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  • Re: Afrikaans 1983 Reference Bible does not contain the actual text of the Bible

    Sarel, I thank you for taking the time to post this very useful reply. What bothers me I that I don't an Afrikaans Bible for Logos. So when I decided to buy one, I thought "Mmm, one with lots of references is always better than one without them." So now I have to go and buy a second Afrikaans Bible just to make it work. There is no good reason not to
    Posted to General by Gerhard Venter on Sun, Oct 15 2017
  • Afrikaans 1983 Reference Bible does not contain the actual text of the Bible

    I've just bought the Afrikaans 1983 Reference Bible. I am SO disappointed! It does not seem to contain the actual text of the Bible -- just the references. Either that, or I'm unable to find the text. Please don't tell me this "Reference Bible" consists only of the references, and not the text itself! In that case it is UTTERLY useless, and, in fact
    Posted to General by Gerhard Venter on Sun, Oct 15 2017
  • Re: Starting wit Logos

    Jacques, moving to Logos was a great idea for me. Obviously going into debt is a bad idea - however. However, I went on a payment plan, and for me (I'm on Social Security disability and needed Logos to help launch a writing career) and it really took the sting out of the pretty steep (but worthwhile) startup cost. As for commentaries - I own the paper
    Posted to Reformed Products by Gerhard Venter on Wed, Jul 27 2016
  • Re: Incorporate a Journal function within Logos 4

    Logos team: no pressure, but a man can dream, right? I realize that I'm probably only summing up what the users have been saying. 1. On our journey, the world is tied to our prayers. A journal should be tightly integrated with the prayer list (my favorite feature, BTW). 2. A journal could automatically (or semi-automatically) pull in references to what
    Posted to Logos 4 by Gerhard Venter on Wed, Jul 22 2015
  • Re: New Feature: Send to Kindle

    At the price we pay for a base package, we should be able to read it anywhere we like. I don't give away, lend out or share anything. But I'm not able to sit in a chair for extended periods and need to be able to read in bed. If Faithlife set limits, I'll respect them, of course. But I don't get a sense that I should be tiptoeing around about putting
    Posted to Logos 6 by Gerhard Venter on Sun, Jun 21 2015
  • Re: Calling on Afrikaans users

    Gerhard Venter. Soos julle van my naam kan aflei, is ek Pools ;-> Ek is op soek na die 1933 vertaling in eboekformaat (synde 'n bietjie lank in die tand).
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Gerhard Venter on Mon, May 11 2015
  • Re: Greek Fonts in WORD 2010?

    Though I appreciate everyone's input. The language keyboards were the answer I needed. So thanks for the link to the video. I followed the video and now have both my Greek and Hebrew available to me by simply using the "alt+shift+#". I assigned 1 for English, 2 for Greek and 3 for Hebrew. Now I can quickly switch between them. This is actually a better
    Posted to General by David C. Alves on Mon, Sep 26 2011
  • Re: Greek Fonts in WORD 2010?

    This is great information. I have a couple of the fonts listed: SBL Greek; SBL Hebrew; KadmosU . . . BUT NO on Ezra, SIL, Gentium But I have not clearly stated the problem . . . I have some Greek and Hebrew fonts, but they end up as English in the doc. So if I type "luw" I don't get the Greek letter I get "luw" In addition, all the articles or posts
    Posted to General by David C. Alves on Sun, Sep 25 2011
  • Greek Fonts in WORD 2010?

    I recently upgraded to Office 2010. I've discovered I have no Greek or Hebrew fonts in WORD 2010. Can anyone recommend a course of action? What have YOU done if you're using WORD 2010? Thanks in advance for any direction you can give.
    Posted to General by David C. Alves on Sat, Sep 24 2011
  • Re: No page numbers available for citation

    Same problem here - I've got "Martin Luther's Basic Theological Writings" by Lull - no page numbers. I guess I'm old school about this too. However, having been in IT for many years, just think of this: page numbers are metadata , so their connection with the text is arbitrary, i.e. it changes from edition to edition, causing a lot of problems. On the
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Gerhard Venter on Wed, Feb 9 2011
  • Re: Lost Notes?

    Thanks.
    Posted to Logos 4 by David C. Alves on Mon, Nov 23 2009
  • Lost Notes?

    Does anyone know what happened to the old notes files from Logos 3? I had twenty or more studies going on there and now don't see them in L4.??
    Posted to Logos 4 by David C. Alves on Mon, Nov 23 2009
  • Re: Logos Notes

    Does anyone know what happened to the old notes files from Logos 3? I had twenty or more studies going on there and now don't see them in L4.??
    Posted to Logos 4 by David C. Alves on Mon, Nov 23 2009
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