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  • touch screen friendly

    Is there any work on making logos for windows touch screen friendly?
    Posted to Logos 8 by Charles Williams on Mon, Jul 22 2019
  • Re: Split screen crash

    The crash happens no matter what light mode, low light or sepia or white, but the unreadable text happens in low light only. My version is 4.5.0 build 412 I have been sending the crash reports regularly.
    Posted to Android Apps by Charles Williams on Fri, Mar 6 2015
  • Re: Split screen crash

    It has been awhile since anyone wrote on this. But something happened and I wanted to add my issue as well. I have a Nexus 7 2013 with 32G storage about half full. My library in Logos is very large. I used to be able to work in English in the top and Greek or Hebrew in the bottom or other such set ups. Suddenly when I try to open something from the
    Posted to Android Apps by Charles Williams on Fri, Mar 6 2015
  • Re: Questions about Logos 5/6 Library to Zotero (best way to organize)

    This is a useful thread and thanks for the comments. The point I was making however is that the accuracy of the data that gets imported into bibliographic software depends on the accuracy of the metadata on each resource file and the accuracy of the bibtex export routine built into Logos. It seems to me that there is a problem in one or both of these
    Posted to General by Charles Williams on Sat, Nov 8 2014
  • Re: Questions about Logos 5/6 Library to Zotero (best way to organize)

    I'm glad you asked this. I use Zotero as well and I have never been very happy about the quality of the Zotero entries when I have imported my Logos library. The citations have been poor and incomplete and with a sizable library this is labor intensive to fix. I am confident that the same poor bibliographic data would also apply to anyone using Endnote
    Posted to General by Charles Williams on Fri, Nov 7 2014
  • Desired resource - Snodgrass' "Parables"

    I would love to see Klyne Snodgrass', Stories with Intent: A Comprehensive Guide to the Parables of Jesus in the Logos library. This is a monumental work in Jesus' parables and would be a great addition to the list of important resources for those who study the Bible. Thanks
    Posted to Suggestions by Charles Williams on Fri, Feb 14 2014
  • Hebrew and Greek keyboard and font in Android

    This may be over the top, but is there any way to be able to type Hebrew and Greek text with something like the Logos Hebrew and Greek keyboards that I use in Windows? In one of my classes right now I use the Logos Hebrew keyboard and the SBL Hebrew font and it works great. The points are perfectly aligned and the accent marks are easy to use. But if
    Posted to Android Apps by Charles Williams on Fri, Oct 25 2013
  • Re: Greek font in L4?

    I was dissatisfied with the L4 Greek font selection as well and tried the command line suggestion to choose Galatia SIL and it worked. Great tip. My problem with the L4 Greek fonts is that they render the accent marks wrong. The circumflex comes out like a tilde. Thanks for this tip. Logos plesae add more Greek fonts to the pull down, including Galatia
    Posted to Logos 4 by Charles Williams on Thu, Mar 18 2010
  • Ability to export or print a clipping file?

    I want to be able to use the material gathered in research into a clipping file, in a sermon or paper or lesson. But I can't find any way to get that material out of the clipping file other than copying the content of each individual cllipping. Is there a way to export it to a word processor or pdf file or spreadsheet or something? Even to an html file
    Posted to Logos 4 by Charles Williams on Fri, Nov 27 2009
  • Thankful for Logos

    I have used Logos for many years now. It has become a trusted companion in my Bible study, teaching preparation and seminary. You guys have had a rough go of it in the release of Logos 4 and I wanted to tell you that I am thankful that not only are you a great company with a great product but you are clearly a group of people who desire to please God
    Posted to General by Charles Williams on Thu, Nov 26 2009
  • Re: missing resources... AGAIN.

    They are not there. None of them come up in the names of the Bibles (ESV, NASB, etc), interlinear, or using the term "reverse."
    Posted to Logos 4 by Charles Williams on Sat, Nov 14 2009
  • Re: missing resources... AGAIN.

    I have the same issue. I owned v3 scholars gold before with a lot of extra books collected over the years. I upgraded to platinum and even some of the books in the platinum version are not there. For example if I look in Library for "reverse"...expecting to get any of the many Reverse Interlinears" it comes up empty. There were at least six in version
    Posted to Logos 4 by Charles Williams on Sat, Nov 14 2009
  • Re: Google Wave Bible study group?

    Wow. That's very gracious Clinton. Thanks. I have not seen it yet but I really appreciate it.
    Posted to General by Charles Williams on Fri, Nov 13 2009
  • Re: Google Wave Bible study group?

    I would love an invite. I've been hoping to get one. My google address is cewilliams3674@gmail.com. Thanks
    Posted to General by Charles Williams on Fri, Nov 13 2009
  • Re: Information window speed

    Well, my machine is a very fast dual core with win 7 and 4 gigs of memory so I'm not sure what I need to do to speed it up. And I'm not sure what you mean by more "power." Working in Greek, for example it provides the BDAG entry, but only part of it. I don't see this as an improvement and the speed drags out translation work a lot. I timed it at 3 to
    Posted to Logos 4 by Charles Williams on Fri, Nov 13 2009
  • Information window speed

    In version 3 when you moused over a word the data in the information window was absolutely instantaneous. Now it takes several seconds for the data to change. Is this normal for version 4? I really hope this gets fixed soon.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Charles Williams on Fri, Nov 13 2009
  • Re: Bibliography for research paper

    Mark, I'm wondering the same thing. This is a very important feature that I hope is just hidden somewhere we haven't found it yet. There is a setting to select which output format but I can't find the way to create the bibliography. I use Zotero for everything like this but you have to be able to get the data out of Logos first.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Charles Williams on Fri, Nov 13 2009
  • Re: Need to improve Logos Maps

    I agree Bible Mapper is good, but one of the great strengths of Logos is the way the resources are integrated. However, this map thing is a systemic weakness in Logos that includes it handling of all types of graphics, not just maps. As far as I can tell maps and charts are not scalable and are rendered in such poor resolution that they are very grainy
    Posted to Suggestions by Charles Williams on Mon, Jun 22 2009
  • Need to improve Logos Maps

    Recently in one of my seminary classes a professor used the BibleWorks Mapping feature, projecting it on the large screen for the class. I was impressed with it's flexibility, and it's rich set of interactive features. The maps were large, detailed, scalable, readable, and there was an enormous set of tools for creating, printing, labeling, coloring
    Posted to Suggestions by Charles Williams on Mon, Jun 22 2009
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