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  • Re: Tagging Question in Wingren

    Those are the original footnotes. My question is do some of those link directly to the English edition if you own it (Luther's Works)? WA is not completely translated yet, and what is translated does not have an easy equivalence to find it in the English version.
    Posted to Lutheran Products by Nathaniel Porter on Fri, Apr 4 2014
  • Tagging Question in Wingren

    I have a question for Logos or any owners in reference to contents of the Wipf & Stock package: https://www.logos.com/product/36290/select-studies-in-martin-luthers-life-and-influence-part-1 I'm not sure about Wingren's other works, but in Luther on Vocation, he footnotes the WA German edition extensively, and I am not the only English reader who has
    Posted to Lutheran Products by Nathaniel Porter on Tue, Apr 1 2014
  • Re: Reading Plan Order in iPhone/iPod app

    Thanks, alabama. I know the reading plans have been a bit of a perpetual headache, and the syncing has already improved dramatically; hopefully they continue to get better.
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Nathaniel Porter on Thu, Jun 13 2013
  • Reading Plan Order in iPhone/iPod app

    Last night, I set up a series of reading plans on Logos for Windows so that I would be able to keep on track reading various parts of the Bible throughout the day and check off each small section as I go. I carefully organized them on the desktop so they'd appear in the proper order. By this morning, they were synced to to my iPod touch, but the order
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Nathaniel Porter on Thu, Jun 13 2013
  • Re: Reading plans

    I have had the same problem. I previously had synced custom reading plans automatically from L4 to the iPod, but now my new plans are not transferring, leaving me only the default plan. I know a patch was just released to fix issues of keeping the plans in sync once they're downloaded, but it hasn't seemed to solve this one. Internet is on and L4 is
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Nathaniel Porter on Tue, Jan 11 2011
  • Re: Problem syncing reading plans

    Yay for everyone else's problems being solved, but mine still isn't syncing. I think the issue is slightly different though. I am not even able to sync reading plans created on my desktop to appear on the ipod in the first place. I have in the past used the feature just as it's meant- created one, had it appear on the ipod and read a mix of either or
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Nathaniel Porter on Mon, Jan 10 2011
  • Re: Problem syncing reading plans

    My wife and I are having basically an identical issue to Michelle's. We both have iPod touches and she recently created her own reading plan. Mine still appears, but her reading plan only shows up on the PC, not on either iPod.
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Nathaniel Porter on Thu, Dec 30 2010
  • Re: MLA (My Library Assistant) question

    No big deal, Karl. Thanks for the reply. As soon as I realized the problem was that it was dumping them in the default My Documents location, I was able to work around it. It actually did work on vista; I just have modified the default directory on my XP desktop. Peace, Nate
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Nathaniel Porter on Fri, Jul 10 2009
  • Re: Henri J. M. Nouwen

    Amen.
    Posted to Suggestions by Nathaniel Porter on Wed, Jul 8 2009
  • MLA (My Library Assistant) question

    For anyone who has used or helped build MLA: Is there (or could there easily be) a way to have MLA export to non-default directories? My personal Libronix settings default to d: (where my user info is located) but MLA only exports to C. Thanks. For those who don't know, MLA is a free tool built to help organize large libraries in Logos. Search for it
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Nathaniel Porter on Tue, Jul 7 2009
  • Major updates to ESV Reverse English-Hebrew?

    It's been a few weeks since I ran the update scripts, but I ran them today, and the ESV Hebrew/English reverse interlinear came up in all three (resources, addins, and data files), some with substantial downloads. Does anyone know what was updated?
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Nathaniel Porter on Mon, Jul 6 2009
  • Re: Download versus CD ROM

    Beautiful! Thanks again, Phil, Bob, and the gang!
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Nathaniel Porter on Mon, Jul 6 2009
  • Re: Download versus CD ROM

    You also cannot sell your licenses to an unlockable download, even if it's also avaialable on CD-ROM, at least to my understanding. Not a big deal for most, since we buy books to use them, but worth noting.
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Nathaniel Porter on Mon, Jul 6 2009
  • Re: Subscription program for additional volumes to sets

    If they signed a contract, they would know if they had the rights. And even if the price was the same as a prepub, this might get the resources out quicker and maybe even encourage publishers to start building their Logos libraries earlier on some sets. Since there's very little need for physical CDs these days for most users, it wouldn't even run into
    Posted to Suggestions by Nathaniel Porter on Mon, Jun 29 2009
  • Subscription program for additional volumes to sets

    It is common for print publishers of commentaries, author's work sets, etc. to offer subscription programs that give a discount to those who sign up to automatically receive each new volume when it is released. I know, for exampe, that Augsburg Fortress has this with Hermeneia commentaries and Concordia has announced this for the additional 20 volumes
    Posted to Suggestions by Nathaniel Porter on Mon, Jun 29 2009
  • Re: Japanese Bible in Libronix?

    I agree that it would be great to have a Japanese Bible in Libronix. As for PBB, it's unicode based so you should be able to do it, but you'd have to have the source file and make sure it was in a unicode compatible Japanese font, as far as I can understand. But there are certainly other scripts in PBB, so there shouldn't be structural barriers.
    Posted to Suggestions by Nathaniel Porter on Mon, Jun 29 2009
  • Re: What do you think of web forums instead of newsgroups?

    Personally, I greatly prefer the NGs because they're much easier to see what you want to see quickly and skip the others, and it allows me to prefetch and mass download attachments on the files newsgroup (I haven't tried downloading here yet). However, I think forums probably are the way to go into the future for most users, since they're more familiar
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Nathaniel Porter on Sun, Jun 7 2009
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