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  • Re: Fuzzy Search

    You're quite welcome, and quite appreciative you did. [quote user="Bradley Grainger (Faithlife)"] Yep; we tweaked this one back in August last year when you reported it: https://community.logos.com/forums/p/182213/1063101.aspx#1063101 Thanks for noticing [/quote]
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Batman on Fri, Oct 30 2020
  • Fuzzy Search

    Last year I was a bit annoyed that I was able to find a verse on Google for free, but, Logos was not able to find it. It was determined to be a "legitimate" issue. The search was deny, either himself, yourself, themselves, I forget now the actual phrase I used. THANK YOU! Logos for fixing it. I tested it, and even where it does not show up, there is
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Batman on Thu, Oct 29 2020
  • Re: Privacy. Mr Pritchard Please

    David Taylor Jr. Ok then, I assume since you have no right to privacy, you would be ok with Doubleclick, and the zillion other privacy invasion companies (who if their only goal is advertising, and nothing more nefarious, to set up cameras in your house to watch you 24/7. EVERYTHING you do? EVERYTHING you say? EVERY EVERYTHING? Afterall, according to
    Posted to General by Batman on Tue, Oct 27 2020
  • Re: Privacy. Mr Pritchard Please

    I knew that. But, Oops, anyway. [quote user="SineNomine"] [quote user="Batman"] What I do not understand is WHY? We all know (or should know) Facebook and Google track us across the pages of the internet, with uncountable others snooping. Granted, most of this is probably more benign than not; but, the question remains: WHY? Why do WE allow all these
    Posted to General by Batman on Thu, Oct 22 2020
  • Re: Privacy. Mr Pritchard Please

    Hey, I qualify! I am a very bizarre person. But, you and MJ probably know that better than most here. [quote user="Denise"] [quote user="Batman"]They do have a privacy statement, where they do the typical "We value your privacy..." But, still, Google and linkIn get all your information. At least, thats how I interpret all the yada yada yada statements
    Posted to General by Batman on Thu, Oct 22 2020
  • Re: Privacy. Mr Pritchard Please

    Thank you. So, the purpose is legit then, for captcha purposes? That's fair enough. As stated, some things are legit, but, to the average user, well, we don't know what the purposes are, and they may be innocent, and they may not be. I have a suspicion that anything dealing with Google, LinkIn or Facebook is less than innocent. Downright scary even
    Posted to General by Batman on Thu, Oct 15 2020
  • Re: Privacy. Mr Pritchard Please

    They do have a privacy statement, where they do the typical "We value your privacy..." But, still, Google and linkIn get all your information. At least, thats how I interpret all the yada yada yada statements. [quote user="The Flanary's"] I agree wholeheartedly. It does seem that FL being one of the last survivors in the field of Bible software should
    Posted to General by Batman on Thu, Oct 15 2020
  • Re: Privacy. Mr Pritchard Please

    I believe the answer to both is no. But, I am not 100% positive. [quote user="MJ. Smith"] [quote user="Batman"]So, WHY should they get automatic rights to me?[/quote] Do they? Does blacklight distinguish between sites that conditionally receive data and those that automatically receive data? There is a big difference. Second question: does lacklight
    Posted to General by Batman on Thu, Oct 15 2020
  • Re: Privacy. Mr Pritchard Please

    This is more of a bringing to light question. As I believe I mention in my original post, I have reviewed the privacy statement, and state that it does mention, at least somewhat, much of this. But, I do believe this is an area that should be extremely transparent by Logos, and really all webpages and sites. [quote user="Graham Criddle"] I don't have
    Posted to General by Batman on Thu, Oct 15 2020
  • Re: Privacy. Mr Pritchard Please

    Oops. I keep seeing it as backlight, so I type it as such. I did a test on their page too. Of course, they claim nothing on their site. They say: You have scanned the website for The Markup, the nonprofit news organization that built the very tool you are using to scan our website. Howdy! You may have noticed that our website came up totally clean.
    Posted to General by Batman on Thu, Oct 15 2020
  • Privacy. Mr Pritchard Please

    Everyone knows, or should know, that there is no such thing as privacy today. What I do not understand is WHY? We all know (or should know) Facebook and Google track us across the pages of the internet, with uncountable others snooping. Granted, most of this is probably more benign than not; but, the question remains: WHY? Why do WE allow all these
    Posted to General by Batman on Thu, Oct 15 2020
  • Re: Self Learn Logos vs MP Training - please share your experience and thoughts

    Benny, Take it from personal experience, One MUST use training if they are not going to be a bitter Logos user! I am not the poorest person on earth, by any stretch of the imagination; but, my income does qualify as below the poverty level. I struggle financially and find paying for training to be excessive and expensive and mind boggling. WHY pay
    Posted to General by Batman on Thu, Oct 15 2020
  • Re: Faithlife: Whats up with the search and website?

    [quote user="abondservant"] hahaha interesting! Sounds on par with those old BMG mailers that promised 12 free cd's if you purchased 2, and then you'd get 4 more. or something like that. Website sounds terrible! [/quote] website is the worst Ive run across, and hope I dont find one that beats it's record. lol BMG and Columbia. Man, I miss those days
    Posted to Suggestions by Batman on Sun, Oct 4 2020
  • Re: Faithlife: Whats up with the search and website?

    [quote user="abondservant"] Just curious, if this is the second worst, whats the worst? [/quote] I always hated most, if not all car websites. Car parts sites, anyway. But, the absolute worst, to date, is emusic. I love extended versions, remixes, club hits, along those lines-- in case you are unfamiliar with them, they originally started in the late
    Posted to Suggestions by Batman on Sat, Oct 3 2020
  • Re: Faithlife: Whats up with the search and website?

    [quote user="Denise"] [quote user="Batman"]I dont understand decisions companies make to do stupid things like this[/quote] I think Amazon is similar? Or worse ... they also load in their ad-driven items at the top, which my browser rejects by definition (ad-server). Home Depot is easier ... service people know what they need. No patience. I discovered
    Posted to Suggestions by Batman on Sat, Oct 3 2020
  • Re: Faithlife: Whats up with the search and website?

    [quote user="SineNomine"] [quote user="Batman"]Now, when we hit back, it scrolls all the way back to the beginning! [/quote] No, it does not. It scrolls back to the top of the page, whether that is page one or page ten. [/quote] That would be affirmative. All the way back to the beginning of the previous page. The top; not to page 1 if I'm on page 37
    Posted to Suggestions by Batman on Sat, Oct 3 2020
  • Faithlife: Whats up with the search and website?

    WHO on earth thinks this messy and sloppy new search is so good, never used it BEFORE shoving it at us! It's HORRIBLE, possibly the second worst search engine EVER! I'm trying to look up books, BUT, instead of a great search engine, it's even worse than before! A good search engine or website does NOT make you tick a box AND start all over! Stupidest
    Posted to Suggestions by Batman on Fri, Oct 2 2020
  • FAITHLIFE: Website Search Needs MAJOR fixing

    WHO on earth thinks this messy and sloppy new search is so good, never used it BEFORE shoving it at us! It's HORRIBLE, possibly the second worst search engine EVER! I'm trying to look up books, BUT, instead of a great search engine, it's even worse than before! A good search engine or website does NOT make you tick a box AND start all over! Stupidest
    Posted to Suggestions by Batman on Fri, Oct 2 2020
  • Re: Logos 9 Wishlist

    [quote user="abondservant"] oof, that is a long wait batman. I have the same computer then as now, and I remember running speed tests comparing the two versions (7 and 8). The result was 8 was twice as fast I think. They have definitely improved in that area. Logos starts (with lots of collections, and resources, and visual filters, etc) in 5 seconds
    Posted to General by Batman on Wed, Sep 23 2020
  • Re: Logos 9 Wishlist

    [quote user="Denise"] [quote user="Batman"]But, one of the biggest things they fixed was making L8 more user friendly and faster. MUCH faster. On my old computer I went from over 3 minutes to under 90 seconds! I was elated. New computer, it's now 20-30 second boot time. [/quote] As I understand it, Gotham City HQ was not happy with you at all (smiling
    Posted to General by Batman on Wed, Sep 23 2020
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