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  • Re: Logos and Vyrso 0.9.3 Released

    This is working great! The garbled popup text from 0.9.2 is fixed. Thanks, guys! :^)
    Posted to Android Apps by Sean Crotty on Sat, Dec 3 2011
  • Re: Android App on Kindle Fire: Navigation Menu not accessible

    Maybe they've updated the version in the app store since you got it? You can check by: 1. Opening the Kindle Fire's top menu (the one that has the volume, brightness, etc.) 2. Selecting "More" 3. Selecting "Applications" 4. Selecting, Filter By: "Third Party Applicaitons" 5. Scrolling down and selecting Logos The version you have installed will be listed
    Posted to Android Apps by Sean Crotty on Fri, Dec 2 2011
  • Re: Logos Android on Kindle Fire?

    [quote user="Robert B Harte"] I had earlier side loaded the beta 0f 9.2 on my Kindle Fire, and it worked Fine. When Amazon App Store released 9.1 I tried to replace the 9.2 beta with the 9.1. in order to prepare for future upgrades. Somehow in the process I screwed up the K Fire and I could no Longer install an app. I then did a hard reset which returns
    Posted to Android Apps by Sean Crotty on Thu, Dec 1 2011
  • Re: Android App on Kindle Fire: Navigation Menu not accessible

    Are you guys using version 0.9.2? I had that problem with an earlier release (the one that's currently in the Amazon store, I think). But side-loading the 0.9.2 version corrected this problem for me.
    Posted to Android Apps by Sean Crotty on Thu, Dec 1 2011
  • Re: Reading Experience on Kindle Fire

    To your specific questions, Jared: 1. The display is similar quality to a laptop. There is not support for black text on gray background. But you can invert to white text on black background - although that doesn't really affect eyestrain. 2. The speed is slower than Logos on a laptop/desktop computer, but I think that is largely due to the need to
    Posted to Android Apps by Sean Crotty on Mon, Nov 28 2011
  • Re: Reading Experience on Kindle Fire

    I used my Kindle Fire with the latest version of the app (0.9.2) for the first time during Sunday service yesterday. I love it. I switched to white text on black background and held it in landscape orientation. It is my new church bible. I would like to see support for gestures added and an easier way to flip between a few different verses (accessing
    Posted to Android Apps by Sean Crotty on Mon, Nov 28 2011
  • Re: Logos and Vyrso 0.9.2 Released

    Thanks, Dave. That thread had the confirmation I was looking for.
    Posted to Android Apps by Sean Crotty on Sat, Nov 26 2011
  • Re: Logos and Vyrso 0.9.2 Released

    Before I installed this update on my Kindle Fire the popups properly showed English. Now they display gobbledygook. Does anyone else see similar oddness?
    Posted to Android Apps by Sean Crotty on Fri, Nov 25 2011
  • Re: Logos Android on Kindle Fire?

    [quote user="John Chandler"]It appears that the Fire soft buttons overlay the bottom row of Logos menu buttons[/quote] John, does this make vital features of the Logos app unusable?
    Posted to Android Apps by Sean Crotty on Wed, Nov 16 2011
  • Re: Logos 4 Font Anti-Aliasing Subpar

    Thank you, Bradley. I am a developer myself and understand the challenges of integrating with a new, major release of an API. I'm also familiar with acting as unintended tester of said new API. That responsibility can become a time sink but is rarely something that is accounted for on your own release schedules. I look forward to seeing the benefits
    Posted to Logos 4 by Sean Crotty on Thu, May 13 2010
  • Re: New Mobile Survey -- BlackBerry and Android users, speak out!

    +1 for Android!
    Posted to General by Sean Crotty on Tue, May 11 2010
  • Re: Logos 4 Font Anti-Aliasing Subpar

    .NET Framework 4 is now available ! Hopefully we might see improved font aliasing soon???
    Posted to Logos 4 by Sean Crotty on Mon, Apr 12 2010
  • Settings Saved Online? Nice!

    So I just swapped out the hard drive on my computer. This was a bit of a painful process because I used this opportunity to do a completely new install of the OS and all my apps. The most painful part is re-establishing the personal settings I have for each of those apps. But it was easy with Logos 4. When I re-installed it, my Reading Plans, Preferred
    Posted to Logos 4 by Sean Crotty on Tue, Jan 5 2010
  • Re: Logos 4 Font Anti-Aliasing Subpar

    Re-reading my previous post, I think I was a bit harsh on Logos' implementation. For my use of Logos, I like small fonts and don't care about perfect glyph spacing. I also don't (yet) read any of the Greek text. It may well be that WPF's "ideal" display is best in that case - and Logos already does that right. I have found this evening that simply bumping
    Posted to Logos 4 by Sean Crotty on Sat, Jan 2 2010
  • Re: Logos 4 Font Anti-Aliasing Subpar

    [quote user="Sean Crotty"] In the meantime I'll try out some of the workarounds discussed in the [here]: [quote user="Bob Pritchett"] I believe WPF 4.0 (next year) will offer some better compromise options, but even then it looks like the problem will be one of taste. The good news is, we have the font with and without hinting, so it may be possible
    Posted to Logos 4 by Sean Crotty on Sat, Jan 2 2010
  • Re: Logos 4 Font Anti-Aliasing Subpar

    [quote user="Rosie Perera"] There have been some other threads discussing the quality of the fonts in Logos here and here . Maybe those only apply to the default font not how Logos renders other fonts. But it has something to do with "hinting," whatever that is. Bob Pritchett weighs in on it in one of those threads and promises that we'll soon be able
    Posted to Logos 4 by Sean Crotty on Sat, Jan 2 2010
  • Logos 4 Font Anti-Aliasing Subpar

    Compared to other Windows applications, the font rendering in Logos 4 is inferior and - to my eyes - bothersome. I believe this is due to Logos 4's lack of subpixel rendering . And that is probably due to the terrible implementation of ClearType in WPF. From what if understand, however, WPF 4 has addressed this problem . I guess, if anything, this is
    Posted to Logos 4 by Sean Crotty on Sat, Jan 2 2010
  • Re: Reading Plan *used* to show "Mark Read"

    [quote] The presence of the Reading Plan start/end are "visual filters" so, check in the Bible that the plan is made for (each plan is for a specific resource - if you change it you'll create a new plan and have to do a Catchup) and ensure that the " Name of Your Plan Reading Plan" is checked in the "Three Circle Thingy" at on the title bar of your
    Posted to Logos 4 by Sean Crotty on Thu, Dec 31 2009
  • Reading Plan *used* to show "Mark Read"

    When I first installed Logos 4, I immediately created a Reading Plan to complete the NT in ~5 months. From the Home Page, I would select the day's reading and the bible that popped up had a indicator bar at the end of the verses to read that said something like, "Mark as Read". Clicking that would mark my day's reading as complete. Lately I don't see
    Posted to Logos 4 by Sean Crotty on Wed, Dec 30 2009
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