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  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    [quote user="Christopher S Macy"] Lol, Mike, Bill the Cat is not absurd! You are right, it would not be that hard to put logos onto Linux. However (in the voice of Snape), that would require programmers for Linux and as BP has pointed out they dont have them! So you want Logos to hire a few programers at about 50k per year each so 1% of their market
    Posted to Suggestions by 777 on Tue, Jun 30 2009
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    [quote user="Nigel Cunningham"] Hi Bob. Another Linux user here (Libronix via VMWare). If you used one of the GUI toolkits like QT that's crossplatform, perhaps that would help you a lot? Regards, Nigel (Logos/Libronix user since I started theological college in 1997) [/quote] I like the way you think. They could also try http://www.wxwidgets.org/ for
    Posted to Suggestions by 777 on Tue, Jun 30 2009
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    [quote user="Christopher S Macy"] I am a user using Windows 7 and Linux also I use to be a programmer for windows. I say this because I have to agree with BP here. They would have to hire more programmers who had the skills needed in Linux programming to take on this task of getting Libronix 3.x working. Also, Libronix utalizes the IE rendering engine
    Posted to Suggestions by 777 on Tue, Jun 30 2009
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    [quote user="Bob Pritchett"] But isn't the beauty of open source the fact that many eyes make all bugs shallow? I'm surprised that the community hasn't risen up and gotten WINE/CodeWeavers working for everything! :-) Sorry, I couldn't help it... I don't know that we actually have that much deep Linux programming experience inhouse, and I also suspect
    Posted to Suggestions by 777 on Sun, Jun 28 2009
  • Re: RefTagger Questions

    Hi Gary, I *did* look at the page in question. Did YOU? After the refTagger script ends you have a slew of ms-added "stuff". ALL OF THE FOLLOWING comes after the refTagger script ends and your closing body tag comes up. I *told* you that FrontPage sometimes moves code. Try going to your web page online and looking at the page source there, huh? I forgive
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by 777 on Mon, Jun 22 2009
  • Re: RefTagger Questions

    Hi Gary, Did you try putting the refTagger code immediately before the closing body tag in your html code for the page? I looked at the source code for the page and it's not right where Logos says to plant it. You may have to do this by hand in FrontPage - I haven't used FrontPage in eons, but I seem to remember that older versions of it like to move
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by 777 on Sun, Jun 21 2009
  • Re: OC or ND

    Hi Todd, Yeah, I do not have these resources, but I do have the ND. Thanks for the tip on how to check. Mike
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by 777 on Sun, Jun 21 2009
  • OC or ND

    Hi, How do I tell if I'm using the OC or ND version of my Original Languages library? I bought the OC and then got an upgrade disk for ND and installed that and afterwards backed up my license. When I re-installed, I just downloaded the .zip install set from the Logos web site and after installing Logos I restored my license. After that I moved all
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by 777 on Sun, Jun 21 2009
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Ubuntu is awesome. The folks at Canonical make the folks at Microsoft look like newbies at tweaking an operating system.
    Posted to Suggestions by 777 on Sun, Jun 21 2009
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    [quote user="ColbyEKinser"] I would love to see a secure online version. That would work on ANY OS, and could be hardened to protect the licenses of the unlocked resources, which is where Logos' legimate money is. Or even have a small, easily-ported agent that runs on various OSes to protect the licenses, if necessary. The world is moving to the cloud
    Posted to Suggestions by 777 on Sun, Jun 21 2009
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    [quote user="MichaelMiles"] And you have evidence that there are more Kindle users than Linux users? What market share does the Kindle have? What market share does the Kindle have amongst Logos employees? Likely more than the Logos employee Linux share, I'll bet. [/quote] Oh, lookie here: http://arstechnica.com/open-source/news/2007/11/linux-on-amazons
    Posted to Suggestions by 777 on Sat, Jun 20 2009
  • Re: RefTagger Questions

    In Google Chrome it also "just works", but each time you use it you get an External Protocol Request popup asking for your permission to launch an unnamed application, which turns out, happliy, to be Libronix. I don't seem to be able to locate a place in the configuration for Chrome to override this, so it's ugly to use in Chrome thus far.
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by 777 on Sat, Jun 20 2009
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    [quote user="Bob Pritchett"] The decision is simply a business one; at this point we don't have any evidence that there's a significant market for a Linux version, which doesn't make the investment worth it. We don't have massive margins, and developing on a new platform costs a pretty large percentage of what developing on the first one costs; I imagine
    Posted to Suggestions by 777 on Sat, Jun 20 2009
  • Re: RefTagger Questions

    If you use Opera it "just works". If you use IE8 it also "just works". If you're using Firefox you must specify the executable that will deal with the libronix protocol, and that executable is C:\Program Files\Libronix DLS\System\LDLSExec.exe, not LDLE.exe.
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by 777 on Sat, Jun 20 2009
  • RefTagger Questions

    Hi, I was just on the refTagger page at logos.com (http://www.logos.com/reftagger) and when I click on the links that are supposed to open my local copy of the Libronix Digital Library and then open the linked resouce all I get is Libronix opening and the resouce (which I have unlocked in my library) doesn't open. When I first tried it on my XP SP3
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by 777 on Sat, Jun 20 2009
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    [quote user="Donovan R. Palmer"] I have read in a number of places that Mac is about 10% of the market share and Linux is 1%.You can look at this website to dig around for what you want: http://marketshare.hitslink.com/operating-system-market-share.aspx?qprid=8 Of course this does not take into account demographics. For example, we know that amongst
    Posted to Suggestions by 777 on Fri, Jun 19 2009
  • Re: Logos User Survey

    There must be more Kindle users than Linux users that want Logos.
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by 777 on Fri, Jun 19 2009
  • Re: What is your most desired missing feature to be included in the next Mac version?

    A Linux port of the Mac program is my most desired missing feature. Thanks for asking!
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by 777 on Fri, Jun 19 2009
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Yes, I agree 100%. I LOVE the Linux operating system and there are some really hard working people writing Bible study software for Linux, but it's not Logos. I have a lot of Logos unlocks and the ONLY reason I run any Windows at all is for Logos. I really wish that Logos had a reader for Linux that worked just like the Windows version does. I keep
    Posted to Suggestions by 777 on Fri, Jun 19 2009
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