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  • Re: Windows 8 & Logos- Logo's Team thoughts?

    I apologize for not making myself more clear; when I clicked "reply" on Kevin's thread on page 2, I mistakenly assumed that it was quoting the message. I'm not sure what made you think my post was an attack on you, or that I was setting up any strawmen. In fact, my post was intended to address the multiple comments on this thread that blasted all things
    Posted to Logos 4 by Greg Walker on Mon, Apr 2 2012
  • Re: Windows 8 & Logos- Logo's Team thoughts?

    Funny. I was blissfully ignorant at how poorly Windows 7 worked with touch when I bought my Asus Slate a year ago. I'm really glad I didn't see this thread while I was using Logos to finish my graduate degree in theology using that Slate, particularly since I didn't realize it would only run little apps, and not MS Office 2010 Professional while writing
    Posted to Logos 4 by Greg Walker on Sun, Apr 1 2012
  • Re: "Preparing your Library-This may take FOREVER?"

    Update: I got a reply from tech support the next morning. Unfortunately, when I went to delete some of the files he suggested, I discovered some issues in my drive permissions, and some how created a bigger problem (not logos related). So, the Logos fix is on hold while we address some issues ("My Documents" disappeared, even though the file space still
    Posted to Logos 4 by Greg Walker on Wed, Oct 12 2011
  • Re: 2011 Laptop Recommendations

    Just a quick note, but a STRONG endorsement for the Asus Slate. Full Windows computer, with lots of computing power, rocks in both portability and reliability. The higher end model is similar in price to the Samsung you linked to, but brings some great features to the table. I too am a student, but probably quite a bit older. I bought my Slate in the
    Posted to Logos 4 by Greg Walker on Tue, Oct 11 2011
  • Re: "Preparing your Library-This may take FOREVER?"

    The bulk of my email was, in fact, a link to this thread. I figure it would say everything better than I could repeat it, and not gum up the mail server with attachments. I'll definitely let you know how it comes out--after I get my homework done!
    Posted to Logos 4 by Greg Walker on Mon, Oct 10 2011
  • Re: "Preparing your Library-This may take FOREVER?"

    email sent to tech support... waiting for response.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Greg Walker on Mon, Oct 10 2011
  • Re: "Preparing your Library-This may take FOREVER?"

    Logs attached; looks like the same thing going on. Is there a way to reinstall the update? Need to know where to turn next. 38222.Logos4Indexer.log 51102.Logos4.log
    Posted to Logos 4 by Greg Walker on Mon, Oct 10 2011
  • Re: "Preparing your Library-This may take FOREVER?"

    Yes. I killed indexing in the task manager, ensured that it was gone, and that the "hidden icon" in my system tray that shows Logos is indexing was gone. I then ran "rebuild index" again, and both the hidden icon and the process in task manager have re-appeared, so it seems to be rebuilding the index. I guess my only question now is whether or not it
    Posted to Logos 4 by Greg Walker on Mon, Oct 10 2011
  • Re: "Preparing your Library-This may take FOREVER?"

    Definitely in Command Bar
    Posted to Logos 4 by Greg Walker on Mon, Oct 10 2011
  • Re: "Preparing your Library-This may take FOREVER?"

    Killing the indexer in Task Manager got me into the program, thanks! As far as the "Rebuild Index" command, I typed it into the command bar, and hit "enter", but it doesn't appear to have done anything?
    Posted to Logos 4 by Greg Walker on Mon, Oct 10 2011
  • Re: "Preparing your Library-This may take FOREVER?"

    [quote user="Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :)"] [quote user="Greg Walker"]Any suggestions?[/quote] Wonder about permanently enabling Diagnostic Logging then reboot computer, then can look at Logos4Indexer.log file to see what is happening. Note: "permanent" logging can be turned off later. Also wonder if Perseus resources recently downloaded ? (yet 12 hours
    Posted to Logos 4 by Greg Walker on Mon, Oct 10 2011
  • Re: "Preparing your Library-This may take FOREVER?"

    I wouldn't consider a dual-core i5 with 4gig of RAM a slower processor; indexing has never taken this long before, not even on my wife's 5 year old laptop. I understand the purpose of indexing; it's just not working right. For the record, we're well over 24 hours now, and still not complete. I'll give the diagnostic logging idea a try.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Greg Walker on Mon, Oct 10 2011
  • "Preparing your Library-This may take FOREVER?"

    When I opened Logos yesterday it toldme it was downloading updates, so I left it to run overnight, which it did. This morning it was "Preparing my Library-this may take a while". It is 12 hours later, and it is still preparing. I have paused it,but was unable to open the program or even get the status box to go away without hitting the x in the upper
    Posted to Logos 4 by Greg Walker on Sun, Oct 9 2011
  • Re: How do you best use Turabian in Citation Styles to help write your paper?

    One comment indicated that Logos formatted the footnote and not the bibliography entry; you can obtain the bibliography entry by clicking the "info button" ("i" inside a circle on the far right of the resource window toolbar), then scrolling down to the citation section, click "copy", then pasting into your Word document in the bibliography entry. If
    Posted to Logos 4 by Greg Walker on Sat, Apr 30 2011
  • Re: anyone else running l4 on a tablet pc?

    I too am running Logos 4 on my ASUS Slate. I got the 65 gig HD and have about 9.5 gig open, with full Office 2010 professional, and quite about 10 gig of music. My Slate has become my primary computer. I'm sure I can create more HD space by getting rid of some of the bloatware, but overall I'm very happy with it as is, and will look at the SD options
    Posted to Logos 4 by Greg Walker on Fri, Apr 22 2011
  • Touch scrolling for tablet PCs

    I'm running Logos4 on my Asus Slate Windows7 64 bit. Touch scrolling does not work, although touching to select I or using the stylus to hold down the scrollbar arrow is functional. I say" functional", because although it does work, it is hard to view the Screen, done must be very precise in placing the stylus to be able to control the scrolling. With
    Posted to Suggestions by Greg Walker on Thu, Apr 21 2011
  • Re: Your Guide to Getting Started with Logos 4!

    All: Great info! Thanks, you've helped a LOT in a short period. I've been using Logos for several months now, but I certainly haven't been using it well . I have ordered a user's guide to resolve that. But until that arrives, and in preparation for the paper due this weekend, this has helped me enormously to understand how the tool works.
    Posted to Logos Blog by Greg Walker on Fri, Apr 8 2011
  • Re: Your Guide to Getting Started with Logos 4!

    Mark: Thanks for your help. I had discovered that the Go box and the command box yielded different results. However, I think my problem was that my search in the Go box was too vague...is that correct?
    Posted to Logos Blog by Greg Walker on Fri, Apr 8 2011
  • Re: Your Guide to Getting Started with Logos 4!

    Oops... Screenshot showed up in the reply dialog box, but not in the post. Here it is:
    Posted to Logos Blog by Greg Walker on Fri, Apr 8 2011
  • Re: Your Guide to Getting Started with Logos 4!

    Here's what I was seeing. I played around to see if my search was what caused the problem, and it appears that it was. My search term was "Judges", because I'm writing on the theme of the book of judges. When I changed the search to a passage from Judges (1:1-8), I did get the view described. So, problem solved, but I thought I'd post my results in
    Posted to Logos Blog by Greg Walker on Fri, Apr 8 2011
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