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  • Re: Anchor Bible Dictionary

    You're right BillS in that NICOT is a confessional resource whereas ABD is not. There are pros and cons to both (being confessional or non-confessional). Confessional resources are more faith-friendly but can be theologically biased to the detriment of the a more neutral presentation of information. On the other hand, non-confessional often hardly means
    Posted to General by Francis on Sat, Oct 19 2019
  • Re: BUG: Annotation text vagaries

    As I observed today, this happens also after a Bible reference is recognised and automatically formatted as link: the text is subsequently size 11 from 12 that it was before.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Francis on Sat, Oct 19 2019
  • Re: Anchor Bible Dictionary

    I don't think reconcialition would be considered a must-have topic in Biblical Studies as it is in ministry or would be in theology.
    Posted to General by Francis on Fri, Oct 18 2019
  • BUG: Annotation text vagaries

    The size of the default font changes when one uses bullets (and perhaps in other scenarios). For instance, my default size is 12. When I paragraph down for a bullet, it changes to 11. I can understand that perhaps it was thought that bullet point text should be a lower size font to indicate some form of subordination of thought but then one would expect
    Posted to Logos 8 by Francis on Fri, Oct 18 2019
  • Re: Anchor Bible Dictionary

    There is so much knowledge packed in this resource... and it is still largely current despite its age. I've been contemplating reading it through (one article a day) as a fruitful exercise to increase one's biblical knowledge.
    Posted to General by Francis on Fri, Oct 18 2019
  • Re: Am I missing the obvious? Hebrew vs. Aramaic

    Another method is to which is not a direct indication in the interlinear text but nevertheless does take advantage of the morph tagging in the text is this: 1) Open the information pane and set it to click, not hover 2) Under definition, go under settings, remove all language but aramaic 3) Make sure the definition section is not collapsed When you
    Posted to Logos 8 by Francis on Wed, Oct 16 2019
  • Re: Am I missing the obvious? Hebrew vs. Aramaic

    Not sure if this is what you are looking for:
    Posted to Logos 8 by Francis on Tue, Oct 15 2019
  • Re: Good deal even for non-Catholics: verbum academics essential

    [quote user="SineNomine"]Happily, they are more recent.[/quote] More specifically?
    Posted to General by Francis on Mon, Oct 14 2019
  • Re: Crashes and last used layout

    Incidentally... L8 has crashed 3 times already today.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Francis on Sat, Oct 12 2019
  • Crashes and last used layout

    I seem to recall that there are temporary snapshots that one can save as layout in the layout menu from time to time. But it seems that those are purged when the app crashes. This is really too bad cuz that would be handy to recover what one was doing quickly... I know I can use history as a workaround, although it opens to the last section, not the
    Posted to Logos 8 by Francis on Sat, Oct 12 2019
  • Re: Make last used annotation style notebook specific

    Does what I wrote make sense at all? I am surprised that there is no response whatsoever whether agreeing or disagreeing.
    Posted to Suggestions by Francis on Sat, Oct 12 2019
  • Re: Why the Repeated, Sequential Indexing?

    Not to downplay in any way the legitimate frustrations here... mine being -- like MJ's -- more with the autopopulate lists, but it also takes quite a long time for Windows to rebuild its search index and it's search is not even that effective in the end. My question is whether the now defunct Bibleworks or the current Accordance offer a similar level
    Posted to Logos 8 by Francis on Sat, Oct 12 2019
  • Make last used annotation style notebook specific

    I have asked this a long time ago but I am asking again: Would it be possible to have the last used annotation style (icon colour and shape, highlighting style) be remembered for each notebook? I don't know what systems others use to differentiate their notebooks, but I certainly use style to do so (e.g., Bible notes = yellow, Articles/Books notes
    Posted to Suggestions by Francis on Wed, Oct 9 2019
  • Good deal even for non-Catholics: verbum academics essential

    If you already have academic resources and perhaps academic pricing, you might want to check it out: https://www.logos.com/product/184078/verbum-8-academic-essentials It includes -- for those who might be interested -- Devin Roza's and Andrew Dalton's two courses "advanced academic training" and "advanced search training," which normally sell at 133
    Posted to General by Francis on Tue, Oct 8 2019
  • Re: Feedback: Jesus knew the Old Testament was about Him ad

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"]I rather doubt it as there was nothing known as the "Old Testament" and the scriptures[/quote] At the risk of digressing in theological discussion... there is such a concept as the graphai in the NT which intersects substantially with what we call the OT or Hebrew Scriptures. I agree that the canon was probably not fixed yet
    Posted to General by Francis on Sun, Oct 6 2019
  • Re: Feedback: keyboard selector and related help

    Thanks, Bradley, for the workaround tip. We'll look forward to the problem being corrected. Hopefully the suggestion I made can also be passed along.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Francis on Sat, Oct 5 2019
  • Feedback: keyboard selector and related help

    The idea of the keyboard selector is a good one but indeed it requires a visual keyboard help of some sort. The help file does not cut it. For some reason the graphic is extremely large. In the screenshot below, the size is shown for a full screen 16:9 width with the search window on the side to show how the size of fonts compare (yes the help file
    Posted to Logos 8 by Francis on Fri, Oct 4 2019
  • Feedback: Jesus knew the Old Testament was about Him ad

    It's not a big deal but imo, this misrepresents the work and its value. The NT use of the OT as it is explored in this useful volume cannot be reduced to "the OT is about Jesus".
    Posted to General by Francis on Fri, Oct 4 2019
  • Re: Free Book for Oct 2019 - some Jonathan Edwards :)

    [quote user="Mattillo"]Anyone have any thoughts on the verbum + books? [/quote] These are scholarly treatments from well-established scholars. So you will probably get lots of useful information in there but don't expect them to be devotional and they might step on quite a few confessional toes.
    Posted to General by Francis on Tue, Oct 1 2019
  • Re: Free Book for Oct 2019 - some Jonathan Edwards :)

    [quote user="Mattillo"]Anyone have any thoughts on the verbum + books? [/quote] These are scholarly treatments from well-established scholars. So you will probably get lots of useful information in there but don't expect them to be devotional and they might step on quite a few confessional toes.
    Posted to General by Francis on Tue, Oct 1 2019
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