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  • Re: Concern about future upgrades

    [quote user="Rene Atchley"] [quote user="Denise"] I know, I know. It's uncomfortable for you. It's uncomfortable for most Logosians, when Logos is not held in highest esteem. For some reason, the company is very similar to a religion or a political party. And the answer to questioners for both, is the suggestion you made. [/quote] Increasingly this
    Posted to Logos 5 by Steve on Mon, Nov 10 2014
  • Re: Concern about future upgrades

    I don't know if I got an answer to my follow up question. So let me ask it another way. Has anyone reinstalled their entire Logos library onto a new computer with just the backup Logos/install directory? If I might jump into the fray and make a comment regarding the cloud. IMO, the cloud is all about control and money. Apple didn't spend billions on
    Posted to Logos 5 by Steve on Mon, Nov 10 2014
  • Re: Concern about future upgrades

    Thank you all, I think I understand this issue better now from your comments. If Logos is committed to releasing the core engine for free then I guess I don't have a problem. So I guess I wasn't totally clear on what I meant by status quo. By status quo I mean as long as I can continue to upgrade my computer OS and receive free core engine upgrades
    Posted to Logos 5 by Steve on Sat, Nov 8 2014
  • Concern about future upgrades

    I am just wondering does anyone else share my concern about future upgrades of Logos. Specifically, what if I never want to upgrade ever again beyond Logos 5. Is there a way that I can backup a copy of the installation program for me to load onto another computer? I don't care if I never get another update to any of the books or never have access to
    Posted to Logos 5 by Steve on Sat, Nov 8 2014
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