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  • Re: How do I change the default font?

    [quote user="NB.Mick"]I understand Sleiman that he uses the Verbum installer version, not the classic L5 in "Verbum mode".[/quote]Correct. I have 2 installation on 2 separate PCs. On one I have L5, on the other Verbum. It's only with the Verbum installation that this oddity occurs. [quote user="George Somsel"]Perhaps you could run your Verbum resources
    Posted to Logos 5 by Sleiman on Sun, Jun 8 2014
  • Re: How do I change the default font?

    Thanks for sharing that George. I checked my Logos 5 installation and it shows the option like your screenshot. I should have mentioned that this happens when I'm using Verbum and not Logos 5. Might this be the first difference between the two installations? Not cool. Even the 'set default resources font' command is not available in my Verbum: What
    Posted to Logos 5 by Sleiman on Sun, Jun 8 2014
  • Re: SUGGESTION: Byzantine Catholic resources - some of interest to the Orthodox

    Posted to Suggestions by Sleiman on Sun, Jun 8 2014
  • Font bug?

    Posted to Logos 5 by Sleiman on Sun, Jun 8 2014
  • BUG: Can't change the default font in Verbum

    I don't seem to find the option to change the default font in all resources in the program settings:
    Posted to Logos 5 by Sleiman on Sun, Jun 8 2014
  • Re: It's here - Fathers of the Church

    [quote user="fgh"]Otherwise, my personal concern is trying to guess whether this collection will turn up in 'Verbum 6 Portfolio' for about $250 in a year or two. I'm tired of financing prepubs that others can then buy for a fraction of the price I paid. [/quote]Yup, my thoughts exactly. Perhaps if it doesn't make it to a base package in a year or two
    Posted to General by Sleiman on Fri, Jun 6 2014
  • Re: Original www.logos.com/catholic Site No Longer

    [quote user="Steve"] [quote user="Sleiman"] A work around is to search for 'catholic' on logos.com [/quote] ...sort of ... Not really the same when you look at it. Content is different, sorting doesn't have the same things in the proper order, etc. It is an alternative, but not in the way I need it to be. If you can visualize the site yesterday and
    Posted to General by Sleiman on Thu, May 22 2014
  • Re: Original www.logos.com/catholic Site No Longer

    A work around is to search for 'catholic' on logos.com
    Posted to General by Sleiman on Thu, May 22 2014
  • Re: LOGOS: Here we go again...

    [quote user="Michael Childs"] [quote user="Donnie Hale"] I'm not sure, but this might be better in the "Logos.com Website" forum. [/quote] I don't mean to be critical, but why would that matter? [/quote]Usually, that sub-forum gets a little more attention from Logos.
    Posted to General by Sleiman on Thu, May 15 2014
  • Re: Community Pricing for Augustine

    [quote user="Steve"]Perhaps someone else or someone from Logos can provide some clarity.[/quote] For Augustine, a resource I find valuable is Augustine Through the Ages: An Encyclopedia which includes >%20logosres:augustineages;ref=Page.p_xxxv]]">a comprehensive list of known publications of Augustine works (where the Latin is found and the English
    Posted to General by Sleiman on Thu, May 15 2014
  • Re: Pseudepigrapha references problem

    [quote user="Francis"] [quote user="Sleiman"]Is there a neat way where in a place that I expect a link and there isn't that I create one myself?[/quote] 1. Select the text in the resource window. 2. From the drop down menu, click on "Copy location as: URL". 3. In your annotation window, select the text to be hyperlinked (for instance Wis Sol 2.1), click
    Posted to General by Sleiman on Tue, May 13 2014
  • Re: Pseudepigrapha references problem

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"]The pseudepigrapha doesn't work - one has to use a URL.[/quote]Is there a neat way where in a place that I expect a link and there isn't that I create one myself?
    Posted to General by Sleiman on Tue, May 13 2014
  • Re: Lenten Triodion, Festal Menaion, etc.

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] You've not heard the Arabic Maronite Catholic Chant? Cool stuff. [/quote]Indeed. I know most of them by heart The reason for the drooling image is that I WANT more Arabic resources in Logos. I'm hoping the Orthodox material brings a lot of Arabic with it into Logos. Is this just a wild dream, Gabe? I hope not?
    Posted to Orthodox Products by Sleiman on Fri, May 9 2014
  • Re: Lenten Triodion, Festal Menaion, etc.

    [quote user="Gabe Martini"]Would you like that in Greek, Arabic, or Slavonic? [/quote]oooh! I'm sorry; I thought you said Arabic.
    Posted to Orthodox Products by Sleiman on Fri, May 9 2014
  • Re: Lenten Triodion, Festal Menaion, etc.

    Excellent stuff, Gabe. Keep up the good work. Typicon, next? :)
    Posted to Orthodox Products by Sleiman on Fri, May 9 2014
  • Re: Calling all Eastern priests/cantors/students of liturgy...

    [quote user="Gabe Martini"]These are books that cover 'everything else' that isn't in a primary service book for clergy[/quote]Yup, and for this reason, this should be included in the Orthodox Library Builder !
    Posted to Orthodox Products by Sleiman on Thu, May 8 2014
  • Re: Inspirational stories

    [quote user="Rosie Perera"]BTW, it is a true story/memoir. I know the author.[/quote]Cool! Regent? Your comment somehow made the book more appealing than it already was.
    Posted to General by Sleiman on Tue, May 6 2014
  • Re: Inspirational stories

    Thank you all very much. Great suggestions. Rosie, that book looks interesting; I'll check it out.
    Posted to General by Sleiman on Mon, May 5 2014
  • Inspirational stories

    2 Corinthians 12:9-11 I'm looking for suggestions on books/articles/whatever (in the Logos echo system) that illustrate how God uses the weak (the least) to show his glory and how everyone has a purpose. Mainly to show how Christian hope is the antidote to despair. Preferably with real life examples, (good examples like this one: https://www.youtube
    Posted to General by Sleiman on Sat, May 3 2014
  • Re: Happy Easter!

    Χριστὸς ἀνέστη ἐκ νεκρῶν, θανάτῳ θάνατον πατήσας, καὶ τοῖς ἐν τοῖς μνήμασι, ζωὴν χαρισάμενος! ( Paschal Troparion ; sung in many different languages )
    Posted to General by Sleiman on Sun, Apr 20 2014
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