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  • Importing verses from Text File to Passage List

    There seems to be a problem with this function. For a start, if a list of verses is separated by another word, e.g. "and" as in Isa 40:55, 56, and 57 the verse after it isn't recognized. One thus has to delete all text between verses, which kind of destroys the point of this function. Also, if the text says Isa 55:23a (i.e. just the first half of the
    Posted to Logos 4 by Philip E. Sumpter on Sat, Jun 5 2010
  • Re: Creating reference ranges: 4 suggestions and a question

    Thanks for your creative ideas, Dave! A final question: roughly how long do you think it will take before the bug inhibiting syntax searching in passage lists will be fixed? I really could do with this function.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Philip E. Sumpter on Thu, Jun 3 2010
  • Re: Efficiently deleting autosaved syntax searches, Passage Lists etc.

    How does one ensure that these suggestions get to Logos' attention? I work really intensively with L4 so these things would make a big difference to me.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Philip E. Sumpter on Wed, Jun 2 2010
  • Efficiently deleting autosaved syntax searches, Passage Lists etc.

    Due the the rather annoying fact that every syntax query I construct is saved, I tend to have a long list of queries clogging up my File folder. Is it possible to select and delete more than one at the same time? Right clicking and then deleting each file is very tiresome. Thanks in advance :)
    Posted to Logos 4 by Philip E. Sumpter on Wed, Jun 2 2010
  • Retain "Headings" when merging Passage Lists

    The ability to organize my Passage Lists with headings is great. It's a pity that that is lost when I merge several Passage Lists together. I'd like to be able to create different Passage Lists from different searches, label each Passage List in order to remind me what kind of search produced it, and then merge them into one Passage List, nevertheless
    Posted to Suggestions by Philip E. Sumpter on Wed, Jun 2 2010
  • Re: Missing results in A-F syntax search using user-defined search field

    Hi Dave, to clarify: "confessional formulas" is not a Passage List (I didn't create a Passage List because syntax search doesn't work in Passages Lists ... until the bug is fixed at least!), I manually typed in each verse into the "reference range" box that appears when one wishes to create a new reference range. You can see it on the bottom right hand
    Posted to Logos 4 by Philip E. Sumpter on Mon, May 31 2010
  • Missing results in A-F syntax search using user-defined search field

    I've invested a fair amount of time into typing up search fields for the A-F syntax search and have noticed that I'm not getting correct returns on my searches. They work fine in the other searches (Bible, Morphology etc.), just not in the syntax search. Here's the image: I've created a category called "confessional formulas" and to test it I searched
    Posted to Logos 4 by Philip E. Sumpter on Mon, May 31 2010
  • Re: Creating reference ranges: 4 suggestions and a question

    Thank you again, Dave. 1. This looks like an amazing resource, but it doesn't work for me. As you can see in the image below, I have a passage list where תבל (meaning "world," i.e. meaning 2) appears in every verse and I have attempted to search for segments with this word in it within this list. I ought to get one hit for every verse but get none.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Philip E. Sumpter on Sun, May 30 2010
  • Re: Where are my Westminster Hebrew Bibles?

    Brilliant! Thank you so much. For some odd reason that also help L4 find another resource on L3 that was missing too.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Philip E. Sumpter on Sun, May 30 2010
  • Re: Where are my Westminster Hebrew Bibles?

    Hi Dave, this worked on my old laptop but not my new one. I've downloaded L3 and typed in "sync now" into L4 but I simply get told that everything is updated, although I cannot find Morphology 4.0. I've checked and it is on L3.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Philip E. Sumpter on Sun, May 30 2010
  • Re: Creating reference ranges: 4 suggestions and a question

    Thanks Dave. I'm on holiday till Tuesday and will respond when I get back.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Philip E. Sumpter on Thu, May 20 2010
  • Odd lexeme statistics in Bible Word Study

    As far as I understand, the number in the bar chart on the top right hand corner of the Translation section of the Bible Word Study (see image above)tells us the number of occurrences of the Hebrew lexeme in the Hebrew Bible. Given that the ESV, NRSV, and NASB are all based on the same Hebrew manuscript, why does this number change when I change the
    Posted to Logos 4 by Philip E. Sumpter on Wed, May 19 2010
  • Creating reference ranges: 4 suggestions and a question

    In the L4 Beta forum we could make suggestions for future developments. I hope I can do this here ... Forgive me if I'm suggesting things that are already possible and feel free to let me know how to do them! My main interest here is the ability to effectively create various "search fields" (or "reference ranges" as they're called in the syntax search
    Posted to Logos 4 by Philip E. Sumpter on Wed, May 19 2010
  • Re: Can I create my own syntax query template?

    Ahhh, now I get it ... That's really helpful! Thanks. I hope now that Logos will fix the problem you mentioned above, i.e. enable us to scroll down previous searches.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Philip E. Sumpter on Wed, May 19 2010
  • Re: Can I create my own syntax query template?

    Thank you for your reply Rick. My problem is that my self-made syntax searches are not fixed like the Logos ones. If I open a previous search, tweek it a bit for a new circumstance and then forget what the original version looked like, I've lost it. At the moment I always have to copy it and give it a different name so that my original template isn
    Posted to Logos 4 by Philip E. Sumpter on Wed, May 19 2010
  • Re: How can I create my own bible version?

    This looks like an amazing resource! I often dream of building my own Hebrew database, i.e. having a Hebrew Bible but tagged with my own criteria (like A-F with their Eißfeld and text type tags). Can I do this with PBB, or is there a better way? I'm not particularly good at computers so I'm looking for something simple to use (MySQL looks way over my
    Posted to Logos 4 by Philip E. Sumpter on Tue, May 18 2010
  • Can I create my own syntax query template?

    The A-F syntax templates in L4 are brilliant. I've also constructed a bunch of my own. I worried, however, about altering them too while doing a particular search and then losing the underlying structure. For now I have to open a new search query every time I want to experiment. Is it possible to elevate my syntax queries to the status of fixed template
    Posted to Logos 4 by Philip E. Sumpter on Tue, May 18 2010
  • Re: Where are my Westminster Hebrew Bibles?

    Thank you for your feedback, Dave. I searched my resource files and discovered I do have Werkgroep, which is a relief. I guess I searched wrong. I don't have Westminster 4.0, however, which is the main problem as it is this version that has my most complex notes. This is also the version missing on L4 on my old laptop (the one with L3). I'm updating
    Posted to Logos 4 by Philip E. Sumpter on Mon, May 17 2010
  • Where are my Westminster Hebrew Bibles?

    I'm very concerned about the gradual disappearance of my Hebrew Bibles, something I've only become aware of since I could transfer my highlighting from L3 to L4. In L3 I owned 4 versions: A-F, Westerminster 4.0 and 4.2, and a Dutch one: Werkgroep. When I updated to L4 (Scholars Gold), I ended up with only 3: A-F, 4.0 and 4.2. I have just bought a new
    Posted to Logos 4 by Philip E. Sumpter on Sat, May 15 2010
  • Re: Layouts save automatically as snapshots. How to disable automatic saving?

    I unfortunately haven't the time to read this entire thread. At least on the first page no-one mentioned the disadvantage I see with automatic saving: I means I don't have a good overview of all my other files in the File window. With so many "Untitled Syntax Search"s I have to scroll up and down to locate my other files (clippings, notes etc.). I'd
    Posted to Logos 4 by Philip E. Sumpter on Wed, May 5 2010
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