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  1. May someone let me know the difference between searching with "Scope of Article" and "Scope of Paragraph"? May you give me an example? It seems like the search results are always identical. Thanks, Chris
  2. When you update search parameters; I would like the search to auto-search without having to hit enter or search again. For example, if I change it from flex to exact, go ahead and run the search automatically. Or if a change in scope or range is made; go ahead and automatically run the search. Maybe this is too intensive for some machines? But, I think it may be a worthwhile improvement. Thanks in advance.
  3. Steve Walton

    Strange search outcome!

    Here's a strange thing. When I search for this: [verb participle] <AND> [range galatians] with the Scope set to 'Sentence' (so that I get whole sentences found rather than just verses which may be incomplete sentences) I get no verses in Galatians at all, but a bunch of verses with participles from 1 Corinthians. What am I doing wrong, please? Steve
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