Philippiens et à Philémon par Bob Utley

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John Murphy | Forum Activity | Posted: Sat, Oct 8 2011 5:12 AM

Transformé en format .doxc et publié avec la permission de Bob Utley.

John

6663.Philippiens et Philemon.docx

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Ergatees | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Oct 8 2011 9:51 AM

I was able to open your document and look at it for a minute. I found a number of mistakes in French in it. In spite of that, it is readable but I think Frenchmen might be rather unhappy. You should submit the document to a native French speaker before releasing it in an improved version.

Respectfully,

E.

 

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John Murphy | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Oct 10 2011 6:18 AM

I do not feel free to do that since I am replicating Prof. Bob Utley's work.  The way I understand it, he hires people to translate for him, so depending upon the translator (and his precision) I suppose it is no surprise that there are mistakes that need to be corrected.  I tried to stay as close to what is posted on his website as I could given the limitations of Logos, especially in regards to recognizing Scripture references.  In this case I do not know who translated the document for him.

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Alexandre Farley | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Oct 12 2011 7:16 AM

Merci John!

Je ne savais pas que ton français était aussi bon que ça!! Bientôt tu pourras venir nous donner le Logos training en français je pense!!

Je vais continuer le reste de mon message en anglais au cas où des utilisateurs anglophones puissent répondre à ma question.

I have been trying to follow these instructions in order to turn the docx file you made available into a personal book:

  1. Logos Menu - Tools -- Personal Book
  2. Click on Add
  3. Fill in Title/Author/Copyright (You can even find an image for the book by searching for Google Images (Philippiens et Philemon)
  4. Browse and find where the file was downloaded.
  5. Click on Build Book and it should build and now be in one's library.

But, the problem I have is that I'm using Logos for MAC (which is just at Beta 3 and has been there for almost 2 years!!!). I have parallels installed on my macbook running Windows XP and I even have Logos 4 for Windows installed on that virtual machine, but I find that booting parallels and running Logos on it really makes my macbook lag and slow down to a point whre I just get frustrated and it's not very useful.

So I've been using Logos for MAC for that reason. I didn't find the Personal Books sub-menu in the Tools menu on my MAC, so am I just out of luck? Or is there a way to accomplish the same thing on Logos for MAC?

Tks!

Alex.

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Alexandre Farley | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Oct 13 2011 5:52 AM

Ok, I just found out yesterday that I was on the logos 4 Beta program...no wonder things weren't going as smoothly as I wished...

I now have changed to the stable release of Logos 4 and I see the Personal Books under the Tools menu...

Smile

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John Murphy | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Oct 15 2011 8:48 PM

Glad you got Personal Books running, it's a nice resource.  I think Philippiens will work in Mac.  I have a Mac version and I checked it (but not too closely), there may be some weird formatting from time to time...

I'm almost finished with 1,2,3 Jean and now working on Romains by Prof. Utley

 

John

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Andreshome | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Oct 11 2013 8:13 AM

Merci - Thanks John.

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Joseph | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Mar 23 2014 2:23 PM

Alexandre Farley:
je vais continuer le reste de mon message en anglais au cas où des utilisateurs anglophones puissent répondre à ma question.

En fait:  ''je vais continuer le reste de me mon message en anglais à fin que les anglophones puissent répondre.....'' You may only use the subjunctive with the conjunction ''que''.  

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