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  • Re: Minor forum changes

    [quote user="NB.Mick"] [quote user="Robert G. Mettler"] [quote user="David Ladiges"]I've made a couple small changes to the forums[/quote] You have also managed to slow the forum response to a crawl when marking forums as "read". [/quote] Really? I thought it was more responsive (since David posted this) than it used to be. Perhaps this is a browser
    Posted to General by Robert G. Mettler on Fri, Aug 31 2012
  • Re: Minor forum changes

    [quote user="David Ladiges"]I've made a couple small changes to the forums[/quote] You have also managed to slow the forum response to a crawl when marking forums as "read".
    Posted to General by Robert G. Mettler on Fri, Aug 31 2012
  • Re: The Moving Target? - Production Cost

    [quote user="tom collinge"] [quote user="fgh"]I don't know how much you've followed the process, but this is one very special CP. Lots of people have bid $50 just to help getting the peak down, although they had no intention of actually paying that. The idea was that once the peak was firmly established at $50, they would lower or remove their bids
    Posted to General by Robert G. Mettler on Mon, Apr 16 2012
  • Such a deal.

    Buy the bundle and spend $6 more.
    Posted to Logos.com by Robert G. Mettler on Wed, Apr 11 2012
  • Re: Classic Revelation shows green on Orders Page at $50

    [quote user="Dean053"]You're not understanding.[/quote] I understand perfectly. I will continue to bid what a resource is worth to me. There are some resources in CP now that will probably never see the light of day because the low-ball bidders do not understand that COST HAS TO BE COVERED. A resource that has not peaked will never go into production
    Posted to General by Robert G. Mettler on Fri, Apr 6 2012
  • Re: Classic Revelation shows green on Orders Page at $50

    [quote user="Dean053"]What we really need right now if for a couple of $160 bidders to lower their bids.[/quote] No No No!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! All $160 bids are also $50 bids. What is needed is many more NEW $50 bids to get this resource into production. The bids mean nothing unless the production cost is covered. The only way this will happen at $50 is if
    Posted to General by Robert G. Mettler on Fri, Apr 6 2012
  • Re: Princeton Theological Review (443 issues) - initial price too high

    [quote user="Phil Gons"] [quote user="Alan Charles Gielczyk"] You know at $100 that's less than 25$¢ an issue, I'm in at $100. [/quote] $100 is probably the minimum price it'll require in order to cover the production cost. At $50 we'd need a lot more people to participate in Community Pricing, and it could take many years. So for those of you pushing
    Posted to General by Robert G. Mettler on Mon, Mar 19 2012
  • Re: Princeton Theological Review (443 issues) - initial price too high

    [quote user="Jacob Hantla"] I just bid $150. I wonder if we can get enough at the $50 mark. I hope so but I am willing to pay more [/quote] Here is a classic case of when a product doesn't make it into publication because people have an unrealistic expectation as to what it costs to get it into production. http://www.logos.com/product/8567/new-schaff
    Posted to General by Robert G. Mettler on Sat, Mar 17 2012
  • Re: Attention Apple Lovers

    [quote user="Stephen Weasler"]Apple takes a 30% cut[/quote] 30 percent? Does not this impact what a publisher must set a price at? (Higher) [quote user="Stephen Weasler"]Apple's policies is that digital textbooks that they now sell can only be priced up to $14.99, to keep them affordable.[/quote] Hmmm. 30 percent of $14.99, and any book that a publisher
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Robert G. Mettler on Fri, Mar 9 2012
  • Attention Apple Lovers

    Just noticed this. http://news.cnet.com/8301-1023_3-57393834-93/go-feds-e-books-are-way-overpriced/?tag=mncol;posts All you Apple fan boys should take note. THIS is the REAL profit motivated company. Robert
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Robert G. Mettler on Fri, Mar 9 2012
  • Re: Complete Index to Spurgeon's Sermons

    [quote user="Mark Barnes"]The following file can be compiled as a Personal Book. It contains three indexes to Spurgeon's Sermons . The first index is listed in order of Scripture references, the second index is in alphabetical order, and the third index is in the order they appear in the volumes. The data has been sourced from the Alphabetical Index
    Posted to Files by Robert G. Mettler on Sat, Mar 3 2012
  • Re: not THAT valuable

    [quote user="toughski"]So, is the majority of Logos' users content with 50%-100% markup?[/quote] Yes if you want the total functionality that you get from Logos 4. No if all you are interested in doing is reading on a portable device without co-ordinating with the total rest of your library. Depends entirely on how you will use the resource. Robert
    Posted to General by Robert G. Mettler on Fri, Mar 2 2012
  • Re: Free Download: Dictionary of Latin Forms

    [quote user="Robert G. Mettler"] I also have an indexing problem after downloading the resource. I tried restarting Logos and even killed the indexer, but it kept coming back and staying at 0%. I even rebooted my computer. I finally gave up and instituted the command "Rebuild Index' It is now at about 67% complete. I hope that solved the problem. Very
    Posted to Logos 4 by Robert G. Mettler on Thu, Mar 1 2012
  • Re: Free Download: Dictionary of Latin Forms

    [quote user="Robert Booth"] Hey Clifford, got an indexing issue with the download. It has been sitting at 0% for at least 10 minutes - need to check whatever....anyone else getting this? [/quote] I also have an indexing problem after downloading the resource. I tried restarting Logos and even killed the indexer, but it kept coming back and staying at
    Posted to Logos 4 by Robert G. Mettler on Thu, Mar 1 2012
  • Re: TOC of WTJ

    [quote user="Halo Hound"]I believe I corrected the error in the following file. Let me know if you notice any other discrepancies.[/quote] That really looks good. I don't know how you did it but at WTJ 14:1 the bullet entry that was in Hebrew came out as rt. the left. Nice touch!! Is this something that Word does or did you have to do it manually? The
    Posted to Files by Robert G. Mettler on Wed, Feb 29 2012
  • Re: Longshot Question about PBB's

    [quote user="Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :)"]but does not have text digitized for copy and paste.[/quote] That is because it is a PRINTER DOCUMENT FORMAT (like Postscript) designed for hard copy output that keeps pagenation and font control intact. That precludes it being a viable format for text reflow, editing, copy and paste, and so forth; hence the difficulty
    Posted to Logos 4 by Robert G. Mettler on Wed, Feb 29 2012
  • Re: TOC of WTJ

    [quote user="Donald G. Fisher"] Robert, I am also in the process of making a TOC but I went to the Galaxie webpage and you can bring up the individual journals of each type. I am then doing a copy/paste into word files. I have all but the BibSacs done and hope to get that soon. There are 4 volumes of BibSac for about 160 years. My plan is to just put
    Posted to Files by Robert G. Mettler on Tue, Feb 28 2012
  • Re: TOC of WTJ

    [quote user="Halo Hound"]That is because after doing what I did in excel I saved it as a txt file[/quote] AH yes, a little case of fontitis, these can Hound you. Will await the corrections to the typos. Thanks again for the improvements. Robert
    Posted to Files by Robert G. Mettler on Tue, Feb 28 2012
  • Re: TOC of WTJ

    [quote user="Halo Hound"]I hope I'm not stepping on any toes here[/quote] Not at all, I appreciate the effort and improvement. I do have a question however: Your version seems to have lost some of the greek and hebrew text such as at WTJ 14:1 WTJ 52:2 and in other places. These show up in the docx file as a string of question marks. I do not understand
    Posted to Files by Robert G. Mettler on Mon, Feb 27 2012
  • Re: What is more useful in Libronix 3.0g ? (especially compared to Logos 4.5a)

    One feature Libronix had, and was touted at one time by Logos itself, was the ability to search in locked resources if you had them downloaded. This was useful if one had a paper copy of the book and wanted to do a search for something; much easier than trying to find something in multiple volumes if you didn't know exactly where it was. You could then
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Robert G. Mettler on Sun, Feb 26 2012
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