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  • Re: CrossGrade

    From my understanding, a cross-grade gives you the new features, datasets, etc WITHOUT giving you a lot of the books. It's mostly for those who want the up-to-date functionality, but don't need to expand their library. PS - it's the option that I chose. :)
    Posted to Logos 6 by Brian Maag on Fri, Oct 31 2014
  • Linking within notes

    Hey everybody, I run a big note file called Exegesis Notes, which are all marked by Bible reference. I have some notes under Colossians 3:22. I want to put a note under Ephesians 6:5 (similar topic) that takes me directly to my Col 3:22 notes. When I tried to COPY AS URL, it only brought up the note file, not the specific location/note. Is there a way
    Posted to Logos 5 by Brian Maag on Fri, Jul 18 2014
  • Export highlights

    Is there a way to export only highlighted text in a book? I know somebody posted this 2-3 years ago, but I'm curious if this option has been included since then. Thanks! Brian
    Posted to Logos 5 by Brian Maag on Thu, May 15 2014
  • Re: Best mobile approach for a non-techie

    I should be able to purchase a minimum platform so that she can get a license, yes? Or can I get this person her own Vyrso account, so that she can read the free stuff that their site offers? Even that, plus PDFs, would be handy.
    Posted to General by Brian Maag on Wed, Apr 23 2014
  • Re: Best mobile approach for a non-techie

    PS - Wireless capability is definitely a plus, for the sake of syncing books. But this has to be something you can buy without purchasing a mobile data plan (I'm in the US). Thanks!
    Posted to General by Brian Maag on Wed, Apr 23 2014
  • Best mobile approach for a non-techie

    Good morning, I have an interesting situation in my church. I have a crazy-fast reader who loves devouring everything in my print library (and can write a summary to my toughest seminary books in a matter of just days!). I would like to get her access to my Logos library, so she can read through some of my other books and make notes, highlights, etc
    Posted to General by Brian Maag on Wed, Apr 23 2014
  • Re: Visual Filter + Highlighting not mixing well

    Hey Dave, I designed this style particularly for things like parenthetical citations, which get distracting for me after a while. My goal is to get the highlighted text to be as out-of-the-way as possible, hence the 20% size. I also use this to "minimize" Greek/Hebrew terms when I'm not studying the language (I can turn off the highlighting style when
    Posted to Logos 5 by Brian Maag on Sat, Jan 25 2014
  • Visual Filter + Highlighting not mixing well

    Background - I do a lot with visual filters that take the highlighted text and reduce it down to 20%. I do this by creating my own highlighting style (or palette, not sure which term is right) and then using a visual filter to call that particular style. Sometimes, for my purposes, I have to manually highlight the text (like the visual filter properly
    Posted to Logos 5 by Brian Maag on Sat, Jan 25 2014
  • Re: Is it possible to do a night theme in Logos?

    I'm trying out the F.lux program now. Neat concept - hopefully it will be helpful for the whole family. Only trick is, come sermon writing time, I hope it makes things easy on the eyes (which it seems to be, and makes Logos look "softer"), but I definitely DON'T want it to lull me to sleep. Otherwise I don't know what kind of sermon will result. :)
    Posted to Logos 5 by Brian Maag on Fri, Dec 6 2013
  • Is it possible to do a night theme in Logos?

    Hey everybody, I do most of my research/sermon writing at night. I would love to be able to work with a "night theme" in Logos (like many reader apps, where it makes the background black and the text white, rather than visa versa). I tried using the Win7 High Contrast themes, but this produced white text on white background. I looked through the Logos
    Posted to Logos 5 by Brian Maag on Fri, Dec 6 2013
  • Suggestion - Moving between community highlights

    It's a great feature that I can click the up/down arrows in the upper-right corner of a resource to go to previous/next article, highlight, annotation, etc. I think it would capitalize on this if there were an option to go to previous/next community highlight (the stuff that is marked as "XYZ people highlighted this"). I realize I could probably go
    Posted to Suggestions by Brian Maag on Wed, Nov 20 2013
  • Re: Link set not working with OpenText.org Clauses

    Dave, I think I found where the problem was located. If I have the Bible and the OpenText (or AFAT) in two SEPARATE panels (i.e. so that I can see them at the same time), it works perfectly. Follows and moves as expected. I'm guessing that when you tested it on your computer, this is the way you had it laid out? If the Bible and the OpenText are two
    Posted to Logos 5 by Brian Maag on Wed, Oct 9 2013
  • Re: Link set not working with OpenText.org Clauses

    Dave, I have Win7 and Logos 5.1b SR-1. The linking isn't so much the problem. The Scripture box adjusts accordingly, telling me the link set is functioning fine. It's getting the OpenText and AFAT to actually go the text that's in the Scripture box - therein lies the problem.
    Posted to Logos 5 by Brian Maag on Wed, Oct 9 2013
  • BUG: Link set not working with OpenText.org Clauses

    I have my NRSV linked to my OpenText resource when I'm working on diagrams. When I move the NRSV, the Scripture box in the OpenText shows the same passage (as I would expect), but the OpenText does not move to the appropriate passage. I click in the Scripture box of OpenText and hit ENTER, and it still does not move. The only way for me to adjust the
    Posted to Logos 5 by Brian Maag on Tue, Oct 8 2013
  • Re: Am I missing something with a shortcut?

    Tom, Yes, I am getting the same thing where it opens my word processor and then pastes. I reloaded my layout and got it to work properly once (highlight w/out the copy/paste). Sure enough, the next time I tried to highlight, it opened Word and pasted, etc. I got an email that Mark Barnes replied, but can't see his response (except in my email). Mark
    Posted to Logos 5 by Brian Maag on Thu, Sep 19 2013
  • Am I missing something with a shortcut?

    Good morning, For the longest time, I have used "P" as a shortcut for my purple highlighter (select text, hit "P", it highlights). Recently, when I highlight something and hit "P", it does the copy/paste of my Bible passage. I do keep the Copy Bible Verses window open normally. If I close it, apparently it only does the highlighting (as I desire). I
    Posted to Logos 5 by Brian Maag on Thu, Sep 19 2013
  • Re: 5.1a SR-1 (5.1.1.0600) available for download

    I had a similar problem this afternoon. Re-downloaded the installation files (linked at the start of thread) and that seemed to do the trick. I think my update had gotten hung up in the middle of a memory dump. PTL it's working - I have a sermon to write!! :) Brian
    Posted to Logos 5 by Brian Maag on Fri, Sep 6 2013
  • dragging/dropping to notes

    A few weeks ago, I used to be able to drag content from my clippings file straight into my notes (set on SPLIT view). Now, when I try to do the same drag/drop, it gives me the circle w/ slash and won't let me do it. Only way to move the information is to cut/paste. While this isn't horribly inconvenient, I do this a lot, and really like the drag/drop
    Posted to Logos 5 by Brian Maag on Mon, Jul 15 2013
  • Re: book recommendation - practical textual cricitism?

    [quote user="Danny Parker"] As a pastor: 3) When dealing with especially difficult passages, what are the text options? Can some of these options shed light on the problem? [/quote] I believe this option gives the clearest phrasing of what I'm trying to accomplish with the original post. When push comes to shove, my study is focused on sermon prep.
    Posted to Logos 5 by Brian Maag on Sat, Mar 30 2013
  • book recommendation - practical textual cricitism?

    Hey everybody, Can anybody recommend a decent one-volume on practical textual criticism? I'm not so much looking for the history, but more for "here's a lot of examples on how to recognize/work through textual issues". Knowing books that aren't very good at this would be helpful, too. Books that don't cost $200 is a plus, as well. :) Thank you! Brian
    Posted to Logos 5 by Brian Maag on Fri, Mar 22 2013
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