Search

Search in sorted by
  • Re: DVDs Not Working

    Guilty as charged...I don't even own Birkenstocks...or wool socks . I don't consider myself very "green" (maybe quasi-"green") and don't take being "green"for granted. My wife is from Seattle, though, and despite what she tells me about the beautiful summers, I only experience rain and more rain when I visit. I was there during the last snow storm that
    Posted to Learn to Use Biblical Greek and Hebrew by Brandon on Sun, Jul 4 2010
  • Re: DVDs Not Working

    BTW, I still love Logos and use it everyday (and will for years to come). I am just very dissatisfied as a customer and am not used to this low quality of products from Logos; disc's asre dirty/scratched, don't play properly, audio on videos is very poorly done (especially in Greek video 6), and somehow the alphabet is incorrect and went overlooked
    Posted to Learn to Use Biblical Greek and Hebrew by Brandon on Sun, Jul 4 2010
  • Re: DVDs Not Working

    [quote user="Rosie Perera"](It might be that they were just trying to save money, [/quote] I have a hunch your last sentence is indeed the case. I understand completely where you are coming from and if they indeed were going "green" intentionally and even stated it on their packaging, they would have actually invoked more respect from me. My guess is
    Posted to Learn to Use Biblical Greek and Hebrew by Brandon on Sun, Jul 4 2010
  • Re: DVDs Not Working

    (Preface: this is not a critique of the content of the videos - though one could argue that they too are poor in quality) I do have to say, I am very unimpressed with the quality of the DVD's. Mine, too, had dust/scratches on the back and will not play 4 of the Greek videos. If this were a secular company and not as reputable as Logos, I would feel
    Posted to Learn to Use Biblical Greek and Hebrew by Brandon on Sat, Jul 3 2010
  • Re: Sample Layouts

    Check here: http://wiki.logos.com/Logos_4_Video_Tutorials Look at the videos by John Fidel. I have found his videos very helpful.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Brandon on Mon, Apr 26 2010
  • Passage List...um...what is it?

    What is the Passage List designed to do and how is it helpful/useful? What do you personally use it for in L4?
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Brandon on Fri, Mar 19 2010
  • Re: 4.0c is coming. 400 MB. Bring it on Bradley

    Mark, is it weird that I try to read your posts with an English accent? I would gladly pay money to replace my speech with an accent!
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Brandon on Thu, Mar 18 2010
  • Re: 4.0c is coming. 400 MB. Bring it on Bradley

    [quote user="Mark Barnes"]ESV, KJV and Apostolic Fathers.[/quote] What?!? No NASB?!?...I feel cheated!
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Brandon on Thu, Mar 18 2010
  • Re: 4.0c is coming. 400 MB. Bring it on Bradley

    Currently downloading 275.6 MB... Rev Int?
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Brandon on Thu, Mar 18 2010
  • Re: BUG: 4.0b-RC1 crashes when running a custom passage guide

    [quote user="EbbeAndréasson"]Maybe you have to delete your custom passage guide an create a new one in current version.[/quote] Worked like a charm! Thanks!
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Brandon on Tue, Mar 9 2010
  • BUG: 4.0b-RC1 crashes when running a custom passage guide

    I can reproduce this every time I use my custom passage guide and can reproduce it on both my laptop and desktop. Haven't had this problem until the latest release. Anybody else have this problem? Here's the log from my desktop:\ 5672.Logos4Crash.txt
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Brandon on Mon, Mar 8 2010
  • Re: Encyclopaedia Biblica

    Check this site out. http://www.pdftoword.com/
    Posted to Files by Brandon on Sat, Feb 27 2010
  • Re: E4-My Conversion Just Updated

    [quote user="P. Keith Larson"] old E4 books[/quote] Is there a way to find these old Libronix versions of E4? They use Quickverse now and their customer service said that they had to destroy all copies of Libronix format versions when their Logos contract expired. I REALLY am in need of the Thompson Chain Reference resource that was once available through
    Posted to Logos 4 by Brandon on Fri, Feb 5 2010
  • Re: Great Offer: take advantage of this.

    Jim, You have summed up my position nicely. Why would I choose to pay for something that I already have for free in other Bible software programs and already exists as a L3 PBB (and will eventually be a L4 PBB)? I will save my money for resources that are not yet public domain or cannot be found easily. I do realize that the Logos tagging will be far
    Posted to General by Brandon on Mon, Jan 11 2010
  • Re: Chronological Bible Reading Plan I Use

    Glad I could help. After you've used the chrono OT for a while, let me know how well it works. I'm going through the NT right now and it is working quite well. I haven't tried the OT yet so I can't vouch for how accurate it is (I simply copied it from print reading plan).
    Posted to Logos 4 by Brandon on Sat, Jan 9 2010
  • Re: Chronological Bible Reading Plan I Use

    [quote user="Stephen Filyer"]By combining the two plans, though, I will be into October before i get to the "Promised Land" of the New Testament![/quote] I hear ya. What you can do instead is set up a chrono reading plan of the OT for 6 months. Then, when you finish that plan, set one up for the NT in 6 months. The readings for the OT will be longer
    Posted to Logos 4 by Brandon on Sat, Jan 9 2010
  • Re: Compendium of Christian Theology on Community Pricing

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"]Rather than an auction, I would use the image of a horse race - your most rational bid will include predicting the future based on the facts and impressions at hand.[/quote] Ah yes, but with community pricing, I can 'change my horse' at any time. If another horse starts to jump out in front, I can switch my bid to him (or her
    Posted to General by Brandon on Sat, Jan 9 2010
  • Re: Chronological Bible Reading Plan I Use

    Check the wiki... http://wiki.logos.com/Reading_Plans
    Posted to Logos 4 by Brandon on Sat, Jan 9 2010
  • Re: Compendium of Christian Theology on Community Pricing

    BTW, I've lowered all of my community pricing bids. I admit I did not understand the logic behind it, yet I was told the best thing to do was bid high so I did. John you have converted me to the 'dark side'... p.s. It would be nice if a Logos staff member could weigh in on the debate and clear up some of the murky water. Perhaps we should start a new
    Posted to General by Brandon on Sat, Jan 9 2010
  • Re: Compendium of Christian Theology on Community Pricing

    [quote user="JackCaviness"]People following your plan has kept Barnes Notes in Community Pricing for years.[/quote] I beg to differ. The reason I haven't (and won't) bid on Barnes notes it two-fold: 1. It is available for free in other software. 2. More importantly, it was available as a PBB in L3, and eventually will be in L4. I don't want to pay for
    Posted to General by Brandon on Sat, Jan 9 2010
Page 1 of 2 (39 items) 1 2 Next > |