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  • Re: Unable to sign-in on mobile site for Biblia

    Still having the same problem...
    Posted to Biblia.com by Anthony Grubb on Sat, Jul 21 2012
  • Re: NIV 84?

    [quote user="Dan Francis"]Just to be clear it is the IBS not Zondervan that has retracted 1984, I am sure Zondervan would like nothing better than selling more products not caring too much whether it is 2011 or 1984. [/quote] Uh, yeah, I read that in another forum and actually don't think the clarification is particularly believable--nor for that matter
    Posted to Biblia.com by Anthony Grubb on Mon, Jul 16 2012
  • Re: NIV 84?

    [quote user="NB.Mick"] It seems Zondervan now forced Logos to retract NIV 1984 completely in order to push users into NIV 2011. See e.g. this thread: http://community.logos.com/forums/t/48005.aspx [/quote] Looks that way--and I see it as a clear sign of Zondervan's desperation to turn their decisions into good ones (instead of just making good decisions
    Posted to Biblia.com by Anthony Grubb on Sun, Jul 15 2012
  • Unable to sign-in on mobile site for Biblia

    I am unable to sign-in on the mobile site for Biblia. It has fields for my username and password, but everytime leaps past an un-obtainable "Sign In" button to "Forgot Password?" Also, it has been this way for months--as long as I've tried to access it, that is! It looks like there is a little blue button (perhaps a facebook icon?) and I don't even
    Posted to Biblia.com by Anthony Grubb on Sat, Jul 14 2012
  • Re: Logos Books Scanning using traditional flatbed scanner leaves much to be desired at times...

    Rosie, Blah, Blah, Blah, Thanks! (oops) lol
    Posted to General by Anthony Grubb on Mon, Nov 28 2011
  • Re: Logos Books Scanning using traditional flatbed scanner leaves much to be desired at times...

    Thanks, Steve, but they seem to want notes explaining the reason for each edit, and I didn't think (in my tired state) that I could just wipe it out, that they would accuse me of overly editing (or altering) my posts. I guess what you're saying is that it is permissible to wipe it clean--assumedly if no one else has responded...and I can write "delete
    Posted to General by Anthony Grubb on Tue, Nov 1 2011
  • Re: Logos Books Scanning using traditional flatbed scanner leaves much to be desired at times...

    I'm gonna have to go to bed, but this was also very interesting... The Catholic Encyclopedia ( http://books.logos.com/books/5737#content=/books/5737 ) was published in 1907 [p. 6], 5 years before Francis Schaeffer was born ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Francis_Schaeffer ), and yet it lists him as a contributor to the second volume [p. 11]... (cue
    Posted to General by Anthony Grubb on Sun, Oct 30 2011
  • Re: Logos Books Scanning using traditional flatbed scanner leaves much to be desired at times...

    Wow, that's REALLY amazing! Thanks for the link! Also, in the last few minutes, I found I could view the pages better in color. Maybe the bugs can be worked out as the BW image unnecessarily TOTALLY blacks out areas with only the slightest shade variation.... Still in its BETA, hopefully this will be fixed.
    Posted to General by Anthony Grubb on Sun, Oct 30 2011
  • Logos Books Scanning using traditional flatbed scanner leaves much to be desired at times...

    I was looking at the new Logos Books in its beta, and ran across a number of nearly worthless scans in an old Encyclopedia Brittanica: http://books.logos.com/#q=malherbe/8&content=/books/6514&tab=search I can understand that care was taken not to break the binding by pressing an antique book hard against the glass, but it causes me to wonder... Logos
    Posted to General by Anthony Grubb on Sun, Oct 30 2011
  • Re: Can NOT download the BETA version

    [quote user="Scott Alexander"] Try ... directly http://www.proclaimonline.com/clickonce/proclaim.application ] [/quote] [quote user="Anthony Grubb"] I was having blank screen issues, also. Thanks, Scott, seems to be doing something now! [/quote] Uhhh....I spoke too soon....and it got to a point much like Jeff Loven reports: [quote user="Jeff Loven"
    Posted to Proclaim: Church Presentation Software by Anthony Grubb on Thu, Oct 13 2011
  • Re: Can NOT download the BETA version

    [quote user="Scott Alexander"] Try ... directly http://www.proclaimonline.com/clickonce/proclaim.application [/quote] I was having blank screen issues, also. Thanks, Scott, seems to be doing something now!
    Posted to Proclaim: Church Presentation Software by Anthony Grubb on Thu, Oct 13 2011
  • John MacArthur Bundle

    John MacArthur just completed his life goal of preaching through the New Testament, some 43 years after he started. In a January interview, he said he'd complete "some time in the summer," and he did just that. http://www.gty.org/resources/Sermons/GTY133_Theology-and-Ministry-An-Interview-with-John-MacArthur At the same time, he said it would take him
    Posted to Suggestions by Anthony Grubb on Mon, Sep 19 2011
  • Re: Commentary on Acts

    What I liked most about Reese's treatment is that he was willing to go through Acts on a phrase-by-phrase basis. After going above the level of study bibles to full-blown commentaries, I still find a lot of cherry-picking, only caring to give treatment to certain parts. Reese also had some very interesting and useful "special studies"--separate sections
    Posted to General by Anthony Grubb on Wed, Mar 30 2011
  • Re: Scrolling request

    [quote user="steve clark"] You left out one other option: pressing the spacebar advances one page pressing ... combination [Shift-spacebar] takes you back one page [/quote] Yeah, I probably left it out because I didn't know about it ;-) Now that I've tried it out, it seems to be a command that works the same way in both reading view (where I have used
    Posted to Logos 4 by Anthony Grubb on Tue, Jan 18 2011
  • Re: Scrolling request

    [quote user="Bob Schaefer"] Most items in Logos 4 scroll one line at a time, but there are a few that scroll an entire page at a time - for example, the home screen and the reading mode. For mice that have "clicky" wheels, that works well. Scroll the wheel one click, and the view changes by one page. Scrolling doesn't work so well using other devices
    Posted to Logos 4 by Anthony Grubb on Tue, Jan 18 2011
  • Re: What package should I go for?

    [quote user="Kevin Becker"] The upgrade price is roughly the same as paying the difference. [/quote] Well said, Kevin. This is the really great thing about LOGOS packages: LOGOS offers scalable solutions--you can use past purchases as credit as you move forward. Mind you that other publishers--even those who use LOGOS--do not sell licensing the same
    Posted to Logos 4 by Anthony Grubb on Tue, Jan 18 2011
  • Re: NOT INDEXING AFTER DOWNLOAD

    Alex Anthony, your first order of business is to disable the virus and protect your computer. In the same way you cannot counsel someone who is drunk, nothing can be acheived until you do that and freshly reboot.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Anthony Grubb on Mon, Dec 6 2010
  • Re: New NIV available on bible gateway.com when will it be on logos? Free upgrade please?

    Milford, Thank you and thank you, and I have now corrected my misspelling (wow, great catch--and thank you)! Anthony
    Posted to Suggestions by Anthony Grubb on Sun, Dec 5 2010
  • Re: New NIV available on bible gateway.com when will it be on logos? Free upgrade please?

    [quote user="Robert Slowley"] Anthony - ... week's unpaid work....Rather than ranting....perhaps in future you could be a bit more charitable about your assessment of what other people have done, and instead of rubbishing them elsewhere on the net you could contact them to let them know how they could do things better... [/quote] Glad you had a chance
    Posted to Suggestions by Anthony Grubb on Sun, Dec 5 2010
  • Re: New NIV available on bible gateway.com when will it be on logos? Free upgrade please?

    [quote user="DominicM"] sone one here has already run a comparison between the 2011, TNIV And NIV, may save some of you a lot of time.. [/quote] On second thought, DominicM, the comparisons there may waste a lot of time, since it is so confusing. The author did not meaningfully or accurately communicate the data. He did provide a link to a simpler,
    Posted to Suggestions by Anthony Grubb on Sat, Dec 4 2010
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