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  • Re: 6.5 (6.5.0.0027) available for download

    My Logos 6 went through the motions of the update, am I correct in understanding that there is nothing to gain for non-subscription paying users?
    Posted to Logos 6 by Stephen Smith on Mon, Aug 10 2015
  • Re: Logos Now

    "If Logos would only assure us that Logos NOW will have ALL the features and ALL the data sets of all future base packages and we would NEVER have to purchase a base package again just like Office 365 that would be enough. But as it is the system seems like throwing good money after bad." And this is exactly what I do not want to have happen. I do not
    Posted to Logos Now by Stephen Smith on Wed, Apr 8 2015
  • Re: Logos Now

    Good points Mark. Faithlife is certainly the top-shelf producer of Bible study software to be sure. For churches, seminaries, pastors, etc it is a cost that I suspect can be more easily absorbed and expensed by the budgets of those entities. I have and will continue to enjoy Logos as long as I can. Being a "civilian" in all of this I do not have the
    Posted to Logos Now by Stephen Smith on Tue, Apr 7 2015
  • Re: Important Feature - Internet

    ... or Logos switches to a SAAS model (Logos Now)
    Posted to Logos 6 by Stephen Smith on Tue, Apr 7 2015
  • Re: Atlas available only online

    Thanks for the response, I would imagine the maps would be large but not as large as most mapping software that you can download and install. The logos Atlas really is not that detailed. With the libraries themselves at 5GB+ when installed what a couple more :-) It does present a problem as well for those who are wanting to use the software out in the
    Posted to Logos 6 by Stephen Smith on Tue, Apr 7 2015
  • Atlas available only online

    As I have recently discovered, the Atlas feature of Logos 6 works only while online, otherwise it is useless. Is this something that will be addressed at some point? Thanks
    Posted to Logos 6 by Stephen Smith on Tue, Apr 7 2015
  • Re: Logos Now

    For what it is worth..... Being a layperson who forks out all the costs for Logos out of my own pocket I have absolutely no interest with SAAS (Software As A Service) model for Logos. I know that is not what this is, now, but it sure looks like an indication of the future. I am in IT and deal with software vendors all the time and the SAAS model is
    Posted to Logos Now by Stephen Smith on Tue, Apr 7 2015
  • Re: documentary

    Thanks Rosie! I had heard of the Frontline piece but was fearful it was meant to simply draw doubt upon the faith (given that it is a PBS creation). I will check it out. I also will look into the others that you mention. Given the time of year the airwaves will be filled with documentaries and such that are meant to criticize the faith.
    Posted to General by Stephen Smith on Tue, Feb 24 2015
  • documentary

    I realize these forums are for discussing Logos and the various products. But I do not know of any other forum that exists in the "home field" in which to ask this question. Does anyone know of a good documentary that focuses on the history of Christianity? I do not want a re-enactment or something that is meant to proselytize. I also don't want one
    Posted to General by Stephen Smith on Tue, Feb 24 2015
  • Re: Default layout question

    Yes, you are right. Option #3 brings back what I want but was not really helpful, at first. Let me explain. So I did a search for Nehemiah 8, Logos did its' thing and return the results and opened up my bibles and the commentary I prioritized. The bibles opened are all the ones I want (thanks for the tip on prioritizing them previously) and they along
    Posted to Logos 6 by Stephen Smith on Wed, Feb 18 2015
  • Re: Encyclopedia Britannica for Noet is here

    I was fairly excited about this but I do not understand how this compares to the 2013 Deluxe Edition DVD which is a fifth of the cost on the Britannica website. This one says 19,000+ articles but the 2013 Deluxe says it has 82,000+ Am I missing something here?
    Posted to General by Stephen Smith on Wed, Feb 18 2015
  • Re: Britannica

    Ah, good. Thanks for letting me know. One would never know that by watching the marketing video. Usually when marketing cross platform software you usually want to show that you are platform agnostic.
    Posted to Noet: Scholarly Tools by Stephen Smith on Tue, Feb 17 2015
  • Britannica

    Interesting video about the product. But I do not have a iPad and do not plan on it anytime soon so pass....
    Posted to Noet: Scholarly Tools by Stephen Smith on Tue, Feb 17 2015
  • Re: Default layout question

    Thanks, good information to know. So, it cannot be set to open more than one commentary? Thanks
    Posted to Logos 6 by Stephen Smith on Tue, Feb 10 2015
  • Re: Default layout question

    The Expositor's Bible Commentary is what pops up. Below is a screen shot of my prioritizations: Then when enter Nehemiah 8 in the 'Enter Passage or Topic' box (located to the right of the logos logo and hit go, it does its' thing and then I get the below: You can see that the expositor commentary is opened and in the right place. But the "Bible Knowledge
    Posted to Logos 6 by Stephen Smith on Tue, Feb 10 2015
  • Re: Default layout question

    Thanks everyone. #2 is what I was after and it sort of works. I was able to prioritize a bible and it now appears in the my passage results in the bible tab area. However when I prioritized the "The Bible Knowledge Commentary" it does not appear in the commentary tab area upon subsequent uses of Logos.
    Posted to Logos 6 by Stephen Smith on Tue, Feb 10 2015
  • Default layout question

    I am sure this is a simple question and the answer may be obvious but.... When I enter a bible reference and hit go, Logos 6 does its' thing and then returns a view with passage guide and a bunch of other stuff. One section is group of tabs for various bible versions, another area has one of my commentaries. All are opened and linked. I want to remove
    Posted to Logos 6 by Stephen Smith on Mon, Feb 9 2015
  • Question on using Logos 6 to research an answer

    So, first let me say, I am a lay person. No religious training whatsoever. But I like to study the bible and I own Logos 6. I am curious how I could employ Logos 6 to research this topic. I have heard a couple of times from Jewish friends (secular they are) that their faith does not believe in a heaven or a hell. There is Sheol which they say was simply
    Posted to Logos 6 by Stephen Smith on Mon, Jan 19 2015
  • Re: Sales ?: Feature Crossgrade to Baptist Silver

    I believe you have 30 days to get a refund for whatever reason. Then you could simply purchase what you want. It might be simpler if/when support responds to pay a difference and move on.
    Posted to Logos 6 by Stephen Smith on Wed, Jan 14 2015
  • Re: Question have option to choose graphics card when running logos 6

    My 2 cents is this.... I would not use the discrete graphics for Logos. The discrete graphics (whether AMD of Nvidia) are really for gaming. Logo's does not really have any animation that would be benefited by the GPU. Using the GPU has the main graphics engine will eat the battery faster as previously indicated.
    Posted to Logos 6 by Stephen Smith on Mon, Jan 12 2015
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