • Re: Searching for all metaphors

    [quote user="Dave Hooton"] [quote user="Harry Hahne"]But what if I want to find all types of metaphors?[/quote] For the NT only, try {Section <FigurativeLanguageCategory ~ Meta>} --> note that ~ Meta ensures matching all metaphor categories But I think you might find {Section <FigurativeLanguageCategory ~ Meta, Ont>} more satisfying.
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Harry Hahne on Tue, May 11 2021
  • Searching for all metaphors

    In the figurative language tagging there are several subcategories of metaphors (Structural, Ontological, etc) and some of these subcategories have additional subcategories (e.g. Ontological has Container, Entity, Personification, etc,) How can I search for higher level categories and include all subcategories. For example, suppose I want to search
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Harry Hahne on Tue, May 11 2021
  • Bug: Incorrect search from Selection menu

    If I select a phrase in an English Bible, then choose Search from the Selection menu, I would expect the search to find instances of that phrase. However, if I select "under Law" in Galatians 4:21, then choose Search, the search is only on the Greek word Law. The search created is lemma:νόμος. I would expect the search to also include
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Harry Hahne on Mon, Apr 19 2021
  • Re: Bug: Chart does not show LXX books when search Greek word on Series

    [quote user="SineNomine"] [quote user="MJ. Smith"]it worked better in the beta.[/quote] Ironic and strange. [/quote] Yeah. I remember discussing charting problems during the beta and I thought they were resolved.
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Harry Hahne on Wed, Apr 14 2021
  • Re: Bug: Many chart types do not produce a chart

    [quote user="Dave Hooton"]The Pie/Donut should show for a single resource[/quote] This is erratic. I tried searching on the LXX alone. When I changed from column to pie, the chart was blank. However, when I started with a fresh chart the pie chart showed up. [quote user="Dave Hooton"] It's likely Logos LXX has zero results[/quote] The search has a results
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Harry Hahne on Wed, Apr 14 2021
  • Re: Bug: Chart does not show LXX books when search Greek word on Series

    I tried the search on just the LXX. It does produce a chart,but it does not include deuterocanonical books. I believe the chart should include any books that are part of the corpus that is searched. Christians from non-Protestant traditions would expect this. Also, the chart on the Series (UBS5 and LXX) does not include any LXX books, including canonical
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Harry Hahne on Wed, Apr 14 2021
  • Bug: Many chart types do not produce a chart

    When I show a chart of the search results, no chart is formed for the various Pie and Donut chart types. Perhaps Logos is recommending that I should change by diet to exclude sweets! Also it is not clear in the 3D Column chart what the blue mark is next to each column.
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Harry Hahne on Mon, Apr 12 2021
  • Re: Lookup not displaying Greek/Hebrew information

    [quote user="Todd Diehl (Faithlife)"]The "card" UX changed a bit so that multiple cards and card types can be shown in a carousel. You swipe left/right to move through them.[/quote] Thanks, Todd. It was not obvious that there was another card that could be viewed. I have set mine to prefer the word info card, so the behavior is as in earlier mobile
    Posted to Logos Mobile Beta by Harry Hahne on Mon, Apr 12 2021
  • Bug: Chart does not show LXX books when search Greek word on Series

    A search for a Greek lemma on a Series, the results include both the LXX and the Greek New Testament, which is wonderful. However, when I create a Graph, the chart does not include any of the books in the LXX, even though the chart says that it should include these books. *Logos 9.4 Beta 4, Windows 10
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Harry Hahne on Mon, Apr 12 2021
  • Lookup not displaying Greek/Hebrew information

    It used to be that when I long press on a word and choose Lookup, I could see the information on the Greek and Hebrew word (parsing, lemma, article in my preferred lexicon). But recently the mobile behavior changed so Lookup displays the Factbook. How do I go back to seeing the information on the Greek/Hebrew word? This is one of the most useful features
    Posted to Logos Mobile Beta by Harry Hahne on Mon, Mar 29 2021
  • Re: Forcing a series of notes to go into a particular notebook

    [quote user="Dave Hooton"]You can't associate a Notebook with a resource.[/quote] In the old notes system, highlighting for each resource were separate for the resource. When these were converted over to the new notes system, they were put into separate notebooks. What I am looking for is a similar outcome, where the notes and highlights for a resource
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Harry Hahne on Tue, Mar 23 2021
  • Forcing a series of notes to go into a particular notebook

    I want to take a series of notes and highlights and always have it go into a particular notebook that is associated with a resouce. I can see that if I have a notebook open while I highlight text and take notes, the notes and highlights go into that notebook. How can I force the notes and highlights to go into a notebook associated with a resource?
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Harry Hahne on Tue, Mar 23 2021
  • Re: Quickest way to compare how Bibles translate a Greek/Hebrew word

    It is too bad that there is not more consistency between various parts of the program in how to copy text. The right click Context menu works for Passage lists, but not for search results. For search results you have to use the Print/Export command, which involves a lot of steps. For the Information panel, there is a hidden context menu under the facet
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Harry Hahne on Mon, Mar 22 2021
  • Re: Quickest way to compare how Bibles translate a Greek/Hebrew word

    [quote user="Graham Criddle"] [quote user="Harry Hahne"]Is there any way to copy this list of translations of the word?[/quote] If you right-click the small arrow at the top-left of that section, you should get a popup menu that includes the Copy option. [/quote] That is great to know. Another hidden power feature in Logos! Is there any way to copy
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Harry Hahne on Mon, Mar 22 2021
  • Re: Quickest way to compare how Bibles translate a Greek/Hebrew word

    [quote user="John Fidel"]I keep the Information tool open and then review the translation section. It shows how each word I click on is translated on all my reverse interlinear texts. For non-interlinear, perhaps a collection of those with the text comparison tool would work[/quote] Sweet! That is just what I was looking for. Is there any way to copy
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Harry Hahne on Mon, Mar 22 2021
  • Quickest way to compare how Bibles translate a Greek/Hebrew word

    I am looking for the quickest way to compare how a collection of English Bibles translate a particular Greek or Hebrew word in a particular verse. I can do this with the Text Comparison tool, but it is tedious and time consuming. I have to scan down through all of the translations to find what appears to be their translation of a word. It would be great
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Harry Hahne on Mon, Mar 22 2021
  • Bible Book Explorer vs New Testament Use of the Old Testament Tool

    I have a few questions about the Bible Book Explorer (BBE): What is the difference in the content of BBE compared to the New Testament Use of the Old Testament (NTUOT) tool? Other than a different way of viewing the data, is there any different information available in one tool or the other? Do these two tools use the same source of information? What
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Harry Hahne on Sun, Mar 14 2021
  • Re: Unpredicable search syntax from Selection menu

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] I'm a bit confused - what are you calling the "selection menu"?[/quote] This is the menu that pops up after you select text. In the Program Settings it is called the Selection menu. In the Help document, it is called either the Resource Text Selection Menu or simply the S election Menu. What inconsistency did you have in mind
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Harry Hahne on Tue, Mar 9 2021
  • Unpredicable search syntax from Selection menu

    I am finding inconsistency between searches in the Selection menu and the Context menu. When I select a phrase from the Bible and choose Search from the Selection menu, I would expect the phrase to be put quotation marks. This works just fine if I select “the parable of the sower" in Matthew 13:18. But when I select "τὴν παραβολὴν
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Harry Hahne on Tue, Mar 9 2021
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