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  • Re: Ham-Handed Marketing Exhibit #128

    [quote user="Johan Leirvik"] While I do agree that OP used harder words than was warranted, I still think the presentation here is poor, and could be improved pretty easily. In general the left column presents the name of the resource and the right column presents " Value if sold separately ". The partially included collections does not fit this picture
    Posted to Logos 7 by Abram K-J on Thu, Sep 1 2016
  • Re: Ham-Handed Marketing Exhibit #128

    [quote user="Robert M. Warren"] What would be so onerous about just listing the one volume that is included, by itself? [/quote] A great question, and one I wondered the first time I saw this new way of listing things. Whatever Faithlife's intentions are, the "rhetorical" effect (if I may apply such thinking here) of scrolling through a long list and
    Posted to Logos 7 by Abram K-J on Thu, Sep 1 2016
  • Re: Logos Now... Maybe Later?

    Thank you, David, this is helpful to know. I don't know the first thing about developing an app, and I'm sure it's harder than it looks. So maybe the solution here is to just ditch the "Check back soon!" language, which I would think would be less of a constraint for devs to labor under, and produce less disappointment in users who still await much
    Posted to Logos Now by Abram K-J on Tue, Aug 23 2016
  • Re: Is L7 Faster?

    Hard to say. Which probably means not significantly faster. Someone who commented on my L7 review suggested it would be a good idea if Faithlife went the way of Apple and advertised not just features, but speed improvements (2x faster, etc.) with new releases. Which would imply achieving said improvements first, of course. I'll bet many users would
    Posted to General by Abram K-J on Tue, Aug 23 2016
  • Re: Logos Now... Maybe Later?

    I think one small adjustment the devs could make in the meantime is eliminate the "Check back soon!" language. And, actually, to answer my own question, under that line is "We're working on getting all of Logos Bible Software's amazing features working in the new web app" (my emphasis). That has been there since May 2015, which made me think that it
    Posted to Logos Now by Abram K-J on Tue, Aug 23 2016
  • Re: Logos Now... Maybe Later?

    alabama24: thanks for the tip to "Enable Experimental Resource Display." That gets a couple features closer to something more usable (IMO). Still, it does seem the priority/resources given to developing the Web app = low. That's fine, but if so, maybe the "beta" Web app shouldn't be a major selling point of Logos Now. Or they could have waited till
    Posted to Logos Now by Abram K-J on Tue, Aug 23 2016
  • Re: Logos Now... Maybe Later?

    Almost a year and a half later and app.logos.com is still in beta. There have been a couple additions since I posted above, but not many. Is it no longer in active development? If it is, is there a roadmap that someone from Faithlife can share?
    Posted to Logos Now by Abram K-J on Tue, Aug 23 2016
  • Re: GOLD - Missing NIGTC Romans Volume?

    I think this has to do with O'Brien's NIGTC commentary being pulled, just last week. So what was a 13-volume series (pre-Romans) became 12 volumes. But I agree that "13 volumes" for not having Romans is not correct and should be adjusted.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Abram K-J on Mon, Aug 22 2016
  • Re: New Feature: Sermon Editor

    I'm with you on that, Clint! I like the idea Eleanor had, too--there are some great Markdown apps that do this that you all could check out if you need a model (FoldingText for Mac, Editorial for iOS). Even Google now has in its Docs and auto-outline population feature in a sidebar. Would make a great addition to this tool
    Posted to Logos 7 by Abram K-J on Mon, Aug 22 2016
  • Re: New Feature: Sermon Editor

    Great idea, Clint. The Sermon Editor is really tempting to incorporate into my workflow (especially on those Sundays when I use visuals), but I'd never leave mind mapping. :)
    Posted to Logos 7 by Abram K-J on Mon, Aug 22 2016
  • Re: Anyone using Scrivener for Sermons?

    Scrivener for iOS releases this Wednesday, and it looks and works great. Most important, it syncs (via Dropbox) with either the Mac or Windows version of the app.
    Posted to General by Abram K-J on Sat, Jul 16 2016
  • Re: July Free Book of the Month: Pentecostalism: A Guide for the Perplexed

    The Plus One is still showing at $1.99, FYI.
    Posted to General by Abram K-J on Fri, Jul 1 2016
  • Re: Fun in the Wish List

    [quote user="Everett Headley"] Just nice to know I own something I want, I guess. [/quote] That'll preach! (I *just* had this experience moments ago before coming to the forums.)
    Posted to General by Abram K-J on Wed, Jun 1 2016
  • Re: Dietrich Bonhoeffer Works Question

    Actually, it's only in Pre-Pub now, but The Bonhoeffer Reader is probably the best place to start--worth trying to find in print if you can.
    Posted to General by Abram K-J on Wed, Mar 23 2016
  • Re: Dietrich Bonhoeffer Works Question

    Life Together is a beautiful work, and in the DBW it's coupled with a short but powerful work on the Psalms. Discipleship is not only excellent, but one of the best Sermon on the Mount commentaries you'll find, I think. Letters and Papers from Prison would probably be easier going than Ethics. What I've read of Sanctorum Communio is also very good
    Posted to General by Abram K-J on Wed, Mar 23 2016
  • Eucharistic Liturgies Inspired by Liberation Theology?

    Does anyone know of any Eucharistic (Communion) Liturgies that have been inspired by liberation theology, and that exist in English?
    Posted to General by Abram K-J on Fri, Mar 4 2016
  • Re: Zondervan Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament for $9.99

    I understand the frustration re: pre-pubs going on sale later, but comparing pre-pub dollars to sale dollars later isn't quite apples to apples, as you do have (potential) use of the resource for a longer time, if you've gotten it earlier. That will be consolation/value for some, not for others! Not surprised the two new volumes (1-3 John and Mark)
    Posted to General by Abram K-J on Tue, Feb 16 2016
  • Re: Export Option to Nisus Writer Pro (and Mellel)

    You could change your default rtf app, sure, but you could also just right-click to open an individual .rtf with Nisus Writer Pro and keep TextEdit as the default.
    Posted to Suggestions by Abram K-J on Sun, Jan 31 2016
  • Re: Anchor Yale Bible sale

    I don't know the details, but I'm pretty sure it's a licensing issue that no longer allows any software company to offer Matthew as part of the Anchor commentary series.
    Posted to General by Abram K-J on Fri, Jan 29 2016
  • Re: January 2016 Free book

    P.S. Don't be fooled by the Jonah commentary page count (52). The 40-or-so-page Introduction is numbered with Roman numerals, so the total page count is a little closer to 100.
    Posted to General by Abram K-J on Fri, Jan 1 2016
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