That's an interesting system, but I am not sure it is for me.
If you work directly with the Greek/Hebrew text, you can see the topmost dictionary entry immediately in Instant Details. If you have more than one dictionary, move the one you want to see most often to the top of the list.I think most of our users prefer than immediate access to a list of choices. [I certainly do.] To see other dictionaries, click "amplify"> the word, then simply switch the resource to any other dictionary you want.
As far as key numbers go, I'd recommend purchasing the Mounce Expository Dictionary [http://www.accordanc...unce Expository]. It's the next step up from the Mounce and Mounce/Kohlenberger dictionaries included in our Starter Collection [They replaced the older Strong's Greek and Hebrew dictionaries—and a far more useful.]. It's also very well integrated with the latter. Interestingly enough, I usually find this enough for my mobile needs.
There are other resources tagged with key numbers. If you prefer, you can switch one of them directly from the Mounce and M/K dictionaries. [Again, I think I prefer the immediate access to a single resource. It saves me a click.]
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