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  • Re: Missing Menus and Activities

    I would settle for your telling me how to bring up the menu..... When I press the menu button, I can only go to the history, back to the library, and I can page back and forth with these arrows that do NOT actually affect what is on the screen (perhaps only advancing verses, but not sure what it accomplishes). I see no way to navigate other than to
    Posted to Android Apps by Andrew on Sun, Jul 3 2011
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    How so?
    Posted to Suggestions by Andrew on Fri, Feb 11 2011
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Is the reader was free? You only pay for the books. Many (probably most) of the books do not belong to Logos and they are not allowed to simply give them away. It is likely that Logos would lose money if they generated a Linux version of Logos. I cannot comment on why they do not simply publish all of their source code for the world to take and do with
    Posted to Suggestions by Andrew on Tue, Dec 7 2010
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    [quote user="MichaelKares"] the problem with having the engine source code for all the world to see is that someone would find a way to crack the DRM and steal books. [/quote] This is only partially true. It certainly makes it easier. Consider the insanity with watching blu-ray movies on Linux, which is the reason that I do not own a blu-ray player
    Posted to Suggestions by Andrew on Thu, Apr 22 2010
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    For my first attempt, I tried a windows 98 bottle with dcom98 and IE6. I then installed unsupported software and selected Logos4Setup.exe. I had to check the unsupported install log file to see that anything happened. Next, I created an XP bottle, and I installed IE7. I was prepared to perform jump through a bunch of hoops, but it displayed a dialog
    Posted to Suggestions by Andrew on Thu, Dec 17 2009
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Tried to install Logos 4 under the latest crossover office, but, logos 4 stops and complains that I am not using XP with service pack 3.... Would be nice if you could over-ride that.
    Posted to Suggestions by Andrew on Thu, Dec 17 2009
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Libronix version 3 is a free download without books. Is the same true of Logos 4? I can't find a link. I desire to perform some testing under Linux...
    Posted to Suggestions by Andrew on Thu, Dec 3 2009
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    There is a misconception that Windows is easier to use. Anyone that says that has not run into certain problems that occassionally crop up (such as Windows update refusing to run and then refusing to install the fix because Windows is convinced that that administrator does not have privliges to do so). One obvious advantage of Windows, however, is that
    Posted to Suggestions by Andrew on Wed, Nov 25 2009
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    [quote user="Pastor Jerry Bush"]me smart guys have written something to get the windows version to run under Linux. That would be pretty cool. If not Linux, then what?[/quote] My opinion is that choosing to work on a Mac version without considering a multi-platform framework such as QT, or even working with the code weavers people demonstrates little
    Posted to Suggestions by Andrew on Mon, Sep 21 2009
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    The only advantage would be that you do not need to dual boot. Windows has sometimes responded poorly to a dual boot and over-written the dual boot loaders... Of course, the disadvantage to VMWare, is that running directly is more performant.
    Posted to Suggestions by Andrew on Fri, Sep 4 2009
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    How does cloud computing apply to Logos?
    Posted to Suggestions by Andrew on Mon, Aug 3 2009
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    My solution is to not run Logos. There are other solutions that work just fine on Linux. My opinion, however, is that they are not as nice, which is why I still have the software sitting on my shelf unused years later. If it were more important, I would install Windows in a VM.
    Posted to Suggestions by Andrew on Wed, Jul 29 2009
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    You can develop in a cross platform way, and they have toolkits and other items that help you do this. On the other hand, the majority of developers know and Love the Windows environment. Learning the cross-platform environment takes time and effort, and since they already have a working program, the motivation is low. Also, be clear, the Windows OS
    Posted to Suggestions by Andrew on Fri, Jul 10 2009
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Of course Logos can ignore Linux, the primary programmers I believe came from Microsoft, and a standard Windows user will be pretty lost if taken from their cozy Windows home. The investment to move to Linux would be huge. Unfortunately, when Logos opted to move into the Mac arena, they apparently did not chose that opportunity to use an environment
    Posted to Suggestions by Andrew on Thu, Jul 9 2009
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