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  • Re: Services

    [quote user="Josh"]Does Logos have this feature? It is so useful... I hope it is available in Logos[/quote] The answer to your question is yes. While there are not as many services provided as those offered in the video you posted, there is one major one that I think is the most useful. If you look in your services section in the System Settings, there
    Posted to General by Michael Meiser (Faithlife) on Thu, Aug 6 2015
  • Re: Looking for any suggestions on teaching logos 6

    [quote user="Richard Villanueva"]but how much can you cover in an hour!?[/quote] Richard, I have led quite a few different Logos training seminars for people all across the board; from lay people to Greek and Hebrew scholars. My biased opinion about the ideal training content you can cover in an hour that covers the basics of the software includes the
    Posted to Logos 6 by Michael Meiser (Faithlife) on Mon, Jul 27 2015
  • Re: Looking for any suggestions on teaching logos 6

    [quote user="Richard Villanueva"] I'm wondering, does Logos/FL ever do on-site training for pastoral staff? [/quote] FL definitely does on-site training for pastoral staff. I will go ahead and share this forum link with our Ministry Development department so that they can follow up with you to chat about options that are available. In the meantime,
    Posted to Logos 6 by Michael Meiser (Faithlife) on Mon, Jul 27 2015
  • Re: Definition of Large Text when searching a PB?

    [quote user="JohnB"]What is the definition of Large Text when searching a PB???[/quote] I ran a test and have uploaded a screenshot that shows definitively that Large Text in PB's is representative of any text over 12pt font. Personally, I tend to use different levels of heading text when working with my PB's instead of Large text. The only reason I
    Posted to General by Michael Meiser (Faithlife) on Tue, Jul 28 2015
  • Re: Dead Sea Scrolls Sectarian MSS Results in Word Studies

    [quote user="Jonathan Ray"] However, I figured out that this was sort of a "gotcha" moment. It looks like the DSS database that I bought does not actually come with any of the Sectarian MSS that was being demoed . Is there a separate DSS database I need to get for the this, and if so, which one? Also, I have The Dead Sea Scrolls: A New Translation for
    Posted to General by Michael Meiser (Faithlife) on Mon, Aug 3 2015
  • Re: All NT quotes or allusions from Psalms

    [quote user="Scott Oliphint"]Is there a way to get a list of all NT quotes or allusions from the Psalms?[/quote] Scott, I wanted to offer a slightly different method. There are two resources that I believe are in every base package that will help you with this. These are Old Testament Quotes in the New Testament by David Philipps and Old Testament Quotations
    Posted to Logos 6 by Michael Meiser (Faithlife) on Thu, Jul 30 2015
  • Re: Do you have any video tutorial suggestions?

    [quote user="Lankford Oxendine"]I'll put in my vote for syntax searching.[/quote] I am thinking about filling this void by creating a Syntax Searching Playlist on my new YouTube channel. (See signature for link) Will probably start work on it next week. Stay tuned...
    Posted to Logos 6 by Michael Meiser (Faithlife) on Thu, Jul 30 2015
  • Re: Morphological search mi verbs

    Francis, I think the issue here is that Bible search and Morph search use different search syntax to find the same results. In this instance, the search syntax "lemma:*μι" works in a Morph search, but this same syntax does not work for a Bible search. Instead the syntax that must be used is " ". You can see a quick image down below. Hope this helps
    Posted to General by Michael Meiser (Faithlife) on Fri, Jun 10 2016
  • Re: Possible Bug: Syntax Search Result

    [quote user="Ryan Robinson"] I'm also noticing this could of been a lot easier search for the question from the Faithlife group. There are only to false hits ( 2 Cor 2:5 and 1 John 5:13 ). [quote user="Mike Meiser"] [/quote] I'm guessing the only reason you didn't go for this, Mike, is it isn't as safe to be exactly what he was looking for? [/quote
    Posted to General by Michael Meiser (Faithlife) on Fri, May 13 2016
  • Re: Scroll bars with horizontal and verticle lines in them

    [quote user="Pat Browne"]So I'd like to know what they are, how I got them in the scroll bar and how to delete them.[/quote] Pat, there are two different types of lines that appear in your scroll bar. The first is only visible when a search is run and active. These are represented by orange lines and are called "Search bookmarks." You can turn these
    Posted to Logos 6 by Michael Meiser (Faithlife) on Wed, Jun 22 2016
  • Re: CNNTS

    [quote user="James C."] Here is the link to the new version of the CNTTS video training. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uI-zxndZQq0 [/quote] Good stuff, James!
    Posted to Logos 6 by Michael Meiser (Faithlife) on Fri, Apr 8 2016
  • Re: Passage Guide default layout

    [quote user="Graham Criddle"]I havent checked if this works with multiple screen layouts but I cant see why it wouldn't [/quote] It does. ;-)
    Posted to Logos 6 by Michael Meiser (Faithlife) on Wed, Apr 13 2016
  • Re: That's Easy to Say

    While working offline you can use the Factbook pronunciations as well. To check if you have this 1) go to the tools menu and click on "pronunciations." 2) change the pronunciation list to "Factbook Headings." 3) check a Factbook page to see if you have the speaker icon. I hope this helps. Mike
    Posted to Suggestions by Michael Meiser (Faithlife) on Fri, Jul 10 2015
  • Re: Looking for all the Greek words

    [quote user="Pastor Michael Huffman"]Curious. When you do a search in the Bible Word Study report for "crown" it does not come back but with two Greek words and both of them are from the same form. When you do the morph search, unless I cannot see it in the Screen here, it does not come back with the word 'diadhmata" which is translated "crown" in the
    Posted to Logos 6 by Michael Meiser (Faithlife) on Thu, Aug 27 2015
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