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  • Re: Searching for the use of one Greek word associated with another?

    Dave, That is SOOO cool! I can't thank you enough! And who would have thunk it--turns out John likes this expression! Now to dig in and figure out what he means by it. Very grateful for your help! Mike
    Posted to General by Mike Johnson on Fri, Dec 31 2010
  • Re: Searching for the use of one Greek word associated with another?

    Dave, Appreciate the reply. Unfortunately it appears I am too obtuse to even know where to begin the process--my morph search in Logos 3 doesn't appear to even give the "Options" at step one, so I am not even sure I am even in the right place. If you happened to have the time and energy, would you mind giving a more step-by-step process to get into
    Posted to General by Mike Johnson on Thu, Dec 30 2010
  • Searching for the use of one Greek word associated with another?

    Sorry about the title--wasn't exactly sure how to even put the question. Couldn't search the forum for previous answers for the same reason--not sure what I am even asking! I wanted to find all the uses of the verb τίθημι with the noun ψυχή everywhere in the NT. I am working on what John means by "laying down the soul" in 1 Jn. 3:16-18. It is an interesting
    Posted to General by Mike Johnson on Thu, Dec 30 2010
  • Re: Commentary doesn't stay in synch with Bible

    Mark, I so appreciate your good help. That is pretty much the solution I have come to as well--breaking the link and just scrolling along manually. It is not a terrible burden since I only rarely consult the commentary, so it is not a matter of having to scroll every couple minutes. Plus...I don't read the Greek text fast enough to have to scroll the
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Mike Johnson on Mon, Mar 15 2010
  • Re: Commentary doesn't stay in synch with Bible

    Mark, Really good question...and one I had wondered about myself. Of course, the commentary presenting the problem is the usual commentary I have up, so I normally had it there. But I actually kicked another one up in its place to experiment (and, interestingly, one without major headings and subheadings) and that commentary runs right parallel with
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Mike Johnson on Sat, Mar 13 2010
  • Re: Commentary doesn't stay in synch with Bible

    I received an email in response to this asking if I was sure that the two resources were set as a linked set: "Have you double checked that they are a linked set - letter by cover image?". They are a linked set (in fact, I cleared the links and then redid them just to experiment) but I am not sure of what the last phrase means "letter by cover image
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Mike Johnson on Fri, Mar 12 2010
  • Commentary doesn't stay in synch with Bible

    I have normally had one of the commentaries up next to the NAGNT running in parallel with it and I am absolutely sure that the two always ran well side-by-side before, moving verse-by-verse together. However about three or four weeks ago I noticed that the commentary won't stay in synch with the Bible, but lags it, staying instead at the last head of
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Mike Johnson on Thu, Mar 11 2010
  • Re: No Information with Mouse Hovering

    Erik, Thanks! That helped, at least half-way. I now get the parsing with the mouse hover. It is not the same as I get at home (no english definition as well as parsing) but until I get home and figure it out, this will do. Thanks!! Mike
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Mike Johnson on Thu, Sep 10 2009
  • No Information with Mouse Hovering

    I recently loaded Logos on my laptop for an extended trip, and now that I am 1200 miles from home on the road, I realize that I am not getting any information when I hover my mouse over words in NA27 (and other resources) like I do on my desktop at home. I have searched Logos and searched the forums but can't seem to find an answer. The Tools-Options
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Mike Johnson on Thu, Sep 10 2009
  • What is the asterisk (star) symbol in Nestle-Aland?

    It is driving me nuts, and I can't find it by searching Logos helps, nor even in the introduction to Nestle-Aland! What does the asterisk (I think that is what the "star thingy" is called, isn't it?) mean? For example, Jn. 6:64 and several other places in my John reading? I can't say I have ever seen it in reading the Greek NT before I got this new
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Mike Johnson on Fri, Aug 28 2009
  • Macros for Searching?

    Hi y'all. Just wondering if there is any way to make a macro to do a quicker search? Specifically, one of the tools I use often is to search a certain word in the Greek (the lemma) through the whole New Testament. Currently right now it appears that to do this I have to right click on the word, click "selected text", then click "Lemma" then click "Speed
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Mike Johnson on Sat, Aug 15 2009
  • Re: Word Study in only One Book

    Eureka Dave! That's it! You are a genius. Thank you, thank you, thank you! I knew Logos could do it if I could just figure out how. Mike
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Mike Johnson on Sat, Jul 18 2009
  • Re: Word Study in only One Book

    Charlene and Dave, Thanks so much for the reply! I had always been right clicking on the word and choosing "Bible Word Study" from the right-click menu. That didn't seem to give me the option. I see now that you are suggesting going in through the Bible Search mode--Duh! Can I ask a further question as I have experimented with your suggested menu? I
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Mike Johnson on Fri, Jul 17 2009
  • Word Study in only One Book

    Guys and gals, Please go easy on a newby...I searched but could not find the answer. Moving to Logos from Zhubert, one functionality that I cannot seem to find--and is driving me crazy--is the way to do a word search in only one book. For example, I want to know just how John has used this particular word in his gospel ( ζάω ). I can do the general
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Mike Johnson on Thu, Jul 16 2009
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