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  • Re: Any hot rumors on MM?

    [quote user="Liam Maguire"]Unless the individual titles inside the bundles are also discounted I can't see how this MM does anything other than cut out most users.[/quote] For the many who only can or want to pick up a couple of titles this MM, perhaps individual titles will be offered at the bundles MM discount, minus 5% or 10% penalty for failing
    Posted to General by DaveR on Tue, Mar 5 2019
  • Re: "Save this email for your records."

    Thanks, Mark! No need for Bob to chime in. Cheers, Dave
    Posted to General by DaveR on Sat, Mar 2 2019
  • Re: "Save this email for your records."

    I only mentioned the meteor for Fred, who had mentioned one. I was thinking more of hackers or technical glitches. Knowing there is a back-up server does make me feel better, however. But better yet would be if a Logos employee would join the thread and substantiate the assumption that customers need no record of their licenses by writing: "Logos customers
    Posted to General by DaveR on Sat, Mar 2 2019
  • Re: "Save this email for your records."

    Thanks for your responses. As a non-professional, I hadn't considered that Logos might advise saving purchase-confirmation emails only for tax filing purposes. I thought that with the "Save this email" comment Logos was perhaps implying that the customer is responsible for keeping record of his/her purchases. While I trust Logos' intentions, what if
    Posted to General by DaveR on Sat, Mar 2 2019
  • "Save this email for your records."

    Over the years I've rarely actually printed out a Logos purchase-confirmation email. I have "saved" some such emails on my hard drive, but I've also lost hard drives over the years. Does an .html copy of my Orders page constitute a legal "proof of purchase"? And what about assets not shown on that page (e.g., WBC-54 - would be difficult to redo that
    Posted to General by DaveR on Sat, Mar 2 2019
  • Re: OT: Bibleworks ceases operation as of June 15, 2018

    [quote user="Ben"]Bibleworks still does some things llogos can’t, and does some of the same things better. Godspeed, Bibleworks. [/quote] I haven't used Logos for original language work. Perhaps Logos also does some things better, so I'm just assuming roughly similar functionality, given whatever trade-offs. Has anyone calculated what it would
    Posted to General by DaveR on Sun, Jun 3 2018
  • Re: 2018 March Madness - Individual Commentaries

    I'm very happy that after March Madness, Logos put individual commentaries on sale at 50% off. The notice today was "Sale Ending" -- soon, I suppose. Here's the link: https://www.logos.com/commentary-sale Cheers, David
    Posted to Suggestions by DaveR on Thu, May 24 2018
  • 2018 March Madness - Individual Commentaries

    A number of people will purchase a commentary set at March-Madness prices. A lot of us won't. Either because we can't afford an entire set, we prefer selecting individual authors, we're focused on a particular testament, book, or other part of the Bible. Etc. Please consider offering the individual volumes at 10% less discount than the respective set
    Posted to Suggestions by DaveR on Tue, Mar 6 2018
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