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  • Suggestion: 1-tap selecting of multiple highlight styles on iPad/iPhone

    Background: The “Swipe to highlight” option on the iPad/iPhone is nice for minimizing taps needed, but only if you’re wanting to apply the same style as used on the last highlight. Selecting a different style takes 3 or 4 taps plus possibly scrolling in dropdown lists (depending on whether the desired style is on the “most recently used” list). Note
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Keith Gant on Thu, Apr 28 2016
  • Re: Suggestion:  Option to eliminate wasted border white space (Windows, iOS)

    Actually, on reading that suggestion more carefully, I'm not so sure that it would do what I was looking for. I was only interested in eliminating (or preferably being able to set the width of) the wasted white space at the far left and far right of a resource's window.
    Posted to Suggestions by Keith Gant on Fri, Apr 15 2016
  • Re: Suggestion:  Option to eliminate wasted border white space (Windows, iOS)

    Andrew, thanks for calling my attention to that item, I was not aware of it. I just placed my vote.
    Posted to Suggestions by Keith Gant on Fri, Apr 15 2016
  • Re: Suggestion:  Option to eliminate wasted border white space (Windows, iOS)

    Bernhard, I posted that almost 3 years ago and you're the first one to express a similar wish. Which is probably why it is still not available. I'd still love to have it in Logos for Windows. The screen on my current laptop is even smaller than the one I had back then.
    Posted to Suggestions by Keith Gant on Fri, Apr 15 2016
  • Re: Biggest need - HANDS FREE READ ALOUD - enjoy my collection in drive time

    [quote user="Scott (Sanjay) Hayes"] Kevin, The built-in read aloud feature on Apple iOS only reads the text that's already "on the screen" so you can hear it if you are blind or see poorly. I'm suggesting an automated feature that would keep reading the book "whether the text is on the screen yet or not". I've tried the Apple iOS feature, and it doesn
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Keith Gant on Wed, Jul 15 2015
  • Re: Biggest need - HANDS FREE READ ALOUD - enjoy my collection in drive time

    [quote user="Kevin Byford (Faithlife)"] This is already supported on iOS mobile devices. If you are saying it doesn't work for you please post detailed instructions for reproducing the issue. [/quote] Yes, I just tried it and it works great with Logos under iOS 8. So glad to find this out, I was not aware that this capability was available in iOS.
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Keith Gant on Wed, Jul 15 2015
  • Re: Biggest need - HANDS FREE READ ALOUD - enjoy my collection in drive time

    Scott, one thing I’ve done for a couple of resources is to play the audio on my Windows laptop using Logos’ built-in Read Aloud capability (Ctrl-R), and capture the audio to a file with Windows Sound Recorder or another app. (This can take hours for a large book.) Then I copied the audio file to my iPod where I could listen to the resource while jogging
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Keith Gant on Mon, Jul 13 2015
  • Re: Teaching from the iPad using logos

    I do my outline/notes in Word, then when done I save it to a PDF and view the PDF on the iPad in Goodreader when presenting. Goodreader would also be able to show the Word docx file but pdf has some advantages. Goodreader's ability to crop the pages is very helpful--eliminating the white border space makes the text larger and much easier to read on
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Keith Gant on Tue, Sep 3 2013
  • Re: Seminary Books?

    For each seminary course I had, the first thing I'd do was see how many of the textbooks I could get in Logos. For textual courses requiring commentaries, a high % were available (although occasionally only in sets, not for individual purchase). But for theology courses, very few were available. Also sometimes Logos did not have the latest version
    Posted to General by Keith Gant on Tue, Sep 3 2013
  • Suggestion:  Option to eliminate wasted border white space (Windows, iOS)

    The Columns option, in which a resource is displayed in multiple columns, is a great feature for readability, especially on wide-screen laptops. However, unlike when Columns are set to None, it adds wasted white space in the form of borders on all four sides of the text. This was probably done for cosmetics (or to look like Kindle), but it would really
    Posted to Suggestions by Keith Gant on Fri, Aug 16 2013
  • Re: Layout slow to respond

    Steve, For me, I never even look at the list of past snapshots in the right column. My only interest is in the left column, the list of named layouts I have created. Perhaps it is the snapshots which are the source of the delay.
    Posted to Logos 5 by Keith Gant on Thu, Mar 21 2013
  • Re: Layout slow to respond

    [quote user="DMB"] I'd assume anyone that does a decent amount of programming has wondered exactly would could take an i7 that long to do. [/quote] I do and I have.
    Posted to Logos 5 by Keith Gant on Thu, Mar 21 2013
  • Re: Layout slow to respond

    The first thing I noticed when upgrading from L4 to L5 (Windows) was the increased and excruciatingly long time it takes from clicking on the "Layouts" button until the dropdown list of layouts appears. And I have a fast i7 CPU and SSD. Seems like the programmer should be holding the list of layouts (47 in my case) in memory so that the list could be
    Posted to Logos 5 by Keith Gant on Wed, Mar 20 2013
  • Re: Jack Cottrell works

    Item 14 from Ted's original list is now available: http://www.logos.com/product/25039/headship-submission-and-the-bible-gender-roles-in-the-home
    Posted to Suggestions by Keith Gant on Mon, Mar 11 2013
  • Re: Crashing on Startup

    Thanks to all for those suggestions. Fortunately, I am now up and running. I did a complete uninstall of Logos 5 then reinstalled it from the website. After 12 hours of downloading and indexing, Logos was going again. Since two other programs on my laptop experienced corrupted files around the same time, I am suspecting that my 3-year old SSD is starting
    Posted to Logos 5 by Keith Gant on Mon, Feb 25 2013
  • Re: Crashing on Startup

    Mark, According to the link you provided, holding down the Ctrl key during startup will produce the log files (which I did). However, I have now enabled permanent debugging as you suggested. I tried to start Logos again and got the same crash. However, I searched my entire drive and there is no file named logos.log.
    Posted to Logos 5 by Keith Gant on Thu, Feb 21 2013
  • Crashing on Startup

    Logos 5 (latest version) has just started crashing on startup. When I try to start it, with or without Ctrl depressed, the Logos logo comes up for a few seconds then just disappears. Log files are attached. I deleted all files in the LibraryIndex and Bible index folders but it had no effect. Also I have run a virus scan (Kaspersky), registry cleaners
    Posted to Logos 5 by Keith Gant on Thu, Feb 21 2013
  • Re: Question re: prepositions section

    G=Genitive case, D=Dative case. Some prepositions have different meanings depending on the case.
    Posted to Logos 5 by Keith Gant on Wed, Dec 19 2012
  • Re: Two finger scrolling

    It is especially useful when you want to highlight a section which continues just a line or two past the text on the current screen. Previously you had to create two separate highlights.
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Keith Gant on Sun, Nov 18 2012
  • Re: Logos for iOS 3.0.3 Release Notes

    It just now downloaded fine onto my iPad.
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Keith Gant on Wed, Oct 17 2012
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