Topics can be edited in two ways:
For commentaries: Press the Add New Topic icon, the following menu appears:
From this menu, you can add a new topic. The first selection will bring up another dialog that will allow you to select the verse or verse-range to which you want to add a comment on.
The second selection above allows you to add a comment on the current topic.
The third selection allows you to update the reference that a topic is associated with.
The final selection deletes the current topic.
Select Verse for Comment Dialog
This is the universal dialog to select the verse reference or range to which to add a comment. Notice, you may add comments for a single verse, a verse-range, a chapter, and an entire book.
You may also add a topic from the topic content area by clicking on the proper link:
From this list of links in the topic content area, you may add comments for the active verse on the verse, chapter, or book level.
For Dictionaries or Generic Books
From the Add New Topic icon, you may perform the following actions:
From this menu, you may add a new topic in the first selection.
The second selection changes the current topic's subject.
The third selection deletes the topic.
Add New Topic Dialog
In this dialog, you will enter the title of the topic in section 1. In section 2, if applicable, you will pick in what position the new topic will appear in relation to the current topic. This position could be a sibling of the current topic (same level, before or after) or a child (lower level).
In the topic content area, you may also add entries. See below:
You may add a new topic for the module by clicking the second link.
Changing Topic Positions
You may easily change the position of a topic in dictionaries or general books by simply clicking and dragging the topic name in the topic list to the new location in the topic list.
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