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  • Re: Favorite Wordsearch Features

    [quote user="Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :)"]can save Text Comparisons in Favorites[/quote] That's an interesting workaround. I can see where that could come in handy - thank you. [quote user="Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :)"]Curious about screen shot(s) showing WS Parallel Bible tool and selection management. [/quote] #1: Column Mode, with 4 Bibles (this view becomes
    Posted to Wordsearch Bible Software by John W Gillis on Mon, Jan 18 2021
  • Re: Status of your Wordsearch Library

    [quote user="Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :)"] Lexicon Links visual filter[/quote] Thanks!
    Posted to Wordsearch Bible Software by John W Gillis on Sun, Jan 17 2021
  • Re: Favorite Wordsearch Features

    [quote user="Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :)"]Please share what task(s) are quicker in WS.[/quote] I'd say most tasks associated with comparing the way different versions translate a passage or verse are considerably quicker and easier in Wordsearch. The WS Parallel Bible tool is I think a little easier on the eyes compared to the Text Comparison tool, but
    Posted to Wordsearch Bible Software by John W Gillis on Sun, Jan 17 2021
  • Re: Status of your Wordsearch Library

    [quote user="Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :)"]For grins, ...[/quote] Friend, looking closely at your screenshot, you appear to have Strong's numbers in green text, TWOT in orange test, and G?K in red text. I'm guessing you do this using Visual Filters, but cannot figure out how you accomplished it. Would you mind sharing?
    Posted to Wordsearch Bible Software by John W Gillis on Sat, Jan 16 2021
  • Re: Index of Bible Studies

    Thank you Richard, manually registering verbum.exe did the trick. BTW, your path/naming assumptions for Verbum were correct.
    Posted to Files by John W Gillis on Wed, Jan 13 2021
  • Re: Index of Bible Studies

    Richard, does this very cool utility support Verbum? I'm getting an error message (running Verbum) that Logos is not running: ************** Exception Text ************** System.InvalidCastException: Unable to cast COM object of type 'System.__ComObject' to interface type 'Logos4Lib.LogosLauncher'. This operation failed because the QueryInterface call
    Posted to Files by John W Gillis on Tue, Jan 12 2021
  • Re: Favorite Wordsearch Features

    [quote user="Phil Gons (Faithlife)"]What are your favorite Wordsearch features? What would you like to see us add to or improve in Logos?[/quote] Now that my old resources are (mostly) over into Logos, arguably the biggest thing I miss from Wordsearch is the the verse picker navigation control on Bibles and other resources with Bible indexes. You could
    Posted to Wordsearch Bible Software by John W Gillis on Sun, Jan 10 2021
  • Re: What are your Top 5 Bible Translations in 2021 and why?

    [quote user="Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :)"]Thankful for MEV now having Reverse Interlinears[/quote] Wow! That's wonderful! I hadn't noticed that in my library. I really liked the MEV when it came out, and even bought into another Bible Study program to get an electronic copy of it in probably 2014 or so, before Logos had it. Now that it has an RI, I'd have
    Posted to General by John W Gillis on Fri, Jan 8 2021
  • Re: WORDSearch not working

    I updated my iPad to 14.3 and tried again with the same poor results. I wonder if the Wordsearch app has arrived at the end of the line earlier than maybe expected?
    Posted to Wordsearch Bible Software by John W Gillis on Fri, Jan 8 2021
  • Re: WORDSearch not working

    I just re-installed on my 14.2 iPad Pro, and the app is unusable.
    Posted to Wordsearch Bible Software by John W Gillis on Thu, Jan 7 2021
  • Re: What are your Top 5 Bible Translations in 2021 and why?

    [quote user="P A"]What are your Top 5 Bible Translations in 2021 and why?[/quote] RSV-2CE (go-to Bible since it got an RI in Logos) RNJB (To get more familiar with it. Print-only. Newly published in 2019. The JB/NJB reimagined as a formal equivalence text! It's fantastic!) ESV-CE (Re-visit this translation now that it has Deuterocanonicals to see if
    Posted to General by John W Gillis on Wed, Jan 6 2021
  • Re: Complete Biblical Library

    [quote user="David Ames"]I do not see what was in "the complete biblical library"[/quote] As published in print, this was a 39-volume, two-set opus (17 vol NT set; 22 vol OT set), broken out as follows: Harmony of the Gospels (1 vol) New Testament Study Bible (9 vols) New Testament Greek-English Dictionary (6 vols) Introduction to Greek Grammar &
    Posted to Wordsearch Bible Software by John W Gillis on Sun, Jan 3 2021
  • Re: Wordsearch sign in

    What a "Wordsearch" type of problem! It looks like WS12 does not give you any way to manage your profile from within the application. Short of uninstalling and reinstalling from scratch (which should work), you should be able to do this by manipulating your user profile folder on the PC. Assuming you don't know where that is, from inside Wordsearch
    Posted to Wordsearch Bible Software by John W Gillis on Sun, Dec 27 2020
  • Re: Pre pub: Kenrick's Translation of the Vulgate

    [quote user="David Ames"]RE: "translate" the Challoner English into English,[/quote] David, my point about "translating" the Challoner was not that the Challoner (or Douay) was not in need of updating to contemporary (at the time) English, but that it was not the object of translation. Kenrick would not have looked at the Challoner and said to himself
    Posted to General by John W Gillis on Wed, Dec 23 2020
  • Re: Pre pub: Kenrick's Translation of the Vulgate

    There's not a conflict between those claims. Kenrick's Bible was a revision of the Challoner revision of the Douay-Rheims translation of the Vulgate. Challoner's was the standard English text at the time, so he used it as a basis. He didn't "translate" the Challoner English into English, he revised it, based on his translation of primarily the Vulgate
    Posted to General by John W Gillis on Tue, Dec 22 2020
  • Re: The Catholic Encyclopedia

    [quote user="Donald Antenen (Faithlife)"]all who purchased it in Verbum 9 packages[/quote] FWIW - I have not received this, and I've purchased both Verbum 9 Gold and Verbum 9 Academic Professional. This is not a complaint - I've waited about 10 years for this resource, I can wait a few extra days - but if the logic is supposed to be pushing this down
    Posted to Catholic Products by John W Gillis on Mon, Dec 21 2020
  • Re: WS to Logos Transition But Books not same??

    [quote user="Bradley Grainger (Faithlife)"]Can you provide more details on how they don't seem to be the same?[/quote] Bradley: Clearly, Logos decided to publish the POSB volumes in a manner that closely matched the print edition, whereas the other electronic publishers elected to move the Outline content out into distinct volumes from the Commentary
    Posted to Wordsearch Bible Software by John W Gillis on Sun, Dec 6 2020
  • Re: Catholic Denominational Groupings in Verbum 9 Passage Guide Commentaries section

    I did a quick look thru the NT in the Passage Guide and found a few more Catholic entries coming up as undefined: Thomas Aquinas' Commentaries on St Matthew and St John The Collegeville Commentary (original, by Bergant/Karris, eds.) Edward Sri,: Mystery of the Kingdom: On the Gospel of Matthew. Albert Vanhoye: A Different Priest: The Letter to the Hebrews
    Posted to Catholic Products by John W Gillis on Wed, Dec 2 2020
  • Re: New Wordsearch books being added to Logos

    I saw a bunch of new Wordsearch titles download tonight - thanks! - and note that they are mostly still epubs or Logos Reader editions, so obviously still WIP. However, the AMG Comprehensive Dictionaries of Old Testament & New Testament Words came across classified as Dictionaries, in Logos Research editions. Are these being considered complete
    Posted to Wordsearch Bible Software by John W Gillis on Tue, Dec 1 2020
  • Re: New Testament Authors

    [quote user="Kevin S. Coy"]an asterisk explaining that Catholics do not believe Jesus had any brothers[/quote] But this is not an accurate statement. It is an article of faith that Mary is Ever-Virgin, but that is not the same thing as saying that Jesus had (or has) no brothers. There are a couple long-competing theories as to the specific character
    Posted to Catholic Products by John W Gillis on Thu, Nov 19 2020
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