first place. The initial value for this is the double-click activation time set in your
Operating System. Values from 50 to 2000 are allowed.
The “Initial Number of Search Phrases” sets the number of Search Phrase
Editors to open whenever a New Search is started. Initially, this value will be set
to one, but you may find that you are constantly needing two or three or more
Search Phrases on a regular basis. If so, you can set this value anywhere between
one and eight. Eight was chosen for the upper limit because that's the number of
Quick Activation Hot Keys available for Search Phrases. (See
The “Hide Matching Words/Phrases Lists” check box lets you hide the drop lists
beneath each of the Search Phrases. The Matching Words/Phrases Lists show
exactly what words or phrases match the particular Search Phrases resolves to,
which is useful if you are using wildcards. But if you aren't normally using
wildcards, you may find that these drop lists are in your way. This option lets you
The “Auto Expand Search Results Tree” check box, if checked, will cause the
Search Results, if set to one of the Tree View Modes, will automatically do an
Expand All when a search has completed.
The “Hide 'Not Found in' Statistics” check box lets you control whether or not
the “Not Found in” statistics are shown above the Search Results tree view.
Normally, when you are searching either the Entire Bible or the Old Testament
and New Testament (i.e. with or without Colophons and Superscriptions), King
James Pure Bible Search shows the number of Books, Chapters, and Verses
where results aren't located. Since these statistics are part of the “View Details”
pop-up, you may find that having this extra statistics view in the way and
consuming valuable space for displaying Search Results. If so, you can use this
option to hide them.
The Browser Options allow you to set the settable options for the Scripture