Prioritizing

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 Library
 A Sample Prioritize List
 Prioritize Multiple Books at Once

Page Contents



Introduction

  Please watch Mark’s great video tutorial on Prioritizing.

  Logos is great for reading books. But the next best thing Logos does is search through your books or offers a selection of books to use. Here is where Prioritization comes in handy. It allows you to tell Logos which resources to search in first or which books to show in a list. If you do not prioritize your books, then Logos will determine which books it thinks is best. This may be frustrating for you later. For instance, if you have favorite commentaries or dictionaries, then those may seldom appear when you search or are selecting a resource to use from a list. So take a little time here to learn how to setup your Prioritization. The good news is that once that you have set up your Prioritization, you will seldom need to change it.

  You do not have to prioritize every book you have. You will want to prioritize several categories of books. Logos has several categories when searching for items or showing a list of books. Please take a look at this wiki page A Sample Prioritize List. It will suggest prioritizing several books for each category. But you can have more books prioritized for each category than the wiki page suggested as this certainly will not hurt. Or if your library is small and you do not have enough books for a category, don’t worry. Just prioritize those you do have. Or if you do not have books for a category, don’t worry about it as Logos will not need them.

  You will be going through your books in the Library and telling the library to add them to the Prioritized list. Next you will put them in the order that you want Logos to search them (top to bottom). You will need to do this for each category. Below is a screen of my Commentaries prioritization on the right and the Passage Guide on the left. Passage guide uses your prioritization of commentaries when searching for you scripture reference under All Commentaries. Notice how the order of commentaries in the Passage Guide (top to bottom) follow the order of how commentaries are listed in the Prioritization list. Also notice that the Old Testament Survey series commentaries are skipped in the prioritized list. This is because in the Passage Guide we are studying John 1:1 and Logos did not find this scripture in those commentaries. This is why it is important to add several books for each category. So when Logos does not find what it is looking for in your list, then it jumps to the next item for that category in your list.

      Passage Guide compared to Commentary prioritization

Also notice in the Prioritize side that some books are in bold type. These are multi-book series (e.g. Preacher’s commentary is a 35 volume set). When you move a book series into the prioritization list, you only have to move one of the books and Logos will show it as bold. This is a good time to give you some bad news, not all book sets have been tagged as a book series (e.g. The Old Testament Survey are not tagged as a series and you would have to move them one at a time into the prioritization list).


  Below is a table which shows a few Logos items which are effected by Prioritization:

Logos Items Prioritization books used
Bibles opened when using Go box on Home page
(the top 5 Bibles are opened)
English Bibles
Passage Guide commentaries
Commentaries
Bible Word Study: Lemma
Lexicons
Resource’s right click menu (selection->dictionaries)  
English & Bible dictionaries
Resource’s right click menu (Lemma->dictionaries)
Lexicons & Bible dictionaries   



Prioritized Order in the Prioritize panel

  As mentioned above the order that you have books in the Prioritize panel tells Logos which order to use those books (top to bottom). Below is an example of using the Right Click menu to open a scripture link in a specific Bible. If you do not prioritize your Bibles Logos will decide on its own which Bibles to show in the Right Click menu.

  • Example of Logos using your Prioritized list of Bibles

  1. If you are in a resource and want to open a scripture link in a specific Bible, you would right click on the scripture link.
  2. Logos would open a pop-up menu. If you select Bible on the right side of the menu and scroll down on the left side of the menu, you will see a list of Bibles.
  3. Notice which Bibles are in the pop-up menu and their order. In this case notice that they match my prioritized Bibles and their order in my Prioritize panel (see image below). Also notice in my prioritized panel that some of the Bibles which are further down on my list do not show up in the list in the pop-up menu. This is because they have a lower priority (being further down on the list) and that Logos only shows 5 Bibles in this pop-up menu. So Logos used the top 5 prioritized Bibles in my list.


Example of full Prioritized list

Below is an example of my Prioritization


Notice the Headings for each category in the above lists.

  • You can do this by adding specially named PBs (Personal Books). See this forum post. This method requires that you recompile each heading PB on each PC or device that you use.
    • The below method will sync to other PCs.

  • Since timelines are not searched (at least to my knowledge), then these will not interfere with searches by Logos. I added a new short title to timeline resources and then added these in the prioritizing list as category headings (only for benefit of seeing a separation of categories). You do not have to do this, but if you want to see instructions below:

  1. In the library Heading row, click on the Type column heading (this will sort your library by types that Logos has tagged them).
    (if you don’t have Type column, see Available Columns in the detailed view)
  2. In the Timeline row, click to expand it.
  3. Make sure that you are in the Browse mode and click the info icon (this will open the info panel on the right).
  4. Click on a Timeline (not on the title).
  5. On the right info panel, click on the short title (not shown in image) and an edit box will show.
    Enter the text for your Prioritizing list separator.
  6. You will need to repeat steps 4 & 5 using different Timeline’s for each separator that you want (Logos will only allow 1 copy of a book in the Prioritize panel). So there are 7 Timelines which gives you 7 possible separators. I only needed 5.
  7. Then you can drag these timeilnes to the Prioritize panel and drop them there (one at a time).





Basic Prioritization

  This subSection will explain how to perform Basic Prioritization. The following headings show you the fundamentals used to perform prioritization in the Library window.

Preliminary Setup

  Before jumping into using the Prioritize panel, it is useful to know how to easily locate similar books before placing them into the prioritize panel. Below are a couple of methods that may help. These methods are not mandatory to use, but may be helpful since like type books may be separated by many other non-like type books (when viewing by heading Title) which can slow down your finding books for each category (e.g. English Bibles).

Using the Type Heading filtering

  This method will help group books together by type in the viewing area of the Library window. Having the books grouped together helps you find them when adding books to the prioritize panel.

  • Why use this method?
    • Advantage: no typing is required, no knowledge of using Search parameters is required.
    • Disadvantage: books of a certain type may have books for different categories intermingled in a type. (e.g. Bible type has both English and Original language Bibles intermingled)
  1. Open the Library window in a floating window.
    1. Activate the Logos window (click on the Logos Bible Software button on the taskbar)
    2. On your keyboard press the key combination Ctrl L, which will open the Library in a floating window and show the button in your taskbar.
      (if you already had the Library open in a panel and not as a floating window, then either close the Tab and repeat the keyboard presses above or right click on the Library tab and select Open in a floating window)
      Mac_note: you may need to use the key combination Cmd L.
  2. Make sure that you are in the Detailed view mode .
    (see item #2 in The Library’s toolbar)
  3. Make sure that in the Heading row that you see the Type column .
    1. If the Type column is not present, then enable it so that it appears in the Heading row.
      (see Available Columns in the detailed view for instructions if the Type column is not showing.)
    2. If the Type column is showing but is too far to the right on the Heading row, rearrange the Type column so that it is closer to the left side of the Heading row.
      (see Rearranging Columns in the detailed view on how to rearrange columns.)
  4. Now click on the Type column to have Logos sort your books by Type.


  5. Find the type Bible and click on it to expand it to show all the Bibles in your library.
    Mac_note: Expand/Compact may not be working yet, but scroll down until you see the Bible type heading and you will see all your Bibles.
  6. You can use the vertical scroll bar to scroll through the list of Bibles. Notice that you see English and original language Bibles using this method.
  7. You can use other Types when selecting books for other categories (e.g. Encyclopedia or Lexicon or Bible Commentary).
    Note: Encyclopedia type now finds Bible Dictionaries.
  8. Now click on the Prioritize button to open the Prioritize panel on the right side of the Library window. If you do not have the Library window maximized, you may need to resize the window so that you can view the book titles on the left and view the prioritize panel on the right.


  9. You are ready to start adding books to the prioritize panel. Move to the section Adding resources to the Prioritize panel.
  • If you want to insert category selection lines in the Prioritize panel, see above tip.

Using the Find box filtering

  This method will group books in the viewing area of the Library window per your filtering string that you enter in the Find box. This helps you more easily find books for a specific category (e.g. English Bibles or Hebrew Bibles) so that you can add selected books to the prioritize panel. If you are not familiar with using filtering in the Find box, see Using the Find box to filter your resource list in the Library window.

  • Why use this method?
    • Advantage: list of books in the viewing area will closer match a category that you are adding for.
    • Disadvantage: requires typing in the Find box and may require knowledge of using Search fields in the Find box (if you don’t copy/paste from A Sample Prioritize List).
  1. Open the Library window in a floating window.
    1. Activate the Logos window (click on the Logos Bible Software button on the taskbar)
    2. On your keyboard press the key combination Ctrl L, which will open the Library in a floating window and show the button in your taskbar.
      (if you already had the Library open in a panel and not as a floating window, then either close the Tab and repeat the keyboard presses above or right click on the Library tab and select Open in a floating window)
      Mac_note: you may need to use the key combination Cmd L.
  2. If you are in the Detailed viewing mode, then click on the column Title , which will ensure that all titles are visible and available while using the Find box filtering.
  3. Let’s choose English Bibles to filter with first. In the Find box type: type:bible  lang:English    
  4. Notice that in the viewing area of the Library window you now see books which are English Bibles.


  5. Now click on the Prioritize button to open the Prioritize panel on the right side of the Library window. If you do not have the Library window maximized, you may need to resize the window so that you can view the book titles on the left and view the prioritize panel on the right.
  6. You can use other filter strings for the other categories that you will want to prioritize:
    1. Use type:bible   lang:Greek for Greek Bibles.
    2. Use type:bible   lang:Hebrew for Hebrew Bibles.
    3. For other filters see the wiki page A Sample Prioritize List.
  7. You are ready to start adding books to the prioritize panel. Move to the section Adding resources to the Prioritize panel.


  • If you want to insert category selection lines in the Prioritize panel, see above tip.



Adding resources to the Prioritize panel

  This section will show you different methods to add a book to the Prioritize panel. You will need the Library window open and the Prioritize panel showing before using either method below. If you do not know how, then see section Preliminary Setup before proceeding in this section.

  You should already be familiar with the category of books that you need to add to the Prioritize panel. If you are not, then see the wiki page A Sample Prioritize List before proceeding with this section.

  • Logos will only allow one copy of a resource to be added to the Prioritize panel.
    • When you add any volume of a resource set (e.g. a volume from a commentary set) to the Prioritize panel list, Logos identifies it as a set (the title will be in bold in the list) and shows the number of volumes in that set.
      • Be aware that some multi-volume sets may not be marked by Logos. Those will have to be moved one at a time.
    • There are 2 exceptions:
      • you can add individual volumes from a resource set (see Adding a single book from a series).
      • When using Advanced Prioritization, you can have multiple copies of a resource.
Using the right click menu to add resources to the Prioritize panel
  • This method adds your resources to the bottom of the Prioritize panel list.
    • Advantage: you can add multiple resources at a time.
    • Disadvantage: If you have a large number of resources to add to the Prioritize panel or if you already have a large list in the Prioritize panel, you may want to use the other method Using drag & drop to add resources to the Prioritize panel. As it may be cumbersome to rearrange additions to locations which are close to the top of the list.
  1. In the viewing area of the Library window find a book that you want to add to the Prioritize panel.


  2. Right click on the book.
    1. In the drop down menu, click on Prioritize this resource.
    2. Logos will add this resource to the bottom of your list in the Prioritize panel. You may need to use the vertical scroll bar in the Prioritize panel to view it.
  3. You can select multiple resources by holding down the Ctrl key as you click on a resource in the Library list. This will allow you to move these selected resources all at once to the Prioritize panel.


    1. Hold down the Ctrl key and use the mouse to click on resources which you want to add to the Prioritize panel (do not click on the Title or Logos will open that resource). If you accidentally selected a resource that you do not want, just hold the Ctrl key down and click on it again, this will deselect it.
      Mac_note: you will need to hold down the Cmd key when clicking on a resource.
    2. Right click on one of the selected resources.
    3. In the drop down menu, click on Prioritize this resource.
    4. Logos will add these resources to the bottom of your list in the Prioritize panel. You may need to use the vertical scroll bar in the Prioritize panel to view them.
  4. Using this method requires that you rearrange your resources in the Prioritize panel according to the priority that you want Logos to use them. See the section Rearranging resources in the Prioritize panel to learn how to rearrange your resources in the prioritize list.
    1. When a resource in the Prioritize panel is above a like resource, it has higher priority. (top to bottom, for each category)
    2. They do not have to be organized by category (they can be intermixed), but this is usually helpful for you when viewing your prioritized list.
Using drag & drop to add resources to the Prioritize panel
  • This method adds your resources to where you drop them in the Prioritize panel list.
    • Advantage: you can add a resource directly where you want it in your Prioritize list (this often saves you the step of rearranging the resource in the priority list).
    • Disadvantage: you can only move one resource at a time.

  1. In the Prioritize panel, position the list so you can easily drop your resource where you want it in the list.
  2. In the library list, locate the resource that you want to add and click on it, do not release the button.
  3. Drag the resource (move the mouse with the mouse button still down) into the Prioritize panel. Notice as you drag the resource you see a floating image of the resource.
  4. Position the floating resource where you want it in your list. Notice the horizontal bar that sits between items in the list, as you move the floating resource the horizontal bar will move. Once you get the horizontal bar where you want it, drop the floating resource (release the mouse button).
  5. Now notice your resource where you dropped it in the Prioritize panel.



Adding a single book from a series

  When you normally move a single volume of a resource set (e.g. a single volume from a multi-volume set) you may have noticed that the whole resource set appears in the Prioritize panel. This is probably what you want to do most of the time. But you may find an occasion where you want to add individual resources from a resource set. The subHeadings below will show you two methods on how to do this.

Using the drag & drop method to add a single book of a set
  • This method adds your resources to where you drop them in the Prioritize panel list.
    • Advantage: you can add a resource directly where you want it in your Prioritize list (this often saves you the step of rearranging the resource in the priority list).
    • Disadvantage: if you are using a laptop’s touch pad, this may be difficult as you have to hold down a key and use a finger to hold down the pad button and use a finger to perform movements with the pad.

  1. In the Prioritize panel, position the list so you can easily drop your resource where you want it in the list.
  2. In the library list, locate the single resource of a set that you want to add.
    1. On your keyboard, hold down the Ctrl button. (do not release it until after you drop the resource).
      Mac_note: use the Cmd key here.
    2. Click on the resource, do not release the button. (also don’t release the Ctrl key)
  3. Drag the resource (move the mouse with the mouse button still down) into the Prioritize panel. Notice as you drag the resource you see a floating image of the resource.
  4. Position the floating resource where you want it in your list. Notice the horizontal bar that sits between items in the list, as you move the floating resource the horizontal bar will move. Once you get the horizontal bar where you want it, drop the floating resource (release the mouse button).
    1. Now you can release the Ctrl key. (Mac_note: the Cmd key)
  5. Now notice your resource where you dropped it in the Prioritize panel.


    1. In the image also notice that the resource set is also present in the list as is the individual book. This is seldom the desired case, but was shown here to let you know that this is possible.
Using the right click method to add a single book of a set
  • This method adds your resources to the bottom of the Prioritize panel list.
    • Advantage: this is easier to do when using a laptop and the touch pad.
    • Disadvantage: it may be cumbersome to rearrange as it is added to the bottom of the list.

  1. In the library list, locate the single resource of a set that you want to add.
    1. On your keyboard, hold down the Ctrl button and right click on the resource.
      Mac_note: use the Cmd key here.
  2. In the drop down menu, click on Prioritize this resource.
  3. Logos will add that volume to the bottom of the Prioritize panel list.
  4. Now you will need to rearrange the location of the resource in the Prioritize panel to where you want it.
    (see Rearranging resources in the Prioritize panel)



Rearranging resources in the Prioritize panel

  You can rearrange resources in the Prioritize panel to change priorities. This is done by a simple drag and drop operation. As you drag a resource you will notice a horizontal bar which follows the resource that you are dragging. This allows you to easily see where the drop location will be.

  1. Find the resource in the Prioritize panel that you want to move.
    1. Click on the resource and do not release the mouse button.
  2. With the mouse button down, move the mouse.
    1. As you move the mouse notice the horizontal bar which tracks under the resource that you are moving. This lets you know where the drop point will be.
    2. While dragging the resource and when you see the horizontal bar between resource where you want the dragged resource to be placed, drop the resource (release the mouse button).

  3. Now notice that your resource has been moved.



Removing resources in the Prioritize panel

  You will probably find times that you want to remove a resource from the Prioritize panel. This is simple to do, see the steps below.

  1. Locate the resource in the Prioritize panel that you want to remove.
    1. Right click on that resource.
  2. In the drop down menu, click on Remove from this list.
  3. Logos removes the resource from the list.




Advanced Prioritization

  Logos provides Advanced Prioritization of resources in the Prioritize panel. You can specify which books of the Bible that a commentary is used with. You can specify which Lexicon(s) is used with New Testament and likewise specify which Lexicon(s) is used with the Old Testament. You can specify which dictionary that is used with a specific resource. These are just a few ways to use the Advanced Prioritization.

  This section will briefly identify how to invoke Advanced Prioritization on a resource. And what the different fields that are available for Advanced Prioritization. Then you will see several examples which should help you get an idea of how to use this feature. Please watch Mark Barnes video Prioritizing (about 3/4 through the video).

Invoking Advanced Prioritization of a resource


  1. Locate the resource that you want to add Advanced Prioritization to and right click on that resource.
  2. In the drop down menu, click on Set prioritization limits (advanced).
  3. You will see the following blue box with the fields in it:


    1. Notice the down arrow in boxes, clicking on these will show options for that field.
    2. Notice the blue circle with an x, this will clear that field box.

Notice above the fields the text: Apply only to. Then notice the grayed out text in the empty field boxes: of this type, in this range, and from this resource. You need to think of your resource that you are prioritizing in relation to these phrases.

Field name Description
of this type contents of this field are a data type like Bible, English, Greek, Greek Strong’s, Hebrew Strong’s
in this range a range relative to data type. So if the above type was Bible then your range would be books of the Bible. If your type was Strong’s Numbers then your range would be Strong’s Numbers.
from this resource this field will allow you to select another resource from a list of resources in your library.


Example 1: customizing a priority of a commentary for specific books

  In this example we will set the Advanced Prioritization of the commentary The Beloved Disciple’s Memoirs and Letters so that in the Passage Guide we see this commentary only when our scripture reference in the PG is for the epistles of John (1 John through 3 John). Notice that this commentary also covers the Gospel of John. But we are deliberately going to exclude the book to help show that in the range you can specify a portion of the resource.


  1. Locate the resource The Beloved Disciple’s Memoirs and Letters in your library.
    1. Hold the Ctrl key down (and don’t release until step 1d) and click on the resource and do not release the mouse button.
      Mac_note: use the Cmd key here.
    2. With the mouse button down and the Ctrl key pressed, move the resource with the mouse to the Prioritize panel.
    3. Drop the resource at the top of your commentary list in the Prioritize panel. (release the mouse button to drop)
    4. Release the Ctrl key.
    5. In the Prioritize panel you should see:
      (If it shows: , then you did not keep the Ctrl key down through the whole process. Remove this resource from the Prioritize panel. Then repeat steps 1 through 1d.)


  2. Right click on the resource The Beloved Disciple’s Memoirs and Letters in the Prioritize panel.
    1. In the drop down menu, click on Set prioritization limits (advanced).


  3. Click in the for this type box (or on the down arrow on the right side of this box)
    1. In the drop down list, click on Bible.
    2. In the in this range box, type: 1 John-3 John.


  • Now lets verify that our new prioritization is working.


  1. In the top menu, click on Guides.
    1. In the drop down menu, click on Passage Guide.


  2. In the reference box of the Passage Guide, type: 1 John 1:1-4.
  3. Click on the Commentaries bar.
  4. Notice the 1st commentary, it is the one we prioritized to use with 1 John through 3 John.
    So the first part of our prioritization works.



  5. In the reference box, type: John 3:16.
  6. Notice that The Beloved Disciple’s Memoirs and Letters is not the 1st commentary.
    Because we only wanted The Beloved Disciple’s Memoirs and Letters to work with 1 John through 3 John, not with any other Bible books.
  • Try setting up another commentary to use just one book of the Bible.



Example 2: prioritizing a specific dictionary to a specific resource

  You may find times when you want to use a specific dictionary with a specific resource. This example will set the New American Standard Hebrew-Aramaic and Greek Dictionaries to be used only with the New American Standard Bible 1995. Keep in mind that this method may be applied to other books in your library and is only one example.



  1. In the Library’s Find box, type: NAS
    [this sorts books in your library for those tagged with NAS]
    1. Locate the New American Standard Hebrew-Aramaic and Greek Dictionaries resource and drag it to the top of your Lexicon list in the Prioritize panel.
      [if you do not see or use category separators (---Lexicons---), see above tip]


  2. In the Prioritize panel, right click on the NAS dictionaries that you just added.
    1. In the drop down menu, click on Set prioritization limits (advanced).


  3. In the from this resource box, click on the down arrow on the right side of the box.


    1. A large pop-up menu will appear showing resources in your library. In the Find box type: NAS
    2. Locate the New American Standard Bible 1995 in the list and click on it.


    3. Now you will see the NAS in the from this resource box.
      We are finished prioritizing this dictionary to the NAS Bible.


  • Now we will verify that our prioritization is working.

 

  1. Open the New American Standard Bible 1995 Update in a new Tab. And in the reference box enter the passage: Gen 1:1
    1. In the NAS, right click on the word created.
    2. In the pop-up menu, on the right side click on Hebrew Strong’s
    3. Notice on the left side of the pop-up menu you see the New American Standard Hebrew-Aramaic and Greek Dictionaries at the top of the list of Lexicons. (you might need to use the vertical scroll bar in the left side of the pop-up). So we see that our prioritization for this dictionary is working with this resource (NAS Bible).


  2. Now open the ESV Bible in a new Tab and enter Gen 1:1 in the reference box.
    1. Right click on the word created in the ESV.
    2. In the pop-up menu, on the right side click on Hebrew Strong’s
    3. Notice on the left side of the pop-up menu that you do not see the New American Standard Hebrew-Aramaic and Greek Dictionaries at the top of the list of Lexicons. (you might need to use the vertical scroll bar in the left side of the pop-up). So we see that our prioritization for this dictionary is working, we did not prioritize this dictionary to be used with the ESV.



  You may be using the ESL for Hebrew & Greek Strong’s Numbers in your prioritization. And have noticed that links in the ESL to the Theologoical Workbook of the Old Testament and/or links to the Theological Dictionary of the New Testament are not working. This is because the ESL is indexed to the TWOT & TDNT. So the links to these are routed to the ESL (see ESL book info below).

Note: Another set of books has the TWOT & TDNT linked (Dictionary of Biblical Languages with Semantic Domains). If you are using them, you should apply similar prioritization to them to prevent the DBL set from stealing the links to TWOT & TDNT (as this example does not show them being prioritized).



This is a perfect place to utilize the prioritization to resolve this problem. We just need to set the ESL to be used for Hebrew & Greek Strong’s Number, which will tell Logos not to link the ESL to the TWOT & TDNT. See steps below.

  1. In the Prioritize panel, right click on the Enhanced Strong’s Lexicon.
    (If you don’t see it, add it to your Prioritize panel above the other lexicons)
  2. In the pop-up menu, click on Set prioritization limits (advanced).


  3. Click on the down arrow in the right side of the of this type box
    1. In the drop down list, click on Greek Strong’s Number.


  4. From the Library list on the left side of the Prioritize panel, drag another copy of Enhanced Strong’s Lexicon and drop it under the one we just prioritized in step 2.
  5. In the Prioritize panel, right click on the Enhanced Strong’s Lexicon that you just dropped in step 4.
  6. In the pop-up menu, click on Set prioritization limits (advanced).


  7. Click on the down arrow in the right side of the of this type box
    1. In the drop down list, click on Hebrew Strong’s Number.
  8. Now you should see something similar to the image below.
    Make sure that the TDNT & the TWOT are prioritized just below the ESL’s.


  • To verify that your TWOT & TDNT links are working from the ESL
  1. In the ESV Bible, go to John 1:1


    1. Right click on the word beginning
    2. In the pop-up menu on the right, click on Greek Strong’s
    3. On the left side of the pop-up menu, click on Enhanced Strong’s Lexicon
      (if the ESL is not open, Logos will open it for you)


  2. Now in the ESL, find the TDNT link and click on 1:479
    (if the TDNT is not open, Logos will open it for you)


  3. Now you know that your links to the TDNT works.
    (Try doing the same for the TWOT in the Old Testament)



Tip: Getting Bible pop-ups to use the same translation

  If you have noticed that when in a Bible version different than your preferred Bible that the pop-up text shows your preferred Bible version’s text rather than text for the Bible that you are in. In this post a way to fix this has been explained. The example images below show how this works:


Normal priority usage


a. Click on a reference in a Bible other than your Preferred Bible (which has full scripture reference).
b. Logos shows you a persistent pop-up allowing you to see the scripture references.
c. Hover your mouse over the scripture reference, Logos shows you the verse in another pop-up.
d. Notice that the pop-up shows you the verse from your Preferred Bible (NIV84 in this case). Since the ESV is not the preferred Bible here, the verse pop-up uses your preferred Bible.


After applying prioritizing changes per this post


a. Click on a reference in a Bible other than your Preferred Bible (which has full scripture reference).
b. Logos shows you a persistent pop-up allowing you to see the scripture references.
c. Hover your mouse over the scripture reference, Logos shows you the verse in another pop-up.
d. Notice that the pop-up shows you the verse from the ESV and not the preferred Bible (NIV84 in this case).


  To understand how Logos utilizes these prioritizing changes Mark Barnes explains it here.



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