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  • Re: Zooming Text

    It can be adjusted in the same way even once you are in reading view. If you take your cursor to the top of the screen, tabs should appear and then you can use the same menu.
    Posted to General by Jonathan Pitts on Wed, Jan 19 2011
  • Re: A Few Simple Ideas ...

    I haven't actually used RefTagger yet, but I did have a read through http://reftagger.com/ yesterday. I think most of what you suggest is already possible. Look at the Customize and Control Panel sections of the website.
    Posted to RefTagger by Jonathan Pitts on Mon, Jan 17 2011
  • Re: A Logos reader tablet...

    The Biblia.com website gives you the opportunity to read Logos books on a Kindle. Look at the Biblia.com forum for advantages and limitations.
    Posted to Suggestions by Jonathan Pitts on Fri, Jan 14 2011
  • Re: Books

    Just drag the tab with the book's name where you want to dock it.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Jonathan Pitts on Tue, Jan 11 2011
  • Re: Biblia.com and Blackberry Storm2

    I'm a Kindle rather than a Blackberry user, but often in the mobile version of Biblia.com you often get just one section of a chapter at a time. If the chapter has several numbered sections you may get just the title of the chapter on one page; the next section will be on another page. To the right of your reference box - go - content there should be
    Posted to Biblia.com by Jonathan Pitts on Mon, Jan 10 2011
  • Re: Need advice on purchase of Apostolic Fathers: Lake or Lightfoot

    Rick, will the interlinear come with a stand-alone English tranlation such as you have quoted above?
    Posted to Logos 4 by Jonathan Pitts on Fri, Dec 31 2010
  • Re: Need advice on purchase of Apostolic Fathers: Lake or Lightfoot

    Lake also has an interlinear. I'm afraid I am not qualified to judge the difference between the two editions, and was wondering which was preferred only yesterday.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Jonathan Pitts on Thu, Dec 30 2010
  • Re: Sharing resources of LOGos 4 with Kindle

    There is no need for extra software. Just email a document in any common text format (e.g. Microsoft Word) to the @free.kindle.com address that you can find on your Manage my Kindle page of the Amazon website. Amazon will convert it to a Kindle book and send it to your device. The dowsides of this approach are: 1. Exporting the whole of a 500 page book
    Posted to Logos 4 by Jonathan Pitts on Wed, Dec 29 2010
  • Re: Sharing resources of LOGos 4 with Kindle

    Having experimented a bit with this, the mobile view of biblia.com is the least labour-intensive approach to reading a whole Logos book on the Kindle. There is a thread in the Biblia.com forum that deals with this.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Jonathan Pitts on Wed, Dec 29 2010
  • Re: Problem with title just purchased

    The words obscured are in loco parentis (in italic). Usually if the font I am using does not contain the required characters then highlighting the text and right-clicking gives the correct characters in the system font. However, in this case, I have the reverse: I can read it in my default font (Adobe Garamond Pro; albeit with one square displayed before
    Posted to Logos 4 by Jonathan Pitts on Wed, Dec 29 2010
  • Re: After preaching on Sunday, anyone have the Monday "blues?"

    This problem has been around for a while. Elijah would understand. Note how 1 Kings 19 follows on from 1 Kings 18. However, it may be in that weakness that we truly meet God in the still, small voice.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Jonathan Pitts on Tue, Dec 21 2010
  • Re: A blog of new books

    [quote user="Kevin Becker"] There are RSS feeds for both the Community Pricing and Pre-Pub pages. [/quote] Thanks, I have found them now. Initially when I tried to subscribe from the prepub page I was just taken to the main Logos blog, but having unhidden a toolbar in Internet Explorer I now have full list of the blogs.
    Posted to Suggestions by Jonathan Pitts on Sun, Dec 19 2010
  • A blog of new books

    I've just started to use Google Reader to keep track of the various blogs that I visit. I find a miss a lot that is happening with new books at Logos: there are too many different places that I need to look in order to find out what's new. How about a blog that lists all of the new books in prepublication, community pricing or newly published, as well
    Posted to Suggestions by Jonathan Pitts on Sat, Dec 18 2010
  • Re: Biblia.com on Amazon Kindle browser

    [quote user="Jonathan Sine"] Jonathan - do you have the Kindle 3?? If so, I am very interested in your Biblia experience. I am anxiously awaiting my Kindle and wondered (with all the latest improvements to Biblia) how it displays and performance [/quote] I'm not sure about version numbers, but I bought it quite recently, so it is the latest version
    Posted to Biblia.com by Jonathan Pitts on Tue, Dec 14 2010
  • Re: Biblia.com on Amazon Kindle browser

    [quote user="Thomas Beirne"] We deployed a very minor bug-fix release today which might have fixed your problem with getting out of fullscreen mode on the Kindle. If you could check to see if it did and get back us it would be much appreciated. Thanks! [/quote] Sorry, no joy, still the same problem. If it helps, the behaviour is essentially the same
    Posted to Biblia.com by Jonathan Pitts on Tue, Dec 14 2010
  • Re: Footnotes in mobile view

    Thanks for the heads-up. See my comments under the release notes.
    Posted to Biblia.com by Jonathan Pitts on Thu, Dec 9 2010
  • Re: Biblia Beta 20 release notes

    Thank you. Now we are getting there. Am I pushing my luck to ask for pop-ups for the footnotes and bible references in the mobile view, like we had at library.logos.com?
    Posted to Biblia.com by Jonathan Pitts on Thu, Dec 9 2010
  • Re: Another Bible Translation

    I just had a quick look at the samples last night, but there are some very good bits. For example Matthew 4:17: "Here comes the kingdom of heaven!" is a very good translation.
    Posted to General by Jonathan Pitts on Wed, Dec 8 2010
  • Re: Automatically Merge Index

    When I get new or updated resources I pause the indexing that automatically happens. Then when I go to bed I type "rebuild index" in the command box and let it take as long as it wants to reindex overnight. It seems pointless to index it once, only to have to do it again to combine the two indexes.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Jonathan Pitts on Wed, Dec 8 2010
  • Re: Biblia.com on Amazon Kindle browser

    Thanks Bryan. I tried the mobile version for a while and also reverted back to library.logos.com for a while. However, the two big things missing are: 1. footnotes, 2. the ability to resize text, either with the browser settings or in Biblia. When do we get an update to the mobile version? Surely Biblia is primarily of use to those using mobile devices
    Posted to Biblia.com by Jonathan Pitts on Thu, Dec 2 2010
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