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  • Re: Text comparison - iPad

    [quote user="Graham Criddle"] [quote user="Ross Strader"] Is there something I need to do on my iPad to ensure I have this function? [/quote] What version of the app do you have? [/quote] I am showing 5.4.5 (5.4.50015)
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Ross Strader on Thu, Aug 25 2016
  • Re: Text comparison - iPad

    [quote user="Kevin Byford (Faithlife)"] Scrolling Text Comparison is a feature intended for Logos Now / Logos 7 customers. We unintentionally released it to all customers because of a licensing bug - this is the bug that was fixed. The latest version removes Scrolling Text Comparison for customers that don't have Logos Now / Logos 7. [/quote] Kevin
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Ross Strader on Thu, Aug 25 2016
  • Re: Text comparison - iPad

    Juanita, I just looked at the release notes from yesterday and the only comment is: Text comparison - 'fixed' Seems like a better description is "rewind"
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Ross Strader on Thu, Aug 25 2016
  • Text comparison - iPad

    A few days ago, I pulled up text comparison and scrolled nicely through a passage of scripture, verse by verse, comparing top bibles... Today, after an update. It appears that text comparison has reverted to previous function. Anyone else seeing this?
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Ross Strader on Thu, Aug 25 2016
  • Re: New Feature: Sermon Editor

    [quote user="Ross Strader"] [quote user="Eli Evans"] In addition to "standard" word processing keyboard shortcuts like Ctrl+B (Windows) or Cmd+B (Mac) for Bold, the Sermon document supports the following, where 'Ctrl/Cmd' means Ctrl (Windows) or Command (Mac): Ctrl/Cmd + Alt + 0 = normal formatting (no heading) Ctrl/Cmd + Alt + 1 = Heading 1 ... Ctrl
    Posted to Logos 7 by Ross Strader on Tue, Aug 23 2016
  • Re: New Feature: Sermon Editor

    [quote user="Eli Evans"] In addition to "standard" word processing keyboard shortcuts like Ctrl+B (Windows) or Cmd+B (Mac) for Bold, the Sermon document supports the following, where 'Ctrl/Cmd' means Ctrl (Windows) or Command (Mac): Ctrl/Cmd + Alt + 0 = normal formatting (no heading) Ctrl/Cmd + Alt + 1 = Heading 1 ... Ctrl/Cmd + Alt + 5 = Heading 5
    Posted to Logos 7 by Ross Strader on Tue, Aug 23 2016
  • Re: New Feature: Sermon Editor

    For Logos Devs, this is a great concept! Thank you for including this and taking the chance of rolling it out. Everyone has their unique ways of working to harness Logos and maximize efficiency. While you are in the tweaking phase of the Sermon Editor, it would be great to include some keyboard shortcuts (unless they are there and I have missed them
    Posted to Logos 7 by Ross Strader on Tue, Aug 23 2016
  • Re: New Feature: Sermon Editor

    Kevin, Type the verse or passage reference. Hit return (do not add a space after the reference). The verse or passage auto-fills then places cursor on the next line.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Ross Strader on Tue, Aug 23 2016
  • Re: Intertext search

    Huge thank you Bradley and Dave! Looking forward to using this.
    Posted to Logos Now by Ross Strader on Fri, Jan 8 2016
  • Intertext search

    I was working on a search and am not able to make it work. The example from the wiki perfectly fit my needs, but I'm missing something. From the Wiki on Search Help near the bottom in the Logos Now section : Intertext Intertext (Intertextuality) labels expose the data behind the interactive resource “New Testament Use of the Old Testament”. {Label Intertext
    Posted to Logos Now by Ross Strader on Fri, Jan 8 2016
  • Re: How do reference operators really work?

    I wonder if anyone with Logos Now is able to run this kind of search with success? I will post it in that forum as well. Thank you!
    Posted to Logos 6 by Ross Strader on Fri, Jan 8 2016
  • Re: How do reference operators really work?

    Dave and MJ, I was glad to find this post today. I was working on a search and am not able to make it work. The example from the wiki perfectly fit my needs, but I'm missing something. From the Wiki on Search Help near the bottom in the Logos Now section: Intertext Intertext (Intertextuality) labels expose the data behind the interactive resource “New
    Posted to Logos 6 by Ross Strader on Fri, Jan 8 2016
  • Re: Touch Functionality

    David, I hope I'm not changing gears of this post, but I am very curious about your Windows 10 experience and a touchscreen laptop with your Logos use. I have used the MacBook Pro since the relationship with Intel. I have not considered a PC in almost a decade, but I find myself tempted by Windows 10, touchscreen and the "2 in 1" concept. I am able
    Posted to General by Ross Strader on Fri, Jan 1 2016
  • Re: Well I'll be ... dumbfounded

    I would be interested to know the answer to this as well.
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Ross Strader on Fri, Nov 20 2015
  • Visual Copy - information about the images under "logos resource media"

    First I want to say that the Visual Copy feature is great. It is such a help to be able to open a search window, select "media" and then search. What I am not able to find in many of the images (pictures of painting for instance) is where is the painting? Who is it by? Any information about what I am looking at. I search "Peter" and see what appears
    Posted to Logos 6 by Ross Strader on Fri, Oct 31 2014
  • Counting the Ten Commandments - Interactive tools

    Is anyone able to open this and see anything more than a blank page? Is there something I am supposed to do? I called Logos technical support and was informed 1) they are not trained in the software, and 2) the person I talked to had no information about this interactive tool. Thanks Ross UPDATE: Since the time of my post and then going back to the
    Posted to Logos 6 by Ross Strader on Fri, Oct 31 2014
  • Re: Right click crash in ESV

    Bradley, Sorry I'm just now getting back to you. I am posting all of the logs I have before and after an attempt to run the update. If I have over-shared logs or given up some critical information I shouldn't have, please advise. Before: 1172.Logos.log 8306.LogosError.log 1362.LogosError-2.log 6562.Indexer.log 5001.LogosCrash.txt After: (this is after
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Ross Strader on Sun, Sep 7 2014
  • Re: Right click crash in ESV

    Update: I have run the update resources 3 more times. After the initial 1.86 g update download, the next three attempts have downloaded what appears to be the same 866.3 mb of updates. No change to the English Bibles (ESV) functionality. Thanks, r
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Ross Strader on Fri, Sep 5 2014
  • Re: Right click crash in ESV

    That fixed the home page crash. Thank you! Did not effect the English Bibles. Also, the home page had no report with regard to the updates. I don't know if that means anything or not, however, I usually see a report on the homepage re:what has been updated. thanks, r
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Ross Strader on Fri, Sep 5 2014
  • Re: Right click crash in ESV

    Bradley, Ok. The resources are updated. No change on the ESV or other English bibles. There is no Greek or Strongs or any other data behind the English text of the English bibles. I clicked home page icon (top left) to see what had been updated and it crashes Logos. Something is weird with my Logos right now. I haven't had these kind of problems before
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Ross Strader on Fri, Sep 5 2014
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