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  • Re: Footnotes on iPad

    Thank you all for your help. In any case, I am glad to have it on my iPad at all.
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by John Hanley on Sat, Apr 16 2016
  • Re: Footnotes on iPad

    Actually I do not have a Logos desktop (Windows) application. I'll research getting one.
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by John Hanley on Fri, Apr 15 2016
  • Re: Footnotes on iPad

    1. 'Bible Text Only' turned off: no scriptural cross references. 'Bible Text Only' turned on: scriptural references appear at the bottom of the screen. In neither case are there any explanatory footnotes. 2. I had occasion to look at a copy of a 1985 hard cover print edition of the New Jerusalem Bible, and it has copious explanatory footnotes. It also
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by John Hanley on Fri, Apr 15 2016
  • Re: Footnotes on iPad

    Turning Bible Text Only to Off does not reveal any explanatory footnotes. After turning that to Off removes the scriptural cross-references. But no explanatory footnotes with Bible Text Only either on or off.
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by John Hanley on Fri, Apr 15 2016
  • Footnotes on iPad

    The basic thing I am looking for is to be able to read the footnotes in my Logos New Jerusalem Bible in my iPad app. I do see the footnotes that are scripture cross-references, but what about the explanatory footnotes? Unless this app does not have the explanatory footnotes? Have tried turning various settings below on or off and nothing shows up. Have
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by John Hanley on Fri, Apr 15 2016
  • Re: Just One Book?

    Thanks to all for your good help replying to my request. I have now purchased the NJB resource and it is now available to read offline on my iPad 2. Appreciate your patience with my questions. As far as I can tell, this NJB from Logos is the only electronic version available anywhere on the internet for download. Appreciate it! John Hanley
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by John Hanley on Wed, Jul 20 2011
  • Re: Just One Book?

    From above: "To download, iPad needs a network connection. Likewise need to login to iPad app with your Logos.com account that has resource license (so resource can appear in library for access, optionally download for offline use)." Ok, I have the Logos app on my iPad. The Accounts page shows me as being signed in. However, I see no reference to a
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by John Hanley on Tue, Jul 19 2011
  • Re: Just One Book?

    [quote user="alabama24"] To answer your question in the most general way - To purchase a resource (book) for the iPad Logos App: 1) Create or Log in to your Logos Account via a web browser (this is easier on your computer) 2) Find and add the resource to your "cart" 3) Follow the check out procedure. The resource is available almost instantly. [/quote
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by John Hanley on Sun, Jul 17 2011
  • Just One Book?

    I want to be able to read the New Jerusalem Bible on my iPad 2. I don't want the whole gamut of research and study packages. I see that the NJB is available from Logos for $40. I can't get my head around how I buy this one book for use on my iPad. I have downloaded the Logos app on my iPad, but can't figure out how to add a purchased book like the NJB
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by John Hanley on Sun, Jul 17 2011
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