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  • Re: iPad Lexical Searches

    Adam, I think you are correct that our search abilities are limited on the iPad compared to the main computer version. However, if I understand your issue correctly I think there are a few work-arounds. First, the easiest ways that I have found to search is through touching and holding on the word in the texts. For example, my text is open to Gal. 6
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Ryan Boyer on Mon, Nov 21 2011
  • Re: Can't find my dictionary with iPad

    Hello there, The short answer is that HALOT is not available on the iPad right now. Logos would make all of our resources available to us, but there are some publishers who will not allow them to allow us to access them on our mobile devices. Look at the product page for BDAG: http://www.logos.com/product/3878/a-greek-english-lexicon-of-the-new-testament
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Ryan Boyer on Wed, Nov 9 2011
  • Should I buy Logos 4? What about the iPad app?

    I got Logos 4 a little more than a year ago. I use it every single day and cannot imagine studying, preparing sermons or Bible class material without it. It was a great investment and I have NEVER regretted it even for a second. I got an iPad primarily to use the free Logos app, and I have not been disappointed. The ability to carry multiple Bible’s
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Ryan Boyer on Mon, Oct 31 2011
  • Re: Which iPad for Logos?

    Pol, I would get whatever you can afford. I have a small budget, so I went with the 16 GB, and I am perfectly happy with what I have so far. I have some essentials like my Bibles, BDAG, TDNT, Synopsis of the four Gospels and OT Parallels, a few others, and the book I am reading at the time and that's it. With my 300 songs, a movie always ready to go
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Ryan Boyer on Sun, Oct 23 2011
  • Re: Downloading Books

    Hi Joel, Did your books by any chance disappear when you updated your software to iOS 5? There has been an ongoing conversation about this here: http://community.logos.com/forums/t/39458.aspx Apparently, when you updated your software all of your downloaded books go away and need to be reinstalled. If this is not the problem, then perhaps you can specify
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Ryan Boyer on Fri, Oct 21 2011
  • Re: Set Up Split Screen on Ipad 2

    Hi Mark, I'm assuming that since you said yo u had it working before the update that you know how to do it. I have updated my software and have just split my screen and linked the NASU on one side and the BHS text on the other. I don't appear to be having a problem, so maybe you need an uninstall. Let me tell you what I have done just in case. You should
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Ryan Boyer on Mon, Oct 17 2011
  • App request - sort favorites and pin menu

    I have a request for future IPad apps. First, I like to save the verses I will be using ahead of time in my favorites. Rather than having to worry about typing them and saving them in the correct order it would be nice if the edit feature allowed me to drag and drop them in the order I want them. Second, I'm sure that most people probably like your
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Ryan Boyer on Fri, Oct 14 2011
  • Re: Ipad for Preaching and Teaching

    My hyperlinks don't open in the Logos app. In fact, my scripture references only create active hyperlinks on the numbers. When you click on that link it treats it as if you are trying to add something to your calendar??? I tried opening a link from a pdf and docx file in Goodreader as well as opening a regular docx file from my dropbox account with
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Ryan Boyer on Fri, Oct 14 2011
  • Ipad for Preaching and Teaching

    I recently got an Ipad to use in my preaching and teaching. I was initially discouraged that there was not an alt/tab function to switch between applications (i.e. class/sermon notes and Logos app). With the release of IOS 5 there is now an easy way to use your notes and Logos app in preaching and teaching. First, you need to make sure that the apps
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Ryan Boyer on Fri, Oct 14 2011
  • Re: Vista to Win 7 Crash

    Dave, You solved my problem! I'm back in the Bible business baby! Thanks for the help. Ryan
    Posted to Logos 4 by Ryan Boyer on Sun, May 22 2011
  • Re: Vista to Win 7 Crash

    Graham, Just the fact that I didn't think to give you this information is a pretty good indication that I don't really know what I'm doing here. Thanks for your response, and here are the answers to your questions. First, I loaded Logos onto my machine via CD. I don't think that I am able to download the software from the Logos website. After the CD
    Posted to Logos 4 by Ryan Boyer on Sun, May 22 2011
  • Vista to Win 7 Crash

    I have enjoyed my Logos 4 software so much that I decided to upgrade my computer to hopefully enjoy it even more. But alas, now I cannot enjoy it at all. I was previously running Logos 4 on a Gateway with Windows Vista. My new computer is an HP that has Win. 7. After I install the software and allow it to index the program crashes on startup and won
    Posted to Logos 4 by Ryan Boyer on Sat, May 21 2011
  • Searching for punctuation

    Can I search for punctuation in English or Greek Bibles? If I have a question like, "How many questions are in the Gospel of John" is there a way that I can search NA27 or SBLGNT for all of the question marks? I have tried searching for ?, "?", ;, ";" and none of these give me what I'm after.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Ryan Boyer on Fri, Feb 25 2011
  • Search for common words

    Is there a way for me to search for common words in a particular book or chapter? Example #1 - can I sort the entire Gospel of John to see common words? How many times is "world" used, how many times is "above" used, etc. I know how to do individual word searches, but can I sort all of the words in an entire book/chapter? Example #2 - can I search to
    Posted to Logos 4 by Ryan Boyer on Fri, Feb 25 2011
  • Re: Line-by-line layout of Aland's Synopsis of the Four Gospels

    If anyone from Logos sees this I have another suggestion regarding this work in addition to the print line-by-line comparison. It would be really nice to have an electronic version of the Index of Gospel Parallels that is at the end of the print version. This is a great tool for quick and easy pericope comparisons. Also, it would be wonderful to have
    Posted to Logos 4 by Ryan Boyer on Tue, Dec 14 2010
  • Re: How do I know what has been downloaded?

    Mark, Thanks for your reply. It was very helpful and exactly what I was looking for. But now I have a new question. Is there a way to determine what the newly downloaded updates (that are not books) do for me? For example, I think a new update made it possible to print some new texts that I could not previously print and there have been some other updates
    Posted to Logos 4 by Ryan Boyer on Tue, Dec 7 2010
  • How do I know what has been downloaded?

    From time to time I see that Logos 4 is downloading something, and then I have to install something, and then something in my library is indexing...but how do I know what that something is? I regularly read the Logos Blog and they tell me that I have the SBLGNT or the Lexham Interlinear LXX coming, which I LOVE (Logos is like the gift that keeps on
    Posted to Logos 4 by Ryan Boyer on Tue, Dec 7 2010
  • Re: Line-by-line layout of Aland's Synopsis of the Four Gospels

    I am glad to see that I am not alone and that the layout of the Greek version is superior...at least for the things and that ways that I study. Regarding your comment that it is easier to find passages...I disagree. It is quicker to type a reference into the find box, but this is just another way that the Logos version is inferior to the print. In Aland
    Posted to Logos 4 by Ryan Boyer on Fri, Nov 5 2010
  • Line-by-line layout of Aland's Synopsis of the Four Gospels

    In my print edition of Aland's Synopsis of the Four Gospels the text is actually laid out in a line-by-line, word-by-word, thought-by-thought manner. In my Logos version, however, the paragraph is just bunched up into a nice and neat block of words, which makes it more difficult to see similarities and differences across different gospel accounts. Is
    Posted to Logos 4 by Ryan Boyer on Thu, Nov 4 2010
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