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  • Re: Academic Basic list of resources

    [quote user="Clinton Branscombe"]My mistake. I created another account and double checked that it was Academic-Basic. Here is the correct list.[/quote] This makes more sense. Thanks so much for taking the time to put together this list!
    Posted to Logos 8 by Harry Hahne on Mon, Jul 15 2019
  • Re: Academic Basic list of resources

    Is this Academic Basic or the Basic library? It sounds more like Basic, since it lacks things in their promotion list, such as SBL Greek New Testament, Linguistics and Biblical Exegesis , Lexham Textual Notes on the Bible , and NT308 Craig Evans, The Reliability of the New Testament Manuscripts .
    Posted to Logos 8 by Harry Hahne on Sun, Jul 14 2019
  • Re: Academic Basic list of resources

    [quote user="Clinton Branscombe"]I set up a throw away account and then made a list. [/quote] Awesome! Thanks.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Harry Hahne on Sun, Jul 14 2019
  • Re: Resource Text Selection Menu does not allow copying a phrase

    [quote user="Dave Hooton"] Hmmm. We are going to get a crowded Selection menu to replace the crowded Context menu! [/quote] In my mind, the Selection menu adds confusion rather than clarity. I don't see the point of having 2 pop-up menus. If I want to work with a selection, I just choose Selection from the Content menu and I have a whole range of choices
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Harry Hahne on Sun, Jul 7 2019
  • Re: Resource Text Selection Menu does not allow copying a phrase

    [quote user="Dave Hooton"] The phrase has to be more than 5 words. [/quote] I don't see the point of this minimum. The Copy option should be available no matter how large or small the selection.
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Harry Hahne on Mon, Jun 24 2019
  • Re: Copying the list of subjects for a resource

    [quote user="Dave Hooton"]For delineating levels, "Bible. N.T.--Manuscripts, Greek" would be more consistent. But I would like to deselect on those levels e.g. "Subject:Bible. N.T. x Manuscripts, Greek", where you click the x to go back to Subject:Bible N.T..[/quote] I agree on both counts.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Harry Hahne on Mon, Jun 24 2019
  • Bug: Read Aloud Greek New Testament

    If you change the Read Aloud speed in the NA28 Greek New Testament, the Word by Word indicator keeps moving, but the narration audio stops. Sometimes the narration comes back in the next verse or perhaps 8-10 words later. The bouncing ball continues while the narration is silent. Version 8.6 Beta 1 on Windows 10.
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Harry Hahne on Sat, Jun 8 2019
  • Re: Bug: Word by Word indicator with Read Aloud (7.12 Beta 3)

    [quote user="Philana R. Crouch"]This is now fixed in 8.6 Beta 1.[/quote] Wonderful!
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Harry Hahne on Sat, Jun 8 2019
  • Re: Copying the list of subjects for a resource

    [quote user="Andrew Batishko (Faithlife)"] The filter handles each level independently. If you select the "Bible N.T." option, then you will see "Manuscripts", "Criticism, textual", "Translating", "Commentaries" as the available option. [/quote] That is good to know, but it is not clear that this is how it works. The filter puts a comma between the
    Posted to Logos 8 by Harry Hahne on Sat, Jun 8 2019
  • Resource Text Selection Menu does not allow copying a phrase

    When I select a word or phrase, the Resource Text Selection Menu offers Copy Bible Verse, but not the text that I highlighted. The list of new features implied that the Copy option would be available on this menu.
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Harry Hahne on Sat, Jun 8 2019
  • Getting a list of subjects for a resource

    When I am in the Library browser, I can display the Subjects field in the Details view. I can see the list of subjects if I hover over this field in a resource. I would like to be able to do more with these subjects. I would like to be able copy the text of these subjects. This would make it easier to create collections or find other resources with
    Posted to Logos 8 by Harry Hahne on Sat, Jun 8 2019
  • Courses -- difference between "Available" and "Recommended"

    In the Courses tool, what is the difference between courses listed as "Available" and "Recommended for You"? Some courses in the Recommended list are not listed under Available, even though I have all of the necessary resources.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Harry Hahne on Sat, Jun 8 2019
  • Logos 7 cannot connect to server

    I have an older computer that runs Logos 7. For a variety of reasons, I want to keep this computer running Logos 7. When I start Logos, it says it cannot connect to the Logos server, even though the computer is connected to the Internet. I assume this is because it is not the most up-to-date version of Logos 7.x. When I go to the Logos website, it only
    Posted to Logos 7 by Harry Hahne on Thu, Jun 6 2019
  • Re: Finding new resources in the library

    [quote user="Dave Hooton"]The Added facet is reasonable. If you want to be more precise, you can filter Library with something like Addeddate:<June 2, 2019> (it isn't viewable in Library, unlike Last Updated ).[/quote] This is a useful hidden feature. I discovered that you can enter a date range: Addeddate:<June 2, 2018-June 2, 2019> But
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Harry Hahne on Tue, Jun 4 2019
  • Re: Finding new resources in the library

    [quote user="JT (alabama24)"]I would not be in favor of that column unless it was an actual "purchase" date. [/quote] The purchase date would be useful, unless it was a prepublication item that was released later. This can happen when books in a series are not all released at the same time.
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Harry Hahne on Mon, Jun 3 2019
  • Finding new resources in the library

    Is there any way to determine the date when a resource was added to one's library? Sometimes books are promised as part of a collection or base package, but are released later than when the package is first sold (e.g. some commentaries). I don't always know when these are added to my library, until I stumble onto it later. I know that I can look at
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Harry Hahne on Mon, Jun 3 2019
  • Re: Updates to Logos:

    When you have Automatically Start Downloads turned off, you can start an update at any time by typing "update now" in the Command Box. I do this whenever I have a little time that I don't mind if the computer slows down and when I am not in the middle of a project using Logos. Indexing is much faster than it used to be, though it can still be a bit
    Posted to Logos 8 by Harry Hahne on Mon, Jun 3 2019
  • Re: Search for the non-existence of a search term

    [quote user="Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :)"]Conjunctions occur less often than nouns so one idea to highlight fewer words is:[/quote] True. This would be helpful for a chapter search. But I guess I will have to stick to nouns for the verse search. I just wanted to find out if there was something I was overlooking about a true NOT search.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Harry Hahne on Sun, Jun 2 2019
  • Search for the non-existence of a search term

    I sometimes want to be able to find instances where something does NOT exist. I don't believe Logos allows a NOT operator, except in combination with another search term. Situation 1: Search for chapters of Bible NOT containing a word I wanted to find all chapters of the Gospels that do NOT contain the Greek verb πιστεύω
    Posted to Logos 8 by Harry Hahne on Sat, Jun 1 2019
  • Jump to active reference

    After opening an article in a Greek or Hebrew lexicon or word study book from the lemma from the context menu, is there a way to jump to the Bible reference from which I opened the reference book? I know that the Visual Filter Emphasize Active Reference highlights the Bible verse in red. But for a long article, such as in the Theological Dictionary
    Posted to Logos 8 by Harry Hahne on Sat, Jun 1 2019
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