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  • Andy Hubert

    Are you going to post your work after the 4th pass?

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  • Andy Hubert

    Good stuff Koko! Here are some points of suggestion:

    • The “to us” in 1:2 looks like it is in the wrong place. At least as the ESV translation is concerned, this should be a subordinate phrase to 2c.

    • I would indent 2h one level in from “by his Son” (2d) and then keep 2g one level in from 2h. This is because the entire 2g-h block is a relative unit qualifying “Son” (as your arrows correctly show).

    • When you get to the 4th pass, you may decide to bring 3d and 3f back a level to simply be coordinate with 3a.

    • 3n should have a yellow arrow, not a blue.

    • “than theirs” should be its own phrase (4d)

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  • Andy Hubert

    @Williams14 You have given a helpful explanation.

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  • Andy Hubert

    How is turning to the law, found in the Bible, a returning to slavery and idolatry, as this text seems to clearly indicate?

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  • Andy Hubert

    8 Formerly, when you did not know God, you were enslaved to those that by nature are not gods. 9 But now that you have come to know God, or rather to be known by God, how can you turn back again to the weak and worthless elementary principles of the world, whose slaves you want to be once more? 10 You observe days and months and seasons and years! 11 I am afraid I may have labored over you in vain. (Galatians 4:8-11 ESV)

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  • Andy Hubert

    When the author is creating or editing the page, he/she has the option of turning off comments. It appears that the author of this arc has done just this.
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  • Andy Hubert

    Yes.

    (We hope to have a beta version of the next version out around the turn of the year.)

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  • Andy Hubert

    @Brent-Karding Multi-level lists are not presently possible to do. However, this most certainly will be something included in the next version of Biblearc.

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  • Andy Hubert

    @mylifeandbooks Given that different devices have different screen sizes, things will naturally be laid out differently on those different devices. Dot notes have been designed to try and automatically compensate. If you place a dot (not the note itself, but the dot) on a particular phrase, it should be on that same phrase on different devices. If you find this is not the case, please take a screenshot on each and send those along so we can investigate further.

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