When you triple-click on a Key Number Text (like the KJVS, NIV-GKE, ESVS, etc.), the default dictionary for that Text opens. The default dictionary for the KJVS is the Strong's Dictionary, for the ESVS it's the Mounce or Mounce/Kohlenberger Dictionary. Those dictionaries are hard-coded to the specific Text, and (in the past) you couldn't change them. Now, however, by selecting "Override Key Number Dictionaries", you can select a different Hebrew or Greek Lexicon in the amplify settings, and then when you triple-click it will bypass the hard-coded dictionary, and go to the lexicon of your choice.
If you have "Include reference when amplifying from a Text to Tool" selected, when you triple-click on a word (let's say you triple-click on "earth" in Genesis 1:1). It will open the lexicon you've selected to the entry for "eretz", AND it will find any reference to Genesis 1:1 in that article. The idea is to help you find the specific context of the word you're looking for in the lexicon.
Edited by Mark Allison, 14 March 2020 - 03:18 PM.