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  • Re: Best practices - resources outside your Logos library

    It was a brilliant move for the Logos developers to include the file-linking functionality. I have used that feature quite a bit for things like taking notes on a soruce document and then keeping a link to the source document in my file archive. That’s one of those really nice, subtle touches that makes this software so delightful to use.
    Posted to General by Tom Vidal on Thu, Sep 6 2018
  • Re: Best practices - resources outside your Logos library

    That is helpful validation. Thanks for the advice. This is essentially what I've been doing thus far. Using attachment points where something is tied directly to a Bible verse, and using un-attached notes elsewhere. Most of these resources do relate to a Bible verse so this is actually useful. What I'd really also love is to be able to get the information
    Posted to General by Tom Vidal on Sun, Sep 2 2018
  • Best practices - resources outside your Logos library

    Can anybody recommend any good practices/strategies for getting information from non-Logos resources into Logos. For example, if I have a book, an article on the web, a PDF file, what is the best way to extract the notes and get them into Logos? Notes document? A single note? I've used the sermon template for some, and personal books for others. None
    Posted to General by Tom Vidal on Fri, Aug 31 2018
  • Re: One note living in multiple places

    Helpful, again. Thank you. I've played around with the new tool so far and it seems like a tremendous improvement. I especially like that it keeps a record of the tags so you can pick from a list rathe than have to remember what your tags are. Thank you, again.
    Posted to Suggestions by Tom Vidal on Thu, Aug 30 2018
  • Re: One note living in multiple places

    Reuben, quick question if you know answer or where I can find more info, I'd appreciate it. I am now in the beta, and some of my notes documents are showing up as notebooks, but not others. Is there a way to get them all in or is this just a system processing issue and they will all show up after some period of time? Thank you.
    Posted to Suggestions by Tom Vidal on Thu, Aug 30 2018
  • Re: One note living in multiple places

    This is very exciting. Thanks for posting. I just joined the bata.... without even batting an eye.
    Posted to Suggestions by Tom Vidal on Thu, Aug 30 2018
  • One note living in multiple places

    I have what I think would be a great idea for Logos that would solve an organizational problem many of us have struggled with. The issue is this: I like to take copious notes on each book of the Bible, but I also like to have notes devoted to particular topics. The problem is that when one takes notes this way, there is a often an overlap: should a
    Posted to Suggestions by Tom Vidal on Thu, Aug 30 2018
  • Re: Bug: Creating subfolders in the Favorites Tool (Mac)

    In case this helps, the exception only occurs on my machine when I am dropping a folder onto what will be a parent folder AND the parent folder's disclosure triangle is collapsed. If I move a folder onto a parent with an expanded disclosure triangle, I do not generate the exception.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Tom Vidal on Wed, Jul 18 2018
  • Re: Bug: Creating subfolders in the Favorites Tool (Mac)

    I understand you have a case to fix this. Just wanted to advise that I also am experiencing the same issue. On my machine, Logos does not crash, it just pinwheels. I have attached my log files in case that helps you track the bug. Running 7.16.0.0012 MacOS High Sierra 10.13.6 I searched the console and could not find anything that seemed related to
    Posted to Logos 7 by Tom Vidal on Wed, Jul 18 2018
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