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  • Re: How can you make a list of your Logos 4 library?

    I nominate Steve to update the wiki with the browser method. Unless it's already there and I didn't see it. Great explanation.
    Posted to Logos Blog by Denise on Sat, Apr 2 2011
  • Re: Any update on Yale University Press offerings?

    Sorry Brad to maybe ruin your weekend ... but you did say you did commercial contract work for many years. And I'm guessing you're well aware a contract is a point in time; it is enforceable but every company knows there's a 'tomorrow'. If you're in the driver's seat, enforcement might make sense; if you're not, then you have to work it out. Our company
    Posted to General by Denise on Sat, Apr 2 2011
  • Re: How can you make a list of your Logos 4 library?

    Milford ... if you're super-lazy like me, you can also just export the collection out to the clipboard and then paste into Excel. Doesn't delimit it but the delimiters are not consistent anyway.
    Posted to Logos Blog by Denise on Sat, Apr 2 2011
  • Re: Qumran DSS Biblical Database - What do the symbols in the text mean?

    I searched around myself ... was hoping to see an answer (if I remember right, the question was previously asked a while back but not on the DSS database).
    Posted to General by Denise on Fri, Apr 1 2011
  • Re: The Ungaritic Baal Cycle - Look Interesting

    Well, with Milkman looking for the Divine Council, the Baal Cycle looks like it's going to be a good one. Commentary included.
    Posted to General by Denise on Fri, Apr 1 2011
  • Re: Babylonian and Jerusalem Talmud Collection

    I certainly don't object ... Santala seems to have a significant following and may be of interest.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Denise on Fri, Apr 1 2011
  • Re: How can you make a list of your Logos 4 library?

    You probably need the list for a project, so the above bibliography approach is best. But for anyone else, Mark Barnes' utility is really good: http://www.4-14.org.uk/logos/logos4-bibliographic-report His puts it into an HTML view, which is really nice. I wanted to line them up for personal viewing, so I copies all the JPGs from Mark's output into an
    Posted to Logos Blog by Denise on Fri, Apr 1 2011
  • Re: Logos 4: Read Your Books in Column Format

    Hi Johanna ... happy to see you on the forum. Unless I'm missing something in your question, you just click on the little picture of the book that you already have open. It's in the upper left above the text of your book you're reading. It's not in the very top menus.
    Posted to Logos Blog by Denise on Fri, Apr 1 2011
  • Re: M. Heiser's Divine Council & Old Testament Greek Pseudepigrapha with Morphology (L4)

    Your questions are always so intriguing. I had forgotten there were significant discussion in this resource (since the pre-pub pseudepigraha resource seems doomed). 'The total output of these introductions exceeds 50,000 words, easily the equivalent of an introductory book on the subject. Bibliography for each book is also included.' The copyright on
    Posted to Logos 4 by Denise on Fri, Apr 1 2011
  • Babylonian and Jerusalem Talmud Collection

    OK ... it's 'April'. 4 more weeks! Just to whet your appetite, the image below is from the appendix to Santala's 'Midrash of the Messiah' discussion. If you wish to read Santala, he has a site that includes much of his writings in pdf format. .
    Posted to Logos 4 by Denise on Fri, Apr 1 2011
  • Re: Let's Push Lexham Discourse Hebrew Bible Bundle (6 vols.) over the top!

    Part of the problem (as I've noted before) is that this resource has two separate groups: one that only needs the english portion, and one that wants both the hebrew and the english. Since the two resources are likely are created at the same time, computing the breakeven for separate resources doesn't make sense (as I understand the process anyway)
    Posted to General by Denise on Fri, Apr 1 2011
  • Re: HALOT

    As an added comment, vol 5 is indexed for the aramaic (headwords) while the CD-ROM is by the hebrew. That might sound intuitive until you start thinking about all the ins/outs of L4. I updated the wiki: http://wiki.logos.com/Resource$3a_HALOT_(Hebrew_and_Aramaic_Lexicon_of_the_Old_Testament)
    Posted to Logos 4 by Denise on Fri, Apr 1 2011
  • Re: HALOT

    Yes ... the above answer is correct .... if you click on the info panel and read the copy, it notes volume 5 is aramaic.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Denise on Fri, Apr 1 2011
  • Re: Wind netbook U100

    I have a netbook and it runs pretty much like you're describing. CPUs go up to about 65% per action. I've pretty much accepted it and do anything serious on L3 where everything is speedy. Logos has from the start said L4 demanded high performance, which is fair. However I left the days of heavy-duty portables years back, when I got my first U3 from
    Posted to Logos 4 by Denise on Thu, Mar 31 2011
  • Re: Nelson's 3-D Bible Mapbook

    Letitia, I added several maps/charts products to our wiki Resource Review pages. I included your question here: http://wiki.logos.com/Resource$3a_Nelson's_3-D_Bible_Mapbook
    Posted to General by Denise on Thu, Mar 31 2011
  • Re: Nelson's 3-D Bible Mapbook

    Well, technically it's impossible to feel like a dork with Logos; that is limited to competing Bible software (just joking). One of the limitations of the Logos.com site is its product descriptions are 'just barely'. Mainly marketing copy by folks often not that familiar with the product (thus often needing to go to Amazon to see what it is). That's
    Posted to General by Denise on Thu, Mar 31 2011
  • Re: Nelson's 3-D Bible Mapbook

    Letitia ... the way you check how resources are indexed in Logos4 is, when the resource is open, click on the little 'i' (info) in the upper right of the resource window. Then scroll down to the section 'Indices' ('Bible' for Bible references). In Libronix, you go up to 'Help' and click on 'About this resource'. To solve the problem you're mentioning
    Posted to General by Denise on Wed, Mar 30 2011
  • Re: Expositor's Bible Commentary -- Original vs. Revised

    Keith ... this is directly from the Zondervan site. What is most impressive to me was the irenical treatment of opposing opinions. This is a completely revised edition of Gold Medallion Award-winning Expositor’s Bible Commentary. This revised commentary has undergone substantial revisions that keep pace with current evangelical scholarship and resources
    Posted to General by Denise on Wed, Mar 30 2011
  • Re: Can notes that are linked to a single Bible version be changed to all versions?

    Dominic, I used your last utility and I still am impressed.
    Posted to General by Denise on Tue, Mar 29 2011
  • Re: Huge Facebook-only sale!

    Stephen, I've got to admire your tenacity. You do indeed believe in what you're doing. I personally don't know what the answer is, but you certainly are an asset to Logos (and any other company you may work for in your future).
    Posted to General by Denise on Tue, Mar 29 2011
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