Options for copying Hebrew without accents & without vowels
It is standard in all writing to remove accents from cited Hebrew text, and most academic papers and essays also require the removal of vowels as well. Logos doesn't make this easy, while Accordance and even eSword have had this ability for quite some time.
In Logos 6, you can use the Text Converter interactive: https://www.logos.com/product/45680/text-converter
Danny Zacharias commented
Thanks Bradley. I am familiar with Text Converter, and it will certainly strip the text of accents and vowels. It's just a bit more cumbersome than I would prefer, since it requires two operations of copying and pasting where one should suffice, as in BibleWorks and Accordance. I appreciate your reply, and I hope that Logos will streamline this operation of pasting Hebrew text without accents and vowels.
Tim Span commented
Does the Text Converter in Logos 6 only convert from Hebrew to Latin characters? Or is there a way to go from pointed Hebrew to unpointed Hebrew? This would be very helpful. Bibleworks does this.
This is a very important feature for me as well - to paste without accents and vowels alike. BibleWorks has supported this for years too.