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#1 Julia Falling

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Posted 18 May 2013 - 06:14 PM

I know this is a really basic question.  I frequently use Accordance when teaching our Sunday school class.  There is not a single young person in the class with even a scrap of Greek.  (Can you believe it? :)  Then again, I didn't know a scrap at their age, either, and still don't know any Hebrew. )

 

Anyway, I want to be able to show them how they can can just triple-click an English word in a keyed text and have the Mounce Dictionary come up for the NT, the KM Dictionary come up for the OT.   The ESV, Holman, NKJV go to Mounce/KM, but the NAS95 goes to the NAS Greek/Hebrew, the KJV to Strongs Greek/Hebrew.

 

Is there some way to make Mounce/KM the defaults when working in English (keyed text)?  From the digging I did, I suspect the answer is, "No."  

 

Thanks!

 

I did try the Help and couldn't find the answer I wanted.  I'm hoping I missed something!  ("Triple-click on a word with a Key number to find the Key number in the associated Greek or Hebrew dictionary."  Digging Deeper > Keyed Bible Texts > Amplifying with Key Numbers)


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Posted 18 May 2013 - 06:17 PM

Julie, if I remember correctly, the NAS95 is tagged "differently" than some of the other keyed texts and can only use the dictionaries developed by the Lockman Foundation. I suspect the same is true of the KJV since Strongs was based on that translation. 


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Posted 18 May 2013 - 06:22 PM

I was afraid of that.  Thanks.  I had noticed that some of the numbers are different when looking at Strongs, NAS Greek/Hebrew, and Key Dictionary Greek/Hebrew.  I'll do my demos from the ESV or HCSB.  And there is probably no way to "fix" it without putting in more work than it's worth.


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