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  • Re: Lexham English Bible language grade level?

    The Lexile score for Romans 9 is 1170L, which places the text roughly somewhere between 10th and 12th grade reading levels.
    Posted to General by Gregory Pittman on Sun, Jul 29 2012
  • Re: Word Definitions

    Alabama24 may have a different answer (hope he does), but I don't think there's a resource we can download to have the word study available offline. I would love that as well.
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Gregory Pittman on Sat, Jul 28 2012
  • Re: Spam control

    The point was that the spammer replied. Bots don't reply. And it isn't at all uncommon for humans to post spam. Believing spam is placed by bots only is naïve.
    Posted to General by Gregory Pittman on Fri, Jul 27 2012
  • Re: Spam control

    The problem is that a lot of the recent spam posts were placed by humans. For example, someone posted a link to The Dark Knight Rises trailer. A user replied that he had reported the posts as spam and the OP replied, "Not spam. Helpful information" (or something very similar). The forum already has limitations on new members, e.g., new members can't
    Posted to General by Gregory Pittman on Thu, Jul 26 2012
  • Re: Pronunciation Tool - Omicron

    Although I'm not a languages scholar, all of my colleagues who are pronounce the "o" in Logos as a short o sound. Therefore, I've always thought Logos pronounces its own name incorrectly.
    Posted to General by Gregory Pittman on Mon, Jul 23 2012
  • Re: Notes icon on iPad

    I agree. Most important, though, would be to have scripture references linked. The desktop versions of Logos have that feature but it hasn't get made its way to the mobile versions.
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Gregory Pittman on Thu, Jul 12 2012
  • Re: Various about app and notes

    I believe the community features are exclusive to the Faithlife Study Bible app and can't be accessed in Logos.
    Posted to Faithlife Study Bible by Gregory Pittman on Mon, Jul 9 2012
  • Re: Notes in Layers

    That is correct, alabama24. I was referring to the mobile apps.
    Posted to Suggestions by Gregory Pittman on Mon, Jul 9 2012
  • Notes in Layers

    I would like to suggest making notes available in "layers," not unlike layers in Photshop or other image editing software. Currently, we have the option of setting the app to display or not display all notes/highlights. Here are a couple of usage scenarios. 1. I've studied Romans using the inductive method so there are many highlights and notes. But
    Posted to Suggestions by Gregory Pittman on Mon, Jul 9 2012
  • Re: Faithlife Study Bible Videos not Working on Ipad

    Yes, the videos have finished downloading for both apps. App size for FSB: 1.7 GB. App size for Logos: 2.3 GB. I mentioned that the videos were downloaded for both apps in case someone questioned whether or not I had downloaded them.
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Gregory Pittman on Sun, Jul 8 2012
  • Re: Faithlife Study Bible Videos not Working on Ipad

    Just to add to the chorus here, FSB videos are not working for me on my iPad 2 (64 GB), ether. In the FSB app, I see a neverending Loading... message. In Logos, I get "Failed to load media." Videos are downloaded to the iPad for use with both apps (i.e., downloaded twice, once for each app).
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Gregory Pittman on Sun, Jul 8 2012
  • Re: Notes vs. Highlights

    Just a follow up: the notes icon in Faithlife Study Bible app is less intrusive than the icon for Logos. The bent corner (representing a Post-It note) and the lighter border are all better than the straight square and black border in Logos. Maybe this icon will find its way over to big sister?
    Posted to Suggestions by Gregory Pittman on Thu, Jul 5 2012
  • Re: Evernote Integration!

    This feature can't be difficult to implement. Logos's one major competitor on the mobile device (OliveTree) has had Evernote integration for a while. The app automatically backs up notes to Evernote. It's both a back up and an outside access feature. Right now, there's no way to access our notes in any form in Logos unless we're looking at the specific
    Posted to Suggestions by Gregory Pittman on Thu, Jul 5 2012
  • Re: Desiring God, mobile access

    I completely agree. In fact, I just purchased Desiring God and The Pleasures of God with the hopes of reading them on my iPad (I rarely use the desktop version of Logos anymore). I knew that in the past, these books were not available on mobile devices. Then Desiring God was published for Kindle. I assumed there would be no issue with the Logos versions
    Posted to Suggestions by Gregory Pittman on Wed, Jun 27 2012
  • Re: Notes vs. Highlights

    [quote user="tom collinge"] In L3, each hymnal note file had its own unique color. The kind folks at Logos decided that 90% of my note icons needed to be yellow. Now, I do not know why hymnal each hymn is in. THANKS LOGOS! This is one of my reasons why I still use L3!!!!!!!!! My notes are also divided by the lectionary year (so I have year A notes,
    Posted to Suggestions by Gregory Pittman on Wed, Jun 27 2012
  • Re: Notes vs. Highlights

    I may very well be wrong, but I think Tom's usage is not necessarily shared by the majority of Logos users. Even it if it is, his problem remains whether my suggestion is adopted or not. Whether or not you have tap an icon or the highlighted passage, that doesn't solve Tom's multiple note issue. That issue is currently present and won't be hindered
    Posted to Suggestions by Gregory Pittman on Wed, Jun 27 2012
  • Re: Notes vs. Highlights

    [quote user="alabama24"] Here is a screen shot of a popup note. [/quote] Perfect, alabama24! Thank you. And I'll file this reference in the same category as the first mention of baseball (In the big inning, Gen. 1:1).
    Posted to Suggestions by Gregory Pittman on Wed, Jun 27 2012
  • Notes vs. Highlights

    When I add a note in Logos for iOS, in order to get the note to pop up on tap, I have to include an icon with the note (including the highlight/underline). If I choose not to include the icon, the behavior on tap is identical to highlights, whereby on tap, the only thing that pops up is an "Edit highlight" command. Only if I tap on "Edit highlight"
    Posted to Suggestions by Gregory Pittman on Tue, Jun 26 2012
  • Notes icon on iPad

    When I add a note in Logos for iPad, I have the options for highlighting, underline, add note, etc. I can also choose to add an icon--a circle, square, star, etc. If I don't add the icon, when I tap the highlighted passage, a pop-up reading, "Edit note," displays. If I add the icon, I can tap on the icon and the note displays with a link to edit the
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Gregory Pittman on Sun, Jun 24 2012
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