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  • Re: PBB Syntax Not working

    The space between the pipe symbol and logosres... in the first link is 11 point while the rest of the text is 12 point. That seems to be enough to make it fail. BTW I spotted this because I have non-printing characters showing and the dot marking the space was visibly closer to the 'l' of logosres than elsewhere. An easy way to check for such problems
    Posted to Logos 4 by M G Smith on Mon, Sep 19 2011
  • Re: BUG: PBB, tables and formatting issues

    It appears that the compiler treats a series of carriage returns without any text before them in a strange way. While experimenting with your uploaded file, I managed to get the numbers lining up with approximately every fifth line of text! However, I think I have found a workable solution. If you type a full stop in all of the blank lines in column
    Posted to Logos 4 by M G Smith on Thu, Sep 1 2011
  • Re: BUG? Justification lost in PBB

    Yes, I see your problem. Switching 'Justify Resource Text' on and off makes a small difference, but never properly justifies the text. I noticed you are using a mixture of fonts so as an experiment, I selected all text, and changed it to Times New Roman, and unjustified the text. When I compile a PB from this docx then the text behaves properly, with
    Posted to Logos 4 by M G Smith on Wed, Aug 31 2011
  • Re: BUG? Justification lost in PBB

    Displaying text in resources as justified or non-justified was recently added to Program Settings. However, 'Justify Resource Text' is set on by default, so if you have not changed that setting then what you are seeing should be justified. On the other hand, if you have turned the setting off then what you are seeing is correct. Either way, the setting
    Posted to Logos 4 by M G Smith on Wed, Aug 31 2011
  • Re: Personal books and fonts

    The plot thickens! In the page which Graham links above, in the last entry, Tonya wrote that at the time of writing: "There is a bug in here somewhere. We're trying to track down if it is in the default settings for Word or in the preset Styles or somewhere else." It would appear that the problem may still lie between the software used to create the
    Posted to Logos 4 by M G Smith on Thu, Aug 11 2011
  • Re: Personal books and fonts

    A further twist. I notice that when I have a PB open alongside a 'regular' L4 title, that the font size and the line spacing in the regular book were both different from the PB. I tried changing the 'normal' settings in my source .docx so that the body text was 14 point but this was again ignored on compiling. The body text of the PB is definitely smaller
    Posted to Logos 4 by M G Smith on Thu, Aug 11 2011
  • Re: Personal books and fonts

    Further experimentation suggests that the situation is more complex than first appears. Kevin is correct in that if you change the font used in Word as the 'normal' font then this is ignored in the Personal book and the font selected under Logos Program Settings is used. However, if the headings styles in Word are properly based on the 'normal' font
    Posted to Logos 4 by M G Smith on Thu, Aug 11 2011
  • Personal books and fonts

    I have been looking forward to being able to create Personal Books which will display in the font chosen under Program Settings (I currently use Cambria). I have not been disappointed! However, a little experimenting seems to show that (within the source .docx file) any text set to display in Times New Roman will display (in Logos 4) correctly in the
    Posted to Logos 4 by M G Smith on Thu, Aug 11 2011
  • Re: PrePub Question (Lightfoot)

    Russ, the title you ask about is part of Volume 2 of the printed text, although it only amounts to 17 pages. I have checked through the descriptions on the prepub page and they appear to be the same as the printed text (from Google!) except that the printed text was in 13 volumes. Volumes 11 and 12 being Hebrew and Talmudical Exercitations (available
    Posted to Logos 4 by M G Smith on Mon, Jul 5 2010
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