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  • Re: parsing when offline

    Wow, no help available at all. Didn't think this would stump the whole community
    Posted to Android Apps by David Doyle on Mon, Sep 16 2013
  • parsing when offline

    I'm trying to transition to Logos for leading Bible study and I occasionally need to have Greek parsing available. I'm currently using the Nestle-Aland 27th edition with Gramcord, but it won't give me parsing info even though it's downloaded to my tablet? So, what will? How do I get parsing info when I can't be connected to wifi? Thanks
    Posted to Android Apps by David Doyle on Thu, Sep 12 2013
  • Re: Microsoft Surface

    Where is the Logos app in the store? The only thing I can find is a verse of the day app? I've just purchased a Surface RT and would like to have access to my Logos texts no matter what state. Thanks.
    Posted to Windows Store Apps by David Doyle on Thu, Nov 8 2012
  • "Preparing to download"

    I had some trouble with my Mac and the last release of Logos so I reinstalled 10.6 and Logos. Now I get the message "Preparing to Download" and and spinning cursor. How long should this take? I note no activity on my system - airport shows no data throughput, and Activity Monitor shows Logos using between .5 and 1.1 percent of CPU activity with 94%
    Posted to Logos 4 by David Doyle on Thu, Mar 3 2011
  • Bible Word Study

    I feel like such a noobie here, but I have to say that the Bible Word Study is one of the most helpful things I've come across yet! Maybe it's been in for a while, but I just found it. I'm trying to answer the question of why most versions ignore the repeated use of phroneoo in translating Rom 12:16 and I hovered over the word in the exegetical guide
    Posted to Logos 4 by David Doyle on Wed, May 5 2010
  • Re: IPad eBook Question

    Doug, If you have just plain PDF files the iPad app called "GoodReader" is excellent for reading them. I'm using it (and Logos too - love the iPad app!!) and it works just fine for PDF files. The app costs .99 currently. Dave
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by David Doyle on Wed, Apr 21 2010
  • Re: Kindle and L4

    Depends on how much work you want to do. You can cut and paste portions to a word processing file, then use something like Stanza to reformat into a Kindle file and transfer via USB. It works, but it's painful. This works only for Logos to Kindle.
    Posted to Logos 4 by David Doyle on Fri, Mar 5 2010
  • Re: Making one pane full screen - How?

    Michael - thanks. It works. I'm sure having a hard time wrapping my mind around the new ways of doing things. I'd add my vote for an unfloat button as well
    Posted to Logos 4 by David Doyle on Wed, Feb 24 2010
  • Re: Making one pane full screen - How?

    Thanks - that does work to full screen in a couple of steps. Now how do I return it to a non float and back where it started? I could do this easily in Logos3 and it was my preferred way to work. Thanks.
    Posted to Logos 4 by David Doyle on Wed, Feb 24 2010
  • Making one pane full screen - How?

    I apologize in advance if this is in the forums but I couldn't find the answer to my question. I'd like to know how to make one pane display full screen. For example, let's say I type Jeremiah 18 into the search window. Up comes a display with passage guide/exegetical guide in a pane on the left. The middle is two panes ESV and WBC, and a couple of
    Posted to Logos 4 by David Doyle on Wed, Feb 24 2010
  • Should I run Windows, too?

    I"ve read through the forum and I'm still undecided as to what to do. I don't really want to run Windows on my Mac, but the Alpha is so limited that I'm constantly fussing with the decision. I'd appreciate some thoughts from those of you running both the Mac version and the Windows version. Is it worth it? Do you find yourself booting into Windows much
    Posted to Logos 4 by David Doyle on Mon, Jan 25 2010
  • Re: Logos Bible Software for Mobile Devices

    I think more than anything I want to be able to read the books in my Logos library on my handheld - I use both a Blackberry Tour and an iPod Touch. If the notes and current position could be synced like the Kindle I'd be ecstatic. There are so many books in the Logos list that I'd get if I could read when I was not at my computer. Thanks for thinking
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by David Doyle on Wed, Aug 12 2009
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