Viewing Footnotes, Links, & other information in your book

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See also
 Right Click Menu
 Information
 Power Lookup
 Reverse-Interlinear/Interlinear Bibles



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Footnotes

  Logos provides several ways to view footnote information within your resource.

Clicking on a Footnote

  If you click on a footnote in your resource Logos will show you a pop-up box with the info for that footnote


   

  1. Hover your mouse over a footnote.
  2. Logos will show you a pop-up box with the footnote information in it.



  3. Click on the footnote...
    1. Logos will show you a pop-up box and it will remain on the screen even if you move your mouse away from the footnote. If you hover your mouse over a link in the pop-up box ...
    2. Logos will show up another pop-up box with information regarding that link.
    3. Click somewhere in your resource away from the pop-up boxes to hide the pop-up boxes.



Using the Information tool

  You can use the Information tool to view your footnote information.

  1. Open your Information tool (see the wiki Information)
    Set the Settings for Information panel to Hover.
  2. In your resource hover your mouse over a footnote.
  3. In the Information panel you will notice details on your footnote.



Using the Power Lookup tool

  You can use the Power Lookup tool to view information on all visible footnotes in a resource.

  1. Open your Power Lookup tool (see wiki Power Lookup)
    Set the Linking to Follow.
  2. Now click in your resource.
  3. Logos will show you all the footnotes (which are visible in your resource’s panel) in the Power Lookup panel. You may need to use the scrollbar to locate your footnote.



View in Column Mode

  • You can view footnotes in your resource when you view the resource in one of the Column modes.
  • Footnotes will appear at the bottom of each column when they appear in the surface text.
    • References (usually subscript lowercase letters will not appear in the bottom).
  • When you turn Off Column mode (e.g. set Column to None) the footnotes will not be shown.
  • Reading view defaults to Auto Column mode which shows the footnotes.

Turning ON Footnotes

  1. Click on the resource’s icon to view the resource’s menu.
  2. Click to check Show footnotes on page.



  3. Click on the resource’s icon to view the resource’s menu again.
  4. Click on one of the Column modes (not None) to enable the Column viewing mode.



  5. Notice that your footnotes are found under the column.
  6. Also notice that Logos places your footnote under the column in which it was found.
  • To turn Off footnotes you can either:
    • Uncheck Show footnotes on page in the menu.
    • Or you can turn Off the Column mode (e.g. set Column to None).



  In Logos you can view or open a Link which is in a resource.

  You can see a pop-up box showing you information from where a Link points.

  1. Hover your mouse over a Link in your resource.
  2. Logos will show you a pop-up box which shows a snapshot of what your link points to.



  Opening a Link to a specified Bible version using Send Hyperlinks here. This can be very useful in that it allows you to keep a copy of your Bible open without disturbing your reading. It will require that you have more than 1 copy of your Bible open and set to Send Hyperlinks Here.

  1. Open a Bible where you want Hyperlinks to be sent.
    Set Send Hyperlinks Here (See wiki page Send Hyperlinks here)
  2. In your resource click on a Link to have it opened in your Bible that you have set to receive hyperlinks.



Information on a Word in your Resource

  Logos has powerful features which can assist you in finding definitions, original language translation and other info on a word in your resource.

Quick view of Original Language for a Word

  Logos will show you the Original Language word for an English word in a Bible (if your Bible has a Reverse-Interlinear version) by simply holding your mouse over an English word. This pop-up information box will appear at the bottom of your resource’s panel. Some find this annoying and want to turn it Off, but it is not possible to disable this feature.

  1. In your resource hover your mouse over a Word.
  2. Look at the bottom of your resource’s panel and you will see a pop-up box showing you Original Language information on your word.



Use the Right Click for information on a Word

  You will find the Right Click Menu a powerful tool while studying or reading in your books. Logos provides a wealth of tools to assist you.

Looking up definitions

When you right click on a word you can use Selection to lookup the definition in an English dictionary or a Bible dictionary.

Looking up Original Language definitions

When you right click on a word in a Bible you can use Lemma to lookup the definition to the original language word in a Lexicon.

Looking up Biblical People/Place/Things

When you right click on a word that is a Person or Place or Thing you can open Biblical People/Place/Things tool to information on that item.



Using a Reverse/Interlinear for information on Words

  In Logos you will find several Bibles which have a Reverse-Interlinear (Bibles which are linked to the Original Language). Logos provides 2 methods for viewing Reverse Interlinear information on these Bibles.

Using the Ribbon Reverse Interlinear

  This method shows a ribbon at the bottom of your Bible’s panel. You may find it less distracting while reading in your Bible while supplying a wealth of original language information.

  1. Click on the Reverse Interlinear ribbon icon.
  2. Logos will open the Reverse Interlinear ribbon at the bottom of your panel.
  3. Click on a word in the body of your Bible to have Logos position the ribbon to your original language word.
  4. To close the ribbon, simply click on the Reverse Interlinear ribbon icon again.

  (see the wiki page Reverse Interlinear for more information about Ribbon Reverse-Interlinear viewing)

Using the Full page Reverse Interlinear

  You can also view the Full page Reverse Interlinear. This comes in handy when you want to view several original language words in a Bible at the same time.

  1. Click on Display in the toolbar of your Bible and in the drop down menu click on Inline to check it.
  2. Logos will show you the original language words under the English words of your Bible.
  3. To hide this view, repeat step #1 to uncheck Inline.

  (see the wiki page Reverse Interlinear for more information about Full Page Reverse-Interlinear viewing)



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