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  • Suggestion: A Walter Wink Bundle

    There are only two books authored by Walter Wink currently available on Logos, "The Bible in Human Transformation: Toward a New Paradigm in Bible Study" and "Jesus and Nonviolence: A Third Way" (the latter is part of a not yet broken up collection). However, there are quite a few other Walter Wink works, and I suggest bundling those two with the following
    Posted to Suggestions by Rayner on Fri, Apr 17 2015
  • Re: Revised Standard Version of the bible and word search

    [quote user="alabama24"]Do you own THIS resource? Note: it is NT only.[/quote] Oh, got it. No, I don't own that resource. I knew I'd regret not buying the core Gold package at some point :) :) Looks like I need a feature cross grade. But perhaps maybe just time to start using the NRSV...
    Posted to General by Rayner on Thu, Apr 16 2015
  • Re: Revised Standard Version of the bible and word search

    [quote user="Rick Brannan (Faithlife)"] The RSV presently only has a reverse interlinear for the New Testament. Are you looking at an Old Testament reference or a New Testament reference? [/quote] I have checked both the OT and the NT, and I don't see the additional options to do word searches on either. Screen shot attached.
    Posted to General by Rayner on Thu, Apr 16 2015
  • Revised Standard Version of the bible and word search

    I have prioritized the Revised Standard Version of the bible for all searching and bookmarking. However, I've noticed that when I right click on words in the RSV to view the "manuscript" menu and see the lemma, root and morph etc. that nothing is present. It's not an issue with the NRSV or the ESV or the KJV. Is there some kind of setting that I'm missing
    Posted to General by Rayner on Thu, Apr 16 2015
  • Smart collection recommendations based on wish list

    Due to careful observation of the "new resources" stream of products within the Logos store, I now have a sizeable wish list that contains more resources than I could probably read in a lifetime. One thing I've noticed is that some of the resources I'm interested in already belong within various larger collections. What I'd like to know, without checking
    Posted to Suggestions by Rayner on Thu, Apr 16 2015
  • Re: Please change TRANSFER POLICY!!! An Appeal

    [quote user="EastTN"] [quote user="Rayner"] Bob has a point, though. I am not sure whether most users would opt for upgrading the back end systems if that meant a sacrifice to the scope and speed of new material coming online... [/quote] My guess is that it depends on the size of the sacrifice. My hope would be that this wouldn't require a huge development
    Posted to Suggestions by Rayner on Wed, Apr 15 2015
  • Re: Please change TRANSFER POLICY!!! An Appeal

    [quote user="EastTN"] Perhaps the request should be for Faithlife to consider upgrading their systems to automate the process of transferring a resource. If they could support resource transfers with a more attractive fee - say, $5 a book - without losing money, it would be a feature they could advertise. [/quote] Bob has a point, though. I am not sure
    Posted to Suggestions by Rayner on Wed, Apr 15 2015
  • Re: Recommendations?

    [quote user="David Taylor Jr"] [quote user="Justin Gatlin"] I don't really buy into the idea of getting a confirmation bias base package. Standard Gold is the best value, especially with the commentary sets in L6. Bundles from there can tailor to special interests (I would recommend the backgrounds bundle and the chaplain BP to start). That provides
    Posted to General by Rayner on Wed, Apr 15 2015
  • Re: What is the secret?

    [quote user="Denise"]The idea of hiding the Logos.com refs at the bottom is typical ... they like coolity, and at the top, it smudges things up. A gentleman who couldn't say a bad word (and has since met his reward) pleaded as to what the apps did. No one really knew. Sigh. [/quote] Denise, could you translate? What are the logos.com "refs"? What is
    Posted to General by Rayner on Wed, Apr 15 2015
  • Re: SUGGESTION: Robert Alter's "Art" Books

    Posted to Suggestions by Rayner on Sun, Apr 12 2015
  • Re: SUGGESTION: Covenant & Conversation series

    Posted to Suggestions by Rayner on Sat, Apr 11 2015
  • Adding Headings to Priority Lists - still by using fake Personal Books?

    Is the manner for adding Headings to Priority Lists still by adding fake Personal Books? I found some kind of old method involving renaming of timelines, but both of these methods seem a little odd to me, and I was hoping a newer feature might have been added by now.
    Posted to General by Rayner on Sat, Apr 11 2015
  • RE: Logos NOW

    I have no intention of paying for Logos Now until or unless it can do something I require. It's not as though our current packages are going to become inaccessible...
    Posted to General by Rayner on Fri, Apr 10 2015
  • Re: Will Logos be participating in this Zondervan sale?

    [quote user="Timothy Taylor"] [quote user="Rayner"] I think this has more to do with Zondervan than Faithlife / Logos. It was announced quite recently, in the last month or so, that some kind of Faithlife agreement was being hammered out with Zondervan, so discounts and sales may well become available in the near(ish) future that weren't available in
    Posted to General by Rayner on Fri, Apr 10 2015
  • Re: Will Logos be participating in this Zondervan sale?

    I think this has more to do with Zondervan than Faithlife / Logos. It was announced quite recently, in the last month or so, that some kind of Faithlife agreement was being hammered out with Zondervan, so discounts and sales may well become available in the near(ish) future that weren't available in the past.
    Posted to General by Rayner on Fri, Apr 10 2015
  • Re: My take on Logos Now

    [quote user="Michael Childs"]I cannot imagine a new feature that I want. But books? I want millions of them.[/quote] Yeah, that's me too. And journals :) :)
    Posted to General by Rayner on Fri, Apr 10 2015
  • Re: Write for Logos!

    [quote user="Tom Reynolds"] Is this open to all users? Are non-resident non-US citizens eligible? [/quote] I have been wondering the same thing.
    Posted to General by Rayner on Thu, Apr 9 2015
  • Re: Use of projectors for increased screen space / resolution size

    [quote user="Jeff Jackson"] It takes a couple clicks or F11 to get to, but you might try toggling reading view to zoom in on specific panes for reading. It would be kind of like picking up specific books from the table to get a closer look. [/quote] Jeff, thanks. That sounds like a useful tip. I'll give it a go.
    Posted to General by Rayner on Thu, Apr 9 2015
  • Re: Use of projectors for increased screen space / resolution size

    [quote user="Steve"] I'm not sure I understand what you mean by other commentaries not being legible. Are you meaning that the text is fuzzy or garbled? Or are you saying that some of the panels are too small to contain enough information? Or something else? Also, what are the specs on the graphics card and monitor that you are using? [/quote] When
    Posted to General by Rayner on Thu, Apr 9 2015
  • Re: Use of projectors for increased screen space / resolution size

    [quote user="Kevin A Lewis"]Again not an answer - but I was considering similar issues (I have a since 19 inch monitor) - I was looking and enlarging my monitor AND adding a second.[/quote] As with David, I'm not sure I can afford the solution if it involves projecting. I really want to avoid larger or extra screens as the idea is that with electronic
    Posted to General by Rayner on Thu, Apr 9 2015
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