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  • Re: Logos/Verbum 7 Support of MacOS Sierra 10.12

    [quote user="alabama24"]FL does not support their software on beta versions of OS's[/quote] Apple macOS Sierra 10.12 was officially released. It is no longer a beta version of the OS. Faithlife? Agape, Steve
    Posted to Logos 7 by Stephen Terlizzi on Tue, Sep 20 2016
  • Logos/Verbum 7 Support of MacOS Sierra 10.12

    Hi all, OK, I'll bite and be the first! Apple just released macOS Sierra (V10.12) upgrade to the public. Do you have any guidance if the latest version of Logos/Verbum 7 released yesterday officially supports the new macOS release? Should I upgrade at this point? Thanks. Agape, Steve
    Posted to Logos 7 by Stephen Terlizzi on Tue, Sep 20 2016
  • Re: Encyclopedia Britannica Update

    [quote user="James Taylor"] [quote user="Mark Nolette"]Overall, I still think that this was a good purchase. However, some seemingly arbitrary choices kept this from being an even better purchase. [/quote] Yes it's still an incredible deal for those who got this along with Compton's for 100 bucks. I think most of what's been omitted will hopefully be
    Posted to General by Stephen Terlizzi on Mon, Sep 19 2016
  • Re: Encyclopedia Britannica Update

    [quote user="James Taylor"] [quote user="Jan Krohn"]No one knows the hour but the Father alone... [/quote] I'd believe that if some special users in the community didn't recieve early access to this last week for testing. [/quote] ...but no one indexed, because the hour had not yet come. ;) Agape, Steve
    Posted to General by Stephen Terlizzi on Mon, Sep 19 2016
  • Re: Encyclopedia Britannica Update

    [quote user="James Taylor"] [quote user="Ben Amundgaard"]as the time gets closer.[/quote] That time is TODAY though right? [/quote] Paraphrasing Our Lord --- James, what have you to do with me? The hour has not yet come. Agape, Steve
    Posted to General by Stephen Terlizzi on Mon, Sep 19 2016
  • Re: Britannica Tomorrow: Why Buy? And Why Not? The $200 Question.

    [quote user="Paul Strickert"] I was under the impression that EB imposed the article limits. [/quote] Indeed, it is possible that Encyclopedia Britannica doesn't have an option to license a greater number, or all, of the articles for resale. I cannot find any information on the Britannica website in their partner section. Agape, Steve
    Posted to General by Stephen Terlizzi on Sat, Sep 17 2016
  • Re: Britannica Tomorrow: Why Buy? And Why Not? The $200 Question.

    [quote user="Dan Francis"] [quote user="MJ. Smith"] [quote user="Fred Robbins"]I wonder if any of the articles are abridged?[/quote] There is absolutely no evidence that this would be true. Logos selected articles not edited them. [/quote] I would even suspect any tampering with Britannica articles might cause them to pull it from Logos. Although it
    Posted to General by Stephen Terlizzi on Sat, Sep 17 2016
  • Re: How do you take Logos with you?

    A TImbuk2 messenger bag with a PC and iPad insert. Great on the shoulder...customizable colors and fabrics...and my previous one lasted seven years. A little pricey. http://www.timbuk2.com Agape, Steve
    Posted to General by Stephen Terlizzi on Sat, Sep 17 2016
  • Re: Indexing: time to think of a better approach

    [quote user="Mark Barnes"] But it would mean a complete re-architecturing of the indexing system, which would be a major investment that may not be possible. [/quote] i think it is very unlikely that Faithlife would re-architect its SQL data structure on the PC-based perpetual licensed product. There is too much product risk and Faithful doesn't even
    Posted to General by Stephen Terlizzi on Sat, Sep 17 2016
  • Re: Misleading Logos 7 Marketing Statements - Is this Deliberate?

    [quote user="Richard Lyall"] Ah yes ... so maybe there isn't a concise way to express it in the end - "all the features of Logos 6 + all the new features of Logos 7 except those which are Logos Now only" kind of lacks punch ... [/quote] All they needed to do was add a disclaimer as follows: Some cloud-based features require a separate Logos Now license
    Posted to Logos 7 by Stephen Terlizzi on Sat, Sep 17 2016
  • Re: Britannica Tomorrow: Why Buy? And Why Not? The $200 Question.

    [quote user="Mark"] [quote user="DAL"] Meh! I observed the "pass over" on this one. It was going to be a never ending upgrade/update expense with limited access (i.e. Not all articles are included). I'm glad others are excited, though. Not for me! DAL [/quote] I am actually expecting this to be my very first return. The hype for so long...I am still
    Posted to General by Stephen Terlizzi on Wed, Sep 14 2016
  • Re: Encyclopedia Britannica Update

    [quote user="Mark"] [quote user="Stephen Terlizzi"]What's another five days if it gives us a better product?[/quote] What's another 30 days if it will give us a better product? [/quote] I don't think there will be a 30-day delay. I am sure the development organization did not want to incur this five day delay after wrapping up the initial version unless
    Posted to General by Stephen Terlizzi on Wed, Sep 14 2016
  • Re: Encyclopedia Britannica Update

    [quote user="Steve"] [quote user="Bill Moore"] Thanks for the update, Ben. Anything that improves the resource is a plus for me, so I don't mind the delay. [/quote] Ditto! [/quote] What's another five days if it gives us a better product? Agape, Steve
    Posted to General by Stephen Terlizzi on Wed, Sep 14 2016
  • Re: Please share with us what the hang up is on PPB to Mobile

    [quote user="Bob Pritchett"] - There are surprising technical difficulties: chief among them are that we don't do a local index on mobile devices. (Yet. And maybe never. But that's a whole technical problem itself.) So we have to search the whole catalog on the server, and that whole catalog takes nearly 24 hours to index. But at least it only needs
    Posted to General by Stephen Terlizzi on Thu, Sep 8 2016
  • Re: Please share with us what the hang up is on PPB to Mobile

    [quote user="Don Awalt"] [quote user="Virgil Buttram"] This is also a case study in why companies don't crowdsource product management to the denizens of their public message boards. The personal priorities of passionate partisans do not accurately represent the demands of the marketplace as a whole. Any company that prioritizes the former over the
    Posted to General by Stephen Terlizzi on Thu, Sep 8 2016
  • Re: Zondervan 6 at 60

    [quote user="DAL"] [quote user="Ted Harms"] I looked at the preview of Mounce's dictionary. It seems to be arranged alphabetically. How would one search a book like this? Will it give results on a Strong's number search? Would it be referenced with Bible Word studies? Thanks [/quote] If your Bible has a word that's contained in the dictionary it will
    Posted to General by Stephen Terlizzi on Wed, Sep 7 2016
  • Re: Please share with us what the hang up is on PPB to Mobile

    [quote user="alabama24"] I have a feeling that if FL could do so, they would kill the personal book feature on desktop too (at least the syncing part). [/quote] I agree. I think that FL only wants features that they can directly monetize. Personal books is not one of them. Agape, Steve
    Posted to General by Stephen Terlizzi on Wed, Sep 7 2016
  • Re: Please share with us what the hang up is on PPB to Mobile

    [quote user="alabama24"] [quote user="Stephen Terlizzi"]They simply need to put into their user agreements to forbid users from using the Personal Books functionality for illegally copied books.[/quote] Most users that I hear of talking about the personal book builder are using it to import books from other formats. I used to think it was a darker grey
    Posted to General by Stephen Terlizzi on Wed, Sep 7 2016
  • Re: Please share with us what the hang up is on PPB to Mobile

    [quote user="alabama24"] [quote user="Stephen Terlizzi"]As for any grey legal issues, that is why you have software terms and conditions to mitigate any liabilities.[/quote] How'd that work out for Napster? [/quote] The purpose of Napster was to promote music file sharing. The purpose of Logos is to provide Bible software. They simply need to put into
    Posted to General by Stephen Terlizzi on Wed, Sep 7 2016
  • Re: Please share with us what the hang up is on PPB to Mobile

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] [quote user="Stephen Terlizzi"]Very simple...if you don't want to provide cloud storage, then give the user the ability to store and access personal books on third party cloud storage [/quote] Simple to think of; not so simple to implement. [/quote] Can't see why this would be difficult to implement unless they store the entire
    Posted to General by Stephen Terlizzi on Wed, Sep 7 2016
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