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  • Re: A better way to get logs to send to Logos

    [quote user="David Bergquist"] It is ironic that Daniel Bergquist does not yet own a Logos package. [/quote] Sssh. You're going to let my secret out, Dad.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Daniel Bergquist on Sat, Oct 23 2010
  • Re: A better way to get logs to send to Logos

    [quote user="Tom Philpot"] [quote user="Jack Caviness"]I posted a set of logs using this utility here 185393.aspx . Did they come through as needed?[/quote] Yep. Just fine. [/quote] Excellent! Better archive naming is definitely on my to-do list!
    Posted to Logos 4 by Daniel Bergquist on Fri, Oct 22 2010
  • Re: A better way to get logs to send to Logos

    Thanks guys! Sounds like aside from now resolved zip issues, it's working for everyone. I'd still like to hear from the Logos developers as to if the contents of the LogosLogs.gz file is correct. I've got some enhancements in mind once I get time to do them. This is something I threw together in my free time at home, so no guarantees. I could use an
    Posted to Logos 4 by Daniel Bergquist on Fri, Oct 22 2010
  • A better way to get logs to send to Logos

    After watching the video at http://community.logos.com/forums/t/6731.aspx I had to think there must be an easier way to get the log archive. What you need is a scribe to gather your logs for you. Meet Logos Log Scribe. 7875.Logos Log Scribe.app.zip This little app will create a LogosLogs.gz file on your desktop containing all of the relevant log files
    Posted to Logos 4 by Daniel Bergquist on Thu, Oct 21 2010
  • Re: Suggestions on Making L4 Custom for the Mac

    I'm going to approach this in a more general way rather than specific suggestions. The developers have probably already though some of these, but they bear repeating: OS X HIG. Anyone touching something related to an NSView or one of it's subviews, either in code or in Interface Builder, should be familiar with the HIG. There's OS X UI design blogs
    Posted to Logos 4 by Daniel Bergquist on Mon, Feb 8 2010
  • Re: Starter Package for a Lutheran Layman?

    Greetings all! Thanks for your input. Reading over what people here and elsewhere have said, it sounds like starting with the original languages package and then adding on the various books from the Lutheran publishing houses. I am, however, still not quite sure about the Scholar's package. As I noted, I am not familiar with the vast majority of the
    Posted to General by Daniel Bergquist on Sun, Jan 24 2010
  • Starter Package for a Lutheran Layman?

    Here's a question for the confessional Lutherans on here. I am a Lutheran layman looking at picking up a copy of Logos. I am looking for a suggested package to start with. As a layman, I am interested in using the software for any Bible study I may be involved in, polemics and apologetics, learning about church history and my own personal research.
    Posted to General by Daniel Bergquist on Sat, Jan 23 2010
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