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  • Re: Trouble with the NA28 Info

    Indeed, with LLS:NA28
2016-06-03T16:37:36Z
NA28.logos4 the problem is solved, glad you guys did it rapidly. rgds Anton
    Posted to Logos 6 by Anton on Sat, Jun 4 2016
  • Re: Hover Over Greek/Hebrew for English gloss not working

    The information tool is helpful during the period it takes to have this fixed
    Posted to General by Anton on Thu, Jun 2 2016
  • Re: Hover Over Greek/Hebrew for English gloss not working

    Hi, Since LLS:NA28
2016-05-25T14:36:43Z
NA28.logos4 is installed on my PC the English glosses are missing. Right one week before my Greek exam... :| Now changed to UBS4 in order to see the glosses but really looking forward to get the glosses fixed in NA28 (non critical apparatus)
    Posted to General by Anton on Wed, Jun 1 2016
  • Re: Exegetical guide settings (word by word settings) disappear, back to defaults

    Hi Graham, thanks you for the quick answers. Resetting the favorite translation is solved (indeed prioritising did the trick). Let's see when someone fixes the problem of Logos wreckin' the applied word by word settings. As it is already known for so long wonder why this in't fixed already.
    Posted to Logos 6 by Anton on Sat, Oct 10 2015
  • Exegetical guide settings (word by word settings) disappear, back to defaults

    Hi, When i change settings (show all words, all parts) Logos does show everything in the word by word section but after a while (i.e. after reading in other tabs) these settings are suddenly put back to their default values. Evan so the translation (ESV as default). I changed it many times to NASB95 (more literal) but this change is discarded, simply
    Posted to Logos 6 by Anton on Sat, Oct 10 2015
  • Re: Dutch Marketing Specialist

    Hi Hans, I've searched the internet and contacted Jongbloed for a NBV/HSV for years now and i'm kinda fed up with it. Few weeks ago i created these myself (Logos Personal Books). Both NBV and HSV have footnotes, annotations and so on. Works as a charm. Has to do something with Moses, coming to and Mountain (or alike connotation ;-) Indeed it is hardly
    Posted to Nederlands by Anton on Thu, Apr 16 2015
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