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  • Clause Participants search example failing

    From this week's "Logos Bible Study Tips" video , the BWS Clause Participants section for πλανάω worked for me: so I presume I have the required dataset. Any guesses, then, as to why the video's search example would return "0 results" for me? I'm using Verbum 7.11.0.33 with the L7 Starter Feature Set, and I have Clause Search
    Posted to Logos 7 by Pete De Bonte on Fri, Dec 15 2017
  • Re: Logos 7 Essential Upgrades

    Why can't I add these to a wish list?
    Posted to General by Pete De Bonte on Fri, Nov 24 2017
  • Re: Hebrew word for "These" question

    To apply a lesson from Learn to Use…, do you have Louw-Nida? I heard you saying that you clicked on the Strongs number, and didn't see the LN row active in the reverse interlinear line in your video; however, when DBL opened, I did see that it suggested a range of meaning (LN 12.1-12.42). Might it be worth considering which particular LN#/meaning
    Posted to Learn to Use Biblical Greek and Hebrew by Pete De Bonte on Wed, Jun 7 2017
  • Re: Discourse dataset and documentation

    [quote user="PetahChristian"]I'd even suggest that everyone should get all documentation, even if they don't own a feature, tool, or dataset. It could be helpful (and generate more sales for people who aren't LN subscribers) while searching to discover that there is a way (feature or tool) to accomplish something they want to do![/quote]
    Posted to Logos.com by Pete De Bonte on Wed, Apr 12 2017
  • Re: Lexham High Definition Old and New Testaments

    Maybe there is hope that the smaller HD bundles might return, as Steve Runge posted today: [quote user="Steve Runge"] I think it was an inadvertent thing that some of the old bundles went away when the new version was released, it's on my "to do" list this week to check that out. — https://faithlife.com/posts/732203 [/quote]
    Posted to Logos 6 by Pete De Bonte on Tue, Nov 1 2016
  • Re: Passage-Specific vocabulary list

    The OP was requesting a feature that now exists: https://www.logos.com/product/55916/readers-edition-interlinear Gary: I'm glad NB.Mick was able to help you, but it's better to create new threads for new topics, e.g. select the Logos 7 forum and click "Write a New Post" : )
    Posted to Learn to Use Biblical Greek and Hebrew by Pete De Bonte on Sat, Oct 8 2016
  • Re: Only Permanent Licenses Showing in Library

    [quote user="Erwin Stull, Sr."]I don't believe that we as end users were experiencing any immediate detrimental effects from this[/quote] I also had the permanent-temporary problem, but now I've lost a couple of permanent licenses that I've had for a long time. [quote user="Robert M. Warren"] I have Now and see only one Temporary license, Daily Help
    Posted to General by Pete De Bonte on Wed, Jul 20 2016
  • Re: How do I easiy restore the Greek pronunciation

    [quote user="Vicki Park"]I have to delete the row and then go through the process of inserting the word into my list again.[/quote] That's all I've found to recover from this problem, too. I'm using Verbum 6.13.0.0020, and I've tried Undo, resorting the list on various columns (the Audio column being the most interesting), even closing and reopening
    Posted to Logos 6 by Pete De Bonte on Sun, Jul 17 2016
  • Re: Chinese Bronze Base Package - Pre-Pub :-)

    [quote user="LimJK"]the CUV Text (now known as RCU) for the RVI is now included at no additional cost[/quote] Actually, it says that although the list price won't change, your dynamic price may increase slightly. I'm of course just one example, but I have about a 45% discount on it, and my price increased by only 64¢. So on the one hand, it seems a
    Posted to General by Pete De Bonte on Thu, Jul 7 2016
  • Re: Searching forums doesn't work

    DIAGNOSIS : I've discovered evidence that the failing searches may be ones containing particular bad post(s)/record(s), as if I today repeat a search that failed for me earlier in the week: It initially succeeds, providing 1 page of search results. The error returns when I click "Next >" (or '2') at the bottom of the page, to get the second page of
    Posted to General by Pete De Bonte on Sat, Jun 11 2016
  • Re: Searching forums doesn't work

    [quote user="David Ames"]site:community.logos.com "Searching forums"[/quote] But the Logos forum search provides additional features, e.g. sorting the results with most recent first, (although Google can at least limit its search results to the past 24hrs by adding " &tbs=qdr:d" to the search URL; or, after searching, clicking on "Search Tools" and
    Posted to General by Pete De Bonte on Wed, Jun 8 2016
  • Re: Searching forums doesn't work

    Received a reply from the Faithlife Support Dept, including: [quote] This is a known problem with our forums and our team is actively working on improving and fixing problems like this.[/quote] The "like this" part seems to shed doubt on whether this particular problem will be fixed, but I guess we'll see. : >
    Posted to General by Pete De Bonte on Wed, Jun 8 2016
  • Re: Searching forums doesn't work

    It is still broken for me in both Chrome and Firefox, and has been broken for me since at least yesterday (and maybe longer: I don't recall exactly). I contacted customer service about this via e-mail, shortly before I found this forum thread
    Posted to General by Pete De Bonte on Wed, Jun 8 2016
  • Re: Choose one free book of six

    [quote user="Ronald Quick"]I'm stuck between deciding between the Lexham Genesis Guide and Moulton's Vocabulary. Any recommendations[/quote] I was too, but then I got both: I initially gladly accepted M-M, due to a discussion from about a year ago . The recommendation came back as Platinum, which is way beyond my price range/interest. In the process
    Posted to General by Pete De Bonte on Sat, Apr 16 2016
  • Re: Learning Logos - Mobile Ed Products

    [quote user="Jack Caviness"][In LA151, "Learn To Use Hebrew…"] Dr Heiser encourages dependence on the crutch of the interlinear…. I have only completed about 1/3 of the segments; hopefully this will change later in the course.[/quote] I doubt it will become less emphasized, as both near the beginning (§4) and near the end (§158), Dr Heiser describes
    Posted to General by Pete De Bonte on Fri, Dec 18 2015
  • Re: Personal benefits of "Learn to Use Biblical Greek…"

    [quote user="John Fidel"]how do you understand when different English translations differ significantly in the translation?[/quote] Thanks John! One of Johnny's stated goals for LA161 is: "…recognize why English translations disagree, even those that are considered literal translations." Perhaps I overlooked that, having already gained it from my past
    Posted to Learn to Use Biblical Greek and Hebrew by Pete De Bonte on Fri, Dec 18 2015
  • Re: Personal benefits of "Learn to Use Biblical Greek…"

    [quote user="James Taylor"]I thoroughly benefited from the DVDs and ended up purchasing the new Mobile Ed format as well, in hopes of gleaning even more from the newly added content.[/quote] Hmm, I'd be interested in hearing in what (if any) significant insights the old courses may have had that might not have made it into the new courses. [quote user
    Posted to Learn to Use Biblical Greek and Hebrew by Pete De Bonte on Fri, Dec 18 2015
  • Personal benefits of "Learn to Use Biblical Greek…"

    I took a few semesters of Greek years ago, and was excited by the claim that "Learn to Use…" would prioritize practical use, hoping that this course might finally help me understand why my Greek studies were useful. However, I'm still feeling that contrasting parallel English translations seems to provide similar benefits (e.g. range of meaning), and
    Posted to Learn to Use Biblical Greek and Hebrew by Pete De Bonte on Thu, Dec 17 2015
  • Re: DEAL: "Luther's Christmas Tree" for $1

    [quote user="Mark"][quote user="Bradley Grainger (Faithlife)"]…we consistently recommend: Bid the most you would pay.[/quote]FL has been consistent with this advice.[/quote]Not completely consistent. Phil Gons' A Bidding Strategy for Community Pricing suggests: "Never bid the lowest price. Don’t even bid the highest price that you think you’d be willing
    Posted to General by Pete De Bonte on Tue, Nov 24 2015
  • Re: DEAL: "Luther's Christmas Tree" for $1

    [quote user="Bradley Grainger (Faithlife)"]If the resource cost $10,000 and 10,000 bid $2, then the bid graph would show 100% at the $1 price point (10,000 x $1 = $10,000 = 100%) and 200% at the $2 price point (10,000 x $2 = $20,000 = 200%).… Even if 10,000 people bid $10 for this title, we would still charge each bidder only $1 because it's the lowest
    Posted to General by Pete De Bonte on Mon, Nov 23 2015
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