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  1. Hello Everyone, Sometimes I have a need to exclude the (No Key number) found in my resulting text window. Does anyone know what the syntax should look like to eliminate this from occurring? The benefit for me is it would cut down the number of hits found in both the text module, and Analysis pane. Example: If you select the ESV module and type in the search field: rise up @ [KEY H*] and hit enter the results in the Analysis window will show Rise = 4 H6965 qum קוּם = 1 (No Key number) = 3 rise = 23 (No Key number) = 23 Thank you for your time and expertise. D.
  2. pme

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    When I went to adjust the bottom of the window by dragging, the window expanded right to the bottom, such that I couldn't see the search pane. I dragged the window to my second, larger monitor, but it expanded further, same deal. Dragging it back to my 1st monitor did not reduce it back at all, so after a couple of goes of this, I felt like I was in the middle of a bad fairytale, with the window getting larger and larger each time. Of course, every time I go to the bottom of the screen, I get the popup dock, but that's why I wanted to manually expand it to just a bit less. The way I resolved it was to call up the workspace again, recalling my original (and closing the expanded one). Any thoughts? Regards, Phil
  3. t's also annoying that I cannot open any saved workspace if I happen to close workspace by pressing Command+W too many times. Once the main window is closed, that's it. Please add Workspace sub-menu in the Window menu! It's annoying to open any Bible text or commentary just to be able to open saved workspace.
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