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  • Re: 7.11 (7.11.0.0023) is Now Available

    And I'm not sure if it made a difference, but I right clicked on the desktop icon and select "open in file location," THEN Ctrl-started the program, holding down Ctrl from the initial double-click until the login screen appeared.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Travis Arnold on Tue, Nov 28 2017
  • Re: 7.11 (7.11.0.0023) is Now Available

    Actually, it worked when I held Ctrl down the whole time, from initial click until the sign in screen came up.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Travis Arnold on Tue, Nov 28 2017
  • Re: Logos 7 Won't Open

    Thanks! I actually just saw another thread here: https://community.logos.com/forums/t/154779.aspx?PageIndex=1 I'll leave this up for anyone to link to it. Some people are unable to hold down Ctrl while the program starts and it opens to blank work space, which you can set up from scratch, but not using layouts, which will cause a crash. I was able to
    Posted to Logos 7 by Travis Arnold on Tue, Nov 28 2017
  • Re: 7.11 (7.11.0.0023) is Now Available

    I have Windows 10 Pro. It worked earlier this morning, but I could not open it in the afternoon. That is BEFORE I installed the Windows update. I just updated windows to see if it would help, and Logos still won't open. I only get the initial blue "Logos 7" pop up, but no login, home screen, etc. Ctrl start won't work either.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Travis Arnold on Tue, Nov 28 2017
  • Logos 7 Won't Open

    I keep trying to open Logos and it just waits forever doing nothing. I restarted my computer, which installed an update (Windows 10 Pro), but still Logos won't start. It was working fine earlier today. Any ideas why?
    Posted to General by Travis Arnold on Tue, Nov 28 2017
  • Re: No Hebrew Search Results in NASB

    Thanks! I will try the Rebuild Index command and see if it helps. Don, I am on Logos version 6.4 (not Verbum), running in Windows.
    Posted to Logos 6 by Travis Arnold on Mon, Jul 6 2015
  • Re: No Hebrew Search Results in NASB

    Posted to Logos 6 by Travis Arnold on Mon, Jul 6 2015
  • No Hebrew Search Results in NASB

    If I search for a Hebrew word or Strong's number in the NASB95, I get zero results. This is true if I start my search in the Search tab or if I use the right-click menu in the NASB95 Reverse Interlinear. This is not a problem with other translations. Moreover, if I conduct the search in, say, the ESV, then use "Add Version" to view parallel results
    Posted to Logos 6 by Travis Arnold on Mon, Jul 6 2015
  • Re: Searching Strong's Numbers in the NASB

    [quote user="Mike Aubrey"] Which lexeme? ζηλευω or ζηλοω? These are two different words with two different meanings. They're different lemmas and different lexemes (lexemes and lemmas are not the same thing). A lemma is merely a lexicon headword. A lexeme is the abstraction of a lemma with all of its inflectional forms. ζηλευω and ζηλοω are separate
    Posted to Logos 4 by Travis Arnold on Fri, Jun 18 2010
  • Re: Searching Strong's Numbers in the NASB

    Well, it depends on the purpose of the word study. If I want to observe the various contexts in which a particular word is used in order to gain insight into its meaning in various contexts, I may want to see every occurrence of that base word in varying forms. For example, if you were reading 1Co 14 and wanted to look into the Greek behind the word
    Posted to Logos 4 by Travis Arnold on Fri, Jun 18 2010
  • Re: Searching Strong's Numbers in the NASB

    Don't get me wrong. If I could only search "lemmas" in Logos interlinear bibles then I'd be a happy camper! I would be even happier if their lemmas functioned better as links with pop-up capability within their interlinears (right now, only numbers do that). I'd be even happier if their approach to designating which words fell under which lemmas was
    Posted to Logos 4 by Travis Arnold on Fri, Jun 18 2010
  • Re: Searching Strong's Numbers in the NASB

    I'm not a fan of his lexicon. Nor do I prefer numbers over Greek words. I prefer the system that provides the more inclusive lemmas, i.e., the more word-forms grouped under a lemma the better (at least for my purposes much of the time when searching for every occurrence of a word in its various forms).
    Posted to Logos 4 by Travis Arnold on Fri, Jun 18 2010
  • Re: Were Strong's Numbers Re-assigned to Interlinears in Logos 4?

    Thanks Bobby! I never realized that the NASB in L3 was not originally linked to Strong's numbers. That probably explains many of the problems one encounters when searching the NASB for Strong's numbers. Although, I still see value in Strong's numbers, some of the reasons for which I've described here: http://community.logos.com/forums/p/8452/139601
    Posted to Logos 4 by Travis Arnold on Thu, Jun 17 2010
  • Re: Were Strong's Numbers Re-assigned to Interlinears in Logos 4?

    Yes that has always bugged me!
    Posted to Logos 4 by Travis Arnold on Thu, Jun 17 2010
  • Re: Were Strong's Numbers Re-assigned to Interlinears in Logos 4?

    I figured that Logos improved them and made them more congruent with the ESV interlinears. (I haven't read your comment yet but am about to). By two numbers, this is what I mean: In L4, in the NAS, Ps 27:5 has H5521 assigned to "tabernacle" and no other numbers appear. But searching the NAS for H5520 will confirm that "tabernacle" in Ps 27:5 corresponds
    Posted to Logos 4 by Travis Arnold on Thu, Jun 17 2010
  • Re: Were Strong's Numbers Re-assigned to Interlinears in Logos 4?

    Me too! But I wonder why Logos assigned certain Strong's numbers to certain words in the NASB in Logos 3 then changed it in Logos 4. And I wonder why some words have two Strong's numbers assigned to them when only one of those appears in the interlinear.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Travis Arnold on Thu, Jun 17 2010
  • Were Strong's Numbers Re-assigned to Interlinears in Logos 4?

    In the NASB 95 in Logos 3, the word "tabernacle" in Ps 27:5 was assigned to Hebrew Strong's number 5520 (sok). The ESV translated it "shelter" and assigned 5521 (sukkah). In Logos 4, the NASB now follows the ESV and gives it 5521 and not 5520. I realize these are related words, but why was it different before? The strange thing is that, in Logos 4,
    Posted to Logos 4 by Travis Arnold on Thu, Jun 17 2010
  • Re: Searching Strong's Numbers in the NASB

    I wasn't trying to say that Strong's lemmas are better than Logos interlinear lemmas... I realize that they are simply different and I understand the the designation of lemmas employed in the Logos interlinears may be better. But I've observed that, in general, Strong's lemmas are more inclusive, which is what I'm after when performing a search for
    Posted to Logos 4 by Travis Arnold on Sat, Jun 5 2010
  • Re: Searching Strong's Numbers in the NASB

    Of course, I realize that there are valuable resources in Logos that don't correspond to Strong's numbers, and, of course, I access those as well! But the pop-up/key-linking feature very much depends on Strong's numbers.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Travis Arnold on Sat, Jun 5 2010
  • Re: Searching Strong's Numbers in the NASB

    Here is an explanation that I have written previously for students who were interested: Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 “The Lemma Dilemma”. It is not always accurate to search the “Lemma” behind the English word in the ESV Reverse Interlinear. A lemma is a word in its most basic lexical form. (In English, the
    Posted to Logos 4 by Travis Arnold on Sat, Jun 5 2010
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