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  • Re: Is there a way to request resources on Logos?

    Thanks to all who replied! This is just what I was looking for and I did not know about these resources. I'm going to go ahead and make some suggestions, and also vote for some others now that I know where to do so. Thank you all again.
    Posted to General by aaylnx on Tue, Mar 27 2018
  • Is there a way to request resources on Logos?

    Often I find resources that are not available for Logos that I would love to request. Is there any way to do this? Presently, I would really like to request the following series. https://www.bhacademic.com/series/eggnt/
    Posted to General by aaylnx on Tue, Mar 27 2018
  • Re: Announcement: Logos Now to continue at same price (with new name)

    This is very good news. Thank you! Question. I thought that Logos Now provides steady feature upgrades to the Logos base w/o all of the library updates. I see a lot of people on this thread talking about how they will now upgrade to Logos 8 (whenever it comes out). That's great, but for those of us who do not need major library enhancements, will Logos
    Posted to General by aaylnx on Wed, Mar 7 2018
  • Herman Bavinck - Reformed Ethics

    Does anyone know whether Logos will be getting Bavinck's soon to be published Reformed Ethics? I know it's not out yet, but this would be a very nice book to add to my Logos library. https://www.amazon.com/Reformed-Ethics-Created-Converted-Humanity/dp/0801098025/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1520378972&sr=8-1&keywords=reformed+ethics+bavinck
    Posted to Reformed Products by aaylnx on Tue, Mar 6 2018
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    I'm glad to hear of Logos' continued focus on app.logos.com. I'm still not able to use it as my daily driver because of lack of feature parity with the desktop app, but I'm hoping for this one day. For now it's Logos in a VM still for me :-)
    Posted to Suggestions by aaylnx on Tue, Feb 6 2018
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Michael, I'm certain that you are completely correct that there will never be a Linux version. It would be nice if we were able to run Logos under wine, but having looked into that quite a bit myself, I'm not holding my breath. The cloud option is really the only truly cross-platform option for Logos in the future. Unfortunately, app.logos.com has a
    Posted to Suggestions by aaylnx on Tue, Feb 6 2018
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Michael, I suspect you are right. If that's the case, then my current solution would probably be easier for me which is simply to run the Windows vm locally with KVM and then access it remotely (if needed) via RDP tunneled through ssh. That seems to work quite well for me. I would love for there to be a native version of Logos one day, but for now this
    Posted to Suggestions by aaylnx on Mon, Feb 5 2018
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Phil, Could you explain further the solution you're using? I'm also a Linux user and what I've ended up doing is running Logos in a Windows virtual machine under Linux (KVM). Is that the same thing you're doing? Are you running a virtual machine version of Windows an a cloud host and then remotely accessing it? Thanks, Adam
    Posted to Suggestions by aaylnx on Mon, Feb 5 2018
  • Re: Is there a simple way to do this?

    I want to thank everyone for their your advice. Your suggestions are helping me. Disciple of Christ, I'm also glad to hear that there is a major rewrite going on. Could be a big help going forward. Thanks again everyone.
    Posted to Logos 7 by aaylnx on Wed, Jul 19 2017
  • Is there a simple way to do this?

    If anyone could help me, I would be so grateful! All I want to do is simply to make a note in a book the same way that I would do if I had a physical book and wrote notes in the margins. Yet, for all of Logos' power, I can find no simple way to do this. Everything seems so complicated. Yes I can make a note, but I want to tie that note to the book,
    Posted to Logos 7 by aaylnx on Tue, Jul 18 2017
  • Re: Bibliographic citations as footnotes in LibreOffice

    Bradley, Looks like you found the issue. Thanks! I'm guessing since this seems to be an issue affecting a wide number of people that it will get addressed sooner rather than later. I will keep my eye on the first bug report you list and see how it gets addressed. For now, I will stick with the 5.1 series of LibreOffice until they get this bug fixed
    Posted to General by aaylnx on Tue, Oct 11 2016
  • Re: Bibliographic citations as footnotes in LibreOffice

    Ok, I can now verify (thanks to Nord's helpful comment) that bibliographic citations are provided as footnotes in the previous major release version of LibreOffice. LibreOffice is now on the 5.2 series of releases. I downgraded to the last build of the 5.1 series, which can be found here , and citations are now automatically added as footnotes. This
    Posted to General by aaylnx on Sat, Oct 8 2016
  • Re: Bibliographic citations as footnotes in LibreOffice

    Nord, very interesting. I'm glad to hear that it worked on previous version. It seems therefore that Logos had put some effort into making sure that this feature worked on Libreoffice previously, and therefore may simply need to make a software update. Do you know which version of Libreoffice you were using before you updated? I am going to try and
    Posted to General by aaylnx on Sat, Oct 8 2016
  • Re: Bibliographic citations as footnotes in LibreOffice

    Thanks. Yes, it doesn't seem to work. When doing a copy, Logos must include some kind of code, or send some kind of signal to MS Word that a certain portion of what is to be pasted needs to be placed in a footnote. I guess the question is does Libreoffice support such a procedure. Have the Logos developers inquired into this? Not sure. Any Logos developers
    Posted to General by aaylnx on Fri, Oct 7 2016
  • Re: Bibliographic citations as footnotes in LibreOffice

    Hi Jon, Thanks for the reply. Unfortunately, the different options under "Copy Footnotes as" don't seem to make a difference. The citation is still placed immediately under the quote rather than down at the bottom of the page in a footnote. Let me know if you (or any others) have any other thoughts.
    Posted to General by aaylnx on Fri, Oct 7 2016
  • Bibliographic citations as footnotes in LibreOffice

    I don't have MS Office only LibreOffice. When I copy and paste from a Logos resource into a LibreOffice document, the bibliographic citation does not get placed at the bottom at the page as, I believe, it does when pasting into Word. Am I stuck with this behavior unless using Word, or is there a way to have bibliographic citations placed as footnotes
    Posted to General by aaylnx on Fri, Oct 7 2016
  • Re: Announce: Sync outage 22 September

    Is there any estimated time to get this resolved? It's proving problematic for me right now. No ETA on the status page.
    Posted to General by aaylnx on Thu, Sep 22 2016
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    I'm not trying to be nit picky here, but why would running Chromium OS under KVM be an advantage to anyone? Chromium is not Android. Chromium is the open source development version of Google's Chrome OS. By itself, Chromium OS can only access Logos through a browser which can be done natively on any OS. If one wants an Android desktop, then their best
    Posted to Suggestions by aaylnx on Fri, Sep 9 2016
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    [quote user="Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :)"] Risk is using a client web browser on Linux since the Umbreon root kit could be incorporated into a malicious web site or ad download for local execution and exploit (same delivery technique is a risk on Mac and Windows too).. Another risk is an email client that allows something to be executed (similar to Outlook
    Posted to Suggestions by aaylnx on Thu, Sep 8 2016
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Keep Smiling, Is there any reason why you mention a new Linux exploit and not new exploits for Mac and Windows? The Trend Micro release makes it clear that for this exploit to work an attacker already needs local access to the machine (i.e. the exploit cannot be triggered remotely, but only if the attacker has already broken into the machine and obtained
    Posted to Suggestions by aaylnx on Wed, Sep 7 2016
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