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  • [Bug Report] Reading reminder forces use of AM times

    Whenever I try to set the time for a reading reminder to a PM time, it always gets changed back to a AM time after leaving that screen.
    Posted to Android Apps by Tim Lewis on Wed, Sep 28 2016
  • Re: [Feature Request] Make Biblia links open the app to the reference

    Is there any way for me to query the ref.ly APIApiself? That is, through JavaScript or done such thing? The closest thing I see is in the Biblical API documentation for the tag function the response is a ref.ly link on an HTML tag, but I don't see any way to get just the link. This seems like it would be the simplest thing to do, but I'm not seeing
    Posted to Android Apps by Tim Lewis on Thu, Jun 9 2016
  • Re: [Feature Request] Make Biblia links open the app to the reference

    Nice! Thanks!
    Posted to Android Apps by Tim Lewis on Thu, Jun 9 2016
  • [Feature Request] Jump to reference in separate pane

    Whenever a citation is opened and a reference selected, there is always an option to "Jump to reference" in the pop-up. However, most of the time, I want to be able to compare the verse I just jumped to with the verse I was just looking at. Therefore, it would be most convenient to have the destination reference open in the second pane.
    Posted to Android Apps by Tim Lewis on Thu, Jun 9 2016
  • [Feature Request] Treat references in notes like references in native citations

    Whenever citations (i.e. the blue letters in the photo below) include Bible references, they are linked to that reference so that you can tap the reference and see that passage in a pop-up which then has a link to navigate to that reference. I would like to have the same convenience with notes I've created. I wouldn't think this would be too difficult
    Posted to Android Apps by Tim Lewis on Thu, Jun 9 2016
  • [Feature Request] Make Biblia links open the app to the reference

    I regularly use links to verses on Biblia's site to reference Bible verses in Google Docs and other places. I also prefer to use the Logos Bible app rather than the mobile Biblia page to read the Bible on my phone. Therefore, I would like to be able to use links to Biblia's site to navigate to that reference in the Logos Bible app. Additionally, it
    Posted to Android Apps by Tim Lewis on Thu, Jun 9 2016
  • Re: Logos for a layman

    [quote user="JAL"]Who's paying for the infrastructure that allows you to sync?[/quote] That's kind of the whole point of the freemium business model. The entry level is free to get people in the door. Then it costs significant amounts of money to do anything more than the entry level. For example, a mobile app that costs more than $5 is generally considered
    Posted to General by Tim Lewis on Thu, Jan 21 2016
  • Re: Logos for a layman

    [quote user="NB.Mick"]If someone likes another bible best, they should be willing to spend the - usually small - amount to add that to their library.[/quote] But the KJV is already in my library. I have it downloaded on my phone, and have made extensive notes and highlights in it. I'm not sure how this is not considered "in my library". And since it
    Posted to General by Tim Lewis on Wed, Jan 20 2016
  • Re: Logos for a layman

    [quote user="Jan Krohn"]About 95% of all resources that you purchase (for $0 or at cost) is available both on mobile and desktop without additional cost.[/quote] So basically, all of them except the KJV. Nice.
    Posted to General by Tim Lewis on Wed, Jan 20 2016
  • Re: Logos for a layman

    [quote user="Matthew"]Resources that have not been purchased cannot be downloaded on mobile devices for offline access and are not available at all on the desktop. Of course, resources that have been purchased (and thus are actually part of your library) can be downloaded on mobile and are also available on the desktop.[/quote] I have the KJV Bible
    Posted to General by Tim Lewis on Wed, Jan 20 2016
  • Re: Logos for a layman

    [quote user="James McAdams"]The Pegasus bundles are huge - you'll get well over 62 resources from them! You might not be interested in the content, of course, but that's the bulk of what I was referring to in my post - I've not looked at the numbers, though, in fairness - just said that off the top of my head.[/quote] Ah, I see. It just seems like it
    Posted to General by Tim Lewis on Wed, Jan 20 2016
  • Re: Logos for a layman

    [quote user="Roy"] Tim, First let me say that I share a number of your frustrations. I also fealt (notice the past tense) the same concerning at least the KJV. I too am a user of the free desktop engine (actually right now I have the LOGOS Colud for a year). I use that to read the books used in the Berean School of the Bible program (Those books are
    Posted to General by Tim Lewis on Wed, Jan 20 2016
  • Re: Logos for a layman

    [quote user="Erwin Stull, Sr."] Look at it another way. It's true that the KJV is in public domain and free to download for many of us, but that public domain status is for the Bible only, with no special integration features. You can even get a free KJV in paper or leather in many cases, but you will not get the premium leather, fancy case, or initials
    Posted to General by Tim Lewis on Wed, Jan 20 2016
  • Re: Logos for a layman

    [quote user="James McAdams"]You can get a few thousand resources for free here , including the Lexham English Bible.[/quote] Actually, that's even more frustrating. They are giving away 62 (which is much less than "a few thousand", by the way) resources that would normally cost money, but one resource that costs them nothing they are charging $10 for
    Posted to General by Tim Lewis on Wed, Jan 20 2016
  • Re: Logos for a layman

    [quote user="Mark Barnes"] Logos have chosen to provide a few Bibles for free for download on desktop, but not the KJV. [/quote] No, actually, there are no Bibles provided for free download on the desktop. The closest thing is the Faithlife Study Bible notes, but that's just the notes, not the actual Bible text. Of all things to provide for free download
    Posted to General by Tim Lewis on Wed, Jan 20 2016
  • Re: Logos for a layman

    [quote user="Graham Criddle"] This is a licensing constraint - Faithlife are able to provide free online access to certain resources (which is why they are available on biblia and in the mobile apps - but you will see you can't download them into the mobile app) but not for resources which are downloaded to your device as they are in the desktop application
    Posted to General by Tim Lewis on Wed, Jan 20 2016
  • Logos for a layman

    I am just a layman who is interested in using the best tools available to study the Bible. The only resource I really need from the Starter package is the KJV Bible (which is where I have done quite a bit of highlighting and note-taking from the app), and if everything else were cut out and just the core Bible study tools were included, I would be fine
    Posted to General by Tim Lewis on Wed, Jan 20 2016
  • Re: How do I get Bible text in this specific format?

    First, let me mention that I don't own the Logos software. I'm just trying to use their API to import the text of Bible verses into a Google Doc. For that reason, it is somewhat surprising to me to see that the syntax for the Quotation style is using the Header and Footer to prepend and append the custom text to the verse. When I do that, the header
    Posted to Biblia.com API by Tim Lewis on Thu, Jan 7 2016
  • How do I get Bible text in this specific format?

    I am trying to get the text of a passage from the API in the following format: "[VerseText]" %20 ([FullPassageRef]) Here is what I've tried so far: Using style=quotation gets very close to what I would like, but I'd like to remove the version from the citation. Using this with the eachVerse= "[VerseText]" %20 ([FullPassageRef]) doesn't work because
    Posted to Biblia.com API by Tim Lewis on Wed, Dec 23 2015
  • Re: How do I edit a note that isn't attached to a reference?

    That's a decent workaround, but I still want the ability to do those things from the app. I don't want to have to wait till I get home to do that, especially since by then I will have probably forgotten. Furthermore, if all I'm doing on the desktop is tweaking my notes, it seems like a fairly big waste of space. I don't even have access to the resources
    Posted to Android Apps by Tim Lewis on Thu, Apr 9 2015
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