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  • Re: Library Side Bar - Collections

    As Reuben said, it's not possible to change the order. You can, however, use the filter to your advantage. You can see that I prefixed my important search collections with "SR." You could preface the ones that you use all the time with something like "FAV" or whatever. Typing three letters in the filter box is faster than scrolling through the long
    Posted to Logos 8 by Levi Durfey on Sat, Sep 21 2019
  • Re: Favorites

    On the mobile app, Favorites are always added to the "Mobile Favorites" folder: Currently, that is the only option.
    Posted to Logos 8 Mobile Beta by Levi Durfey on Tue, Sep 17 2019
  • Re: Latest Update

    Got me stumped! Is this the case for you on both the beta and the stable versions?
    Posted to Logos 8 Mobile Beta by Levi Durfey on Thu, Sep 12 2019
  • Re: Latest Update

    I am on an iPad also...you need to tap the “+” at the bottom of the explore menu. That will give you the option to add “Faithlife Today”
    Posted to Logos 8 Mobile Beta by Levi Durfey on Thu, Sep 12 2019
  • Re: Latest Update

    I have Faithlife TV videos on my mobile homepage. Do you have Faithlife TV enabled under the Explore menu in the homepage settings (the gear icon in the upper left corner of the homepage)?
    Posted to Logos 8 Mobile Beta by Levi Durfey on Thu, Sep 12 2019
  • Re: iPad Keyboard Shortcuts

    [quote user="Daniel Di Bartolo (Faithlife)"]What Keyboard shortcuts would you like to see us bring to iPad?[/quote] - Highlighting shortcuts (the ones we assign on the Desktop version) would be huge for me. - General shortcuts—copy, cut, paste, etc. - Page movement shortcuts—spacebar to page down, etc. Thanks for letting us know that this
    Posted to Logos 8 Mobile App by Levi Durfey on Thu, Sep 12 2019
  • Re: Feature Request/Suggestion: Focus View/Focus Mode

    [quote user="Thayne"] Yes, I have and it will only do the reading view in only one tab... [/quote] Graham wasn't meaning that you would use the reading mode in this case. Float a window with your desired resources and then maximize it to fill the entire screen. Like so... I could even hide the menu bar on top (I am on a Mac) to make it even less distracting
    Posted to Suggestions by Levi Durfey on Tue, Sep 10 2019
  • Re: What does Your Desk Look Like?

    I use a 13-inch Macbook Pro. I don't much do anything with dual monitors, except occasionally with my iPad Pro. I prefer to keep one thing on the screen at a time to increase my focus. Here's my setup-- Sitting: Standing: The whole thing:
    Posted to Logos 8 by Levi Durfey on Sat, Sep 7 2019
  • Re: Multiple windows on Mac

    [quote user="Douglas Mixer GBC"] I ended up creating multiple desktops and full-screening what I wanted onto this different desktops[/quote] Good. Glad you found a solution. This sounds like what I do. I rarely use the actual full-screen, preferring just fully maximized windows on different desktops. On Mojave and above, you can hide the menu-bar also
    Posted to Logos 8 by Levi Durfey on Sat, Sep 7 2019
  • Re: Multiple windows on Mac

    [quote user="JT (alabama24)"]When you "float" the panel, it floats over the main window. Especially in full screen view, this is confusing.[/quote] I think I figured out what's going on: When you float a window and make it full-screen, then return to non-full-screen, Logos resizes the floating window to take up the whole screen. Then, after that, when
    Posted to Logos 8 by Levi Durfey on Sat, Sep 7 2019
  • Re: Multiple windows on Mac

    [quote user="Douglas Mixer GBC"]I want to be able to open two resources at the same time both full-screen and switch back and forth.[/quote] This works for me: I made the Logos Main Window full-screen by clicking the green button (or press CTRL-CMD-F). I opened the KJV in a floating window. Then I clicked on the green button on the floating window to
    Posted to Logos 8 by Levi Durfey on Sat, Sep 7 2019
  • Re: Copying Greek Words

    Hi Andy, welcome to the forums! Right-click the word you want to copy. Choose "copy" from the right hand side of the context menu:
    Posted to Logos 7 by Levi Durfey on Fri, Sep 6 2019
  • Use Abbreviated Bible References in Reference Box

    I am often frustrated with not being about to see the full Bible reference in the reference box, like so: When taking a note from a reference, or adding to favorites, this is annoying. I know I could change the Program Scaling, or make the panel wider, but those are not good options for me. My workaround is to type the exact reference in the box if
    Posted to Suggestions by Levi Durfey on Fri, Sep 6 2019
  • Re: Images in Notes

    [quote user="Marvin Mitchell"] So...what is the process of linking a Dropbox file to a Note? [/quote] On a Mac (probably similar for Windows) I right-click the file that is in my Dropbox and choose: "Copy Dropbox Link": In Logos Notes, paste it...the resulting link looks like this: That's it. You do need the Dropbox app installed on your system.
    Posted to Suggestions by Levi Durfey on Thu, Sep 5 2019
  • Re: Right-Click Menu

    [quote user="Jeremy Hulsey"]I could live with it except that the developers took away the quick access to the books I prioritized in my library.[/quote] Which prioritized books specifically? All the ones that I remember being in the old menu still appear under "Look Up." What appears depends on what you have selected on the left side of the menu. For
    Posted to Logos 8 by Levi Durfey on Thu, Sep 5 2019
  • Re: ANNOUNCEMENT: End of support for Windows 7, Windows 8.1 & MacOS 10.11–10.13

    Welcome to the forums, William. Again, as Mark stated above, Logos is not saying that Logos will stop working on an older computer. It's just that they can't promise that it will keep working as time goes by. The original post said that Logos 8.11 or 8.12 will be the last supported version. It will continue to run on your older computer, as will others
    Posted to General by Levi Durfey on Thu, Sep 5 2019
  • Re: ANNOUNCEMENT: End of support for Windows 7, Windows 8.1 & MacOS 10.11–10.13

    Not if you update your macOS every year (which is free). Your Macbook will be fine until Apple makes a macOS that it cannot run. Then it will be a few years after that when Logos will not run on the last supported macOS for your Macbook.
    Posted to General by Levi Durfey on Wed, Sep 4 2019
  • Re: Copy Bible Verses Tool code guide

    [quote user="Joe Mayden"] Can we change the font? [/quote] That would have to do with the style codes: %HeaderStyle = My Style Name Word style for header %ForEachVerseStyle = My Style Name Word style for verse %FooterStyle = My Style Name Word style for footer %FootnoteStyle = My Style Name Word style for all footnotes, including citations %CitationStyle
    Posted to Logos 8 by Levi Durfey on Wed, Sep 4 2019
  • Re: Copy Bible Verses Tool code guide

    Here's it with verse numbers in brackets: %NoCharFormatting %NoRedLetter %NoFootnotes %NoCitation =ForEachVerse [<b>[VerseNumInContext]</b>] [VerseText] =Footer <b>[ShortPassageRef] ([Version]) </p> Hope this helps!
    Posted to Logos 8 by Levi Durfey on Wed, Sep 4 2019
  • Re: Copy Bible Verses Tool code guide

    Hi, and welcome to the forums! First, here's a page detailing the syntax for CBV: https://wiki.logos.com/Copy_Bible_Verses#Copy_Bible_Verses_Syntax Yes, there's a compact reference code: [ShortVerseRef] The code [VerseNumInContext] should take care of the number on the first verse. I got this: %NoCharFormatting %NoRedLetter %NoFootnotes %NoCitation
    Posted to Logos 8 by Levi Durfey on Wed, Sep 4 2019
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