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  • Re: I have two problems - atlas tools and pronunciation

    [quote user="Chung Wai Tak"] Thanks very much for your help. Does it mean that they cannot be accessed with Starter package? [/quote] Logos 8 Fundamentals subset of Starter datasets & features includes Atlas and Pronunciation. Keep Smiling
    Posted to Logos 8 by Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :) on Today
  • Re: Wordsearch-Logos Equivalent Features

    Two other options for finding cross references are the Cross References option in the Guides menu under Bible Reference Guides, and Important Passages in the same place. These can be opened individually, or as a custom Guide Template with a Bible reference key. That panel can be in a link set with a Bible in order to stay in sync with the current position...
  • Re: Wordsearch-Logos Equivalent Features

    Thanks. I'll have to play with this later. I wonder if I just made a collection of my Cross References Treasuries and then used cited-by against that. I usually just have my bible open and the power look up open next to it. Information tool works for this too. It was never great but the easiest way I knew to look at both.
    Posted to Wordsearch Bible Software by Mattillo on Today
  • Re: Wordsearch-Logos Equivalent Features

    [quote user="Mattillo"] [quote user="Nathan Parker"] Here are features I don't see 100% equivalents of yet to my knowledge: Cross Reference Explorer-Cited By [/quote] I never thought of using Cited By for Cross References. How would you set that up? [/quote] Tool => Cited By has Add button for Adding Series & Collections: e.g. Top 2 Commentaries...
  • Re: Wordsearch-Logos Equivalent Features

    John Fidel explained the Cross Reference Explorer in this way: The Cross Reference Explorer searches resources for the reference being studied. There are options to select which resources are searched and you can set up collections for the search. In Logos we tend to think of Cross References as other scriptures in some way associated with the scripture...
    Posted to Wordsearch Bible Software by Mark Smith on Today
  • Re: Wordsearch-Logos Equivalent Features

    [quote user="Robert Paul McCloud"]One of the things that I think WORDSearch was better at is library organization. I know that I can create collections in Logos, but the way WORDSearch broke down categories in easily assessable sub-categories within the library tree was so much easier to work with. The Commentary category is a prime example: broken...
  • Re: Wordsearch-Logos Equivalent Features

    [quote user="Nathan Parker"] Here are features I don't see 100% equivalents of yet to my knowledge: Cross Reference Explorer-Cited By [/quote] I never thought of using Cited By for Cross References. How would you set that up?
    Posted to Wordsearch Bible Software by Mattillo on Today
  • Re: Favorite Wordsearch Features

    [quote user="The Flanary's"] I've adjusted the "style" formats and it still seems to require constant reformatting. Adding the "1900" to "KJV" is completely unnecessary and almost every option includes the "1900". Jude 1:20-21 (KJV) 20 But ye, beloved, building up yourselves on your most holy faith, praying in the Holy Ghost, 21 Keep yourselves in the...
  • Re: Sets that I have concerns about.

    [quote user="skypeace"]These titles still are missing from my library, there are others but these are most notable. [/quote] I suggest checking again on Saturday or later.
    Posted to Wordsearch Bible Software by SineNomine on Today
  • Re: Footnotes in iPAD

    [quote user="Jesús Polaino"]I can see the footnotes in my Android devices but I couldn´t find the option in the iPAD. Could you please explain me how activate them? I´m missing something very basic for sure. [/quote] To see footnotes in the mobile apps: you need to be in paged view, not scrolling view (selectable in the View Settings...
    Posted to Logos 8 Mobile App by Graham Criddle on Today
  • Footnotes in iPAD

    Dear all, I can see the footnotes in my Android devices but I couldn´t find the option in the iPAD. Could you please explain me how activate them? I´m missing something very basic for sure. Thank you very much in advance. Blessings,
    Posted to Logos 8 Mobile App by Jesús Polaino on Today
  • Re: Wordsearch-Logos Equivalent Features

    Welcome to the forums! [quote user="Robert Paul McCloud"]As much as Logos is a far more powerful and full software package then WORDSearch, there are areas that WORDSearch did better. I hope, since you now own the rights to it, that you have an open mind and look it over closely to see if there are any approaches that WORDSeach used, that could be incorporated...
    Posted to Wordsearch Bible Software by SineNomine on Today
  • Re: Favorite Wordsearch Features

    [quote user="Kevin A. Purcell"] 3. I forgot how much I liked having the current live Bible verse highlighted until saw someone above mention it. [/quote] Me too.
  • Re: Wordsearch-Logos Equivalent Features

    Great list. I linked to this in my article about the move from WS to Logos https://www.kevinpurcell.org/wordsearch-is-dead-long-live-wordsearch-with-logos/
  • Re: Favorite Wordsearch Features

    While I’ve used Logos more than WORDsearch over the last number of years, I do still miss a couple things. 1. The library feature in WS which shows up along the left like a Windows Explorer or MacOS Finder window. I know I could drag the library from the menu to the left, but that folder like organization is so simple and missed greatly. 2. ZipScript...
  • Re: How Long Will the "Limited Time" Sale Last?

    [quote user="Homer Shoemaker"]After reviewing the features I've decided to go all in. The more you spend, the more you save. Well..., that might not be true in general, but I think it applies here. I purchased the Logos 8 Reformed Gold. This adds lots of new new books and brings the program up to the full feature set. And even though it completely empties...
    Posted to Wordsearch Bible Software by Mark Smith on Today
  • Re: Wordsearch-Logos Equivalent Features

    [quote user="Robert Paul McCloud"]The Commentary category is a prime example: broken down according to commentary series (NAC, Tyndale, MacArthur, etc)[/quote] While it isn't quite the same, Logos' Library has a filter that allows you to select resources by a number of criteria, including resource type (commentary, for example). This screen shot shows...
    Posted to Wordsearch Bible Software by Mark Smith on Today
  • Re: How Long Will the "Limited Time" Sale Last?

    [quote user="Homer Shoemaker"] Thank you for your responses, everyone. It looks like I should not delay my evaluation. [quote user="Mark Smith"] And if they do get tempted once L9 comes out, they will get dynamic pricing based on what they buy now at the 50% discount, so little to lose if they see a package they like now. 50% off is a serious incentive...
  • Re: Wordsearch-Logos Equivalent Features

    As much as Logos is a far more powerful and full software package then WORDSearch, there are areas that WORDSearch did better. I hope, since you now own the rights to it, that you have an open mind and look it over closely to see if there are any approaches that WORDSeach used, that could be incorporated into Logos. One of the things that I think WORDSearch...
  • Re: Status of your Wordsearch Library

    Thanks so much, Bradley! I am looking forward to getting to know Logos and to use it in my sermon and teaching preparations. Looks like it has a lot of features that may be great for personal study as well! I am very grateful to have my library from Wordsearch transferring over... Compared to many here I'm sure my library isn't that huge, but most of...
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