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  • Re: Advice on a used iMac

    [quote user="JT (alabama24)"]If you purchase a 2011 Mac (in "new" condition or not), how long do you think it will continue to be supported by Apple?[/quote] Good question! That answer happens to be 11 more days (unless you live in California or the country of Turkey). Apple no longer supports/repairs a computer five years after the product is no longer
    Posted to General by PetahChristian on Yesterday
  • Re: Advice on a used iMac

    macOS Mojave supports late 2012 or newer iMacs. I wouldn't recommend a machine from 2011, since you won't be able to upgrade the operating system. Not being able to upgrade from macOS High Sierra might seem fine for now, but at some point down the road, Logos (or other apps you might want to run) may require a newer version of macOS. Have you looked
    Posted to General by PetahChristian on Sat, Aug 18 2018
  • Re: "Wrong" publisher for Concordia Commentary: 1 Kings 1-11

    The publisher info still appears to be incorrect.
    Posted to Logos.com by PetahChristian on Wed, Aug 15 2018
  • Re: Logos 8

    [quote user="Phil Gons (Faithlife)"] We plan to ship the new note system out of beta with the release of Logos 8. [/quote] I was reluctant to ask what you had previously meant by "with Logos 8." "The release of" resolves my 8.0/8.x uncertainty. Thanks, Phil!
    Posted to General by PetahChristian on Fri, Aug 10 2018
  • Re: Language tools: Immanuel

    [quote user="Armin"]However, when I click on the link and look at the HAL resource, this part is missing:[/quote] It's a typography issue that involves (word wrap and) the mixing of RTL and LTR text. If you look at the resource, the entry starts with a Hebrew word, but the text is predominately English, and the content is written LTR. However, if you
    Posted to General by PetahChristian on Fri, Aug 10 2018
  • Re: Logos 8

    [quote user="doc"]Phil Gons has said 8 won’t be released until new notes system is ready.[/quote] I don't think he directly came out and said that. I'd certainly like to see a quote, if he was that specific.
    Posted to General by PetahChristian on Fri, Aug 10 2018
  • Re: Up To 82% Discount

    [quote user="DAL"]I think is backfiring.[/quote] Well, there are two strategies, DAL. If the goal is to get it to cross the line at any price, sooner rather than later, then lowering bids to $90 isn't helping. If the goal is to lower the price further before it crosses the line, then it's working perfectly. For some reason, the last week is perceived
    Posted to General by PetahChristian on Fri, Aug 10 2018
  • Re: Up To 82% Discount

    [quote user="Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :)"]Minimum bid is now $ 70 with $ 90 having similar progress as $ 150[/quote] Exciting times!!! (I'm following your lead and bidding $90.) If more existing bidders could shift their bid from $150 (or higher) to $100, that would certainly lessen the chance of the price jumping back up from $100 to $150. In the meantime
    Posted to General by PetahChristian on Thu, Aug 9 2018
  • Re: Lemma in a Passage Question?

    If a lexicon was going to discuss a lemma, wouldn't it be more likely to be found under that lemma's headword, rather than being discussed in the context of a different lemma? I'd be leery of returning Lemma in Passage lexicon results which would duplicate results already provided by the Lemma section of the guide. There's enough content to sift through
    Posted to Faithlife Connect (formerly Logos Now) by PetahChristian on Thu, Aug 9 2018
  • Re: Up To 82% Discount

    [quote user="Gordon Jones"]It's about to cross the line at $100. That's a saving of 82%. Wow! [/quote] Who will be the new bidder who helps us reach 100% funding at $100? If you haven't bid yet, it could be you! If you have bid, please tweet about it or email your friends to let them know. Once community pricing closes, this opportunity to get OT300
    Posted to General by PetahChristian on Thu, Aug 9 2018
  • Re: Action of the Holy Spirit in the Old Testament

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"]What is frustrating to me is that it can be done.[/quote] I'd rather see more tagging (increasing the value), rather than less tagging (to avoid differences in interpretation).
    Posted to General by PetahChristian on Wed, Aug 8 2018
  • Re: Take advantage of 25% sale or wait for 8?

    [quote user="SeeHisFace"] L8 might bring a worse deal with less things you want at your current upgrade price point. You will already have a significant part of the next upgrade, so dynamic pricing will be favourable. If faithlife significantly play with the packages, you may find that you have to spend a good amount just to get to the same dynamic
    Posted to General by PetahChristian on Wed, Aug 8 2018
  • Re: Confused about speaker labels in Lamentations

    [quote user="Dave Hooton"] This is at the discretion of Faithlife, because punctuation is an artefact of translation e.g. the LEB has quotes where the traveller is repeating a "saying", but ESV doesn't bother[/quote] Thanks very much, Dave, that explains a lot.
    Posted to Logos 7 by PetahChristian on Mon, Aug 6 2018
  • Re: Logos Staff: A Story to Give you something to think about

    One question for me, would be what a Section search extension refers to. The term {Section ...} isn't understandable like {Highlight ...} or {Speaker ...} or {Label ...}, especially when you consider that a {Section ...} could refer to a Preaching Theme, Cultural Concept, Speech Act, Sentence Type, Grammatical Construction, or Literary Typing. It's
    Posted to General by PetahChristian on Mon, Aug 6 2018
  • Re: Confused about speaker labels in Lamentations

    [quote user="Dave Hooton"] [quote user="PetahChristian"]The speaker labels in Lam 2:15 appear misplaced. (I have tried reindex LEB and restarting once indexing was done, but it didn't resolve anything. Is there something else I can try?)[/quote] No! The tagging is correct, based on the LHB. "Is" is inserted for clarity in most translations (check the
    Posted to Logos 7 by PetahChristian on Mon, Aug 6 2018
  • Confused about speaker labels in Lamentations

    From Lam 1:11 to Lam 1:16, there's an unquoted address from <Place Jerusalem> to <Person God>. (I assume that's normal for it to be tagged, even though the address isn't in quotes.) Verse 12 appears to have duplicate/misplaced Speaker/Addressee labels: Lamentations 1:18-22 is, according to speaker labels, an address from Jerusalem to other
    Posted to Logos 7 by PetahChristian on Mon, Aug 6 2018
  • Re: Typo in image caption

    Thank you, Kyle.
    Posted to Logos 7 by PetahChristian on Mon, Aug 6 2018
  • Typo in image caption

    I don't see a way to "Report Typo" in an image caption (since its text can't be selected, and there is no context menu). Can we open a case to allow the caption to be selectable (and reportable)? Can this "assign" -> "a sign" typo be fixed? Thanks! LLS:BBLSTRY05 2014-10-03T16:58:36Z BBLSTRY05.logos4
    Posted to Logos 7 by PetahChristian on Mon, Aug 6 2018
  • Re: Dynamic Pricing Bug?

    Thanks, Lee. Your post made me realize I had neglected to pre-order the Hebrew grammar!
    Posted to Logos.com by PetahChristian on Sun, Aug 5 2018
  • "Wrong" publisher for Concordia Commentary: 1 Kings 1-11

    The publisher for the rest of the set is Concordia Publishing House . Thanks!
    Posted to Logos.com by PetahChristian on Sun, Aug 5 2018
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