FREE Stream Deck Buttons and Icons for Logos Bible Software

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Scott David | Forum Activity | Posted: Tue, Jan 14 2020 10:27 PM


I suspect there aren't many Logos users with Stream Decks... but hopefully someone will get some joy from this. Blessings!


DOWNLOAD LOGOS STREAM DECK BUTTONS HERE

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David Taylor Jr | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Jan 15 2020 4:51 AM

What on earth is a stream deck?

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Scott David | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Jan 15 2020 8:44 AM

Hi David,

It's a powerful tool for ministry, personal, or business use.

A Stream Deck is a Programmable LED Keyboard with unlimited Profiles, Folders, and Buttons. It was originally designed for Video Editing, Production, Rendering, and Streaming -- but it's taken off and can be used for literally anything you can imagine. There are 3 versions: 6-keys, 15-keys, and 32-keys.

PROFILES - When you activate a program on your PC, the Stream Deck instantly changes to all the buttons associated with that program. One creates a default profile that is always active if there's no profile for the currently active program.

FOLDERS - Unlimited folders that can be nested within each other -- so literally you can have 1000's of buttons.

BUTTONS - Each button can be programmed to do anything you can imagine -- you can have unlimited buttons, and each button has its own LCD Screen; you can drag-n-drop any .jpg or .png right onto a button to instantly create its icon. Also, a button can have limitless commands. One button could open multiple programs > set any computer setting you can imagine (e.g. Default Mic & Speaker) > set your hue lights to a certain scene, color, and brightness level, and on and on. The screens for each button are phenomenally sharp and anybody can create their own icons for free here: www.elgato.com/en/gaming/keycreator

BUILT-IN - One can create Key Combinations, Macros, etc for any program. However, there's instant built-in support for Spotify, Pandora, Hue Lighting, Timers, and many others -- and developers are coding new and wonderful free goodies all the time.

Using with Church Media Team - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D6Tdq6gZCWI
Using with non-video programs - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=puKGtp9TJYo
Profiles - www.youtube.com/watch?v=dbsZ91rh96Q
Folders - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EoJT3wFYDtY
Animated GIFs as buttons - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lEqjSizn46U&t=1s
Button Icon Creator - www.youtube.com/watch?v=vam5qz2Uw7o

I hope this helps!

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Michael Parry-Thomas | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Jan 15 2020 5:57 PM

Hi

I use a small keypad which is set up to use with logos 

Each key is set to a logos function, 

Cost about £30.00

Stream Decks are more powerful 

Mick
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Michael Parry-Thomas | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Jan 16 2020 6:20 AM

artwork 

Mick
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Scott David | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Jan 16 2020 11:01 AM

Hey Michael, Thanks for sharing! This is really neat and very affordable. I'm assuming there are no folders - so you use this only for Logos? If so, pretty neat that you have your own dedicated programmable keyboard just for Logos!

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Michael Parry-Thomas | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Jan 16 2020 4:08 PM

Hi

Still playing around with the different layers 

Yes 

dedicated programmable keyboard Ist layer for Logos

No folders  you do get 3 layers Each layer as 24 keys 

The keys do not interfere with my main laptop keyboard 

Each layer can have a different led colour showing in the background 

Layer 1 for main Logos tools led colour blue 

Layer 2 for CorelDRAW tools led colour red

Layer 3 for logos markup led colour light blue 

 Layers  use rgb led colour you can use any colour 

you can change to a different layer by programming  a key  to go to the next layer 

The leds change to the colour you have set 

I have set a key to use with a custom mark up image which is set to use

a Logos note book. I use this as a way to keep book Marks for resources 

Mick

Mick
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Nord Zootman | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Jan 16 2020 5:09 PM

Michael, That looks interesting. What is the name of the keyboard?

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Michael Parry-Thomas | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Jan 16 2020 5:18 PM

Hi

Koolertron One Handed Macro Mechanical Keyboard, Blue LED Backlit Portable Mini One-Handed Mechanical Gaming Keypad 23 Fully Programmable Keys Blue Switches with Retro Classic Typewriter Round Keycaps

Mick
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Nord Zootman | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Jan 16 2020 7:15 PM

Thank you

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Scott David | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Jan 18 2020 9:55 AM

Update: Added the Following Stream Deck Icon Buttons (use same download link found in the first post):

MISC
- Fixed Interlinear Button (original icon said C+S+i but should have been C+S+R)

INDUCTIVE / HILIGHTING
- C+S+K Remove Highlighting

READING
- Previous Chapter Alt+Dn / Next Chapter Alt+Up
- Previous Panel C+S+F6 / Next Panel C+F6

TOOLS
- C+F Find / Filter this Panel

TABS
- C+S+T Reopen Last Closed Tab

STREAM DECK APP PROFILES
- Template
- AIMP
- LOGOS
- OBS
- OUTLOOK
- PAINT (to use for photo editing software such as ACDSee, PAINT.net, etc)
- SPEAKER (to use for music such as Spotify, Pandora, etc)
- STREAMDECK
- VIDEO CAMERA (to use for video software such as PowerDirector, Premiere, etc)
- XYPlorer

AND... most importantly -- I added the SOURCE FILE to create the Stream Deck Icons!! It's simply a power point file.

The Screen Shot shows my current Logos layouts; the 1st image is the main Logos screen, then the next 3 are the contents of the 3 folders (black folders in the bottom right of the 1st image).

Blessings.

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Michael Parry-Thomas | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Jan 18 2020 4:46 PM

Hi

Icons artwork are amazing 

I have been tweaking some of my key  labels

hoping to able to press a key which will load a saved layout Smile

The icons are all vector drawings 

This small keypad is helping me, to over come some of my 

Dyslexia problem, As I can now used some logos short cuts commands link to 

a single Key with a key image to remember what they are used for 

Mick

Mick
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Scott David | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Jan 19 2020 6:20 PM

Michael Parry-Thomas:
 hoping to able to press a key which will load a saved layout Smile 

LOGOS LAYOUT SWITCHER

Hi Mick, That's a phenomenal idea -- a Layout Switcher! I've been messing around and trying to figure out how to do this but so far unsuccessful.

I found a Keyboard Shortcut here: https://support.logos.com/hc/en-us/articles/360016370932-Keyboard-Shortcuts#%E2%80%9CLogos_Mac%E2%80%9D Alt+A — Open/close Layouts... but it doesn't seem to do anything in my Logos 8 Confused

Also, I can't seem to access layouts from an alternate Menu Command from Guides or Tools (e.g. Alt+T>Layouts; Alt+G>Layouts; etc).

If you figure something out, please let me know. I'll have a shortcut button for every one of my primary layouts. I did create a Keyboard Shortcut on my Stream Deck for Saving a Layout; unfortunately it's CTRL+ALT+L which was originally my Windows System Shortcut to launch the Logos program -- so I had to unbind it. I wish that Logos Keyboard Shortcuts were able to be manually assigned.

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Scott David | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Jan 19 2020 6:21 PM

Michael Parry-Thomas:
 Icons artwork are amazing... The icons are all vector drawings  

Are you saying that you can't use my icons (.jpgs / .pngs) because your programmable keyboard only accepts vectors?

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Scott David | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Jan 19 2020 6:45 PM

Michael Parry-Thomas:
 hoping to able to press a key which will load a saved layout Smile 

Hey Mick,

I just discovered that our saved layouts are accessible from the Command Box. I don't know if you can do multi-layered Macros (multi-action) in your programmable keyboard, but I found a way to do this via brute force, but it's a little slow (not instant as it takes a second to type the name of the layout). Once I create one button, I can just duplicate with copy / paste -- and change the "layout name" in subsequent buttons:

ALT+D
"layout name"
Enter

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Scott David | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Jan 19 2020 8:01 PM

I added some new buttons to the zip file (use original link on first post).

Mick, if you can use my images... if you can get the layouts to work... let me know if you'd like me to build any custom Layout buttons for your specific Layouts.

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Michael Parry-Thomas | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Jan 20 2020 4:30 PM

Hi

Thanks for the update 

Yes I can use your images, will be using some of them Smile

Vector drawings you can change any colour with in the images, just something I always used 

I print the image on to a waterproof glossy photo label paper, then cut them out, next remove the

Backing paper and stick them to the keys,  does not take to long to do 

I think the software will work with multiple  macros key Commands, will need 

to have a play 

The small programmable keypad comes with lots of 

Replaceable keys,  

Thanks 

Mick
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After reading the first post I bought a Stream Deck, and have started to play around with it. Here's what I have so far.

The top row opens apps: Logos, Scrivener, Proclaim, Google Earth, Chambers Thesaurus) and files: Sermon Prep (a FileMaker Pro database I use for planning and some outlining) and Worship Music (an Excel database I use to plan music Sunday by Sunday). There is also an Accordance button on the right; I use Accordance primarily for the Atlas. 

On the left are two Command Box buttons that use Keyboard Maestro to set the Logos Program size to 125% and to open my Matthew study layout (I'm currently preaching through Matthew). 

I have a study timer on the right; it's set for 50 minutes, after which I get up, stretch, get a cup of coffee, say hi to the wife, etc.

The bottom row opens a couple of different Logos forums I check out consistently, a link to the Logos Wiki page, and then Messages, Mail, and a Keyboard Maestro button. 

It ain't cheap, but I think the Stream Deck is going to be an asset to repetitive tasks. 

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Scott David | Forum Activity | Replied: Yesterday 2:44 PM

One Hope Fellowship:
 Logos, Scrivener, Proclaim, Google Earth, Chambers Thesaurus) and files: Sermon Prep (a FileMaker Pro database I use for planning and some outlining) and Worship Music (an Excel database I use to plan music Sunday by Sunday). There is also an Accordance button on the right; I use Accordance primarily for the Atlas... Logos Program size to 125% and to open my Matthew study layout (I'm currently preaching through Matthew). I have a study timer on the right; it's set for 50 minutes, after which I get up, stretch, get a cup of coffee, say hi to the wife, etc... different Logos forums... a link to the Logos Wiki page, and then Messages, Mail, and a Keyboard Maestro button. 

Fantastic; thanks so much for sharing the different ways you're already using this. Every time I think I've finished customizing the Stream Deck, I think of another repetitive task or shortcut that would maximize my time. At this time I've got about 280 buttons programmed. Please let me know if you end up using any of the buttons I've created.

One neat thing I've done is organizing Mail in Outlook. I press a button that applies a Colored Category Tag > and then Moves the Email into a Certain Folder. Super helpful.

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I’ll do that. 

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