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  • Re: New Feature: Hebrew Grammatical Constructions

    [quote user="Kenneth Neighoff"]Your examples of things not working are from the right side of the colon. [/quote] You are quite right. I misread the description.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Tim Bahula on Sat, Feb 11 2017
  • Re: New Feature: Hebrew Grammatical Constructions

    Thanks for your reply, Jimmy. Unfortunately, I was unable to get a search syntax that worked for gramcon dot weakverb. I tried: {Section <gramcon.weakverb>} {Section <GrammaticalConstructions = gramcon.weakverb>} {Section <GrammaticalConstructions gramcon.weakverb>} gramcon.weakverb None of them worked. While new features sound exciting
    Posted to Logos 7 by Tim Bahula on Sat, Feb 11 2017
  • Re: New Feature: Hebrew Grammatical Constructions

    Thanks, Dave. This works as expected.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Tim Bahula on Sat, Feb 11 2017
  • Re: New Feature: Hebrew Grammatical Constructions

    The Hebrew Grammatical Constructions Documentation says that I should be able to search for weak verbs using {Section <GrammaticalConstructions weakverb>} in the Bible Search. This returns 0 results. Can anyone shed light on why this might be?
    Posted to Logos 7 by Tim Bahula on Fri, Feb 10 2017
  • Re: Reftagger: languages

    Any update or timeline for development of Portuguese RefTagger?
    Posted to RefTagger by Tim Bahula on Sat, May 28 2016
  • Re: Need Help Constructing Syntax Search for "(the) Son of God"

    Thanks for working through this, Stephen. It was just what I was looking for this morning!
    Posted to Logos 6 by Tim Bahula on Thu, Oct 8 2015
  • Re: Opening TWO Collections tabs

    [quote user="James Taylor"] A work around is to sort your library by one of the collections and then have the other which you like to compare with actually open in the collection tool. [/quote] This work around will work. Hadn't thought of it. Thanks.
    Posted to Logos 6 by Tim Bahula on Wed, Jul 8 2015
  • Opening TWO Collections tabs

    Does anyone know if it is possible to open TWO Collections tabs? I have tried CTRL-SHIFT-N, right-clicking on the Collections tab, and clicking on Collections in a New Tab. None of those has worked. This seems like a useful feature for comparing collections
    Posted to Logos 6 by Tim Bahula on Wed, Jul 8 2015
  • Re: New Features: Narrative Character Maps (Vol 2)

    [quote user="Nathan Parker"] In terms of the current situation on this, I would just leave it as is. Logos 6 customers are locked into the content they received, and if they want the additions, they can go ahead and subscribe to Logos Now. [/quote] As previously indicated, my complaint is that the marketing of Narrative Character Maps for Logos 6 specifically
    Posted to Logos Now by Tim Bahula on Wed, Jul 8 2015
  • Re: New Features: Narrative Character Maps (Vol 2)

    [quote user="Bob Pritchett"] Isn't that a fantastic deal? And wouldn't you rather take that deal than win a handful of Character Maps and Before/After photos today, and then never see another, having if not strangled the golden goose of fresh content , at least encouraged it to lay different eggs? :-) [/quote] Is there really a golden goose?! Bob, thanks
    Posted to Logos Now by Tim Bahula on Thu, Jul 2 2015
  • Re: New Features: Narrative Character Maps (Vol 2)

    [quote user="Phil Gons (Faithlife)"] I asked the team to update the product descriptions so they list out specifically what is included in them. That way everyone has clear expectations. I've also set in motion to deliver any free updates based on how we described the product but haven't yet delivered on. We'll do this with both Narrative Character
    Posted to Logos Now by Tim Bahula on Thu, Jul 2 2015
  • Re: New Features: Narrative Character Maps (Vol 2)

    [quote user="Phil Gons (Faithlife)"] This isn't an argument. It's a statement of fact. :) [/quote] Perhaps you were trying lighten the mood with some humor... it's very difficult to read tone of voice in pixels. The fact is that Logos does not always specify when future updates will be included for free. It is a fact that Logos rarely if ever explicitly
    Posted to Logos Now by Tim Bahula on Tue, Jun 30 2015
  • Re: New Features: Narrative Character Maps (Vol 2)

    [quote user="John Kight"] When Logos 6 was purchased it included Narrative Character Maps (vol. 1) & Before and After: Biblical Sites (vol. 1). However, the newly release content, while functioning within the same window as the existing volume(s), is actually a distinct volume(s) from the former ( Narrative Character Maps, vol. 2 and Before and After
    Posted to Logos Now by Tim Bahula on Tue, Jun 30 2015
  • Re: New Features: Narrative Character Maps (Vol 2)

    [quote user="Ryan B"] Hi Phil, I realize this thread is specifically about the Narrative Character Maps, but I suspect a lot of the same arguments might be made about the Before and After Update as well. One thing that may be worth looking into as well is the initial description of the Before and After feature lists "a variety of views of Jerusalem
    Posted to Logos Now by Tim Bahula on Tue, Jun 30 2015
  • Re: New Features: Narrative Character Maps (Vol 2)

    At the risk of descending into flaming... [quote user="Mark Smith"] Maybe what isn't being said is that (without the Logos Now option) these new datasets would NOT have been released AT ALL until Logos 7. Certainly from all I've read, FL never planned to release them to Logos 6 users. We would simply NOT HAVE KNOWN they existed. [/quote] Please do not
    Posted to Logos Now by Tim Bahula on Tue, Jun 30 2015
  • Re: New Features: Narrative Character Maps (Vol 2)

    [quote user="Tim Bahula"] From that description, you wouldn't expect that you get just 6 of them! [/quote] Ooops, just 5 of them! I was confusing Narrative Character Maps with Before & After... another complaint !
    Posted to Logos Now by Tim Bahula on Tue, Jun 30 2015
  • Re: Before and after Biblical Sites

    [quote user="Patrick Rietveld"] Yes, it is a pity. But it makes some sense that Logos NOW subscribers get it NOT and the rest of us some time in the (hopefully near) future. [/quote] I'm afraid that I don't understand the sense in this. Perhaps someone can explain it to me? The cynical side of me sees it as a money grab.
    Posted to Logos 6 by Tim Bahula on Tue, Jun 30 2015
  • Re: New Features: Narrative Character Maps (Vol 2)

    [quote user="Juanita"] It never occurred to me that Logos had to specifiy to add more content to a feature that was part of an update. [/quote] Agreed.
    Posted to Logos Now by Tim Bahula on Tue, Jun 30 2015
  • Re: New Features: Narrative Character Maps (Vol 2)

    [quote user="Phil Gons (Faithlife)"] The key thing to keep in mind is that we didn't include future updates as part of the Logos 6 product description. We always specify when future updates will be included for free. Without that explicit statement, you shouldn't expect it. Updates to Atlas were included in Logos 6. [/quote] Phil, That is a weak argument
    Posted to Logos Now by Tim Bahula on Tue, Jun 30 2015
  • Re: New Features: Narrative Character Maps (Vol 2)

    [quote user="Fr Devin Roza"] There's been no official announcement that there will be a Logos/Verbum 7, but they have announced that Logos Now is "early access" to features as they are being developed. So, supposing there will be a v7, these features, resources, etc. would almost all be the new features in v7. As I understand it, Logos Now is just getting
    Posted to Logos Now by Tim Bahula on Tue, Jun 30 2015
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