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  • Proclaim 2.2.0.0049 Sync Problems

    The latest release of Proclaim feels like a step backwards for me. Its slower (enough so that I notice it) and struggles to sync. In the process of duplicating last Sunday's service and deleteing, it failed twice to sync (just stuck on the final syncing screen) and had to be force terminated with much of the work not synced. I'm on macOS 10.12.4. Attached
    Posted to Proclaim: Church Presentation Software by Clint Cozier on Wed, May 3 2017
  • Re: Searching Across Verse Boundries

    Thanks Mark, I wasn't aware that Logos would automatically make the needed changes to go from a Morph or Bible search to a basic search....that's great! I'd love more granularity in defining search scope, but this will work for now.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Clint Cozier on Thu, Apr 27 2017
  • Re: Searching Across Verse Boundries

    Mark, What constrains this (and means I can't use a syntax search) is the desire to look at the LXX. I believe the Morph Query Builder can take words or verses to set the scope (I built a search that did pick up Phil. 2 8-9 as a hit. I didn't know I could search for roots in a basic search...I'll take a look at that. This seems to be an obvious constraints
    Posted to Logos 7 by Clint Cozier on Thu, Apr 27 2017
  • Re: 7.6 RC 2 (7.6.0.0026) is Now Available

    Thank you....it works fine now. Boy, I didn't want to do another Friday rebuild of the Logos install.
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Clint Cozier on Thu, Apr 27 2017
  • Searching Across Verse Boundries

    I'm working with Phil. 2:8 and 9, and am trying to look at other examples of the humiliation / exhultation motif that is so central to this particular hymn. I decided to look for the roots ταπεινος and υψος in proximity. I wanted to examine the LXX, so I stayed away from LN tags
    Posted to Logos 7 by Clint Cozier on Thu, Apr 27 2017
  • LXX in Morph Query

    I was playing around today with a morph query and noticed LXX now appears as a text option. When I slected it with a query already built and ran in the GNT, all the query fields disappeared and I could not get them to reappear. I'm running the mac client if that helps any. Are we now working with the LXX (hip hip horray!) and can someone on a Mac confirm
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Clint Cozier on Thu, Apr 27 2017
  • Re: 7.6 RC 2 (7.6.0.0026) is Now Available

    Because I was about to ask about a potential bug, downloaded this and installed it over mac 7.6 RC1. When I try to run it, I get a dialogue box telling me that an upgrade is required and inviting me to go to the www.logos.com/install page to download the proper install file. Somethings broken in the upgrade. I've been in the beta stream for a while
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Clint Cozier on Thu, Apr 27 2017
  • Default Version in the Sermon Editor

    I have the ESV as my prioritized English bible, but we use the NRSV for worship. The sermon editor always inserts verses from the ESV and I toggle each of them individually to the NRSV.. Is there a way to change the default in the sermon editor and not reprioritize the English bibles in Logos as a whole? I'm on a Mac, (10.12.4) and running Logos 7.6
    Posted to Logos 7 by Clint Cozier on Sat, Apr 15 2017
  • 7.3 B3 Morph Query Problems on macOS 10.12.4

    Find attached a screenshot in a fairly straightforward Morph Query. I'm looking for other uses of καινός similary to the use in John 13:34. The output is rubbish, the highlighted hits have nothing to do with the query. Comparing the results to those kicked up by a similar search in a competing product, the verse mapping appears
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Clint Cozier on Tue, Apr 11 2017
  • Search Question

    I would like to find anything in my library relating to titles ascribed to both Jesus and Caesar. I've tried some obvious combinations (Title NEAR (Jesus OR Christ)) INTERSECTS (Title NEAR (Caesar OR Emperor)) and looked for helpful tagging on the one that came immediatly to mind (John 4:42, Savior of the World). I'm just hitting junk. Suggestions?
    Posted to Logos 7 by Clint Cozier on Tue, Apr 4 2017
  • Syntax Search Question

    I'm looking at Matthew 6:12 where the same lemma (ἀφίημι) is used in the second/third person then in the first person in the came verbal clause. Working from Cascadia, I have a search that I believe works: I don't understand the following query isn't the same and doesn't produce the same results. I would appreciate any illumination I
    Posted to Logos 7 by Clint Cozier on Tue, Mar 21 2017
  • Re: Customized Passage in Morph River Passage Analysis

    Dave, Sure enough, it works on the Mac 7.5 release. I tried typing in the passage several different times on the release candidate and it didn't work, or so it seemed at the time. Thanks.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Clint Cozier on Sat, Mar 18 2017
  • Customized Passage in Morph River Passage Analysis

    I would like to use the Morph River diagram in the Passage Analysis tool to view singular vs. plural verbs and pronouns through the Sermon on the Mount. I can't figure out how to expand the chart to cover more than a single pericopae that is predefined. Is there any way to define a custom passage ("Sermon on the Mount," Matt 5-7 for example) and then
    Posted to Logos 7 by Clint Cozier on Fri, Mar 17 2017
  • Re: Sympathetic Highlighting and Syntax Graphs

    Mark, But if I select (for example) a CL unit in the Cascade Graph, I can't get that clause highlighted in my NA28? I just sat in on an Accordance training on syntax searching yesterday and that works with nice effect in Accordance; I though I'd try it in Logos where I have a greater selection of syntax tagging.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Clint Cozier on Thu, Mar 16 2017
  • Sympathetic Highlighting and Syntax Graphs

    Can selecting elements from any of the syntax graphs produce highlighting on the greek texts (SBLGNT or NA28)? It would be helpful to see elements from the graphs highlighted in the text. I tend to work with a graph (Cascadia usually) open on one half and NA28 on the other horizontal half.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Clint Cozier on Wed, Mar 15 2017
  • Searching for Divine Passives

    I'm working in Matthew 6:9-10. The technical commentaries spend a lot of time talking about the Divine Passives in the imperatives of the first two peititions. I'd like to explore the use of the passive voice when God is the subject of the clause. I first tried a clause search (subject:God AND verb-morph:V?P), but God isn't tagged as the subject in
    Posted to Logos 7 by Clint Cozier on Fri, Mar 10 2017
  • NOT operator in Morph Query Builder

    There has been some conversation about whether the Morph Query Builder needs a NOT operator, which is currently lacking. Today I am working on Matt 6:9a: Πάτερ ἡμῶν ὁ ἐν ⸂τοῖς οὐρανοῖς⸃· I would love to look at parallel where an attributive article us used to modify an anarthrous noun....with without being able to specify no article preceeding the initial
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Clint Cozier on Mon, Feb 27 2017
  • Search Question

    I'm trying to evaulate something N.T. Wright says ( The Lord and His Prayer ): The first occurrence in the Hebrew Bible of the idea of God as the Father comes when Moses marches in boldly to stand before Pharaoh, and says: Thus says YHWH: Israel is my son, my firstborn; let my people go, that they may serve me (Exodus 4.22-3). The problem is that in
    Posted to Logos 7 by Clint Cozier on Mon, Feb 27 2017
  • 7.5 B2 Sermon Editor

    On macOS 10.12.3, I cannot select a misspelled word from the popup menu and correct the misspelling. Potential corrections do appear, but clicking on them has no effect on the misspelling. I cannot recall the spell checker working on the sermon editor on macOS.
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Clint Cozier on Sat, Feb 25 2017
  • Re: 7.5 B2 Morph Query Mac

    Just like you said, it is now working on 7.5 B2 on macOS 10.12.3.
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Clint Cozier on Thu, Feb 23 2017
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