Resource Panel Menu

The Resource Panel Menu can be accessed by clicking the Panel Menu icon  in the upper-right of any resource panel.


Panel Menu Contents

The Panel Menu reveals the following options:

  • Text Size Slider – Change the text size. This change will apply to the panel, rather than the resource, so that a named layout containing two panels of the same resource will respect each panel’s set text size.
  • Find (in this panel) – Cmd+F (Mac) or Ctrl+F (Windows) – Displays a find box in the upper-right of the resource.
  • Link Set – Resources that are indexed by the same data type can be linked together so they navigate to the same reference at the same time. You can link a Bible that has embedded lemmas (that is, an interlinear or reverse interlinear Bible) together with a lexicon or Bible Word Study panel in one link set. Then, click a word in your open Bible and the lexicon or Bible Word Study panels will open to that lemma.
  • Clear all links – Clear Link sets in all linked resources at once.
  • Send hyperlinks here – The resource becomes the default destination for a data type reference.
  • InformationCmd+Shift+I (Mac) or Ctrl+Shift+I (Windows) – Reveal the information pane for the open resource.
  • Start reading plan – Creates a new reading plan for that resource.
  • Show locator bar – Shift+Cmd+L (Mac) or Ctrl+Shift+L (Windows) – See where you are in the resource and navigate by clicking in the location path. You can also choose whether the up and down arrows navigate within the resource by: Article, Book, Chapter, Verse, or Annotation.
  • Show left sidebar – click ; or press Shift+Cmd+C (Mac), Ctrl+Shift+C (Windows) – Toggles the left sidebar open or closed. This provides access to the resource’s table of contents, Notes & Highlights in the resource, and Favorites where you can add quick links to locations in this resource.
  • Show right sidebar – click ; or press Shift+Cmd+B (Mac), Ctrl+Shift+B (Windows) – Toggles the right sidebar open or closed. This provides access to the auto translate feature (this feature requires the Full Feature Upgrade).
  • Show interlinear pane – click ; or press Shift+Cmd+R (Mac), Ctrl+Shift+R (Windows) – Toggles the interlinear pane at the bottom of a reverse interlinear Bible.
  • Show inline search – click ; or press Cmd+Shift+F (Mac), Ctrl+Shift+F (Windows) – Allows you to perform a Basic, Bible, or Morph search within the active resource.

  • Read aloud – Cmd+R (Mac) or Ctrl+R (Windows) – Start or Stop reading aloud. An audio player will be visible on the right side of the toolbar, next to layouts.
    • Narrator – For resources that have an audio version, you can choose between the audio file's narrator or the system narrator.
    • Show word by word indicator – Displays an animated word by word indicator in the resource as each word is read aloud.
  • Print/Export – Cmd+P (Mac), Ctrl+P (Windows) – Open the Print/Export dialog.
  • ColumnsShift+Cmd+P (Mac) or Ctrl+Shift+P (Windows) – Displays resource text in columns for easier reading with page scroll buttons in the lower-right corner.
    • None = one column in non-paged view.
    • Numbers 1 to 5 show exactly that many columns.
    • Auto shows the number of columns that will fit in the panel.

  • Show footnotes on page – Toggles footnote content in a resource (when the resource is set to column paged view.)
  • Enter full screenOpt+Cmd+F (Mac) or F11 (Windows) – Toggles full-screen view on or off.
  • Duplicate this Panel – Shift+Cmd+N (Mac) or Ctrl+Shift+N (Windows) – Open the resource in a second panel.
  • Float this panelOpt+Cmd+F (Mac) or Ctrl+F11 (Windows) – Open the resource in a floating window. This option is replaced with Dock this PanelOpt+Shift+Cmd+F(Mac) or Ctrl+Shift+F11 (Windows) – if the panel is already floating.
  • Copy Location asOpt+Cmd+C (Mac), Ctrl+Alt+C (Windows) – Copy a location to the clipboard in one of the available formats:
    • URL – A hyperlink for use in a word processing document, email message, or web page.
    • HTML – A fully formatted link ready to embed into a web page.
    • L4 – A link that opens Verbum directly, without requiring an Internet connection. This may not work in some applications.
    • WIKI – A link formatted for use on websites like
    • RL – A link formatted for use in a Reading List, at
  • Help about this feature – Opens Verbum Help to the relevant entry.
  • Close – Cmd+W (Mac) or Ctrl+F4 (Windows) – Close the selected resource.
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