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  • Re: what is today's 203.8 kb update?

    Hi Melissa, Not sure if I can answer your questions that easy. I don't know if I am connected via a proxy server (since I don't know what that means). I am just connecting to the internet as usual. And I am not aware that I changed any setting. When I click on the proxy settings I see three little boxes with everything in gray: 1. http://proxy8080 2
    Posted to Logos 4 by Patrick Rietveld on Wed, Mar 16 2011
  • Re: What is your most enjoyable Logos resource other than the Word of God itself?...

    The Lexham Discourse Greek New Testament. It is Gods Word indeed, but this resource helped me extremely to interact with the Greek text.
    Posted to General by Patrick Rietveld on Wed, Mar 16 2011
  • Re: what is today's 203.8 kb update?

    [quote user="Theolobias"]post the log files here on the forums[/quote] Those files are rather long. Which of them you are talking about? The Logos4Indexer.log, Logos4.log or the Logos4Crash.txt Below the Logos4Indexer.log and under that one the Logos4Cash.txt 2011-03-16 14:50:09.4124 1 Info UserManager Opening UserManager in C:\Users\Patrick\AppData
    Posted to Logos 4 by Patrick Rietveld on Wed, Mar 16 2011
  • Re: what is today's 203.8 kb update?

    [quote user="Rick Hypes"]One of the things that I like about the latest build is that after you receive a resources update you can press F5 to refresh the home page and it will let you know what was updated[/quote] Where does it show you? When I press f5, the homepage is refreshed, but it doesn't show the updates (in the customize box I ticked the
    Posted to Logos 4 by Patrick Rietveld on Wed, Mar 16 2011
  • Re: March Madness - a strategy?

    [quote user="Jonathan West"]Maybe you peeps who see nothing worth voting for would at least like to vote up Witherington on Acts to make it cheaper for everyone else as a huge favour!!![/quote] I agree with this. If nothing is really interesting help people who have some interests in Witherington's Acts Commentary (division 1) and Waltke & O'Connor
    Posted to General by Patrick Rietveld on Tue, Mar 15 2011
  • Re: Can Logos 4 work with 2 monitors ?

    Yes, you can! You can float a window. Press CTRL-F11 in the specific resource and then you can move that window to your other monitor. Press CTRL-F11 again to dock the window.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Patrick Rietveld on Sat, Feb 26 2011
  • Re: Searching for multiple Hebrew Words

    Thanks Dave, This helps me. I now just have to find out how to type a different apostrophe.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Patrick Rietveld on Thu, Feb 24 2011
  • Re: Personal Book Builder advice

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] [quote user="Mike Pettit"]I agree that if you own the book it is OK, but sharing such a scan would not be.[/quote] I suspect that you could share a scan with someone else who owns the book ... [/quote] That was what I was thinking about. BTW, I think Ridderbos should be part of the Logos products anyhow (and the Dutch version
    Posted to General by Patrick Rietveld on Thu, Feb 24 2011
  • Re: Personal Book Builder advice

    [quote user="bryan jay"]it just blazed through Ridderbos' 500 page tome on Pauline Theology[/quote] It would be great if we could share these things, instead of everyone scanning everything!
    Posted to General by Patrick Rietveld on Wed, Feb 23 2011
  • Re: CP: Biblical Commentary on the New Testament at 100% - bid before Fri 2/25!

    That is amazing!
    Posted to General by Patrick Rietveld on Wed, Feb 23 2011
  • Re: Why You Need 'Jastrow'

    Hi Denise, Sorry that the discussion went a bit off topic. But I agree with you that a good dictionary is really important to have. Thank you also to explain the hole in HALOT for the targums. And it is really great to have them in Logos. Since I bought Logos a few months ago, I have been using my lexicons much more than I did in the past with my set
    Posted to Logos 4 by Patrick Rietveld on Mon, Feb 21 2011
  • Re: Why You Need 'Jastrow'

    Yes, I have all of them, except SESB. The best thing however I bought was Steve Runge Lexham Discourse Greek NT bundle. It really helped me getting a much better insight in the text than all my years of Greek study at secondary school and university. Translation and interpretation are closely related. How can you translate if you don't understand what
    Posted to Logos 4 by Patrick Rietveld on Mon, Feb 21 2011
  • Re: Why You Need 'Jastrow'

    I study the Bible . I am a Bible translation consultant and working with 8 translation projects in Africa. For that purpose, I don't think I need much more, except maybe a few more reference works on the Bible and some books that address textual issues and LXX. I don't think most of the resources I mentioned above would be extra relevant for my daily
    Posted to Logos 4 by Patrick Rietveld on Mon, Feb 21 2011
  • Re: Why You Need 'Jastrow'

    Thanks for the comments. I understand the value of these resources, but when I look at the product lists it seems that every book is important. Even having primary resources only, it would be a lot of texts alongside the different Hebrew and Greek editions (Alexandrian/Byzantine, etc): Qumran database, Göttingen & Ralphs LXX, Ugaritic Library, other
    Posted to Logos 4 by Patrick Rietveld on Mon, Feb 21 2011
  • Re: Why You Need 'Jastrow'

    [quote user="Denise Barnhart"]You're excited about the Logos Babylonian and Jerusalem Talmud Collection coming out in March[/quote] Could you write a reason why to be excited about these Talmuds? I am afraid I am ending up with such a massive library, that I get drowned. Even with the search capabilities of L4.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Patrick Rietveld on Mon, Feb 21 2011
  • Re: Searching for multiple Hebrew Words

    Hi Kevin, thanks, I found these pages. However, I was wondering if there is more info about these searches. Today I searched for the phrase ἐφʼ ὅσον in the NT. I started with the Lexham Discourse Greek New Testament. When I right-clicked on this selection and clicked on 'search this resource' I got 8 results. It was called a 'basic' search. Also, searching
    Posted to Logos 4 by Patrick Rietveld on Sun, Feb 20 2011
  • Re: CP: Biblical Commentary on the New Testament at 100% - bid before Fri 2/25!

    [quote user="David Carter"]It's very close now to breaking through the $35 barrier[/quote] Yes, now it is through the $35 barrier! So who is going to help getting it down to $30?
    Posted to General by Patrick Rietveld on Sat, Feb 19 2011
  • Re: Logos asks, what do you wish you could search for, but can't?

    It maybe already possible. But when I am searching for info about certain references in the Gospels, it would be great if also articles could be found in which only parallel passages are mentioned (and not the reference itself)
    Posted to General by Patrick Rietveld on Fri, Feb 18 2011
  • Re: CP: Biblical Commentary on the New Testament at 100% - bid before Fri 2/25!

    It would be great to get the price down. It is already $45! But how useful is this commentary? I didn't find any reviews on the web. I don't want to buy anything just for the sake of spending money.
    Posted to General by Patrick Rietveld on Fri, Feb 18 2011
  • Louw-Nida Lexicon & circle diagrams

    The Louw-Nida lexicon offers a lot of interesting information. I often wished it could present (part of) this data in another way. I was wondering how many people had that same desire. One of the things that I am thinking about is a circle diagram that shows in the middle the semantic domain and in the sections the different words that are part of the
    Posted to Suggestions by Patrick Rietveld on Thu, Feb 10 2011
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