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  • Re: Logos need to do something about Logos

    [quote user="Denise"] Well, it's page 3, and the Logosians are now shopping for David's new computer. FL has helpfully put David's hardware in the inadaquate category. All that remains is for David to simply admit the software is fine .... it's David that's the problem. That be page 4. Go, Logosians, go! [/quote] Denise, David is in no way the problem
    Posted to Logos 8 by John Fidel on Thu, Jun 4 2020
  • Re: Logos need to do something about Logos

    [quote user="Sean"] [quote user="Sean"]the chorus: "Just get an SSD!" [/quote] Actually, it would be good if FaithLife staff could chime in on this. Is this the official response to performance complaints? From all the posts by users with stars by their names, you'd think so. [/quote] I agree, and no it is not official. Just my observation and opinion
    Posted to Logos 8 by John Fidel on Wed, Jun 3 2020
  • Re: Logos need to do something about Logos

    [quote user="David Medina"] I am sorry but programs are not designed for SSD or HDD. It does not work like that. [/quote] Hi David, Logos on HDD is painfully slow and I do not think that FL intends to change that since most new computers have SSD, however, I could be wrong. That said, I do not know how to advise you. I wish I had some fix for you, but
    Posted to Logos 8 by John Fidel on Wed, Jun 3 2020
  • Re: High Definition Commentary Series - No More Graphics :(

    [quote user="SineNomine"] Honestly, so far I wish it had no graphics at all. They break the text up without adding value for me . I would prefer more discourse analysis and less personal flavouring and external theology. That said, I definitely won't avoid this commentary whenever I next run a Passage Guide on some part of Philippians. [/quote] Just
    Posted to Lexham Press by John Fidel on Wed, Jun 3 2020
  • Re: Septuagint Reverse Interlinear.

    Ahh... thanks for the clarification. Pete is a new user and just wanted to make sure he also wasn't confused by your post.
    Posted to Logos 8 by John Fidel on Fri, May 29 2020
  • Re: High Definition Commentary Series - No More Graphics :(

    [quote user="Dr. Steven E. Runge (Logos)"] Thanks for taking the time to convey these thoughts, John. I completely agree about the need for videos and the fact that the products have fallen off the radar. Hoping that my FB live efforts are a move in the right direction. [/quote] I do not use FB so I cannot say if it will be helpful. What about Faithlife
    Posted to Lexham Press by John Fidel on Fri, May 29 2020
  • Re: Septuagint Reverse Interlinear.

    Peter and Denise, Here is a screen shot of the resource showing the interlinear function. Please note there is also the alternative text as well.
    Posted to Logos 8 by John Fidel on Fri, May 29 2020
  • Re: Septuagint Reverse Interlinear.

    It is the Septuagint with Logos Morphology.
    Posted to Logos 8 by John Fidel on Fri, May 29 2020
  • Re: Duplicate(?) Guide Name

    Can you post a screen shot of all your custom guides?
    Posted to Logos 8 by John Fidel on Thu, May 28 2020
  • Re: High Definition Commentary Series - No More Graphics :(

    The introductions are a pretty quick read and can be helpful in grasping the various discourse features. Things opened up for me once I continued to review the various features. Then, some became more important to me and I could adjust what was visible in the visual filter.
    Posted to Lexham Press by John Fidel on Thu, May 28 2020
  • Re: High Definition Commentary Series - No More Graphics :(

    Mattillo, The glossary is the material that pops up when you hover over a discourse feature when the visual filter is turned on. It is a brief explanation of the feature. That often has a link to the introduction that explains the feature further with examples. They are not commentaries and you probably have the glossary if you have the discourse features
    Posted to Lexham Press by John Fidel on Thu, May 28 2020
  • Re: Duplicate(?) Guide Name

    Hi Jon, I am not positive on this, but including "my" in the front of a guide used to make it a default guide. They removed that with Logos 8, but perhaps there is still something that is designating as competing with your default passage guide or other guides that start with "my". I suggest you remove the "my" from naming your guides. Others may be
    Posted to Logos 8 by John Fidel on Thu, May 28 2020
  • Re: High Definition Commentary Series - No More Graphics :(

    Dr. Runge, Here is my input into the marketing of the commentaries: When the discourse material came out there was lots of marketing and introductory videos. The concept is different for most of us and the additional introductory and educational videos were helpful in educating users what discourse analysis is. There have not been, other than Morris
    Posted to Lexham Press by John Fidel on Thu, May 28 2020
  • Re: Question about Prioritizing My Favorite (and Often Forgotten) Monographs

    [quote user="PL"] But be careful that too many collection rules will slow down your Logos and your machine. https://community.logos.com/forums/t/190721.aspx [/quote] Which is why I recommend tagging and creating collections from tags.
    Posted to General by John Fidel on Wed, May 20 2020
  • Re: Question about Prioritizing My Favorite (and Often Forgotten) Monographs

    Hi Richard, The best way is to organize your monographs into collections and then add the collections to guides or use the Cited By tool. You can also use the collections in a search as well. I realize this takes time, but it is well worth it if you can get them organized. Start with the categories that are most important to you: Background, Exegesis
    Posted to General by John Fidel on Wed, May 20 2020
  • Re: UBS5 Greek New Testament

    [quote user="Frank Dornik"] Hi Graham, I meant linking my NASB95 to my UBS5 so that when I hover over any NASB95 English word, it will display at the bottom of the window the corresponding USB5 Greek word and its details. How can I do this? Blessings, Frank [/quote] Hi Frank, Good advise above, but if I understand you, you want to use the corresponding
    Posted to Logos 8 by John Fidel on Wed, May 20 2020
  • Re: Figurative Language Filter

    As an alternative to the VF you can open in the Guide section a Concordance and set it to Figurative Language and then link it to your Bible. I like it much better. You can also add a section to your Passage Guide which is what I did. here is how it looks:
    Posted to Logos 8 by John Fidel on Mon, May 18 2020
  • Re: Limited View Mode

    The biggest change is that the options using the right mouse menu are limited.
    Posted to Logos 8 Web App by John Fidel on Mon, May 18 2020
  • Re: Figurative Language Filter

    Also it needs to be in a Bible that has a Reverse Interlinear such as the ESV.
    Posted to Logos 8 by John Fidel on Mon, May 18 2020
  • Re: how to search all encyclopedias for a word

    If it is in the context of Bible reading then you can right mouse click select the word at the top and then on the right select power lookup as another alternative. See screenshots below: You can then select the resource from the power look up window to open to the article. Another option, if in the Bible text, you can double click on the word and your
    Posted to General by John Fidel on Sun, May 17 2020
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