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  • No ESV?

    We use the Reftagger on our website (e.g. http://www.gty.org/resources/devotionals/daily-bible ) defaulting to the NASB95. However, when a user clicks a verse and is taken to biblia.com, the ESV is not an alternative translation option (listed or under "more"). This is both as a guest and with a biblia account. However, if I go to biblia.com, the ESV
    Posted to Biblia.com by Gabriel Powell on Mon, Apr 6 2015
  • Re: MacArthur Sermon Archive - Thousands of Typos - Who is Responsible?

    Anyone know how I can change the subtext in my comments (i.e. my computer information)? I've looked all over the profile area and can't find it.
    Posted to General by Gabriel Powell on Fri, Jan 23 2015
  • Re: MacArthur Sermon Archive - Thousands of Typos - Who is Responsible?

    Rick, greetings from a fellow TMS grad :-). " But most of these typos could have been easily fixed with a quick review before being published on Logos." Perhaps, but it's not that simple. It's one thing for a group of people to run through a couple thousand documents cleaning them up. But their work needs to be checked and managed and coordinated. Since
    Posted to General by Gabriel Powell on Fri, Jan 23 2015
  • Re: MacArthur Sermon Archive - Thousands of Typos - Who is Responsible?

    mike, If you haven't been, you're welcome to join us anytime at our 8:30, 10:30 or 6PM services. Probably the best time to meet John is immediately after the 6PM service as he enjoys greeting people at that time.
    Posted to General by Gabriel Powell on Fri, Jan 23 2015
  • Re: MacArthur Sermon Archive - Thousands of Typos - Who is Responsible?

    Friends, I am the Internet Ministry Coordinator at Grace to You and have worked with Faithlife on the MacArthur Sermon Archive project. As a number of you have already noted, this brief article explains why there are so many typographical errors in the archive. The average transcript length is approximately 20 pages (depending on formatting, of course
    Posted to General by Gabriel Powell on Thu, Jan 22 2015
  • Bug: Verses center-aligned

    On my Galaxy phone, and according to an iPad user, when someone clicks on a passage through our app (GTY App), the Biblia page shows the scripture text center-aligned. One verse isn't a big deal, but when it shows a range or whole chapter, it makes it very difficult to read.
    Posted to Biblia.com by Gabriel Powell on Tue, May 27 2014
  • Re: Wycliffe and Tyndale English Bible translations

    Thank you! My bid is in :)
    Posted to Suggestions by Gabriel Powell on Fri, Jan 24 2014
  • Wycliffe and Tyndale English Bible translations

    I would love to see Logos should put the Bible translations of Wycliffe and Tyndale in the library. This is helpful to see why modern translations use the words they do, and can tip us off to words that have been passed forward, but have changed meaning (preventing us from making modern definition errors).
    Posted to Suggestions by Gabriel Powell on Thu, Jan 23 2014
  • Major bug in updated mobile apps

    I use Logos to create several Bible reading schedules, but I use my paper Bible (shock!) to do the actual reading. Until the recent app update, I used either my Android phone or iPa. To check off when I've done a reading. For some undiscernable reason, that function no longer exists. In my opinion that is a major bug. I don't know if it was intentionally
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Gabriel Powell on Thu, Dec 5 2013
  • Use Remote to Change Pager Number

    I don't know if it's new, or if I didn't notice it, but I love the "pager" feature. For our situation we need one "little" upgrade to make it perfect. We would need the ability to update the pager from the Remote App. Are there plans to do that?
    Posted to Proclaim: Church Presentation Software by Gabriel Powell on Wed, May 2 2012
  • Re: Marketing/Product Description Request

    Sam, I'm not sure if you read any of my follow-up responses, but I think you're missing the point of my suggestion. First of all, it's a silly suggestion to assign a theology to books of the Bible. That tells me your response was more emotional than anything else. Second, I've said to others that I realize not every book will fit into a box and that
    Posted to Suggestions by Gabriel Powell on Sun, Jul 10 2011
  • Re: Marketing/Product Description Request

    Richard, I think I pretty much agree with you. The purpose of the labels (and I certainly don't think they should get into minutiae), would not be to determine usefulness, but simply to know what "tradition" someone is writing from. That's all :)... just to get a baseline... not to make my decision for me.
    Posted to Suggestions by Gabriel Powell on Fri, Jul 8 2011
  • Re: Marketing/Product Description Request

    Except that good marketing strategies don't normally include forcing customer to do research.
    Posted to Suggestions by Gabriel Powell on Fri, Jul 8 2011
  • Re: Marketing/Product Description Request

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"]Logos has a very liberal return policy so this shouldn't be a problem.[/quote] Except that I'm likely to not buy if I'm not sure, than buy knowing I can return. I think most people are the same. [quote user="MJ. Smith"]I have my collections split into groups by theological stance which I have to do by hand.[/quote] Imagine if
    Posted to Suggestions by Gabriel Powell on Wed, Jul 6 2011
  • Re: Marketing/Product Description Request

    [quote user="George Somsel"]The bible concerns man's condition in the world and his relationship to God which is not an intellectual enterprise.[/quote] That statement was the result of an intellectual enterprise and is concerned with theology. You cannot escape the intellect or theology when approaching Scripture. Everyone brings their presuppositions
    Posted to Suggestions by Gabriel Powell on Wed, Jul 6 2011
  • Marketing/Product Description Request

    This is something I've thought about for a long time, but is especially relevant now with Catholic resources increasing in Logos. One complaint (albeit somewhat minor) I have is Logos promotes all resources to everyone without distinction. When products come out, it is impossible to know (unless you already know) what theological slice the resource
    Posted to Suggestions by Gabriel Powell on Wed, Jul 6 2011
  • Required offline books?

    I search the forum and couldn't find the answer to this. What resources/books are required/recommended to be able to use the Passage Guide, Word Study, and the word Look Up tools offline?
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Gabriel Powell on Sun, Apr 17 2011
  • Re: New Reasons to Download the Free Logos App

    Major feature request. It would be super helpful to have a batch download feature. An iPad update failed and I had to start all over. Apparently the offline books weren't synced with iTunes (should they be?), but now I have to go through a ton of books I want available offline. I have a Wi-Fi only iPad, and I bought it primarily for Logos, so I want
    Posted to Logos Blog by Gabriel Powell on Mon, Apr 4 2011
  • Re: Available Resources for iPhone and iPad

    Any ETA on the Theological Journals?
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Gabriel Powell on Fri, Jun 4 2010
  • Perpetually Preparing Library

    I launched A16 last night in hopes that it would upgrade to A17. It began downloading 300MB+ and after it finished downloading it didn't do anything. I closed and re-opened Logos and it wouldn't do anything. So I rebooted, opened Logos, and now it's been Preparying my Library for over 7 hours. What should I do next?
    Posted to Logos 4 by Gabriel Powell on Tue, Apr 6 2010
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