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  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Sure, if resources are a concern, and one already uses Chrome. Nativefier makes this a separate application to your desktop, that has its own menu entry, icon, and process. Sometimes, it makes sense to reason about a webapp separately from one's "browsing tasks". You can even build the app with "--tray start-in-tray" so it starts up hidden and available
    Posted to Suggestions by Tim Hawes on Mon, Sep 16 2019
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Not the same as running Logos 8 natively on Linux, but you can make https://app.logos.com into a desktop app (sorta, you'll still need to be connected to the internet to use it, just like you would the website). Install nodejs. On Ubuntu, you can just run sudo apt install nodejs Then install nativefier npm install -g nativefier Then you can create a
    Posted to Suggestions by Tim Hawes on Sun, Sep 15 2019
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