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  • Re: Did anyone participate in the July Upgrade-Your-Package-Receive $25 Credit Promo?

    Please be patient and wait until early next Month, they told me it often takes a few days more than 45 days. In fact I eventually had to turn to customer service and they fixed it. I still wonder whether it applies to the new "Biblical Theology Bundle" - if it doesn't I'm going to complain about it because it's hard to see the difference, the icon looks
    Posted to General by Mikael S on Sat, Aug 29 2015
  • Re: Can I still use the L4Mac Indexer Automatic Launch instructions?

    I now updated to version 6.5, I'll see if it makes a difference. EDIT: so it seems to be working better now, just thanks to the software update. Migth try indexing during the day while I'm at uni.
    Posted to Logos 6 by Mikael S on Wed, Aug 19 2015
  • Re: Can I still use the L4Mac Indexer Automatic Launch instructions?

    I tried to look for instructions how to go to the root folder, but couldn't find any, I want to find the folder > Library > StartupItems Maybe the indexer is there and can be moved to the Desktop? Instructions where I got the idea are at: http://www.thexlab.com/faqs/startupitems.html ... under point 4. EDIT: I managed to keep the computer on for a while
    Posted to Logos 6 by Mikael S on Wed, Aug 19 2015
  • Re: Can I still use the L4Mac Indexer Automatic Launch instructions?

    Of course I have installed on the main disk - the SSD, but I keep the resource files backup on the second drive which is a HDD connected through P-ATA. Thanks for the help, both of You! :)
    Posted to Logos 6 by Mikael S on Wed, Aug 19 2015
  • Can I still use the L4Mac Indexer Automatic Launch instructions?

    I found these instructions to solve a problem I'm having: Logos 4 Mac Indexer Automatic Launch However since the instructions are two versions off I was wondering how safe it is to try turning automatic launch of indexer off or if these instructions need to be modified? Sometimes my computer works fine for hours. I would prefer not to apply the instructions
    Posted to Logos 6 by Mikael S on Tue, Aug 18 2015
  • Re: Starting Over with Logos - Purchasing Strategies?

    "Bundles" are the "Topical Bundles", those ones tend even to be small. On the other hand several of the "Feature Collections" - a pretty confusing name btw, are very large and I can't understand how to afford one without getting a payment plan + they barely discount them at all (I'm waiting for a coupon code that can be used on a Feature Collection
    Posted to General by Mikael S on Sat, Aug 8 2015
  • Re: WBC: the least Evangelical or most Anglican volumes?

    My print WBC books are on the way, the ones I specified on Aug. 3. 2:53PM. I had to change most of my cash € to afford paying for theshipping right now separately (seller offered without that I asked); I'm getting half of a payment from a customer Monday Aug. 10. with which (and an Accordance Gift Card I previously bought for myself) I can buy some
    Posted to General by Mikael S on Fri, Aug 7 2015
  • Re: Why doesn't Logos cite correctly?

    Could You hint me as of which OT volumes are especially poorly tagged so that I can avoid purchasing them atm? I have most of Jer, Judges 1-12, Hab and Prv in Verbum; (plus 1-2 Esdras and Is 56-66 as printed matter and the complete NT in Accordance except the new Apocalypse -volume):[quote user="James"]I think it is quite obvious that hand tagging is
    Posted to General by Mikael S on Thu, Aug 6 2015
  • Re: WBC: the least Evangelical or most Anglican volumes?

    Thanks for the advice, I appreciate! Someone else bought the Ralph W. Klein (1983) 1 Sam -volume. My shipping seems to be a bit high - as the seller just edited his new add 14 hours ago and removed four volumes (not the ones I get) as he sold to someone else as well, I would need to know quickly if any (these are print) volume "should not" be shipped
    Posted to General by Mikael S on Thu, Aug 6 2015
  • Re: WBC: the least Evangelical or most Anglican volumes?

    At this stage Gnosis can come either by reading the right paragraph or page from the right book (Faithlife usually tries to design the features and datasets in order to help out with that, but the marketing, bundling and tens of thousands of books I'll never buy are a distraction) or by own research. Sometimes that can be combined but not always and
    Posted to General by Mikael S on Wed, Aug 5 2015
  • Re: WBC: the least Evangelical or most Anglican volumes?

    I'm here to learn to use what I have: books, features and databases, intellect, and develop a better sense of humour. I hope there's nothing left for me to learn regarding showing respect to others - i.e. I hope I'm over things and that nothing new will ever trigger me here. I developed further late in life so unfortunately I at times didn't know how
    Posted to General by Mikael S on Wed, Aug 5 2015
  • Re: WBC: the least Evangelical or most Anglican volumes?

    I felt like very very few wished that I would come back, plus I'm starting to get fed up with buying commentaries: trying to maintain a good coverage of what interests me and updating to new sets by applying for a loan is starting to get tiresome. There's a new 2015 print Edition of the NIB (New Interpreter's Bible) out and I couldn't even find any
    Posted to General by Mikael S on Wed, Aug 5 2015
  • Re: Looking to upgrade to V6, how is the performance?

    It seems to utilize more cores and more modern CPU:s (which is to be expected) better than 5 when adding books and it's a much more seamless process now, and installs new software versions (such as service releases) fairly quickly (except perhaps for the download time as the updates are usually frequent and L6 is a few MB larger download than L5 was
    Posted to Logos 6 by Mikael S on Wed, Aug 5 2015
  • Re: WBC: the least Evangelical or most Anglican volumes?

    The ones I was talking about the most and still ask about are print books. I got the new Joshua volumes and the new 2 Cor directly in Verbum as an early-bird pre-pub order:[quote user="MJ. Smith"]Mikael, excuse me for asking but you keep mentioning the postage. Am I to assume you require these on disk? They are normally delivered as electronic downloads
    Posted to General by Mikael S on Wed, Aug 5 2015
  • Re: WBC: the least Evangelical or most Anglican volumes?

    This comment is about the Feature Crossgrade only. Thanks a lot, Graham , that's very helpful! I have a 10 GB monthly data-cap in my broadband and I always use it up - usually because of Verbum, that's a big reason for why I very rarely use the databases that require big downloads and are online only. I also have the L4 Original Languages library base
    Posted to General by Mikael S on Wed, Aug 5 2015
  • Re: WBC: the least Evangelical or most Anglican volumes?

    I'm applying for a bank-loan and will have to wait until Wednesday Aug. 12. on getting the employer's certificate so I will have the money to pay the postage at earliest on Aug. 17. So there's still time for You to reply here regarding help to choose volumes. And regarding Feature Crossgrade, could anyone help me out now (at latest tomorrow) whether
    Posted to General by Mikael S on Wed, Aug 5 2015
  • Re: WBC: the least Evangelical or most Anglican volumes?

    If someone would help point out one volume in my previous post which I could remove I could add this one instead: Ralph W. Klein (1983). 1 Samuel. It's a pretty good author and also authored 2 Maccabees in the Hermeneia series. Only problem is there's a new 2nd or revised Edition that came out in 2009 but I guess I can't afford that new one at this
    Posted to General by Mikael S on Tue, Aug 4 2015
  • Re: WBC: the least Evangelical or most Anglican volumes?

    I'm probably buying (EDIT: I didn't change this list now but note that it's a little different from the list in my previous post): T. R. Hobbs (1985). 2 Kings Roddy L. Braun (1986). 1 Chronicles H. G. M. Williamson (1985) . Ezra/Nehemiah Douglas Stuart (1987). Hosea- Jonah John Nolland (1993). Luke 9:21-18:34 James D. G. Dunn (1988). Romans 1-8 James
    Posted to General by Mikael S on Mon, Aug 3 2015
  • Re: WBC: the least Evangelical or most Anglican volumes?

    With this platform it's just too easy to gather too much Evangelical content, whether commentaries, language related features or collections from pre-pub. In comparison there's very little Anglican content, especially at a bit more advanced level. I understand there's a customer base explanation to all this but nevertheless I would need to know more
    Posted to General by Mikael S on Mon, Aug 3 2015
  • WBC: the least Evangelical or most Anglican volumes?

    In Your opinion or based on the denomination of the individual authors. Either regarding methods used or resulting exegesis. Also regarding whether how much ancient works outside the 66-book canon are cited. I have read about this series many times but only have the new volumes on Joshua and 2 Cor that came out recently. I was thinking of perhaps getting
    Posted to General by Mikael S on Mon, Aug 3 2015
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