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  • Please update Elwell´s Topical Analysis

    There is no command box to search out topics. This is the latest update:
    Posted to Suggestions by Francis on Thu, Jun 20 2019
  • Re: Logos 8 Messianic Jewish Base Packages - Now Available!

    [quote user="DAL"]these new BP’s are great[/quote] Great value for the buck indeed.
    Posted to General by Francis on Thu, Jun 20 2019
  • Re: Logos Free for (Homeschool) Families

    Of interest to homeschoolers: the new Messianic Jewish packages are really good deals and starter includes Celebrations of the Bible: A Messianic Children's Curriculum . I think it's fair to say that Western Christianity often struggles to teach and apply the OT and can really benefit from a Jewish perspective. I had a look and it seems really cool
    Posted to General by Francis on Thu, Jun 20 2019
  • Deutsch website not integrated with English website?

    Sorry my German is too basic, I have to write this in English. I noticed a few things on www.de.logos.com Some products are not listed: for instance the new Messianic Jewish packages do not show. The cart content does not transfer from one site to the other. I don't think dynamic price works well either. For instance, I own the High Definition commentary
    Posted to Deutsch by Francis on Thu, Jun 20 2019
  • Re: Literary Analysis

    Depends what you mean by literary since the term has been used in variegated ways. There is the form-critical approach in FOTL commentaries or the narratology of Bar-Efrat and Adele Berlin.
    Posted to General by Francis on Sat, Jun 15 2019
  • What causes the "most used" column to reset in the library pane?

    I was looking at my most used resources and what I am seeing reflects very recent usage. A number of resources that I have used extensively in the past are not at the top whereas some new resources I hardly looked at are. So, this makes this think the count reset. If correct, what causes that? Also, does it defeat the purpose of the feature if it resets
    Posted to Logos 8 by Francis on Wed, Jun 12 2019
  • Re: FIX the context-menu lemma search!

    Rebuilt index. Seems to have solved the problem.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Francis on Mon, Jun 10 2019
  • Re: FIX the context-menu lemma search!

    Posted to Logos 8 by Francis on Mon, Jun 10 2019
  • Re: FIX the context-menu lemma search!

    Well, well, well: try my search above but make sure you do any search that works first with results aligned. Leave it to aligned, then run the lemma search. I found that it works if the search was left on "verses" but it does not on "aligned".
    Posted to Logos 8 by Francis on Mon, Jun 10 2019
  • Re: FIX the context-menu lemma search!

    The same problem applies when selecting the lemma from the Bible search (tried the NASB, NASB+, and NIV84 so far). Step 1: type g:kosmos in the box and select the lemma proposed in the drop list: Result: Contrast with results obtained with the same procedure on the ESV.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Francis on Sun, Jun 9 2019
  • Re: FIX the context-menu lemma search!

    Using the NASB95 (not the paragraph version). Try runinng a lemma search "in this resource" from the context menu.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Francis on Sun, Jun 9 2019
  • FIX the context-menu lemma search!

    I'm sorry but after all this time, it's hard to believe that one can still invoke the context menu from a word in a Bible and run the lemma search "in this resource" from the context menu, only to get no results because the generated search is not in the correct morphology! I have mentioned this before and I still hold that this is simply not user friendly
    Posted to Logos 8 by Francis on Sun, Jun 9 2019
  • More consistent Power lookup interaction with references in Guides

    I was looking up a Bible reference in the Ancient Lit Guide. By hovering over links I found one for which there was no preview because I do not own it. When I clicked on it, it opened Power Lookup and identified the resource I would need to own to see it. However, I cannot use Power Lookup to have all the hyperlinks in the Guide displayed. It just does
    Posted to Suggestions by Francis on Sat, Jun 8 2019
  • Re: Restore front and back matter to Bibles and other resources

    Look at Job 23:2 in the NASB95 (not the paragraph version). There is a footnote that reads "So with Gr and Syr; M.T. My". The abbreviations are not hyperlinked so that one can see what they mean. So it is a definite lacunae. This is not an omission in one passage: it is lacking in other passages as well.
    Posted to General by Francis on Fri, Jun 7 2019
  • Re: Restore front and back matter to Bibles and other resources

    Copyright 1995 Lockman Foundation
    Posted to General by Francis on Fri, Jun 7 2019
  • Re: Restore front and back matter to Bibles and other resources

    [quote user="JT (alabama24)"]I have it in mine... you probably have “Bible text only” turned on.[/quote] Oopsie: you're right! However, the list of symbols which is found in print NASB is still missing.
    Posted to General by Francis on Thu, Jun 6 2019
  • Re: Ancient Literature

    [quote user="John Huyser"] What if they were simply colored or highlighted differently if you owned them> [/quote] This could be part of a more general scheme since there all hyperlinks are blue in resources whether they indicate owned resources or other links of some sort (abbreviations, bibliographic info, logos unowned resources). One work-around
    Posted to Logos 8 by Francis on Thu, Jun 6 2019
  • Restore front and back matter to Bibles and other resources

    I'm sure this must have been mentioned in the past but here goes again: please do ensure that front matters are properly included in resources, starting with Bibles. These include important information for using the resource. For instance, the NASB95 has no preface at all. The paragraph edition includes the preface but omits the sigla. Thus, a reader
    Posted to General by Francis on Thu, Jun 6 2019
  • Re: Command or Exhortation?

    Yes, Lee is correct. The propositional outlines labes are interpretation. The distinction between command and exhortation can also be based on canonical and theological considerations. For instance, one might choose to consider that it is mainly the Law that contains commands. Another criteria would be whether what is urged is universal or clearly spoken
    Posted to General by Francis on Wed, Jun 5 2019
  • Problem with picture display in L8's wikipedia

    I have encountered this twice this am: a picture included in the article is displayed in very large size that take up multiple screens (see example below):
    Posted to Logos 8 by Francis on Wed, Jun 5 2019
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