While working with the LXX I discovered something of an anomaly, which I mentioned here. Rick Brannan read the post and commented-
Ken’s got it right. “LXXALT” represents the alternate versions of texts in Rahlfs; Isaiah has no separate alternate version. The interlinear would be the better choice for a word at present. That, or you could use Swete’s edition of the LXX, but as Ken will tell you Swete’s version (based on Vaticanus, largely, correct?) has some issues compared to Sinaiticus and Rahlfs. I’ll report the issue with word lists and morph tagged texts that have reverse interlinears.
That was 26 November. On 27 November when I opened Logos it began its auto update and when it was done here’s what had been updated and corrected-
The LXX was updated and corrected in a day! Remarkable. So, that’s something else to love about Logos 5- swift attention to necessary corrections.