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  • Re: my speed test for Bible passage in L4 thinking of going back to L3

    I would say get a new laptop, if you can. All the resources in the world will not do you any good if you can't use them. The frustration of trying to use a program with an under powered machine will just ware on you over time. Or, stay with L3. The L3 is an awesome program in its own right. I plan on keeping it installed for a long time. Even if I don
    Posted to Logos 4 by Daniel R. Smith on Mon, Jan 18 2010
  • Create a Forum for the Bible Study Magazine

    It would be nice to have an online forum or blog to interact with some of the articles from the magazine. Somewhere to agree, disagree, add to, or just comment. I have wanted to express all of these on occasion. I know that not all articles can be posted for discussion, but perhaps a select few? I would even suggest that the "Post threads" be limited
    Posted to Suggestions by Daniel R. Smith on Sun, Jan 17 2010
  • Re: how fast does your Windows laptop load Logos 4? can you time it and post?

    Yep, Keith, that be the culprit! I've brought this up in another thread, I really with that they would just had a function to the sync button to turn it into a manual function. This would speed the program up, and still allow syncing. I bet it frustrates the programmers when some was says things like that. "I wish the would just add...". I'm sure that
    Posted to General by Daniel R. Smith on Fri, Jan 8 2010
  • Re: how fast does your Windows laptop load Logos 4? can you time it and post?

    My Chevy Truck goes from 0 to 60 in 6.7 secs. flat. It can pull 12,000 lbs. Seats 5. I just couldn't resist.
    Posted to General by Daniel R. Smith on Fri, Jan 8 2010
  • Re: Bible Study

    Wow, our Men's Bible Study group is about to start a study on these same books! Perhaps we can correspond some time?
    Posted to Logos 4 by Daniel R. Smith on Thu, Jan 7 2010
  • Re: Feature Suggestion: Turn Auto-Synchronizing On/Off

    Jack, it's really a quick, minor little pause. But it does destract me now and again. I'm easily destracted, and can loose my focuse while studying. Hence, I want to turn it off.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Daniel R. Smith on Sat, Jan 2 2010
  • Re: Feature Suggestion: Turn Auto-Synchronizing On/Off

    Well friends, I understand your points about auto sync. I would just rather not have it. I use AutoCAD for a living, and have turned off the auto back up feature. I did the same for MS Word. In fact, as soon as I notice a program that has this feature, it is one of the things that I will immediately disable. I'm a rebel that way. I want to make the
    Posted to Logos 4 by Daniel R. Smith on Sat, Jan 2 2010
  • Re: Feature Suggestion: Turn Auto-Synchronizing On/Off

    I think what Michael is asking, and this is something that I would also love, is the ability to hit a sync button when I want to. Just put that icon up there with the two arrow circling eachother, but disable the auto sync. That way, when I'm done with my study session, I can hit the icon, update, and be done, without the pause that auto sync can cuase
    Posted to Logos 4 by Daniel R. Smith on Sat, Jan 2 2010
  • Re: Updates in Logos 4

    What about adding it to the home page of the program? The main reason I want to know what is updated, is to check out the functionality of what is likely to be a new aspect of the program. It would be a shame to have something updated, like the ability to customize something or the knowledge that a bug has been fixed, but not even know. Maybe you won
    Posted to Logos 4 by Daniel R. Smith on Thu, Dec 24 2009
  • Re: Logos 4 and Large Updates - back to 3 for me!

    that should read, "the user WOULDN'T be able to choose which features..."
    Posted to Logos 4 by Daniel R. Smith on Wed, Dec 23 2009
  • Re: Logos 4 and Large Updates - back to 3 for me!

    Bob, it seems that you still need to consider one of his points, what if he just wants to buy a resource and download it? Well, I guess I can see the problem, though. I actually saw your reasons coming. However, why can't you implament something that would state what the download will entail, and let the user decide if it is worth the time/money to
    Posted to Logos 4 by Daniel R. Smith on Wed, Dec 23 2009
  • Re: OT-PC processors

    This all got me to thinking about my journey through PC's and Logos. In the early to mid 90s, I had a Packard Bell with window 3.11 and 500 mb of hardrive runing Logos1.6. It worked great on it. Then my wife upgraded my Logos to Logos 2.0. And that led to... ...a new PC with a Pentium 2 processor and about 20 gigs of hardrive. Logos 2.0 ran great on
    Posted to Logos 4 by Daniel R. Smith on Sat, Dec 12 2009
  • Re: OT-PC processors

    Thanks guys! This is what I figured, but didn't know for sure. Great advise. I'm looking forward to being able to take the program through its paces. I'm injoying it on my 5 year old Dell Inpiron 6000. Blessings one and all.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Daniel R. Smith on Sat, Dec 12 2009
  • OT-PC processors

    Hi all. I have searched the forums, and I may have missed it somewhere, but I can't find any specific information on processors. My Laptop is failing, and I would like to purchase a new one, the Lord willing, soon. I have noticed good deals with "AMD Turion™X2 Dual-Core RM-74 (2.2GHz / 1MB)" and the like. My question is two-fold: 1) I've noticed that
    Posted to Logos 4 by Daniel R. Smith on Sat, Dec 12 2009
  • Re: Took the Plunge a purchased Logos Portfolio

    Something else that seems to speed things up for me: go to tools: program settings: and change the box to "no" at "use internet". This stops your program from syncing online. While I really like the syncing, I would rather have the option to just click the syncing icon when I choose, and not have it slow the program when it does its thing automatically
    Posted to Logos 4 by Daniel R. Smith on Wed, Nov 11 2009
  • Re: Ray Stedman

    Thank you very much, Ted and George, for your time with the book lists! Also, to stay on topic, I have long enjoyed Ray Stedman. In particular, his sermons on the book of Acts. So, I too would love to see his works in Logos. It is by God's grace that I am learning to listen to various teachers with whom I don't agree with on one topic or another, and
    Posted to Suggestions by Daniel R. Smith on Mon, Aug 31 2009
  • Re: Ray Stedman

    The Biblical camp is the Historic Premillennial, post tribulation rapture with a Covenant theology Hermeneutic. Ted Thanks Ted. Now I just need to "bone up" on Covenant Theology. Any suggestions for authors? And I appreciate your imput also, George. I am really enjoying the exchange between you two, and wouldn't mind joining. However, I sure that this
    Posted to Suggestions by Daniel R. Smith on Mon, Aug 31 2009
  • Re: Ray Stedman

    Okay, I have a question. First, I have been "raised" in the church as a dispensationalist. I have begun to change that view as my view of a pre-tribulational rapture has been changed. I believe in a premallianal post tribulation rapture. I am now struggling to discover which "camp" I most fit: progressive dispenstional, covenantal, or what? Or there
    Posted to Suggestions by Daniel R. Smith on Mon, Aug 31 2009
  • Re: OT: Ezra Nehemiah background.

    Thanks guys.
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Daniel R. Smith on Fri, Aug 14 2009
  • OT: Ezra Nehemiah background.

    Hi Brothers and Sisters, I thought that I would seek your advise/recommendation. Our Men's Bible study will be studying the books of Ezra and Nehemiah. I will be preparing most of the written lessons, and would like to do as much research into the background as possible. I have determined to read 1 Samuel to Nehemiah and the prophets that are related
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Daniel R. Smith on Mon, Aug 10 2009
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