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  • Gospel Harmonies and Parallels

    I have at least seven of these. I think I actually bought Throckmorton's parallel gospels because I had heard good things about it. Does anyone have opinions about the best, most reliable and helpful volumes in this genre? I realize that about 95 percent of them will be the same across the board. I'm thinking of working closely with one in the future
    Posted to General by Rob Suggs on Thu, Apr 28 2011
  • Re: Gospel Harmonies and Parallels

    Thank you, Thomas. Your last sentence is something I suspected, and am glad to hear your confirmation.
    Posted to General by Rob Suggs on Thu, Apr 28 2011
  • Re: Gospel Harmonies and Parallels

    Mick, can't thank you enough. I think you've just about convinced me. This is exactly what I was looking for. I had been leaning toward the Robertson myself. Though it would seem there are plenty of these already, it would be kind of nice to have one with just refs and no texts. In paper books, of course you need the full text, but in Logos, with the
    Posted to General by Rob Suggs on Fri, Apr 29 2011
  • Re: Nook or Kindle

    People can make legitimate arguments for each. eInk, which Kindle uses, is by far the superior choice for serious readers who might read 70-100 pages of a book before sleeping at night. Studies show that standard backlit screens, such as Ipad or Nook have, will not relax the eyes. Matter of fact, they are counterproductive to becoming sleepy. However
    Posted to General by Rob Suggs on Wed, Apr 27 2011
  • Re: Nook or Kindle

    One other point: It's worth looking at how the experts review things. I don't think I've seen Nook best Kindle in a review yet. Consumer Reports continues to rate Kindle higher . Of course, the linked review is a year old. Kindle 3 was a vast improvement, but Nook has definitely bettered itself, too. Color was the way to go because it doesn't have to
    Posted to General by Rob Suggs on Wed, Apr 27 2011
  • Re: Logos 5: What would you like to see

    Further vs. Farther: Strictly speaking, farther should apply to physical distances: I walked farther today than I ever have before. Further should be used to apply to intangible "distances": A further reason for walking was that I needed exercise. However, the dictionary notes that these words have been used interchangeably for most of their histories
    Posted to General by Rob Suggs on Tue, Apr 26 2011
  • Re: Meet and Greet (plus sale)

    Name: Rob Suggs Where you call home: Atlanta GA Occupation: Author and Editor Age: 55 How long you've been using Logos Bible Software: 12 years Your most-used Logos resource (other than the Bible): New Bible Dictionary Your #1 use for Logos: working on editing various books for Christian publishing; using different translations and being sure I'm faithful
    Posted to General by Rob Suggs on Fri, Jun 17 2011
  • Re: Why can't I see Lexham in Logos?

    Three days and counting, still haven't heard from customer support. I hope Logos hasn't lost its terrific service.
    Posted to General by Rob Suggs on Thu, Aug 30 2012
  • Re: Why can't I see Lexham in Logos?

    Thanks, David. I have e-mailed customer support and received an acknowledgement but no help. Rob
    Posted to General by Rob Suggs on Tue, Aug 28 2012
  • Popups in group discussion?

    In the Bible pane (Biblia.com), the wonderful Logos mouse-over function works. We can mouse-over and read a note or see the verse that is referenced. Then we can click and go there if we'd like. But in the right pane, where the group discussion happens, mouse-over doesn't work. I'm surprised by this since I would think the same plug-in were installed
    Posted to Faithlife Groups / Faithlife.com by Rob Suggs on Mon, Oct 15 2012
  • Upcoming features?

    I've been testing a Faithlife group with a small number of church members. We're pleased for the most part, and I'm considering making a push to get a larger number of church members (from our small church plant) up and running on Faithlife. To help me "close the sale," can I hear a little about the future vision for this exciting initiative? I certainly
    Posted to Faithlife Groups / Faithlife.com by Rob Suggs on Mon, Oct 15 2012
  • Getting Verse of the Day out of my Windows 8 Lock screen

    I'm a Windows 8 user on my laptop and had installed the Verse of the Day app and used it for several months. After that time, I went into settings, lock screen, and tried to use something else. Verse of the Day kept coming up whenever it went to lock screen. I uninstalled Verse of the Day. Still came up. I uninstalled the Win 8 Logos app. Still came
    Posted to General by Rob Suggs on Tue, Aug 13 2013
  • Verse of the Day stuck in my lock screen

    I'm a Windows 8 user on my laptop and had installed the Verse of the Day app and used it for several months. After that time, I went into settings, lock screen, and tried to use something else. Verse of the Day kept coming up whenever it went to lock screen. I uninstalled Verse of the Day. Still came up. I uninstalled the Win 8 Logos app. Still came
    Posted to Windows Store Apps by Rob Suggs on Wed, Aug 14 2013
  • Re: Verse of the Day stuck in my lock screen

    Someone with Logos aaid earlier they were looking into the problem with Verse of the Day and Win 8.1 Preview. I'd love to hear if there's been any progress. I see the same verse on my lockscreen every day, and I can't turn it off. It's stuck there. Is Logos going to fix this or do we have to wait for Windows 8.1 final?
    Posted to Windows Store Apps by Rob Suggs on Sun, Sep 1 2013
  • Re: Verse of the Day stuck in my lock screen

    I'm in 8.1 Preview. Guess I'll just have to wait for 8.1 final version. I'd love to take my lock screen back, but it's not really a crucial issue.
    Posted to Windows Store Apps by Rob Suggs on Mon, Sep 2 2013
  • Re: Verse of the day and Windows 8.1

    I'm using 8.1 Preview and have been since it was available. My lock screen has been stuck on one particular verse of the day for months now. No way I can get it out of my computer, even though I uninstalled Verse of the Day long ago. Since Logos doesn't seem to have any idea what the problem is, let me try it this way. Can you tell me what folder that
    Posted to Windows Store Apps by Rob Suggs on Sat, Oct 19 2013
  • Re: Verse of the Day stuck in my lock screen

    Well, apparently I'll be looking at this one Bible verse until I buy a new computer. (Sigh)
    Posted to Windows Store Apps by Rob Suggs on Thu, Oct 31 2013
  • Re: Verse of the Day stuck in my lock screen

    My understanding is that installing 8.1 final means reinstalling every other program I have (apps and programs). That could be incorrect, and if so I will try it. But if I have to reinstall all my programs, I'll just stay with the Beta.
    Posted to Windows Store Apps by Rob Suggs on Thu, Oct 31 2013
  • Re: Verse of the Day stuck in my lock screen

    Well, on the understanding that my FILES would be saved but I'd have to reinstall all my programs, I went ahead and installed Win 8.1 final. Certain files were saved, but disastrously, my Outlook older files (archives, etc.) were not. I've gone into Windows.old and there are just no .pst files there. Gone. I'd had them backed up on Carbonite until recently
    Posted to Windows Store Apps by Rob Suggs on Sat, Nov 2 2013
  • Re: Replacing a bad resource file?

    Just in case you're keeping score... Hid the resource again. Restarted. Rebuilt index until complete. Unhid resource. Restarted. Crashed again.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Rob Suggs on Mon, Mar 19 2012
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