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  • Re: Who Teaches with Logos Open and Projected

    The ones who do this regularly with Logos projected, I'd love to talk more to you about this. If you are willing, would you send me a message kevin AT kevinpurcell_DOT_ORG
    Posted to General by Kevin A. Purcell on Yesterday
  • Who Teaches with Logos Open and Projected

    Was wondering if anyone here teaches Bible study or classes using Logos on a computer and projects that while they are teaching the class?
    Posted to General by Kevin A. Purcell on Wed, Jan 17 2018
  • Re: Chromebook

    Hi[quote user="Nate Cress"]I'm sorry to have to disagree, but this argument that web apps can't handle all that Proclaim or Logos does isn't much of an argument. If we're talking about Proclaim's advanced features for live video and moving backgrounds, then you may have a point.[/quote] That's exactly what I meant.
    Posted to Proclaim: Church Presentation Software by Kevin A. Purcell on Fri, Jan 12 2018
  • Re: Chromebook

    I don't think that a webapp could handle all the Proclaim does. BTW Logos Web App for their Bible study pales in comparison to the desktop app too. Their sturggling to get syncing notes done. If you really want presentation software for your Chromebook with Android apps check out LyricsPro. They are promising a webapp sometime this year. Not affiliated
    Posted to Proclaim: Church Presentation Software by Kevin A. Purcell on Fri, Jan 12 2018
  • Re: Chromebook

    [quote user="Nate Cress"]As far as using Windows to fire up Logos 7 for "serious" study, I don't see why Logos couldn't also build their Logos Cloud app out with all the same features as the Windows app. The web is more powerful than ever before.[/quote] While the web is more powerful, it's not quite powerful enough to handle all the detailed features
    Posted to Proclaim: Church Presentation Software by Kevin A. Purcell on Fri, Jan 12 2018
  • Re: Did the recent iPad update disable...

    BAsed on your other post I assume you know the answer. It has the reference but not the verse numbers.
    Posted to Mobile Reader Apps by Kevin A. Purcell on Wed, Jan 10 2018
  • Re: Merry Christmas, Copy and Paste with References is Here!

    All they have to do is add verse numbers. You get the reference, but not the verse numbers.
    Posted to Mobile Reader Apps by Kevin A. Purcell on Wed, Jan 10 2018
  • Re: Bible Reference Scanner

    [quote user="GailB"]Could you point me to any info on how to scan docs on the desktop app? I've tried searching, but I must be using the wrong words. (I'm using a Mac, if that makes any difference.) [/quote] This doesn't work on the desktop app AFAIK. They only put it in the mobile app.
    Posted to Mobile Reader Apps by Kevin A. Purcell on Wed, Jan 10 2018
  • Re: Merry Christmas, Copy and Paste with References is Here!

    [quote user="MWW"]My biggest frustration with Logos/FaithLife is this lack of a scripture reference in the copy function of the Mobile app. That functionality is my number 1 need and complaint. [/quote] It's not my number one complaint, but it certainly is ridiculous that this many years in and this is still not a thing. There are some very basic functions
    Posted to Mobile Reader Apps by Kevin A. Purcell on Thu, Jan 4 2018
  • Re: Monthly LN Free Book Recommendations

    I went to hear Walt Kaiser speak on Ezekiel at The Cover in Asheville, NC in 2016 and have been planning to do a study through the book. Starting this year so I picked up this commentary: https://www.logos.com/product/33162/preachers-homiletic-commentary-ezekiel
    Posted to Logos Now by Kevin A. Purcell on Tue, Jan 2 2018
  • Re: Completely Lost on Appeal of Tabbed Reading

    [quote user="Christopher Peck"] Is there a way, or are there plans, to synchronize the tabs between iPhone and iPad? [/quote] Someone suggested this in another thread and I said it should happen that way and then someone else said it should not, so unfortunately, this is a complex idea because we users are not in agreement on how this should work. To
    Posted to Mobile Reader Apps by Kevin A. Purcell on Sat, Dec 23 2017
  • Re: Notes and where are they?

    [quote user="Phil Gons (Faithlife)"] [quote user="Robert Bigouette"] I created a note in the web app. When I got home, it wasn’t on the desktop app. Nor the iPad app. Where they be? Halp! [/quote] Be on the lookout for an invitation to join a private beta of the new notes integration into the desktop app. [/quote] I’d like one too please
    Posted to Logos Web App by Kevin A. Purcell on Fri, Dec 22 2017
  • Re: 6.0.1 Android Beta feature request: Linked tab series navigation

    And someone from FL said it would be added in the next beta.
    Posted to Mobile Reader Apps (Beta) by Kevin A. Purcell on Wed, Dec 20 2017
  • Re: CSB Study Bible Note is in Pre-Pub

    [quote user="Michael S."] I wonder, with the ESV Study Bible notes, what would I really gain with this one? Thoughts anyone? [/quote] Another perspective and tied to the CSB instead of ESV.
    Posted to General by Kevin A. Purcell on Wed, Dec 20 2017
  • Re: Android Reader Suite 6.0.1 Stable Release Notes

    [quote user="Mark Barnes"] [quote user="Kevin A. Purcell"]I like the new interface, but as a friend pointed out, using the word tabs means you can usually see the tabs on the screen.[/quote] There was debate about the terminology during the beta. But the usage of the word 'tabs' is definitely consistent with the way in which Apple use the term in Safari
    Posted to Mobile Reader Apps by Kevin A. Purcell on Mon, Dec 18 2017
  • Re: New Tabs

    [quote user="alabama24"] [quote user="Kevin A. Purcell"]Should NOT be.[/quote] FIFY. I would agree with you if FL implemented the idea of PROJECTS. Otherwise, the things I am viewing on one device should be unrelated to what I am viewing on another. The devices themselves meet different needs and therefore are used differently. [/quote] For clarity
    Posted to Mobile Reader Apps by Kevin A. Purcell on Mon, Dec 18 2017
  • A Web Browser Integrated into Bible Software

    It is interesting that a competitor to Logos now gives me the ability to view the Logos Web App in their program using a new built-in web browser.
    Posted to Logos Web App by Kevin A. Purcell on Sun, Dec 17 2017
  • Re: Android Reader Suite 6.0.1 Stable Release Notes

    [quote user="Faithlife Announcements"]- Tabbed Browsing: Open multiple books, tools and documents in tabs and navigate between them[/quote] I like the new interface, but as a friend pointed out, using the word tabs means you can usually see the tabs on the screen. He didn't like the terminology. I do, but wish I could show the actual tabs on a larger
    Posted to Mobile Reader Apps by Kevin A. Purcell on Sun, Dec 17 2017
  • Re: New Tabs

    [quote user="Graham Criddle"] Hi Nelson - and welcome to the forums [quote user="Nelson Rivera"]When I open tabs that I have created on my iPhone, they do not syncronise with my iPad, am I missing a setting?[/quote] No - they aren't designed to sync across devices. Or at least I haven't seen any discussion of that. Graham [/quote] Should be.
    Posted to Mobile Reader Apps by Kevin A. Purcell on Sun, Dec 17 2017
  • Re: Extremely Frustrated

    They get you coming and going. They should include up front a list of all books needed like ... you know ... a real course at a school would do in a syllabus.
    Posted to General by Kevin A. Purcell on Sun, Dec 17 2017
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