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  • Re: Jewish style formatting

    [quote user="Graham Criddle"] [quote user="David Roberts"]Just curious what happens if you un-tick one verse per line[/quote] You get something like [quote user="David Roberts"] Can you have multiple verses in one line?[/quote] Yes but, as you see, the verse numbers are then in-line [/quote] So I just downloaded Logos 6. This is what I'm going to be
    Posted to Suggestions by David Roberts on Tue, Feb 3 2015
  • Re: Do I know what I'm about to miss?

    [quote user="David Paul"] [quote user="Mark Barnes"] There are coupon codes scattered liberally over the internet which historically have given 15% off base packages, even for existing customers. [/quote] I will take this into consideration. Thanks. [/quote] Hi David, Your faithlife profile lists you as " Messianic Hebrew." Do you ever listen to Dr
    Posted to General by David Roberts on Tue, Feb 3 2015
  • Re: Search results automatically into Copy Bible Verses formatter into clipboard for pasting...

    [quote user="Bruce Dunning"] Perhaps you already know this but If you right click on the reference you can choose "copy". [/quote] Thank you for the reply. I was aware of that ability though. I'm looking to bypass the resource for two reasons: Often my workspace is filled with other resources, so when I don't want anything open except those resources
    Posted to General by David Roberts on Tue, Feb 3 2015
  • Search results automatically into Copy Bible Verses formatter into clipboard for pasting...

    Is there any shortcut key that you can hold down while clicking on a search result so that instead of it loading the resource, it just goes straight through the Copy Bible Verses formatter into the clipboard for pasting? Forgive me if this is really easy and I just don't know how to do it. Here's a picture to explain what I mean. See how the mouse is
    Posted to General by David Roberts on Tue, Feb 3 2015
  • Re: FREE - Justification Reconsidered: Rethinking a Pauline Theme by Westerholm

    Thanks for the message. I just got both books on Paul.
    Posted to General by David Roberts on Tue, Feb 3 2015
  • Re: When Bible Software Marketing Crosses a Theological Line

    Phil Gons, I appreciate the spirit of your response even though I and many others believe the original post was below the belt and delivered with a strict standard that many of us doubt the author would apply to himself with the same rigor. Judging fellow brothers in Christ (Faithlife) while giving yourself a free pass is one of the most ugliest things
    Posted to General by David Roberts on Mon, Feb 2 2015
  • Re: Suggestion: Hebrew Bible Paragraph Format

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] Our building filters to "fake it" would have no such consequences. [/quote] Yes. And it could look like this. I apologise for not making it more realistic, but I don't know what the font name is of the default Logos English font.
    Posted to Suggestions by David Roberts on Mon, Feb 2 2015
  • Re: Suggestion: Hebrew Bible Paragraph Format

    I also want to voice my support for those two features. visually displaying the traditional closed and open spaces found within the Masoretic scrolls. not to starting each and every single verse on a new line (grrrh) Constantly breaking up the text according to verse numbers disrupts my reading. I find it so much easier when it flows on. Paragraph spaces
    Posted to Suggestions by David Roberts on Mon, Feb 2 2015
  • Re: Suggestion: Hebrew Bible Paragraph Format

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] Am I understanding you correctly? You want one book formatted as if it were another book? I doubt the contracts allow that! [/quote] My understanding was 'Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :)' wanted two things: the traditional closed and open spaces found within the Masoretic scrolls to be preserved digitally. not to start each verse on
    Posted to Suggestions by David Roberts on Mon, Feb 2 2015
  • Re: When Bible Software Marketing Crosses a Theological Line

    [quote user="Paul Lee"] When I use Logos, I turn off all their ads so that I can focus on the spiritual fruit of the Word without materialistic commercial distraction. [/quote] How do you do that?
    Posted to General by David Roberts on Mon, Feb 2 2015
  • Re: When Bible Software Marketing Crosses a Theological Line

    [quote user="Rich DeRuiter"] I'm sorry. Logos markets to adults. If adults can't control their spending because of assertive advertising, the problem isn't with the advertising. [/quote] I totally agree with you and disagree at the same time. I agree because personally I totally loathe the nanny state worldview where one group of adults treats other
    Posted to General by David Roberts on Mon, Feb 2 2015
  • Re: Thankful for 16,000 Many Volunteer Posts (MVP) by MJ

    Incredibly help to us all.
    Posted to General by David Roberts on Sun, Feb 1 2015
  • Re: Biblical Languages

    Here's the difference between my library and Logos' new Biblical languages base package. I did buy a number of books since that time though. Ancient Literature Dataset $13.71 NZD Andersen-Forbes Aramaic Grammatical Relationships Dataset Owned Andersen-Forbes Hebrew Grammatical Relationships Owned Anderson-Forbes Phrase Marker Analysis Dataset Owned
    Posted to General by David Roberts on Sat, Jan 31 2015
  • Re: Biblical Languages

    I purchased the Original Languages Library base package in 2012 for $413.56 USD. It was absolutely the right choice for me. It's been the single best investment I've ever made on Biblical education. It's a shame that it had to go up $637.46 USD. It's probably much better value, but much more painful for those on tight budgets.
    Posted to General by David Roberts on Sat, Jan 31 2015
  • Re: The most important Hebrew feature Faithlife (Lexham) could ever have

    [quote user="Vincent Setterholm"] Thanks for the suggestion, David. I think these kinds of editions are interesting. I've consulted them on occasion [/quote] They're helpful aren't they? [quote user="Vincent Setterholm"] the first step to doing something like this would be having someone write a formal proposal for the set of new code points needed
    Posted to Suggestions by David Roberts on Sat, Jan 31 2015
  • Re: The most important Hebrew feature Faithlife (Lexham) could ever have

    [quote user="George Somsel"] And torture isn't so bad if you don't feel it. Use a plain Hebrew text rather than an interlinear and there will be no transliteration. [/quote] I'm talking about introductory lessons where they need to make a mental connection to the sound of the Hebrew letters and vowels for the first time. Of course, we should quickly
    Posted to Suggestions by David Roberts on Sat, Jan 31 2015
  • Re: The most important Hebrew feature Faithlife (Lexham) could ever have

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] Which is why I'd like to see a move towards use of the International Phonetic Alphabet ... but I understand why the ambiguous legacy transcriptions dominate. [/quote] In my Hebrew classes I use traditional transcriptions for consonants, but the IPA for vowels. I'm teaching teenagers so I don't really want confuse them with θ
    Posted to Suggestions by David Roberts on Sat, Jan 31 2015
  • Re: biblical hebrew

    I don't know if you'll find this helpful, but for the Hebrew learners here, you may want to take a look at this recent post of mine: The most important Hebrew feature Faithlife (Lexham) could ever have for pronunciation
    Posted to Suggestions by David Roberts on Fri, Jan 30 2015
  • Re: As a British user, why can't I buy either of the Anglicised NIVs?

    I must say I wish all my English Bibles in Logos used British spelling, but I realise that the company is based in America, and that the vast majority of their resources are made for that target market/audience.
    Posted to General by David Roberts on Fri, Jan 30 2015
  • Re: biblical hebrew

    I'd like to complement Rosie's Hebrew Bible link with these mp3s of the Hebrew bible, though they are obviously not complete: Torah: Genesis Numbers Prophets: Joshua Judges 1st Samuel 2nd Samuel Obadiah Haggai Writings: Psalms Proverbs Job Song of Songs Ruth Lamentations Ecclesiastes Esther Daniel
    Posted to Suggestions by David Roberts on Fri, Jan 30 2015
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