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  • Re: Logos and Kindle

    [quote user="Floyd Johnson"]I suggests that the newest version of OmniPage can "print" to the Kindle. Has any body tried this?[/quote] As George was saying in another post. The EULA of electronic books do not allow you to convert the text from one format to another format (to a pdf, MS Word, Kindle,...). This is because you do not 'buy' an electronic
    Posted to Suggestions by Peter Covert on Sun, Jul 12 2009
  • Re: Product Addition Needed / Wanted

    [quote user="tom collinge"] [quote user="JimDean"]I also know of software that can do this. I guess that prior posts may not have been clear enough, so please forgive my bluntness: Making unauthorized copies of copyrighted material is illegal. It is theft. Scripture speaks plainly on these issues. Moderators, please step in and remove any suggestions
    Posted to Suggestions by Peter Covert on Sun, Jul 12 2009
  • Re: Notes Files Suggestion/PLEA

    [quote user="JackCaviness"] [quote user="Bob Pritchett"] think we'll also see changes in our workflows simply in response to the technology. Improved searching may, for example, make linking a quote to it's source become less important. If you can search for the text of the quote in a keystroke or two, and find it in a second or two, why would you clutter
    Posted to Suggestions by Peter Covert on Sun, Jul 12 2009
  • Re: Notes Files Suggestion/PLEA

    [quote user="George Somsel"] [quote user="Peter Covert"] [quote user="George Somsel"]Open Office does get the job done, but it's about as clunky as it is possible to be. I'll be happy to be rid of it.[/quote] George, I am not a big fan of O.O., but it is better than our note system. I think that I do not like O.O. is because I am not use to it. I complained
    Posted to Suggestions by Peter Covert on Mon, Jul 6 2009
  • Re: Notes Files Suggestion/PLEA

    [quote user="George Somsel"]Open Office does get the job done, but it's about as clunky as it is possible to be. I'll be happy to be rid of it.[/quote] George, I am not a big fan of O.O., but it is better than our note system. I think that I do not like O.O. is because I am not use to it. I complained when Microsoft change the UI with MS Office 2007
    Posted to Suggestions by Peter Covert on Mon, Jul 6 2009
  • Re: Which Commentaries do you use most in Logos?

    [quote user="Aaron"] [quote user="Peter Covert"] Hermeneia, Harper's Bible Commentary, Interpretation: A Bible Commentary for Teaching and Preaching, and Word Biblical Commentary [/quote] Peter, I have been looking for the Interpretation commentary for Logos and have not been able to find it. You have it? [/quote] Yes, I do have Interpretation commentary
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Peter Covert on Fri, Jul 3 2009
  • Re: Which Commentaries do you use most in Logos?

    Hermeneia, Harper's Bible Commentary, Interpretation: A Bible Commentary for Teaching and Preaching, and Word Biblical Commentary
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Peter Covert on Tue, Jun 23 2009
  • Re: What do you think of web forums instead of newsgroups?

    Bob, have you heard of Google wave? I think this will be better than NG and forums. Here are a couple of links: http://wave.google.com/ and http://wave.google.com/help/wave/about.html . I believe it address all of the issues that people have mentioned here in this forum and in the newsgroups.
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Peter Covert on Tue, Jun 9 2009
  • Re: Rich client vs. web applications for Bible study

    As much as I do not like it, cloud computing is coming. It is coming because of the advantages it has. The one main drawback is that you need a good internet connection. In the next five years, I believe that we will be able to do everything through our internet browser that we can do with our client software. In the following ten years, cloud computing
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Peter Covert on Tue, Jun 9 2009
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