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  • Re: How do you use Logos? How can we improve it?

    I'll repeat 2 suggestions I have made before. 1. completely rework accuracy of lemma searches in lexicons, including noting when there is debate about lemma meaning. 2. include "FONT" subsection when right clicking ANY word on screen. Clicking on the FONT subsection shows what default font Logos recommends, and ability to choose other suitable fonts
    Posted to Logos 7 by Stephen Miller on Sat, Apr 1 2017
  • Re: Septuagint Background Colour

    More red ..... Hebrew Bible Insert Stephen Miller Australia
    Posted to Logos 7 by Stephen Miller on Sat, Mar 25 2017
  • Re: Septuagint Background Colour

    More red ... Hebrew Bible Insert Stephen Miller Australia
    Posted to Logos 7 by Stephen Miller on Sat, Mar 25 2017
  • Re: What Should I Buy?

    Taylor, Look at what's free ... 1. Abridged BDB https://www.logos.com/product/677/the-abridged-brown-driver-briggs-hebrew-english-lexicon-of-the-old-testament 2. Lexham English Bible (LEB) with Audio New Testament https://www.logos.com/product/6162/lexham-english-bible-leb-with-audio-new-testament 3. SBL Greek NT https://www.logos.com/product/8486/the
    Posted to General by Stephen Miller on Sat, Mar 18 2017
  • Re: Stem of a greek word

    Tim, I am not sure exactly what you are asking. 1. If you can read Greek, in an Greek NT at Acts 2:23 rest cursor over the word. Without doing anything else the information line pops open at bottom of screen, showing among other things, the lemma (stem) involved. 2. Double click on word and you chosen lexicon opens at the lemma. If you are not too good
    Posted to Logos 7 by Stephen Miller on Thu, Mar 16 2017
  • Re: "You must be connected to the internet for this to succeed..."

    Jan is correct. In the working L3, go to Tools/Library Management and backup your license. You can back up wherever you like so back up directly to a USB drive. In the new L3 find the license backup, under Tools/Library Management restore your license. You should always keep a copy of your license file separately, eg on a CD in the bottom drawer. L3
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Stephen Miller on Thu, Mar 9 2017
  • Re: Incorrect morph tagging on Isaiah 1:6

    Andrew, "Incorrect morph tagging" is not all that rare. See my recent comments "Keylink errors in the Psalms" in the Logos 7 forum. What I call "keylink" you term "morph tagging". The morph tagging depends on what Hebrew text you are reading. eg using LHB, BHS "toru" is linked to HAL ZRR, while using SESB "toru" links to HAL ZRH. To see what confusion
    Posted to General by Stephen Miller on Wed, Mar 8 2017
  • Re: What Greek and Hebrew Fonts do you use?

    SBL BibLit. But while I have your attention ..... How about allowing RIGHT CLICK on resource word brings up FONT option. Clicking on this allows us to know what font is the default (What Logos is looking for) and a list of other recommended (and not recommended) fonts? Sometimes I like to experiment (temporarily) with handwritten Hebrew fonts. Stephen
    Posted to Logos 7 by Stephen Miller on Fri, Mar 3 2017
  • Re: Right click tools onto toolbar

    Francis, I think you misunderstand what I want to do. To use eg. the power look up, I RIGHT CLICK a word in a resource. I then choose Power Lookup. I want to be able to choose a word in a resource, and then click a Power Lookup ICON on the toolbar. Logos allows me to drag the icon onto the toolbar, but clicking on it does virtually nothing. Stephen
    Posted to Logos 7 by Stephen Miller on Thu, Mar 2 2017
  • Re: Right click tools onto toolbar

    Sorry Dave. Still can't do it. Stephen Australia
    Posted to Logos 7 by Stephen Miller on Thu, Mar 2 2017
  • Re: Right click tools onto toolbar

    Thx Graham and Francis for your replies. Typing these commands into the command box opens an EMPTY window. If I drag the commands to the toolbar and click on the icon an EMPTY window opens. I can't do it. Is there another way? Stephen
    Posted to Logos 7 by Stephen Miller on Wed, Mar 1 2017
  • Right click tools onto toolbar

    Right clicking a word in a resource can bring up tool possibilities such as Bible Word Study Pronounce Power Lookup Add Lemma. Is there a way to drag these tools to the toolbar? Thank you Stephen Australia
    Posted to Logos 7 by Stephen Miller on Tue, Feb 28 2017
  • Re: Keylink errors in the Psalms

    Since my last response I have checked the POWER LOOKUP. More confusion here!! Many mentions of Eli the priest, a pestle. Stephen
    Posted to Logos 7 by Stephen Miller on Sat, Feb 25 2017
  • Re: Keylink errors in the Psalms

    Dave, Looking all these up can get quite exhausting! Which of course is why I would like to get to the correct answer every time and quickly. The example you cite of 'ali in Psalm 27:2 is quite confusing. Perhaps the following table will help??? The first column is the lexicon involved, the next 4 entries relate to the Hebrew text used. They are BHS4
    Posted to Logos 7 by Stephen Miller on Sat, Feb 25 2017
  • Lexham Theological Wordbook

    Of late I have given the LTW an ongoing road test. It is an excellent resource. 1. I have already noted in another post that because of the layout of this resource when the wrong Hebrew word is keylinked, there is no indication that there may be another Hebrew word I could be looking at. One rather awkward misdirection is in the psalms where "David
    Posted to Logos 7 by Stephen Miller on Sat, Feb 25 2017
  • Re: Keylink errors in the Psalms

    Christian, Very happy to do this. However without doing a fair bit of work I do not know whether the "mistake" is due to the Hebrew text or the Hebrew Lexicon, or both. Do I do the typo on the text or the lexicon? Stephen
    Posted to Logos 7 by Stephen Miller on Fri, Feb 24 2017
  • Keylink errors in the Psalms

    I have noted in the past few weeks more key link errors in the Psalms that I would expect. It would be good if I could simply press a button and upload the possible error to Faithlife. The typo button is not suitable. The errors seem to be dependent both on which Hebrew text and which Hebrew lexicon I am using. Using LHB in Psalm 27:2 most lexicons
    Posted to Logos 7 by Stephen Miller on Thu, Feb 23 2017
  • Typo in Palms Explorer

    How do I note a typo in Psalms Explorer. In Psalm 28 the heading A prayer for the Yahweh to listen and help needs correting. Stephen Miller Wentworth Falls Australia.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Stephen Miller on Thu, Feb 23 2017
  • Lexham Theological Wordbook

    Lately I have place the LTW as the top priority for Hebrew. Double clicking a Hebrew word brings up the LTW entry. But what happens when the LTW confuses 2 identical Hebrew lemmas? In most lexicons if such a mistake is made the other lemma entry with other meanings will be immediately before or after. And the lemmas are usually numbered 1,2,3 ... But
    Posted to Logos 7 by Stephen Miller on Tue, Feb 14 2017
  • Lexham Theological Wordbook

    The LTW regularly confuses these 2 identical Hebrew lemmas. Unfortunately, because of the way this excellent lexicon is set out there is no way to realise that another identical Hebrew word exists. The LTW arranges its entries not by lemma but by (English) semantic domain. The Intro of the LTW explains .. The entries for the Lexham Theological Wordbook
    Posted to Logos 7 by Stephen Miller on Tue, Feb 14 2017
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