Thanks for reading.
I'm still fairly new to Accordance, so I appreciate the help.
When I do a word search, say for the word "kingdom", and I get the results, how do I go to just the verse I have found without having to open a new tab and enter the verse?
So for example, the results for "kingdom" in the NT, specifically lists John 18:36, "My kingdom is not of this world..." How do I open that verse in a new tab easily? I'm familiar with the "0" slider that gives me more verses after the result. But I'm wanting to read a larger context in a new tab. I've tried triple clicking but that doesn't work.
It just seems there should be an easier way to get the verse opened in a new tab than for me to do the search, get the result, and then open up another tab and then enter the verse again to get the passage that I want to get at.
Thanks for the help! :-)
Posted 12 March 2020 - 01:02 PM
Thanks for reading.
Posted 12 March 2020 - 01:21 PM
I do not know if this will be helpful for you or not, but might help you in other ways if it doesn't, maybe.
God is good. There is no greater lesson than this than that Jesus was hung on a tree, died, and for his perfect sacrifice God resurrected Him and set him above all things in heaven and earth. A tragedy turned to triumph - it is the greatest story that one can conceive of.
Posted 12 March 2020 - 01:24 PM
Hi Chonn! This is a great question. Since you've already discovered how to use the context slider, but want it in a different tab, use the Context option:
If you click in a verse, you can use Right Click -> Look Up -> Context, or the Amplify menu (or toolbar item) -> Context. This will open a separate tab with that verse in its full context.
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Posted 13 March 2020 - 06:46 PM
Thank you, Jesse and Joel!
Joel nailed it. And the Command + 5 is the shortcut! Golden!
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