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  • Re: Logos 4 Mac... VERY EXCELLENT PERFORMANCE

    That was the "coffee break" feature to allow you to fill your cup (Isn't there a hymn about that???) while your search is finishing.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Orville J Erickson on Tue, Feb 15 2011
  • Re: Logos 4 Mac... VERY EXCELLENT PERFORMANCE

    I have been overall very pleased with L4M as well, and my Mac is not nearly as robust as JohnR's! For comparison: Late 2010 Macbook Pro 13", 2.4GHz Core 2 Duo, 4GB DDR3 RAM, stock hard drive, running OS 10.6.5 in 64 bit: Searched whole library for "goodness." 265,510 results in 4.07 seconds. Only Firefox open besides L4M. I also have L4 running on my
    Posted to Logos 4 by Orville J Erickson on Mon, Feb 14 2011
  • Re: Which Mac laptop

    I have the 13" late 2010 MBP with the nVidia 320M graphics, etc. I have no problems running Logos, Word, PowerPoint, iTunes and Firefox with about 6 tabs open. I have not felt that Logos was particularly slow on Mac. It is somewhat slower than my Windows 7 desktop but I think that is to be expected. It is pretty typical for Apple to refresh notebook
    Posted to Logos 4 by Orville J Erickson on Tue, Dec 7 2010
  • Re: Why I HATE electronic Bible study programs - current top 6 reasons

    I am getting you now - I was not 100% clear exactly what was being suggested. My non-software developer-ignorance thinks that should not be that difficult to implement... (always easy in theory right :) )
    Posted to Logos 4 by Orville J Erickson on Sun, Jul 24 2011
  • Re: Which is the best program for a Mac and Ipad user?

    I have all 3 of those programs. A large Logos library, I have Olive Tree (on my iPad only) and Accordance 9. I also use BibleWorks 9 on my Mac via Windows 7 running through Parallels desktop. I agree with Keep Smiling that you will not find a more dedicated user base or more active forums than Logos, and people on those forums tend to be knowledgeable
    Posted to Logos 4 by Orville J Erickson on Fri, Jan 6 2012
  • Re: larger ssd

    Reinstalling Windows from the disks is one option, but another option would be to buy a hard drive/SSD replacement kit that allows you to hook the new SSD to a USB port, then clone your current SSD to it, then you just swap out the drive - you get the additional space of the new drive, but all your other data, settings, etc are intact. Dell sells one
    Posted to Logos 4 by Orville J Erickson on Mon, Mar 19 2012
  • Re: MacBook Pro Specs

    15 " MacBook Pro 6,2 Core i5 2.53GHZ 8GB RAM 500GB HD OS x 10.6.7 Logos 4 runs well for me. I have never experienced any issues with slowness or glitches others have reported - knock on brushed aluminum unibody... Orville
    Posted to Logos 4 by Orville J Erickson on Thu, Jul 21 2011
  • Re: New Surface Pro 2

    I have this case for my Surface Pro 2 (which incidentally runs Logos 5 rather well): http://www.amazon.com/Manvex-Microsoft-COMPATIBLE-Keyboards-Multiple/dp/B00BYTGLFY/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1384990551&sr=8-1&keywords=manvex+surface+pro+2 Works with or without the Type Cover. Has a nice little strap you can flip over to keep it closed. Not overly bulky
    Posted to General by Orville J Erickson on Wed, Nov 20 2013
  • Re: New Surface Pro 2

    Ooohhh - that is really cool and different! A bit pricey, but I am picturing how awesome that would look sitting on my desk, "Pastor, what is that book?" "That is not a book, that is my tablet!" Dun Dun Duh..... (cymbal crash)
    Posted to General by Orville J Erickson on Thu, Nov 21 2013
  • Re: PC version of Logos 5 on a Tablet running Full PC version of Windows 8

    I have the new Microsoft Surface Pro 2 tablet (i5 processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB SSD). It runs Logos 5 just fine so far - although I do not seem to push Logos as hard as some of the folks I read in the forum (I usually have no more than 8-10 tabs open at any one time, searches are pretty simple). In particular the resolution of the screen is superb (1920X1080
    Posted to General by Orville J Erickson on Tue, Nov 5 2013
  • Re: New Surface Pro 2

    I have the SP2 and the Platinum Logos 5 with about 250 additional resources and all runs great on the tablet. My only complaint is that after indexing and such my Logos install takes up around 16GB of space. I bought the 64GB hard drive version and wish I would have bought the 128GB version.
    Posted to General by Orville J Erickson on Tue, Feb 18 2014
  • Re: Surface Pro 3

    One thing to keep in mind is that any bluetooth keyboard or any usb wireless keyboard will also work with the Surface devices. I actually used an old wireless key and mouse on my SP2 in my office until I sprung for the Type Cover 2.
    Posted to General by Orville J Erickson on Sun, May 25 2014
  • Re: Good News! Logos 8 features have been added to your Faithlife Connect account.

    John I ran into same thing at first, then realized I was not actually logged into my Logos/Faithlife account in my browser. When I logged in, suddenly the $3000 changed to $0.00. I completed the transaction and had my update within a couple minutes. YMMV!
  • Re: Hebrew Pointing missing from one word

    I also have Bibleworks 10 along with Logos 7. The same word is also lacks the pointing in that version of BHS in their text too, so my guess is that it must be an error / omission in the underlying digital source for BHS.
    Posted to General by Orville J Erickson on Tue, Oct 31 2017
  • Re: Why I HATE electronic Bible study programs - current top 6 reasons

    On the flip side - I remember being in seminary (in the dark ages...) and using Greek or Hebrew concordances to do textual research that took hours that I can now do in minutes using software. It may be imperfect, but wow in my mind we have come a long way!!!! Blessings Orville
    Posted to Logos 4 by Orville J Erickson on Thu, Jul 21 2011
  • Re: Why I HATE electronic Bible study programs - current top 6 reasons

    That is actually a pretty intriguing idea - a wiki or forum styled collection of user submitted research that can show up in search results or accessed from within Logos. I also use Bibleworks frequently and I know they have a forum where users can share content they have generated and there is the ability to import that into the software (I am no expert
    Posted to Logos 4 by Orville J Erickson on Sun, Jul 24 2011
  • Re: New Shibboleth Update - doesn't do what it says on the tin!

    This app was written using the .NET 4 framework, which is Windows only as far as I know. I am assuming since this is the Logos4Mac forum you are on some Apple hardware? Orville
    Posted to Logos 4 by Orville J Erickson on Sat, Apr 2 2011
  • Re: New Shibboleth Update - doesn't do what it says on the tin!

    Interesting - I have a Win 7 64bit laptop (Asus) and a Win 7 64bit desktop (i built myself - quad core AMD, etc) and have never had a BSoD or even more than a minor program hang on either one. When I hear someone has frequent BSoD issues I start to think hardware or a corrupted driver. Now to be fair I also have a 13" Core 2 Duo MBP and a 15" i5 MBP
    Posted to Logos 4 by Orville J Erickson on Sat, Apr 2 2011
  • Re: New Shibboleth Update - doesn't do what it says on the tin!

    My experience tells me you are likely correct on your analysis of the "mean time before passing" of the laptop versus the iMac! My neighbor's son has a 3 year old 17" MBP he has used at Brooks School of Photography for the last 3 years, and I have it in my shop for a checkup and it still runs like the day it was made. Some minor file permission issues
    Posted to Logos 4 by Orville J Erickson on Sun, Apr 3 2011
  • Re: New Shibboleth Update - doesn't do what it says on the tin!

    hahaha - I went to school in Ann Arbor and grew up in Michigan so I have already been to 42.43512° N 83.98608° W and back!
    Posted to Logos 4 by Orville J Erickson on Sun, Apr 3 2011
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