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#1 Battlesman



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Posted 28 March 2015 - 08:53 PM

I love the fact that in version 11 the option to "Adjust Context" is now found under the "Display" menu item. However, it's not quite perfect yet, IMO. 


For instance, if you open a new tab/workspace and go to a verse reference. Assuming that your preferences are set to not add automatic context, it gives you just that verse.


But, as I am wont to do, I want to see the rest of the context. I would assume that this is what the "Toggle Context" option is for. But when I press it, it doesn't do anything. Using that option only gives you context if you have already adjusted the context previously. 


So I tried to get around it by adding a keyboard shortcut for "All" and "None." That's why I realized that throughout the "Amplify" dropdown there are all sorts of uses of "All"! So that failed too. 


Can someone help me figure out a keystroke to add context ("All," for instance) and remove context (back to "0")?




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#2 Darin Franklin

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Posted Yesterday, 08:08 PM

When you add a new keyboard shortcut, use this whole string as the Menu Title: Display->Adjust Context->All

I bind that to Opt-Cmd-/.



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