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  • The future of Logos: is it fast?

    I hope so. Below is an article that summarizes how I feel about the current slowness of Logos. The sluggishness of Logos and speediness of Accordance would be perfect examples of the points he makes. Here's the opening paragraph: "I love fast software. That is, software speedy both in function and interface. Software with minimal to no lag between wanting
    Posted to General by phrogger on Mon, Jul 29 2019
  • Re: obtrusive pop up killing my hebrew reading vibe

    Thanks! That works. Love it when things work.
    Posted to Logos 8 by phrogger on Sun, Jul 28 2019
  • obtrusive pop up killing my hebrew reading vibe

    Where is the option to turn off this particular pop-up? "(a) indicates that a is...."
    Posted to Logos 8 by phrogger on Fri, Jul 26 2019
  • Re: Collection of Creeds and Confessions

    Thanks everyone! I've been eyeing Schaff's Creeds for a while, and decided to pick it up.
    Posted to General by phrogger on Fri, Jul 26 2019
  • Collection of Creeds and Confessions

    What's the biggest or best Logos resource for creeds and confessions? Just today I was looking to see if I had something in my collection with that included the Thirty-Nine Articles -- nope.
    Posted to General by phrogger on Mon, Jul 22 2019
  • Re: Need for Speed (mostly what this post is about) with a couple suggestions

    Thanks for your reply, Bradley! By "instantly," I mean faster than I can get my finger off the button I just pressed. Instant-enough. I'm sure there's stuff out there about when lag time becomes noticeable and annoying for users vs. when it's fast enough. Like, as I'm typing this, the letters are appearing "instantly." I think 1 or 2 seconds is a problem
    Posted to Logos 8 by phrogger on Wed, Jan 30 2019
  • Re: Need for Speed (mostly what this post is about) with a couple suggestions

    Thanks, Mark. I appreciate your response. I mean, I really don't know these things, but when I hear about people needing fast computers it's typically for gaming or video editing, not database processing. And you almost lost me with the mention of SQL Server Management Studio. I had to look it up. I agree — Logos is light years ahead of that thing
    Posted to Logos 8 by phrogger on Wed, Jan 30 2019
  • Re: Need for Speed (mostly what this post is about) with a couple suggestions

    🙂 I probably will need help getting them. My hesitation has been that I really don't think it's the job of the user to fix the app for the developer. I do appreciate the kind offers to help, David T. and others. And even though I hope my puny comments might influence development plans for L9 or L10, in reality, I want Logos to run faster THIS WEEK
    Posted to Logos 8 by phrogger on Tue, Jan 29 2019
  • Re: Need for Speed (mostly what this post is about) with a couple suggestions

    Isolated? It seems like there's been quite a lot of people over the years that admit that Logos is not "snappy." Logos is slow. And I don't even care if it's slow for complicated searches. I care that it's slow doing very basic things that all other apps do instantly .
    Posted to Logos 8 by phrogger on Tue, Jan 29 2019
  • Re: Need for Speed (mostly what this post is about) with a couple suggestions

    Thanks, GaoLu, I don't use iTunes much (Spotify is my go to), but I opened it and gave it a try for a few minutes. I didn't notice much that seemed slow. Mouse clicks registered, menus opened and closed instantly. I did notice that some resources took a half second to open, but I think that's because they're not stored locally on my computer. Yes, snappy
    Posted to Logos 8 by phrogger on Tue, Jan 29 2019
  • Re: Need for Speed (mostly what this post is about) with a couple suggestions

    Thanks Mark. I appreciate the dialogue. [quote user="Mark Barnes"]Certain apps will also be designed to push the limits of currently available hardware. Games are the obvious example. Video-editing is another. And database servers are a third.[/quote] Great examples — Logos is none of those. It's doing nothing that should push the limits of hardware
    Posted to Logos 8 by phrogger on Tue, Jan 29 2019
  • Re: Need for Speed (mostly what this post is about) with a couple suggestions

    I'd be interested to know what using Logos is like on an iPad Pro. I can't imagine the mobile version of Logos could be slow, as well. There's even less tolerance for slow apps in iOS. Maybe this is a generational thing. What's the average age of a Logos user? Like one user said, speed is relative. What's fast for one user might be slow for another
    Posted to Logos 8 by phrogger on Fri, Jan 25 2019
  • Re: Need for Speed (mostly what this post is about) with a couple suggestions

    Hi Dave, Thanks for responding to my post! You're right, it's not about having fast computers. Before this, I had a slow MacBook Air — Logos ran dog-slow on that, too. The Mac users I'd love to hear from are former Accordance users who now use Logos for their work—meaning they need it to perform well, within certain time constraints and
    Posted to Logos 8 by phrogger on Fri, Jan 25 2019
  • Re: Need for Speed (mostly what this post is about) with a couple suggestions

    [quote user="Mike Binks"]Logs?[/quote] I'm not really interested in being a beta-tester. I think what I'm asking for is a culture change at FaithLife. Make your app as fast as your competitor's.
    Posted to Logos 8 by phrogger on Fri, Jan 25 2019
  • Re: Logos. I give up.

    David, DO NOT UPGRADE TO THAT LATEST COMPUTER! I did just that, spent $2k mostly because I thought a new computer would be fast enough to run Logos — it's not. A 2018 MacBook Pro Touchbar Quadcore 16GB is not fast enough to run L8 well . By "not fast enough," I mean Logos runs slower than any other app on my new MacBook. Painfully slow. Constantly
    Posted to Logos 8 by phrogger on Fri, Jan 25 2019
  • Re: Logos. I give up.

    The first thing that people think of when people talk about how slow Logos is, is searches. When I mean slow, I mean the scrolling stutters, double clicks wait a second to respond, menu button presses lag, right button presses don't respond because it's thinking about something else, annoying pop-ups cover half the screen and won't disappear immediately
    Posted to Logos 8 by phrogger on Fri, Jan 25 2019
  • Re: Need for Speed (mostly what this post is about) with a couple suggestions

    Mark B. and others, I appreciate that you've taken the time to respond! I've run at least two versions of Logos across at least two machines, with many updates in between — all slow — so I have a hard time thinking it's some wrong config on my machine. Especially with all the other complaints of general Logos speed problems. We are really
    Posted to Logos 8 by phrogger on Fri, Jan 25 2019
  • Need for Speed (mostly what this post is about) with a couple suggestions

    Another day, another hour wasted trying figure out how to fix something that's not working as it should in Logos. Only to get to the end of that hour and find out in a forum that this has been a problem for nearly a decade, and no one's wiling to fix it. I'm spending a lot of money every month paying off Logos, and will continue to... ...but I'm sure
    Posted to Logos 8 by phrogger on Thu, Jan 24 2019
  • Re: Keyboard Shortcuts for "Prior location" and "Next location"?

    Thanks, Fredc! I found it in the Mac list. Unfortunately, it's another example of how slow Logos is. Why is everything so sluggish?
    Posted to Logos 8 by phrogger on Fri, Jan 18 2019
  • Keyboard Shortcuts for "Prior location" and "Next location"?

    Does anyone know the keyboard Shortcuts for "Prior location" and "Next location"? What I mean is, the keyboard shortcuts for arrows in the top right of the screen. Thanks!
    Posted to Logos 8 by phrogger on Thu, Jan 17 2019
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