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  • Re: Need help with a search...

    I recommend using the Bible Sense Lexicon tool to look up the tree and find an appropriate ancestor sense that captures the broader senses of what you are looking for. You might also need to remove some senses that are part of the ancestor that you don't want. Here's an example that might work better to get you started: (<Sense natural object>
    Posted to General by Andrew Batishko on Mon, Apr 25 2022
  • Re: BUG: Earthly fathers tagged as God!

    [quote user="Dave Hooton"](but I note that "Nazareth" is not tagged for the Place at Mk 16:6 ).[/quote] Thanks. I've passed that along. Looks like we usually tag that as Nazareth, but in Mk 16:6 we don't tag it, and in Mt 26:71 we tag it as Nazarenes.
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Andrew Batishko on Fri, Apr 22 2022
  • Re: Missing Factbook Tag Philippians 1:13

    [quote user="David Taylor Jr"] In the ESV the Imperial Guard should be tagged for the factbook entry to Praetorium Guard. [/quote] If you check the Factbook visual filter menu, you will see that we only show tagging for People, Places, and Things. For those sets of data, we have precise tagging on the location of places where they are referenced. "Praetorium
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Andrew Batishko on Fri, Apr 22 2022
  • Re: Theology Guide vs topic guide

    [quote user="1Cor10:31"]Is it possible to get the full list of theological tags and topic tags used by Faithlife?[/quote] As detailed in the "Lexham Systematic Theology Ontology: Dataset Documentation", you can find the complete list of theological categories by checking out the table of contents of the "Lexham Survey of Theology". There is no fixed
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Andrew Batishko on Fri, Apr 22 2022
  • Re: Death by a thousand cuts in Logos BH mistransliterations

    I've added a link to this thread to the previously created case.
    Posted to General by Andrew Batishko on Thu, Apr 21 2022
  • Re: Structuring Names Search, without including pronouns and possessives

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"]Doesn't that depend on the canon of your highest priority Bible?[/quote] It does not. Also, for the original poster, since all the screenshots have displayed the original language data in that section, be aware that there is also a "Translated As" list, which explicitly separates pronouns.(in all forms).
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Andrew Batishko on Thu, Apr 21 2022
  • Re: BUG: Earthly fathers tagged as God!

    [quote user="Dave Hooton"]You offer a circular argument "referred to.. therefore tagged as.. because it is translated as". It is more true to say that "his father" refers to "Isaac" and not "God". In Jn 8.44 ("Your father the devil") "father" is clearly associated with Satan.[/quote] Apparently I'm not describing this clearly. I'm using "referred to
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Andrew Batishko on Thu, Apr 21 2022
  • Re: Fuzzy Bible Search

    [quote user="Jonathan Bradley"] That's what I have it on, a Basic search, searching everything. And yes, I was expecting more, as up until very recently, I always got a lot more through on the Fuzzy Bible Search. I could type in "imitate Christ" and get a result in the Fuzzy Bible Search that would match the ESV search below it (see screenshot). And
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Andrew Batishko on Wed, Apr 20 2022
  • Re: BUG: Earthly fathers tagged as God!

    In Genesis 46:1, God is referred to as "the God of his father Isaac". Therefore, that entire phrase is tagged as "God". If you go to the Factbook page for "God" and look in the "Referred to As" section under "Translated As", and scroll far down, you will find this phrase as referenced in that verse.
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Andrew Batishko on Wed, Apr 20 2022
  • Re: BUG: Earthly fathers tagged as God!

    Just looking at your Gen 46:3 example, I believe this is all correct. I'm determining this based on the information in ESV's reverse interlinear and comparing with what's in LHB. The entire phrase translated as "the God of your Father" is a title for God. Therefore the entire phrase is tagged as God. Right clicking on a single word in that phrase correctly
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Andrew Batishko on Wed, Apr 20 2022
  • Re: Many Biblical Hebrew transliteration errors in logos

    Thank you. I've created a case for these problems.
    Posted to General by Andrew Batishko on Thu, Apr 14 2022
  • Re: Many Biblical Hebrew transliteration errors in logos

    [quote user="Don Parker"]So I may anticipate they will indeed be addressed?[/quote] I have no way of knowing when or if any specific case will be addressed. As I indicated above, I can write up a new case for these issues. I had a hard time following your description of the problem, since I have no skill with Hebrew. Please check my description below
    Posted to General by Andrew Batishko on Thu, Apr 14 2022
  • Re: Many Biblical Hebrew transliteration errors in logos

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"]Andrew is one of the staff that handles new releases, testing, maintaining the bug management system, spends some time in the forums . .[/quote] I'm one of the senior developers on the Logos Desktop team. [quote user="Don Parker"]said essentially they would "put that example of kAl- on their list" to correct.[/quote] There is
    Posted to General by Andrew Batishko on Thu, Apr 14 2022
  • Re: BUG:Prioritize resources

    I suspect that when you add the King James Version to the priority list it shows up in Bold. That indicates that it's actually prioritizing a series, and the King James Version is in a series titled "The King James Version with Apocrypha" that is comprised of the main Bible and the Apocrypha in a second resource (which you have hidden).
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Andrew Batishko on Thu, Apr 7 2022
  • Re: KJV 1900 cross-reference not displaying in default view, 1 column

    Thanks for the report. I've brought this to the attention of our book editing team.
    Posted to General by Andrew Batishko on Wed, Apr 6 2022
  • Re: Possible Passage guide bug. Video evidence in thread.

    This is indeed a book bug. I've brought it to the attention of our editing team.
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Andrew Batishko on Wed, Apr 6 2022
  • Re: searching on the "base" field

    [quote user="Harry Hahne"]Am I correct that [match exact] works the same as EXACT() did in Libronix?[/quote] Sorry, I have no idea what EXACT() did in Libronix. That seems like a plausible assumption. I did a little poking around in the code. It doesn't appear to be documented, but it looks like you can use nostem as a term modifier, so something like
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Andrew Batishko on Tue, Apr 5 2022
  • Re: BUG: No Lemma Selection

    In your Program Settings, is your Text Selection option set to "Smart"? I can recreate you behavior on "Smart" selection mode, but on "Word" it works as desired. This feels like a bug to me. I'll write up a case.
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Andrew Batishko on Tue, Apr 5 2022
  • Re: searching on the "base" field

    I think the "base" field is used in a few German Bibles, but I'm not sure it's used anywhere else. You can control stemming on a per-term basis. The help file covers this in the Mark Sensitivity subsection of "Advanced Searching". First make sure your search panel is set to "match all word forms". Then use the "match exact" term modifier. So, something
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Andrew Batishko on Mon, Apr 4 2022
  • Re: Set Dictionary in Canvas tool

    [quote user="Morgan"] Is there any way to control which dictionary is used for the info cards in the Canvas tool? It seems rather arbitrary right now, sometimes favoring the Concise Oxford English Dictionary, or, the NIDOTTE. For my purposes I would prefer to have HALOT or BDAG but I have no idea how to change it within Canvas. They are already prioritized
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Andrew Batishko on Mon, Apr 4 2022
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