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    Question Latest Update

    After installing the latest update to BW8, I find that I can no longer input verse references in the Popup Copy Window using the format to which I have become accustomed. I like to enter a reference using a period rather than a colon between the chapter and verse. For instance, I prefer to enter John 1.1 rather than John 1:1. In the past, this has never been an issue, but after updating this morning, entering John 1.1 returns and error message. The error I receive is "The specified range in invalid or does not occur in the current search version." If I enter, John 1:1, however, all works fine. Is there any way that I can go back to using the period rather than the colon? That is a much faster method for me.

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    The period still works for me.

    Actually, you don't need one. I just use a space. Joh 1 1 gets me where I want to go.
    Ben

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    The space does not work either in my case.

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    Huh. Something on your end, I'd guess. Or else, my version generated a bug that lets it work

    You're using this morning's update, right?
    Ben

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    Quote Originally Posted by mwfuss View Post
    After installing the latest update to BW8, I find that I can no longer input verse references in the Popup Copy Window using the format to which I have become accustomed. I like to enter a reference using a period rather than a colon between the chapter and verse. For instance, I prefer to enter John 1.1 rather than John 1:1. In the past, this has never been an issue, but after updating this morning, entering John 1.1 returns and error message. The error I receive is "The specified range in invalid or does not occur in the current search version." If I enter, John 1:1, however, all works fine. Is there any way that I can go back to using the period rather than the colon? That is a much faster method for me.
    The change is a result of an update made last week when permits sub verses (like John 1:1,3,5). This was done by Michael Tan who is on vacation until next week. So until he returns I have reverted his change to the way ot was previously. SO you just have to regrab the ese.
    Mike

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    Thank you Mike. Please excuse my ignorance, however, but what is an ese and how do I regrab it?

    Edit: Never mind, I did an update and all is well again! Thank you.
    Last edited by mwfuss; 05-26-2009 at 11:04 AM.

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