Highlighting can only be applied to the words of the Bible itself, and to entire
words. You cannot highlight Book Titles, Chapter Numbers, Verse Numbers, etc.
You can do a pseudo-highlighting inside of Notes (See the section on
for more details) by using different colored text, but that wouldn't be done with
this Highlighter Mechanism.
Unlike Notes and Cross-References, which are applied at the Verse-Level or higher,
Highlighters are applied at the Word-Level, on a word-by-word basis. That means
that they are dependent on the Bible Database. When Foreign Language Bible
Database files get introduced in the near future, highlighting for one Bible
Database will not appear within the other Bible Databases.
This is because the Number of Words and Word Positions from one Bible Database
won't match those of the other. If you desire to have the same passages
highlighted in multiple Bible Databases, you'll have to open them either side-by-
side or in an Interlinear Format and find the desired highlighted passages in the
one, and manually highlight the corresponding passages in the other.
Note that when the Search Results (or Excluded Search Results) is displayed, you
can select one or more verses and click on a Highlighter Tool and highlight those
entire verses. If all of those verses are already completely highlighted by that
specific Highlighter Definition, however, then they are all unhighlighted.
This allows you easily highlight all or part of a Search Result. But, if you instead
wish to highlight only part of those verses, you can double-click them one-by-one,
and manually highlight the parts you desire using the Scripture Browser.
Hint: Note that the “Show
Highlighting in Search Results”
check box must be enabled to see
Highlighted Passages in the Search
Results and/or Excluded Search
And it must be enabled in order to
highlight Search Results using the
Highlighter Tools. Otherwise, the
Highlighter Tools all remain disabled.