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  • Re: Where is my Oldest Resource? NIV Anglicised 1984

    [quote user="JAL"] Please report back. [/quote] I shall. In fact, I hope tech support post the solution on this thread because it might be of use to someone else in future. Every blessing Alan
    Posted to Logos 6 by Alan Macgregor on Wed, Dec 10 2014
  • Re: Where is my Oldest Resource? NIV Anglicised 1984

    [quote user="DominicM"] daft question but don't suppose its "time machine" that's restoring that older file/directory as it sees its missing/changed?? [/quote] Thanks for the suggestion, Dominic. Doubt it because my MBA upgrade perfectly and it, of course, has the NIV Anglicised 84 in the Library. Incidentally, it is ANIV.logos4. Time machine runs on
    Posted to Logos 6 by Alan Macgregor on Wed, Dec 10 2014
  • Re: Where is my Oldest Resource? NIV Anglicised 1984

    Thanks. I have emailed tech support to ask for help. I've included a reference to this thread and my logs. I hope that they come up with something soon. I am puzzled that apparently my ANIV.logos4 is either replaced by or morphs into ANIV.lix and ANIV.lsf. Every blessing Alan
    Posted to Logos 6 by Alan Macgregor on Wed, Dec 10 2014
  • Re: Where is my Oldest Resource? NIV Anglicised 1984

    It's happened again! Blank resource has reappeared. So, here is what I did: Closed Logos Checked the Resources folder to find that ANIV.logos4 had disappeared to be replaced by ANIV.lix and ANIV.lsf. Dragged .lix and .lsf to the Trash and dragged ANIV.logos4 into Resources folder. Deleted metadata.db and catalog.db and resource manager.db from there
    Posted to Logos 6 by Alan Macgregor on Wed, Dec 10 2014
  • Re: Where is my Oldest Resource? NIV Anglicised 1984

    No, they didn't but then, as I explained in my reply to Mark, I was away yesterday … and living in Scotland we are about 7 (or is it 8) hours ahead of Bellingham. Thanks for your help and support. Every blessing Alan
    Posted to Logos 6 by Alan Macgregor on Tue, Dec 9 2014
  • Re: Where is my Oldest Resource? NIV Anglicised 1984

    Mark Sorry, I was away yesterday. Trying this morning. There is no difference, ANIV.logos4 does not scan in. I've tried deleting the metadata.db, the catalog.db, even resource manager.db but to no avail. Hiding/Unhiding only restores the coverless, info-less, NIV 84 Anglicised as a Monograph. Finally success! I dragged the resource's lsf and lix files
    Posted to Logos 6 by Alan Macgregor on Tue, Dec 9 2014
  • Re: Where is my Oldest Resource? NIV Anglicised 1984

    [quote user="JAL"]The ANIV existed as an lbxlls file before Logos 4 was released - I have the ANIV Libronix CD.[/quote] I got it on Logos 1.6, whose disks have long since vanished. I still have my Logos 2 CD and all my Libronix CDs though. [quote user="JAL"]OT: What vintage MacBook Air do you have? I am considering Mavericks or Yosemite and have been
    Posted to Logos 6 by Alan Macgregor on Sat, Dec 6 2014
  • Re: Where is my Oldest Resource? NIV Anglicised 1984

    Mark I followed your instructions to the letter. Both lots. No change! (I'll spare you the screen shots.) Dave I looked for ANIV to no avail. It is not on my hard drive. The old ANIV.lix and ANIV.lsf both reappeared after unhiding the resource. But without appearing to download! Where are they coming from? ANIV thinks it is a monograph and not a Bible
    Posted to Logos 6 by Alan Macgregor on Sat, Dec 6 2014
  • Re: POETRY: Rossetti Christina G - Poems

    Thanks. I love her poems. They have a depth, yet a simplicity that is quite captivating – and memorable. Every blessing Alan
    Posted to Files by Alan Macgregor on Sat, Dec 6 2014
  • Re: Where is my Oldest Resource? NIV Anglicised 1984

    Greg Thanks for your advice, which I attempted to follow. When I opened up the resources folder I could not find ANIV.logos4. However, I did find two files ANIV.LIX and ANIV.LSF which I renamed with the suffix old, as you suggested. On opening Logos the resources were still discovered and so I closed Logos and physically moved the two renamed files
    Posted to Logos 6 by Alan Macgregor on Sat, Dec 6 2014
  • Re: Where is my Oldest Resource? NIV Anglicised 1984

    [quote user="Mark Barnes"]The problem looks very much as if it's been caused by a faulty metadata update. Hiding, restarting, unhiding, and restarting again should refresh the metadata.[/quote] Mark I followed your steps exactly. No change! Thanks all the same! Every blessing Alan Edit: I tried again. This time I hid both NIV Anglicised versions (2011
    Posted to Logos 6 by Alan Macgregor on Fri, Dec 5 2014
  • Re: Matthew Poole or Matthew Pool

    Dave Poole lived at a time when spelling was by no means fixed, especially surnames. Even Shakespeare spelled his name differently on different occasions. Printers were notorious for altering name spellings – a bit like newspaper journalists today! Every blessing Alan
    Posted to General by Alan Macgregor on Fri, Dec 5 2014
  • Re: Where is my Oldest Resource? NIV Anglicised 1984

    [quote user="Mike Binks"]I doubt that it is the program itself that is the problem.[/quote] Mike I appreciate your response. I'm sure that you are right, but the update process did something to destabilise the resource. My tuppence worth on this is that somehow the resource was corrupted on installation and relaunch of SR-2. I say this because just
    Posted to Logos 6 by Alan Macgregor on Fri, Dec 5 2014
  • Re: Where is my Oldest Resource? NIV Anglicised 1984

    I've rebuilt the bible index but there has been no change in the appearance of the resource either in the library list or displayed in its panel, or even the shortcut icon. The cover has gone and so has bibliographic information. Is there any way that this resource can be recovered properly? Every blessing Alan
    Posted to Logos 6 by Alan Macgregor on Thu, Dec 4 2014
  • Re: Where is my Oldest Resource? NIV Anglicised 1984

    Bradley and Graham I tried both your suggestions - Bradley's first. Here is the resultant screen shot: Here is the second resource opened and "info-ed" I seem to have lost the cover illustration and any description of the resource! But at least it is back. Thanks for your help. I hope there is some way of recovering the info. Would rebuilding the Biblical
    Posted to Logos 6 by Alan Macgregor on Thu, Dec 4 2014
  • Re: Where is my Oldest Resource? NIV Anglicised 1984

    Graham The screen shot shows the filtered resource (singular)! Every blessing Alan
    Posted to Logos 6 by Alan Macgregor on Thu, Dec 4 2014
  • Where is my Oldest Resource? NIV Anglicised 1984

    These smileys don't even begin to describe my feelings after the latest "Update" to SR-2. My oldest resource has vanished from my library! I have had it since Logos 1.6 in 1993! Please restore my NIV Anglicised 1984 edition immediately! I am not a happy bunny! All I have is the vastly inferior NIV Anglicised 2011.
    Posted to Logos 6 by Alan Macgregor on Thu, Dec 4 2014
  • Re: What font do you all use?

    It also depends on what language you are working with. For Greek I use Gentium , as it has a really nice-looking Greek font – easy on the old eyes. Here's a screenshot of my display preferences: Every blessing Alan
    Posted to General by Alan Macgregor on Wed, Dec 3 2014
  • Re: Select Your Own Base Bundles

    Rayner [quote user="Rayner"] I'm wondering whether Logos has ever considered allowing a "select your own bundle". … Hence my question concerns whether it's possible to suggest packages to Logos and then ask them to provide prices for bulk buying multiple sets at the same time? [/quote] In the past I have sometimes wondered the same. In that connection
    Posted to General by Alan Macgregor on Wed, Dec 3 2014
  • Re: Crossgrade question

    [quote user="Jason Murray"]why are there Crossgrade options?[/quote] Jason I'm not a technical person, just a minister of the gospel, but a long-time Logos user. As I understand it, it is about levels of functionality. The Core Crossgrade may well be entirely adequate for Logos users who don't need more than basic tools and datasets, because they have
    Posted to Logos 6 by Alan Macgregor on Wed, Dec 3 2014
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