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  • Re: How Do You Input Greek on an Android Device?

    Which version of Android are you using? On 4.4, I went to Settings, Language and Input, then the settings icon next to Google Keyboard. Select Languages. Uncheck Use system language. Go down to Greek and check it. Back out and go to the app. Whenever you type, you'll notice that the spacebar says English. Long-press it, and it will give you a menu of
    Posted to Android Apps by Paul Jansen on Mon, Aug 31 2015
  • Re: BACKING UP MY RESOURCE FOLDER TO PC

    Unfortunately, it's not going to quite work that way. I've just done some experimenting. You can copy all of the files and their folders onto a computer. However, if you wipe your app and want to reinstall everything, just moving the folders where they were before won't do anything. You have to tell Logos to fetch the resource in order for it to think
    Posted to Android Apps by Paul Jansen on Wed, Aug 12 2015
  • Re: Getting older versions of resources

    Update: I have KJV, NIV84, and Book of Concord working. The resource backups I have for NA27 don't work. I didn't have backups for BDAG and HALOT. (My backup folders were empty.) I'm happy with where I'm at, and hope this info helps people. It would still be cool to find old versions of these other resources. If anyone finds a repository from Logos
    Posted to Android Apps by Paul Jansen on Wed, Aug 12 2015
  • Re: Getting older versions of resources

    Bingo. I figured it out. I'll explain below, but first the original question stands for those who want to hold on to old builds. Is there a place to get old versions of files? Now, here's what I did. I downloaded the NIV to make it available offline. It created a folder LLS_1.0.10. In that folder was a folder called 2014-10-30T03_55_23Z-(bunch of numbers
    Posted to Android Apps by Paul Jansen on Wed, Aug 12 2015
  • Re: Getting older versions of resources

    That's a great question. I'll try to clarify. There are two different error messages. When the resource is not downloaded, I get " An unknown error occurred opening resource." When I download the resource, it says, "Could not open offline resource." ---------------------------------------------------------- I've been doing a little more digging, and
    Posted to Android Apps by Paul Jansen on Wed, Aug 12 2015
  • Getting older versions of resources

    Is there a way to get an older version of a resource? I know for the desktop version, there is an ftp site. Anything similar for Android resources? And if so, is there a way to refresh the library to recognize them? Please don't chalk this up to a "we don't support E-Ink devices." I get that. But I've been running the Android App on a rooted Nook Simple
    Posted to Android Apps by Paul Jansen on Wed, Aug 12 2015
  • Setting 3 default fonts in notes: English Greek Hebrew

    I have set my Logos 4.6b (Win 8) to have my favorite fonts in resources for English, Greek and Hebrew. The Greek (and Hebrew) required using the command: Set Greek Font to {Font Name}. (Swap "Greek" for "Hebrew" to take care of the other.) I set the default note font to match my favorite English font. (I've also left it as "Default." I wonder if this
    Posted to Logos 4 by Paul Jansen on Mon, Feb 25 2013
  • Re: I can't save the workspace in windows 8.

    The IE9 patch found here worked. The Lectionary Viewer is working again and search results are behaving properly. Thanks for the help.
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Paul Jansen on Sat, Jan 5 2013
  • Re: I can't save the workspace in windows 8.

    I just picked up a Windows 8 machine and didn't bother to check into L3 compatibility. I installed 3.0g off of a disc, and copied my resources over from my old machine through a network. I copied over my note files and settings, and everything looked great at first. I was able to save workspaces and load them using the icon in the toolbar. Searches
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Paul Jansen on Sat, Jan 5 2013
  • Re: Where can I get Logo Bible v1.1.3.apk?

    A quick tip. If you have an old version of a resource, you can still make it work. The latest version of the NIV will not open on my Nook Simple Touch running 1.1.3, build 43. However, I had an older version downloaded to my Motorola phone on the Logos app there. I checked the resource info on the NIV, found the folder name, and copied the info from
    Posted to Android Apps by Paul Jansen on Tue, Dec 18 2012
  • Re: Default Bible version

    [quote user="Graham Criddle"]Sorry but, at the moment, I don't believe that Logos 4 prioritization is synchronised to mobile devices.[/quote] Yet Dave Hooten and MJ. Smith claim in this post that it is, as does every post that deals with setting default Bibles for mobile devices. In this post , David Hooten says [quote user="David Hooten"] This depends
    Posted to Android Apps by Paul Jansen on Tue, Jan 10 2012
  • Re: Default Bible version

    This is not getting answered. I am running L3 and L4 side by side. L4 took too many rich features away, so I stick with L3. I purchased the side-grade almost 2 years ago. in L4, I prioritized books to have NIV84 first, then NASB, then ESV, a lectionary, then BDAG, HAL, BDB, etc. However when I jump to a verse on any mobile device, whether my Samsung
    Posted to Android Apps by Paul Jansen on Mon, Jan 9 2012
  • Re: Nook or Kindle

    There's one other feature for logos users that I don't think you'll find on a Kindle. Both the original Nook and the Nook Color have web browsing. Though the e-ink web browser is clunky, I can use it to access certain books from library.logos.com or biblia.com and view them on an e-ink instead of backlit screen. I love it for those longer reads, though
    Posted to General by Paul Jansen on Wed, May 25 2011
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