Just one more note - the way T3/4 implements the navigation fill-ins, is to put all those records at the end of the database. Thus, if you are on a comment, and click the forward and backward comment buttons, you will go to the next or previous comments, not one of the navigation fill-ins.
I have no axe to grind - ultimately is a personal preference. If I'm using a single commentary to study, I will have it open along with a Bible window, +/- other windows. If there is no comment, then the comment will be blank. If you use the T3/T4 "Fill In" Feature, it will have a link to the comment before and after the current comment. If there is no comment, then you only have the links. Instead of looking for a (!), you look at the text in the commentary window. If there is no comment, then will have "links". Something like this: Psa_51:5 <> Psa_51:12. So, if you are on Psalms 51:10, and there is no comment, the links will point forward to 51:12 and back to 51:5. You are not lost... And again, I don't care what the (!) is saying in this situation, because I see the actual text as it is in an open window next to the Bible window. If you are using multiple commentaries, then you may not want this "feature". A permanent solution as suggested by Josh would be nice...
- New Content
- Message Board