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  • Re: Serious problems with Latin OCR in Loeb volumes

    Hi Kyle, sorry for my late reply. If you look at the screenshot I posted above, all of the words highlighted in red (that is, the previously misspelled words that were fixed in the last update), appear to not be tagged with the automatic morphology. Basically everything that was fixed appears to be broken, morphologically speaking. :)
    Posted to General by Greg F on Tue, Oct 4 2016
  • Re: Permanent license disappeared

    I don't want to hijack this thread, but this is the thread of the resources that were accidentally removed from my library a few months ago. If Logos were to provide us with information when a resource is removed, we would be able to fix such problems more quickly.
    Posted to General by Greg F on Wed, Sep 28 2016
  • Re: Permanent license disappeared

    Logos should provide us with a notification when resources are removed from our libraries, in the same way they notify us when new resources have been added. I've had Logos mistakenly remove books I've paid for from my library, and only after some detective work and pestering messages in the forums were they restored (several months after they were
    Posted to General by Greg F on Tue, Sep 27 2016
  • Re: Serious problems with Latin OCR in Loeb volumes

    I might take this opportunity to point out that the fixed spelling of the Latin (thank you!) unfortunately broke the automatic morph tagging on the spell-checked words. I believe the automatic tagging needs to be re-run (?) on this resource.
    Posted to General by Greg F on Thu, Sep 22 2016
  • Re: Question for Bob Pritchett ..... How?

    [quote user="Kyle G. Anderson"]Of course its dependent on the source material. I recall a recent case where the output for a Latin text of Jerome was quite bad. Unfortunately this was due to a print edition that was lacking. A user alerted us to this and pointed us to a better quality PDF and we were able to fix it.[/quote] I believe you're referring
    Posted to General by Greg F on Thu, Sep 22 2016
  • Re: 'New Tab' Voted Longest Surviving Bizarre Feature in Logos

    Agreed, I've never been able to understand how and why the new tab button functions the way that it does.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Greg F on Thu, Sep 22 2016
  • How to access Reader's Edition Interlinear?

    I own the Logos Starter Feature set , which is supposed to include the Reader's Edition Interlinear , but I can't for the life of me figure out where it is or how to access it. Does anyone have any suggestions?
    Posted to General by Greg F on Tue, Sep 13 2016
  • Re: Index issues with Perseus Aeneid English translation

    Except for one occasion, I never seen Faithlife fix any of the many typos I've reported in the Loeb volumes (which people pay for), so I can't imagine they're going to spend internal resources cleaning up a product they give away for free. But I'd be happy to be proven wrong. :) While they're at it, they could do a batch search and replace for ου
    Posted to Noet: Scholarly Tools by Greg F on Wed, Sep 7 2016
  • Re: Question regarding Corresponding Words

    Same problem if I click on ἔχει a few words later: because Logos identifies it first with "ἜΧῘΣ, εως, ὁ: a viper, adder" rather than the much more common 2. ἔχω: to have, none of the corresponding uses of ἔχειν are highlighted in the text. This effectively means that the Corresponding
    Posted to General by Greg F on Thu, Sep 1 2016
  • Re: Question regarding Corresponding Words

    I should probably add that yes, I have "Corresponding Works" selected in the Visual Filters menu and yes, I have "Click" selected next to it. Thanks!
    Posted to General by Greg F on Thu, Sep 1 2016
  • Question regarding Corresponding Words

    I just noticed that clicking on a Greek lemma that has multiple possible translations doesn't highlight the corresponding lemma, if the first translation for a lemma is different than the first translation for the other lemma. Take the word φὐσις for example. Below I've clicked on the accusative singular morpheme φύσιν
    Posted to General by Greg F on Thu, Sep 1 2016
  • Re: Encyclopedia Britannica Update

    I was under the understanding that those who ordered EB back when it was actually Comptons and who asked for a refund would also be allowed to put in an order at the original pre-pub price. Is that still the case?
    Posted to General by Greg F on Wed, Aug 31 2016
  • Re: Is it really necessary to re-download *everything*?

    [quote user="Mark Barnes"]There isn't. [/quote] Sorry, I should have been more explicit: there should be an easy way for Faithlife to figure out how to reuse the already downloaded resources to save users from having to make multiple downloads. Data is data, I can't imagine there is different tagging for Verbum resources versus Logos. But no need to
    Posted to General by Greg F on Tue, Aug 30 2016
  • Re: Is it really necessary to re-download *everything*?

    Thank you all for your responses. To respond to Mark: I would have purchased the Verbum 7 upgrade but it was more expensive for features I'd never use. Surely there must be a simple way for the upgrade to check whether an installation already exists (whether Verbum, Noet, etc.) and simply use the already downloaded resources (perhaps with a reindex
    Posted to General by Greg F on Tue, Aug 30 2016
  • Re: Is it really necessary to re-download *everything*?

    Thanks for your help Francis, but it came too late. :) Perhaps it occurred because I went from Verbum 6 to Logos 7 (and not Verbum 7). But you're right, that shouldn't really be a problem. To make things worse, I played around with the Multiview function for about 2 minutes before it bugged up and crashed the whole thing on me. *sigh*
    Posted to General by Greg F on Tue, Aug 30 2016
  • Is it really necessary to re-download *everything*?

    I just purchased the Logos 7 Feature Starter Pack to finally get access to Multiview (for 20 bucks, I figured why not), and now I find myself downloading 13 gigs of resources that are already on my hard drive (in my Verbum 6 installation). I remember having to go through the same process when going from Logos 5 -> Logos 6. Surely there must be a
    Posted to General by Greg F on Tue, Aug 30 2016
  • Re: Multiview - the absolute best feature for me, so far.

    Thanks Graham. This sold me on the Logos 7 Starter Feature set. My dynamic price was $20, just about the maximum I was willing to spend for a few more bells and whistles. I'll probably only end up using Multiview, but I think that will be enough.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Greg F on Tue, Aug 30 2016
  • Re: Multiview - the absolute best feature for me, so far.

    Does Multiview work with non-biblical texts? Could it also be used to scroll through something like the Iliad, with translations and commentaries linked to the Greek text?
    Posted to Logos 7 by Greg F on Tue, Aug 30 2016
  • Re: Missing morph tagging in new Loeb volumes

    Is this the Iliad text you used ? That one happens to be the only non-Bible-related Greek text I'm aware of that has complete morphological tagging done by a human being, which explains why you were finding precise morphological information and not just a list of different possibilities as per Augustine's Confessions. I do agree with you that Logos
    Posted to Noet: Scholarly Tools by Greg F on Fri, Aug 5 2016
  • Re: Missing morph tagging in new Loeb volumes

    Ah, I see! I'm afraid the problem you're having is to be blamed on Latin, not on Logos. :) As you probably already know, Latin morphology is rather polysemantic, meaning a given form can have many different meanings and interpretations. An automatic morphology program is going to give you ALL possible meanings, rather than just the right one. Take your
    Posted to Noet: Scholarly Tools by Greg F on Fri, Aug 5 2016
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