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  • Re: From Customer to Logos Employee

    Congrats to you Joe, and congrats to you John!
    Posted to Logos 4 by Tim Lord on Thu, Feb 4 2010
  • Re: What is Behemoth??

    I say that as our understanding grows when it comes to difficult passages of the Bible, we should be willing to adjust our interpretive framework, where it may be needed, and with that, please revv up your Logos Bible software and check out this article by Mortenson in The Master’s Seminary Journal 18/1 (Spring 2007): 69-98 . You can purchase Volume
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Tim Lord on Mon, Feb 1 2010
  • Logos book request: “The Pre-Wrath Rapture of the Church”, by Marvin J. Rosenthal

    Marvin J. Rosenthal “The Pre-Wrath Rapture of the Church” ( Click here for Amazon link ) Pub.: Thomas Nelson, ISBN: 0840731604
    Posted to Suggestions by Tim Lord on Sat, Jan 30 2010
  • Re: Support for Kindle DX - or any other ereaders

    David, I think you should take a look at the new Apple iPad. Reports in the news media tell us that the screen is clear and bright, and it certainly has the uncluttered look you desire. I heard that the weight is only 1 1/2 pounds, too. Maybe it will be a "Kindle killer". I did hear that Apple is selling ebooks for it. And there have been a number of
    Posted to General by Tim Lord on Wed, Jan 27 2010
  • Re: Support for Kindle DX - or any other ereaders

    In the mean time, I would strongly advise you to consider upgrading your monitor from the old VGA standard to one of the newer high resolution LCD flat panel monitors. There is just no comparison between the old VGA CRT monitors and the new LCD monitors. The contrast and screen resolution is far superior, which helps reduce eyesight strain. Prices have
    Posted to General by Tim Lord on Wed, Jan 27 2010
  • Re: This was embarassing....not having a simple answer to a simple question...no timeline..

    Biblical timelines are helpful, but quite challenging to get accurate. I think this is the answer to the question as to why we do not have Logos timelines for the oldest chronogenealogies, though we do have some Logos timelines for latter chronogenealogies in the history of Israel, as has been pointed out here in this discussion. For example, take a
    Posted to Logos 4 by Tim Lord on Tue, Jan 26 2010
  • Broken Links to Page Scans for "Understanding Theology" Pre-Pub Offer (all volumes)

    Just an alert to Logos that the page scan links do not appear to be working for any of the three titles in this pre-pub series ( http://www.logos.com/products/prepub/details/5926 )
    Posted to General by Tim Lord on Fri, Jan 22 2010
  • Re: Logos 4 via a Web Browser: Yet Another Beta

    Over time, web access to one's library should become more and more like what we have in the desktop version (as far as featuires and capabilities go). A good analogy to the Logos 4 situation is the Outlook e-mail client for Exchange server access (such as in large companies). Exchange server e-mail users who traveled clamored for a more portable solution
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Tim Lord on Wed, Jan 20 2010
  • Re: Which of these Logos 4 Resources Are Obsolete?

    Dave, thanks for your advice, this is what I suspected - "delete everything" on the list. I was able to create this list of file discrepancies using Microsoft's SyncToy utility (free) after doing a new Logos 4 install to a second PC, and having SyncToy report what was different between the Resources subdirectory on each PC. The first PC is the one I
    Posted to Logos 4 by Tim Lord on Sat, Jan 16 2010
  • Re: Does Logos 4 Have a "Duplicate Resource" Bug?

    Thank you, Steve. As I thought, sounds like I can just delete the one that doesn't open the resource and keep the other one. I was just puzzled why obsolete resources remain and are not removed automatically, since with Logos 4 there are supposed to be "no user serviceable parts".
    Posted to Logos 4 by Tim Lord on Fri, Jan 15 2010
  • Re: Which of these Logos 4 Resources Are Obsolete?

    Thank you, Steve. Maybe some other readers can comment on the other files. Thanks in advance, everyone.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Tim Lord on Fri, Jan 15 2010
  • Is it normal for Some Logos 4 Resources in the Library to Have No Covers?

    I am wondering, is it "normal" that some Logos 4 resources showing in my Libary have "No Cover"? The first screen shot of the resource with no cover picture (for item of rank #11) shows a description when I select it in my Library, maybe this is sometimes the case with some resources: However, the second screen shot below for the resource "rank #2"
    Posted to Logos 4 by Tim Lord on Fri, Jan 15 2010
  • Does Logos 4 Have a "Duplicate Resource" Bug?

    I have two PCs that should have an identical total count of books, but they do not match up. PC #1 has 3 more books than PC #2, and I am trying to resolve this discrepancy. In the first screen shot, I have what appears to be a duplicate book: When I click on the first book, I get the following result that the resource cannot be opened: I'm not certain
    Posted to Logos 4 by Tim Lord on Fri, Jan 15 2010
  • Which of these Logos 4 Resources Are Obsolete?

    Are any of these Logos 4 resources now obsolete? They do not match up with the files in my second (laptop) PC install, so I want to remove them if they have been replaced with newer Logos 4 files (these might be "left-over" files from when I was beta testing that are now obsolete, I am speculating). I think that the first 4 files have had a change in
    Posted to Logos 4 by Tim Lord on Fri, Jan 15 2010
  • Re: post a picture to the forum

    For anyone trying to figure this out, the "secret" is to click on the paper click icon, which represents "Insert Attachments/Media". The paste icon will not work, (nor will the "paste from Word" icon work), but clicking on the paper clip icon will allow you to specify where the picture file is located for upload, and embed that image into the text your
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Tim Lord on Fri, Jan 15 2010
  • Re: How do you launch a book by using just its file name?

    What drove me into this question in the first place is that noticed a discrepancy of 3 more resources in the total Library count on my desktop PC versus the Library count of all my resources on my laptop PC (it's a large number). The total file count in the Logos 4 "Resources" directory of the hard drive on each PC is was identical. In fact, a couple
    Posted to Logos 4 by Tim Lord on Mon, Jan 11 2010
  • Re: How do you launch a book by using just its file name?

    Rosie, thanks for coding the little utility. I see what you mean that the resource ID is sometimes a numeric notation and sometimes the same as its file name, now that I look at a few more files. Still, Logos 3 accepted the file name (without extension) regardless, so it would still be useful if Logos 4 did the same so that we do not have to run a text
    Posted to Logos 4 by Tim Lord on Sun, Jan 10 2010
  • Re: How do you launch a book by using just its file name?

    Rosie, excellent! You just provided a work-around to the inconsistency problem Kevin and Tom and I are seeing. For an unknown file here and there that we cannot launch based on LLS:FILENAME, this will work for the time being to get us the Resource ID code we need to launch the unrecognized resource. However, it is my understanding that all the file
    Posted to Logos 4 by Tim Lord on Sun, Jan 10 2010
  • Re: How do you launch a book by using just its file name?

    Thanks, Kevin. Entering the LLS Resource ID number did not seem to work for me at first, but now it is working. However, "LLS:GODSWORD" still is not working for me after doing that, and it sounds like it does not work for you either, although I have found that the method of using LLS:FILENAME (without the extension) does work for other resources I have
    Posted to Logos 4 by Tim Lord on Sun, Jan 10 2010
  • Re: How do you launch a book by using just its file name?

    My thanks to Rosie for what I needed (to use the "LLS:" prefix). Some of you gave other suggestions, which I am familiar with, but what prompted me for this specific method is that I had some new resource downloads and they were not showing up in my Library (at least not at first, it seemed), but I could see the file names in my Resources directory
    Posted to Logos 4 by Tim Lord on Sun, Jan 10 2010
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