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      Read[Free Webinar] Daily Quiet Time with Logos Mobile
      Tuesday, January 25th, at 1 PM (Central)

      During this 40-minute webinar, Morris shows you practical tips for creating a quiet time layout on the Logos mobile app. You’ll learn to incorporate a reading plan, prayer list, calendar devotionals and more during this helpful training.


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      1. Question about Parallel Resource Sets: 1. In the default Parallel Resource Set for Bibles, Lexicons, Commentaries, and Dictionaries, after my preferred resources are listed, other resources are included in the list in a seemingly random selection of resources and a random sort order. What is the selection criteria and what is the sort order? 2. Can either the selected list or the sort order be changed?
        1. Yes, the Parallel Resource Sets are those resources that share the same Milestone, or reference point. Which means they may change if you move to a different verse, etc. For example, some of the Greek texts may not appear if you're looking at the Old Testament. And yes, I did mean prioritized. And the rest of the resources that you don't specifically prioritize still get prioritized in some default fashion by Logos, often starting with the ones most recently used or added, by general popularity, etc. That is probably how they appear right now in your Parallel Resource Sets tab. But understand that just prioritizing your resources doesn't get them listed in the Parallel Resource Sets. You need to add those preferred resources to a Collection, then in the Collection click the Show in Parallel Resources box to add that Collection to the Parallel Resource Sets. Then when you click the Parallel Resource Set button, you'll be able to select that user-defined set instead of the default set.
        2. Thanks for the insight on the sort order. I'll keep track of my lists to see if I detect a pattern like you mentioned. There might have been an update to Logos where now your prioritized list is displayed at the top of the default Parallel set. As I mentioned in my description, my eight prioritized Bibles are listed first in order at the top of the default list. Likewise with my lexicons, dictionaries, etc. All this without having to set up a Collection to show them. That being the case, the use of Collections that you referenced can be used to form what Morris refers to as "Short Stack" sets, to limit the number of resources in the Parallel resource list to a specified and customized list. Unless the Logos Gurus have more detailed info on the sort order question, I think this is enough info on which to move ahead. Thanks.
        3. If you are a subscriber to MP Seminars, I suggest you follow the first few items in Camp Logos 2 (the current sequence) - PRS and High 5 Prioritized. Yes, you can sort your top 5 books, but there are sort "power user tricks" when you create a collection.
      2. When I click on the training videos I receive this message - 400 Bad Request Request Header Or Cookie Too Large. I am on my laptop and I can get back to the training?
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        3. I finally got it to work. I had to delete some cookies. Thanks for checking on me!!!
      3. I wanted to take advantage of the sale that was going on late last year for MP Seminars but was already subscribed, so it wouldn't let me. My subscription expires this month. Is there any discount offer to resubscribe?
        1. Send an email to the contact form on the MP Seminars website, and they'll tell you what the best current price is to renew.
        2. Thank you!
      4. I discovered an anomaly with Tag naming. A tag name with a colon ‘:’ such as "Lexicon:Greek" -- 1. will be found if selected under the “My Tags” Filter section 2. will NOT be found when entered using “tag:” or “mytag:” in the “Find” box of the Library or the “Start with” box of the Collections window. The extra colon seems to confuse the search. A dash ‘-‘ or an underline ‘_’ as a separator in tag names will be found.
        1. just put quotation marks around the full tag. If you search mytag:”Lexicon:Greek” you should be okay. or search mytag:Lexicon AND mytag Greek and you should get the same results.
        2. I had tested the quote marks configuration, and neither tag:"Test:Tag" nor mytag:"Test:Tag" works. I just now tested the "AND" version that you suggested by simply trying a search on the second half of my Test:Tag tag by specifying mytag:Tag - that produced no search results. Using tag:Tag also produced nothing. Specifying mytag:Test (the first half of the tag) did produce results, but it included a resource with a tag Testing:Tagging. It seems the additional ':' in the string causes search confusion so neither the whole string nor just the post-colon string is found. If a separator is wanted, is seems dashes and underlines are safe choices.
        3. I have colons in many of my tags and have no problem searching them. Let me try some tags like yours and see if I can discover anything.
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        Questions about Parallel Resource Sets: [Edited to move original questions #1 and #2 to a separate thread.] 3. The following does not seem like correct behavior: - Double click on a word in my Bible - my preferred lexicon opens - right-arrow through a couple of lexicons - click another word in the Bible - a new lexicon tab opens with my preferred lexicon instead of in the same tab Is that an error? i.e., Rather than setting the existing lexicon tab back to the preferred lexicon, a new lexicon tab opens. To remain in the same lexicon tab, I have to set it back to the preferred lexicon each time.
        1. If you go to the icon with the numbers in a box, you see all open panels. You can then delete them, or swipe upwards.
        2. Thank You!!!
        3. Yes, setting "Send Hyperlinks Here" forces the tab back to my default lexicon after my navigating through some Parallel Resources in the tab. (I had thought Logos would detect that I was using Parallel Resources, and would reset to the default, but it seems it only sees a tab open to another lexicon, and it has to open another tab to my default.) Thanks for the answer.
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        I am in the process of tagging my non-versified commentaries and have moved the list Morris shared in group documents to my documents. There are 150+ in the list. Do I have to tag each of them individually?
        1. In your library pane, select the Collection filter and look at your list. Morris' collection should be there. If you click on that, then all of those books will be listed in the right-hand side of the pane. From there, you can select all of them at once and then apply the tag. Hope this helps.
        2. Laura, thank you so much, worked like a charm.
      7. Hi, first post here, let me know if I get something wrong. Recently got membership to MP Seminars, working thru Camp Logos 1, Essentials. Morris has a section on Concordance in Tools. In my Logos package using Logos 9, there is no Concordance Tool. I do have a Concordance for my NASB. Are other Concordances part of separate dataset(s) or with each resource or a Logos package upgrade? Thanks.
        1. The Concordance Tool requires Bronze level and above. If you have the Starter package, you would need to upgrade to see and use the Concordance Tool.