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  • Re: Biblical text moving to other than selected text

    Ok, I start on the home page. I enter Gen. 1:1-31 and press GO. The Passage Guide appears on the left of the screen. In the upper center is where the ESV appears. When the Passage Guide begins to load, Gen. 1:1 is the first verse in that window. Then as the Passage Guide finishes loading, that window moves to the end of the chapter. Why? It seems to
    Posted to Logos 4 by Steven Maunder on Mon, Jun 7 2010
  • Re: Biblical text moving to other than selected text

    I'm not sure what you mean by more precise,but i"ll try. I load a passage guide. In the case of Gen. 1etc. the Scripture shown when it starts loading is the beginning of the passage. By the time it gets done loading the Scripture shown is the end of the passage. Now when I study a passage I usually start at the beginning of said passage. This is not
    Posted to Logos 4 by Steven Maunder on Mon, Jun 7 2010
  • Biblical text moving to other than selected text

    Sometime when I enter a certain text in the passage guide it will initially go to that text, then as it finishes loading it will change. An example is Gen. 1:1-31. When I select this it starts there, then as the passage guide loads it goes to the very end of the passage of scripture. I'm thinking that when a text is selected for study, it would be nice
    Posted to Logos 4 by Steven Maunder on Sat, Jun 5 2010
  • Re: iPad/iPodTouch/iPhone Logos software

    It? If your talking about tapping tapping the Home button 3 times to change background color, of course it's iPad, the iPod is to small for screen background to cause eye irritation.
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Steven Maunder on Fri, May 28 2010
  • Re: iPad/iPodTouch/iPhone Logos software

    I don't get it. There is no reason that I should need to go to iPad settings and change them to use different apps. The settings should be in the app I'm working with, and usually, once set to my liking never need to be touched. Pressing the Home button 3 times on my iPad just makes it go Home, not change to black background.
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Steven Maunder on Fri, May 28 2010
  • Re: iPad/iPodTouch/iPhone Logos software

    White on black may be a little easier on the eyes, but it looks a little weird. Also I'm not sure how some of the charts or colored fonts, Greek fonts etc. would look. Besides this is an iPod setting, which would mess up the appearance of other apps.
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Steven Maunder on Thu, May 27 2010
  • Re: iPad/iPodTouch/iPhone Logos software

    The point is that, say beige, would be easier to look at for long periods of time than bright white. In certain work areas the intensity must be bright enough to cause eye-strain after long usage to make the print easy to read. I probably sound like a Kindle advocate, which I'm not, but if you look at the new "Bible Reader" by Olive Tree you'll see
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Steven Maunder on Sun, May 23 2010
  • Re: iPad/iPodTouch/iPhone Logos software

    I don't know why, but I find no option to change it to swipe to turn. maybe if I put an "Invisible Shield" on the iPad screen it might not be so sensitive that the hair on my fingers will turn the page or activate a function. I would like to be able to set it to swipe to turn only.
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Steven Maunder on Sun, May 23 2010
  • iPad/iPodTouch/iPhone Logos software

    Some one may have mentioned this already, but it would be much easier to us the iPad/Pod Logos program if you had to swipe to turn the page instead of just touch it. I accidentally touch the screen(sometime with the hair on the back of my fingers or hands) and the page turns or something else opens. Olive Tree is much easier to use, though they have
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Steven Maunder on Sun, May 23 2010
  • Re: Amazon Kindle Gearing Up To Take On IPad?

    I don't agree that the Kindle is more readable. Its all in the iPad settings. Besides you need light to read Kindle, right? iPad is perfect for low light reading. If Kindle come out with something that will actually compete with iPad, it will probably read like iPad, but with a different O.S.
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Steven Maunder on Sun, May 23 2010
  • iPad/iPod dual column examples don't work right

    When reading A DISCOURSE GRAMMAR OF THE GREEK NEW TESTAMENT I come to examples, showing the Greek and English side by side, and they aren't there, unless I just turned on my iPad or iPod, and don't rotate it. Once I rotate it all of the side by side examples of what the author is describing disappear, and won't return until I power off my iPad or iPod
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Steven Maunder on Wed, May 19 2010
  • Part of text not showing up

    While reading "A Discourse Grammar of the Greek New Testament: A Practical Introduction for Teaching and Exegesis", on line or off line, when I come to examples from Scripture in Greek and English, the examples are missing from the text; but only sometimes. I'm thinking there is a glitch in the software. Any ideas? Thanks
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Steven Maunder on Thu, May 13 2010
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