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  • Replacing a bad resource file?

    Hi, friends. I seem to have one bad resource file. The book is 1001 Illustrations that Connect. Whenever I try to open it, Logos 4 crashes and must be restarted. In the past, I could simply download the file from Products and replace it. How do I replace this resource now? Many thanks.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Rob Suggs on Sun, Mar 18 2012
  • Re: Replacing a bad resource file?

    Suggestion was great, but the new file is also crashing the program! In other words, I hid it, unhid it, Logos indeed redownloaded the file, and I've tried opening it twice and got the crash. I guess this will be one for customer support.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Rob Suggs on Sun, Mar 18 2012
  • Re: Replacing a bad resource file?

    Rosie, I think you may be right. I'm on the beta program for Logos, and it wouldn't surprise me if this is something that hasn't been caught yet. I'm going to try Room4's suggestion also.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Rob Suggs on Mon, Mar 19 2012
  • Why can't I see Lexham in Logos?

    I have ordered the new Lexham English Bible for Logos 4. It is, of course, free. The order went through, and I closed and reopened Logos. Nothing. Much later, still nothing. I also can't seem to see Lexham in Biblia.com. Am I missing something? From what I can tell, the translation should be available in Logos 4. I'm sure there's a simple answer to
    Posted to General by Rob Suggs on Sun, Aug 26 2012
  • Re: Why can't I see Lexham in Logos?

    Thanks, Dave. Just not happenin' for me, after many reopenings, sync nows, and update nows. Lexham is a no-show, though I do have the Logos version of the Lexham Bible Dictionary that came with the Faithlife Study Bible.
    Posted to General by Rob Suggs on Mon, Aug 27 2012
  • Re: Windows 8 login screen

    I'm in 8.1 preview, and as I've said in other threads, the verse of the day is stuck in my lock screen and cannot be taken out. It also seems to alternate two or three verses. I'm thinking it's a Win 8.1 thing.
    Posted to Windows Store Apps by Rob Suggs on Wed, Aug 14 2013
  • Re: 5 Reasons Why E-Books Aren’t There Yet

    The original article certainly isn't convincing to me. E-books have arrived, and the fellow had to really stretch to come up with some of those. I'm reading far more than ever before because of my Kindle. I talk to those people who sniff and say they have to have "a real book," but three months later, i meet them and they've come around. There is nothing
    Posted to General by Rob Suggs on Sat, Jun 4 2011
  • Re: Verse of the Day stuck in my lock screen

    See my explanation in the other thread. Way back when I first got the problem, yes, I uninstalled the program, and the verse still appeared. I reinstalled it and selected a different lock screen option, and the verse still appeared. Uninstalled Verse of the Day again. Months later, that verse is still in my lock screen. Hard to be mad at a Bible verse
    Posted to Windows Store Apps by Rob Suggs on Sat, Oct 19 2013
  • Re: Verse of the Day stuck in my lock screen

    Thanks, David. And I want to add that Logos really shined throughout this. The Verse of the Day sticking was an 8.1 Preview issue, not a Logos issue, and I believe the SDK was not made public by Microsoft. Once I did the final 8.1 upgrade, I then clicked on the old (now empty) icon on my desktop for Logos, and everything reinstalled very smoothly from
    Posted to Windows Store Apps by Rob Suggs on Mon, Nov 4 2013
  • Bible discussions in Faithlife groups

    I'm working toward getting Internet Bible studies going in our church, where there are many people who can't physically attend a weekly in-home group. To me that seems like an exciting opportunity. I have a question about a feature, but it's not a huge problem--there's a workaround but it could be better. We have a Faithlife group set up for our church
    Posted to Faithlife Groups / Faithlife.com by Rob Suggs on Mon, Mar 7 2016
  • My L4 is definitely faster than a couple of weeks ago

    I know I'm not the only one. I've seen at least one other mention of this on the forum. It seems as if Logos 4, which a few weeks ago was a bit glacial in speed, has picked up in speed. Not perky, mind you, but workable. I confess I had gone back to L3 to a large extent, but now, just after I ordered a new and speedy laptop, my older laptop is doing
    Posted to Logos 4 by Rob Suggs on Thu, Jan 14 2010
  • Re: ESV Study Notes

    I actually got the full ESV Study Bible--Scripture and all the notes--for 10 dollars. On Kindle. I was shocked it would be sold for this low a price, and I jumped on it. Very good functionality, too. You read the Bible and the notes are hyperlinked to each verse. Works great. I would bet there are a few features missing but most of the good stuff is
    Posted to General by Rob Suggs on Tue, Feb 2 2010
  • Logos Resources as "New Media," dynamic rather than static

    The frequent resource updates got me to thinking. I saw that a couple of my commentaries and references were about to be "updated," and I assume that this is the tweaking of old content to jibe with a new kind of Logos software. But I wonder when the books themselves will become more dynamic and behave more like firmware? I remember how thrilled I was
    Posted to General by Rob Suggs on Tue, Feb 16 2010
  • Re: Bible reading plan--RESOURCE reading plan

    This kind of thread is inevitable, I feel. And will probably become only more prevalent. I've been reading newsgroups and forums for a number of years, and it's impossible to discuss the blandest of topics without nuclear war escalating. (Original sin, you know.) The written word loses the nuances of physical conversation, and for whatever reason, we
    Posted to Suggestions by Rob Suggs on Wed, Jul 1 2009
  • Beyond the Valley of the Bible Geeks

    Like many of you, I lead a small Bible study group every week. I'm a great believer in growing new leaders, so I frequently ask different members of the group to lead an inductive study. Of course, I help them with a little material from my Logos library--a commentary snippet here, the passage from a couple of other translations, a Bible dictionary
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Rob Suggs on Fri, Jun 19 2009
  • Re: Eugene Peterson paraphrase

    I recently preached Psalm 1. Its beginning in an accurate translation is fabulous, suggesting the process of walking, standing, and sitting in the way of wickedness. (Ps. 1:1) That preaches beautifully, as we show our listeners the spiritual restlessness of moving toward sin until we are settled in it--as against being "like a tree planted by streams
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Rob Suggs on Wed, Jun 24 2009
  • Re: Beyond the Valley of the Bible Geeks

    Very good discussion here, and very helpful. I didn't know about the Nelson Ultimate thing. I'm going to definitely look into that. I think most of you seem to agree with my point--we want our people to expand their borders into the riches of God's Word. We want them to become fully-fledged Bible Geeks like us, not as an end in itself but because it
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Rob Suggs on Sat, Jun 20 2009
  • Re: Beyond the Valley of the Bible Geeks

    [quote user="Bob Pritchett"] The problem is -- it doesn't work. [/quote] Yeah, yeah. I figured. Still, I think somewhere out there, maybe not even today, there is that "magic formula." The Ambassador program is the right approach for our niche, but it's designed to push expensive software because it's based on percentage. It isn't being coupled with
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Rob Suggs on Sat, Jun 20 2009
  • Re: Beyond the Valley of the Bible Geeks

    Quick addition: Also, I've been too dismissive of the Home package. Checking back on it, that's actually a pretty substantial collection for beginners. But if I show newcomers that one at $150 and the Nelson, with basic Libronix, at $20, I think I can predict what they're likely to choose. The Nelson has some filler and lacks some good stuff, but it
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Rob Suggs on Sun, Jun 21 2009
  • Re: What would you like to see in Bible Study Magazine?

    I agree with many of the sentiments here. As a former editor of a Christian magazine with 80,000 circulation, here is my feedback: 1) Much less fluff, as some have observed. I'm not that interested in how major league baseball players or Hollywood stars study the Bible. I had to do those articles, too, but in this case, I really don't think it's what
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Rob Suggs on Wed, Aug 5 2009
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