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  • Re: What are your Top 5 Bible Translations in 2021 and why?

    1. NIV (2011) 2. ESV 3. NLT 4. CSB 5. LEB
    Posted to General by Mike Prewitt on Tue, Jan 5 2021
  • Re: Logos and the MacBook Air M1, compared to a maxed out 2019 MacBook Pro 16"

    [quote user="Wilson Hines"] Here's some info on my MBP M1 for indexing. 16 GB/RAM; 1 TB SSD 9,025 Resources indexed. 1hr:46min = Complete [/quote] That's very similar to my results using the same M1 configuration: Indexing of the 9,751 resources took 1 hour and 42 minutes.
    Posted to General by Mike Prewitt on Thu, Dec 17 2020
  • Re: M1 Mac Chip Compatibility

    [quote user="Mark Nolette"] I'm on the Big Sur 11.1 beta. Scrolling the homepage and working with such features as Psalms Explorer is much smoother now. I mention this because some people found the homepage unusable on the M1 Mac. Looks like Apple is addressing some of these issues on their end, even if not deliberately for us! [/quote] Yep, macOS Big
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Mike Prewitt on Tue, Dec 15 2020
  • Re: M1 Mac Chip Compatibility

    I wanted to compare the time it takes to index when new resources are added. So I bought 3 new resources and ran a comparison with three devices. They are all running Logos 9.1 on macOS Big Sur 11.0.1 2019 27-inch iMac with Retina 5K display, 3.6GHz 8-core 9th-generation Intel Core i9 processor, 16GB 2666MHz DDR4 memory, Radeon Pro 580X with 8GB of
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Mike Prewitt on Fri, Dec 11 2020
  • Re: M1 Mac Chip Compatibility

    I finally received my new 13" MacBook Pro with Apple M1, 16-GB, and 1-TB SSD. I installed Logos 9.1 on to macOS Big Sur 11.0.1. Unlike my other Macs, this 2020 model supports WiFi 6, and since I recently upgraded my home to WiFi 6 (Linksys Velop AX5300), I was hoping for the initial download of the 38.6-GB of resources to run faster. After all, Speedtest
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Mike Prewitt on Fri, Dec 11 2020
  • Re: Mobile Ed Videos cannot be played unless Content Scaling is set to 100%

    [quote user="Philana R. Crouch"] This has been fixed in 9.1. [/quote] Yes, it has. THANK YOU!
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Mike Prewitt on Wed, Dec 9 2020
  • Re: M1 Mac Chip Compatibility

    [quote user="Phil Gons (Faithlife)"] There are two viable pathways: Mono adds native support (6–12 mos. ???). .NET 6 adds native support (12–18 mos.). [/quote] Thanks for providing initial development estimates. These are the estimates for when the runtime and tools will natively support Apple Silicon on a Mac. I would assume there would
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Mike Prewitt on Sat, Nov 28 2020
  • Re: M1 Mac Chip Compatibility

    [quote user="Matthew Speakes"] Anyway, I tried several Bible software apps/solutions before committing to Logos. Logos was the most expensive and by far the slowest on Mac, with Accordance being the fastest, and Olive Tree being the most user-friendly, but I chose Logos because I get more out of the Logos platform. No offense to folks that love other
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Mike Prewitt on Sat, Nov 28 2020
  • Re: M1 Mac Chip Compatibility

    [quote user="PetahChristian"] For me, it’s all about screen real estate. At most, you have a split view in the iPad app. To see a different pane, you have to swipe the current pane offscreen. On the desktop, there are many visible panes laid out in an arrangement of our choosing. Bible, Information tool, Factbook, Notes, Bible word study, Highlighters
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Mike Prewitt on Sat, Nov 28 2020
  • Re: M1 Mac Chip Compatibility

    [quote user="Matthew Speakes"] I'm way out of my level of competence here, but it seems that FL is in a much weaker starting position than many other software publishers who are easily making the move to optimized M1 apps. Perhaps it's because Logos is a Windows-first app and the third party development tools used by FL are not as flexible for Mac development
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Mike Prewitt on Sat, Nov 28 2020
  • Re: M1 Mac Chip Compatibility

    [quote user="Phil Gons (Faithlife)"] Which is more important to you, Logos 9 Mac native on M1 or the iPad app with all the features it's missing? What features are missing for you? [/quote] For me, I would prioritize Logos running natively on an Apple Silicon Mac over enhancements to the Logos app on the iPad.
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Mike Prewitt on Fri, Nov 27 2020
  • Re: Logos and the MacBook Air M1, compared to a maxed out 2019 MacBook Pro 16"

    [quote user="mab"] https://9to5mac.com/2020/11/24/m1-mac-external-display-workaround/ [/quote] On the other hand... https://appleinsider.com/articles/20/11/24/m1-mac-mini-can-drive-six-displays-with-peripherals---but-you-shouldnt-bother
    Posted to General by Mike Prewitt on Tue, Nov 24 2020
  • Re: Logos and the MacBook Air M1, compared to a maxed out 2019 MacBook Pro 16"

    Another extremely positive review of the Mac Air M1: https://www.cultofmac.com/728477/m1-macbook-air-review/
    Posted to General by Mike Prewitt on Tue, Nov 24 2020
  • Re: Logos and the MacBook Air M1, compared to a maxed out 2019 MacBook Pro 16"

    [quote user="Gregory Lawhorn"] [quote user="Mike Prewitt"] More RAM doesn't make your machine faster. But it helps you run more apps and switch back and forth with less paging to the SSD. So, the 16-MB model would do better at running multiple apps, which the guy in the video doesn't test. [/quote] "The Guy In The Video" [/quote] I was referring to
    Posted to General by Mike Prewitt on Mon, Nov 23 2020
  • Re: Logos and the MacBook Air M1, compared to a maxed out 2019 MacBook Pro 16"

    [quote user="Dan Lioy, Ph.D."] For those debating between the 13” MBP w/ 8 gigs vs. 16 gigs of RAM, the following video comparison is informative: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PP1_4wek4nI [/quote] More RAM doesn't make your machine faster. But it helps you run more apps and switch back and forth with less paging to the SSD. So, the 16-MB model
    Posted to General by Mike Prewitt on Mon, Nov 23 2020
  • Re: Logos and the MacBook Air M1, compared to a maxed out 2019 MacBook Pro 16"

    [quote user="Wilson Hines"] Gregory, et al., because of this and a couple other great threads on here, I did a thing today.... I struggled quite a bit with the 1 TB versus 512 GB. I currently have a 2014 i7 15" MBP and it's got 8 GB and 256 GB which the 256 is maxed out. I felt like doubling to 512 would be practical, but in the long term, I think to
    Posted to General by Mike Prewitt on Sun, Nov 22 2020
  • Re: Apple Silicon

    A nice summary of the Apple M1 Macs (with several review videos and benchmarking) is available at: https://9to5mac.com/2020/11/17/apple-m1-mac-reviews/
    Posted to General by Mike Prewitt on Sun, Nov 22 2020
  • Re: Logos and the MacBook Air M1, compared to a maxed out 2019 MacBook Pro 16"

    A nice summary of the Apple M1 Macs (with several review videos and benchmarking) is available at: https://9to5mac.com/2020/11/17/apple-m1-mac-reviews/
    Posted to General by Mike Prewitt on Sun, Nov 22 2020
  • Re: Observation on Silicon Macs

    [quote user="mab"] This looks like it might serve some folks. Not cheap, but if you need to tether a new Mac. https://www.macworld.com/article/3597053/corsair-tbt100-thunderbolt-3-dock-review.html [/quote] This looks more to my liking: https://appleinsider.com/articles/20/11/19/owc-unveils-thunderbolt-hub-with-multiple-thunderbolt-3-ports
    Posted to General by Mike Prewitt on Fri, Nov 20 2020
  • Re: Apple Silicon

    I currently run Logos 9 on macOS 11 Big Sur on two 2019 Intel-based Macs and it runs very well on both of them. 27-inch iMac with Retina 5K display, 3.6GHz 8-core 9th-generation Intel Core i9 processor w/Turbo Boost up to 5.0GHz, 16GB 2666MHz DDR4 memory, Radeon Pro 580X with 8GB of GDDR5 memory, 1TB SSD storage 15-inch MacBook Pro, 2.3GHz 8-core 9th
    Posted to General by Mike Prewitt on Fri, Nov 20 2020
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