Search

Search in sorted by
  • Re: Removing from this device = hiding them?

    Ok - thanks for the clarifications guys. Yes, I think I might just remove them all.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Paul Chatfield on Sun, May 10 2020
  • Removing from this device = hiding them?

    Hi guys - just seeking to remove a lot of Perseus materials from my Library as I don't use them and was thinking how to do that. I guess one idea is asking Logos to remove that collection. Another would be to hide them. Is that what happens when you choose to "remove them from this device" or is that a third option? Thanks for the clarification! Paul
    Posted to Logos 8 by Paul Chatfield on Sun, May 10 2020
  • Re: Which verses from Leviticus are quoted in the NT?

    [quote user="Graham Criddle"] That would explain it - the Interactive was introduced as a paid option in Logos 7. [/quote] Ah ok, thanks Graham good to know. Even if I can't afford each upgrade, perhaps this is a helpful reminder that every 2-3 versions I should pay for a Bronze upgrade or something similar. As for the Carson and Beale commentary, it
    Posted to Logos 8 by Paul Chatfield on Sat, Apr 11 2020
  • Re: Which verses from Leviticus are quoted in the NT?

    I have bought Logos Silver before as well as other upgrades but have done the last 2 versions on free...
    Posted to Logos 8 by Paul Chatfield on Sat, Apr 11 2020
  • Re: Which verses from Leviticus are quoted in the NT?

    Thank you both, but unfortunately, I don't think I have that resource.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Paul Chatfield on Sat, Apr 11 2020
  • Which verses from Leviticus are quoted in the NT?

    Hi all - I thought the question above would be useful as I do an overview of Leviticus - but actually I thought the question would be really useful for any book. I was just thinking about explicit quotations. I had thought allusions would be something that would be too hard to find however Don Carson's book "Commentary of the NT use of the OT" has an
    Posted to Logos 8 by Paul Chatfield on Sat, Apr 11 2020
  • Re: Collections Question

    Thank you these suggestions both of you. I've spent 2-3 hours coding some collections and then setting my final as type:commentary -(various series I have) and seem to be picking up the few that I've as yet unassigned which is great. Thank you both!
    Posted to General by Paul Chatfield on Tue, Dec 17 2019
  • Collections Question

    I have split my commentaries up a while ago into various types (comm_technical, comm_intermediate, sermons etc) and regularly use an adapted passage guide to search through my commentaries. However, some new ones I forget to label and put in. I currently have my commentary guides set up to explicitly include certain series or books. Is it possible to
    Posted to General by Paul Chatfield on Mon, Dec 16 2019
  • BUG:

    4477.LogosCrash.zip Logos has crashed a couple of times but this one was the easiest to replicate. this comes when looking at the Passage Analysis tool. Any help welcome. Thank you! :)
    Posted to Logos 8 by Paul Chatfield on Fri, Oct 4 2019
  • What makes Logos work faster?

    What makes Logos faster a) Installing Windows on ordinary HDD and Logos on SSD b) Installing Windows on SSD and Logos on HDD i don’t have space to do both unfortunately
    Posted to General by Paul Chatfield on Mon, Sep 9 2019
  • Re: Adding a note took 143 secs

    Thanks Mark - yes I have 1 visual filter that I use and it does slow things down so I will turn that off. And thanks Philana for the advice on how to record a log, I'll consider doing that. At the moment, I'm working on some general Windows hacks that are helping (removing transparency from windows and other fancy stuff, editing Virtual Memory, both
    Posted to Logos 8 by Paul Chatfield on Mon, Jun 24 2019
  • Re: Adding a note took 143 secs

    Thank you for your helpful comments Dave. I bought my computer just under 3 years ago and SSD health is high - 95% according to the check I did. However, my notes+highlights come to 18k so that could be the issue. I'll work on optimising my OS in the meantime. Thanks to the other person for the comment of connecting to the internet. I hadn't thought
    Posted to Logos 8 by Paul Chatfield on Sat, Jun 22 2019
  • Re: Adding a note took 143 secs

    Notes, I have 7000. Highlights, 10k and growing as I've started colouring in a Bible in multi-colours which will keep that rising. If that's likely to slow Logos 8 down dramatically, that's good to be aware of. However, this problem wasn't there in Logos 7 so it seems it's particular to Logos 8... Computer specs: 240Gb SSD HD (used 70% of it) Processor
    Posted to Logos 8 by Paul Chatfield on Sat, Jun 22 2019
  • Re: Table of God references in Genesis per chapter

    Ah - brilliant thanks Mark! :)
    Posted to Logos 8 by Paul Chatfield on Sat, Jun 22 2019
  • Table of God references in Genesis per chapter

    I have been reading through Genesis and noticed that the names of God are quite interesting at various points. Having read Gen 34 about Dinah's rape, it was striking that God's name was not mentioned once - and given the act and the response, it makes sense why not. I wondered if this was the only chapter in Genesis where God's name was not mentioned
    Posted to Logos 8 by Paul Chatfield on Sat, Jun 22 2019
  • Adding a note took 143 secs

    This is just a plea for speeding up notes. Adding notes does not normally take me 143 seconds as it did this last time but one in five times, it does take more than 10 secs. This seems really quite long even if I had an ancient computer, with 50 programs open (neither of which is true). This causes problems in two ways: 1) when I come to copying notes
    Posted to Logos 8 by Paul Chatfield on Sat, Jun 22 2019
  • Web app shows inline Hebrew in each time it reloads

    Hi all - when I open the Web App, it remembers the last documents I had open - which is great - however the Bible translation ESV it always then adds in inline the manuscript (transliterated) and the Lemma despite me turning them off each time I use it. I'm sure I'm missing a simple way to get rid of it but can't think how. Any thoughts welcome!
    Posted to Logos 8 Web App by Paul Chatfield on Sat, Jun 15 2019
  • Re: How to order notes by reference?

    Thank you Reuben for your help. Yes, the full preview mode does come pretty close. I hadn't spotted that, so thank you again! As for the comments on the notes files, yes I realise they're less needed. I could export them into one large file but don't know if that's best practice or not. I've separated the highlighting out as that affected ordering by
    Posted to Logos Notes by Paul Chatfield on Fri, Jun 7 2019
  • Re: How to order notes by reference?

    Thanks Reuben - the idea of saving the format is good, but I often switch between books between preparing a sermon, quiet time or other things and each time I add a note it opens a new notes file that I have to reorder etc rather than using the existing notes file that I have ordered by reference for example. This is not ideal. However your other observation
    Posted to Logos Notes by Paul Chatfield on Fri, Jun 7 2019
  • Re: How to order notes by reference?

    Anyhow, those suggestions have both been very helpful. Logos 7 notes were much better in that they were default ordered by reference whereas these - even after removing my highlights, require re-ordering and then scrolling down to the right place in the notebook to see the adjacent notes. Does anyone know if others have expressed concern about improving
    Posted to Logos Notes by Paul Chatfield on Fri, Jun 7 2019
Page 1 of 9 (180 items) 1 2 3 4 5 Next > ... Last » |