The recently released Logos 8.6 contains some exciting new time-saving shortcuts: double and triple click action. For years we’ve been able to double click a word in a resource to execute a Look Up Search, but in 8.6, the double click options have expanded and triple click has been added!
Give this a go:
- Choose Tools | Utilities | Program Settings
- Scroll to the Text Display section (A)
- Notice these new lines:
- Double-Click Action (B)
- Triple-Click Action (C)
- Prefer Lemmas (D)
As you’ll see in the drop-down lists, (E) double- or triple-clicking a word in a Bible or book (resource) allows you to execute your designated action from these options:
- Look up will jump to an article about your word from the highest prioritized resource containing the article.
- Search will open the Bible or Basic Search panel and automatically generate results for your word.
- Search inline will automatically execute an Inline Search in the current Bible or book for your word.
- Select word will simply select the word on which you double-clicked.
- Select paragraph will select the entire paragraph containing the word on which you triple-clicked.
I encourage you to leave Prefer Lemmas set to Yes. (F) Now when you double- or triple-click a word in an interlinear Bible (ESV, NKJV, KJV, LEB, etc.), Logos executes your desired action on the underlying Hebrew/Greek word, not the English word!
Obviously you want to select different options for double- and triple- clicking to expand your timesaving power while you’re working in your Bibles and books.
During this one-hour event, Morris will quickly show you numerous shortcuts that will save you valuable time as you use Logos!
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