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  • Re: PBB Question

    [quote user="Jack Caviness"] BTW: Copied MS Word docx documents to XP under Parallels and discovered I must add the docx extension for L4 Win to recognize them also. [/quote] Yes. I ran across that long ago when passing files to students. Windows is pretty dumb about recognizing file types. That is what made me think of suggesting that you had to explicitly
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by David L Adams on Wed, Jun 1 2011
  • Re: PBB Question

    Jack: As noted in the post Personal Book Builder: Initial Observations and Issues , I got this to work with no problems (and no previous license for PBB in L3). In my case I took a couple of documents created in Nisus Pro, exported them to Word (.DOC), opened them in Word 2011 and saved them as .DOCX, and PBB recognized them and opened them with no
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by David L Adams on Wed, Jun 1 2011
  • Re: 4.3 Beta 6 (v4.30.0.0735) shipping soon

    No apology necessary, Jack. I don't use the notes feature myself, but when we teach the introduction to Logos workshop for our students many students ask about it. What I hear from them is mostly disappointment about the feature. It may be (as KS4J suggests) I was mixing up Handouts with Notes. I have never used the handouts feature at all, so I have
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by David L Adams on Wed, Jun 1 2011
  • Personal Book Builder: Initial Observations and Issues

    As a seminary professor, I am quite pleased to see the first release of the new Personal Book Builder (PBB) tool in L4B6. For a 'first go', I thought it worked pretty well, and I am very excited about the future possibility of being able to distribute course materials to students in this format (and to some day being able to create resources for my
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by David L Adams on Wed, Jun 1 2011
  • Re: 4.3 Beta 6 (v4.30.0.0735) shipping soon

    My memory may be flawed on this, but I was under the impression that I had read that the notes feature was being completely re-written on both the Win and the Mac sides, and that the plan was not to do a lot to patch up the current Mac implementation of Notes, but to wait until the re-write was ready and implement it all-at-once on both sides? Does
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by David L Adams on Wed, Jun 1 2011
  • Re: Critique of vyrso.com

    My concern is different. I find it very disappointing that you force us to get a facebook account in order to participate. I am fed up with 'social media' and refuse to join facebook or twitter, even for a free iPad2. Why can we not participate (or even comment) using just our email or even our Logos ID. –– DLA
    Posted to Vyrso: Christian Ebooks by David L Adams on Tue, May 31 2011
  • Re: 4.3 Beta 5 Exegetical Guide

    This is mentioned in the release notes as a new feature: New Features Exegetical Guide The default “Parts of Speech” setting in the “Word by Word” section is now “Include only these parts of speech” with only Verbs, Nouns, Adjectives and Adverbs selected. Other parts of speech will be displayed, but will be grayed out. Clicking on a grayed-out word
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by David L Adams on Fri, May 20 2011
  • Re: BUG: Tiny window each time Logos is started (still)

    I have also had this problem intermittently. I have not previously reported it because I could not reproduce the circumstances under which it happens (and still cannot). This seemed to have been fixed for quite a while but to have returned with the betas for 4.3 (at least for me). Now it seems to happen for me once every 5-10 program launches. DLA
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by David L Adams on Thu, May 19 2011
  • Re: The Well-Known Un-Known Issue

    Oh happy day! I just tried it, and it does appear to be working. I will give it a thorough work out over the course of the next few days. Thank you... DLA
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by David L Adams on Thu, May 19 2011
  • Re: Indexer Not (indexing, that is...)

    Turning off automatic downloads worked, and the indexer ran to completion, so I have my indexes back. Happy, happy ... joy, joy! But seriously, I think that KS4J is right to suggest that modifying the indexer code is in order, though I would recommend a different solution. Given the relative value of indexes to the program and the frequency with which
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by David L Adams on Tue, May 10 2011
  • Re: Indexer Not (indexing, that is...)

    I will disable automatic downloads and try it. Will let you know later what happens. – DLA
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by David L Adams on Tue, May 10 2011
  • Re: Indexer Not (indexing, that is...)

    OK ... The indexing process seemed to proceed normally. I watched it for several hours until I had to teach a class. When the class was done I looked and saw that the indexer had quit, and I still did not have functioning indexes. I am certainly no expert, but I took a look at the logs (attached below), and it appears that the indexer went into 'download
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by David L Adams on Tue, May 10 2011
  • Indexer Not (indexing, that is...)

    Last Friday I downloaded the new JBL archive resources. I noticed right away that they did not seem to be indexing. Searches performed would find appropriate material in all other resources, but not In any JBL resource. After waiting for a day with no indexing — I stopped and started the program several times to try to get it to index the new material
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by David L Adams on Mon, May 9 2011
  • Re: Download Problems Persist in Beta 3

    Thanks for the suggestion. I tried it, but my browser (Safari) crashed every time I tried to download the file. At least it is helpful to know what file L4 is attempting to download. Eventually the bug will be fixed, so I will just wait for it. –– DLA
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by David L Adams on Mon, May 2 2011
  • Re: The Well-Known Un-Known Issue

    Just to clarify the answer my earlier question: Am I correct in concluding that the omission of this item from the 'known issues' list means that it we can expect that it will not be fixed by the release of 4.3? –– DLA
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by David L Adams on Tue, Apr 26 2011
  • Re: The Well-Known Un-Known Issue

    That certainly makes me feel better. –– DLA
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by David L Adams on Tue, Apr 26 2011
  • Re: Download Problems Persist in Beta 3

    Ah ... I read the 'known issues' list but did not recognize in that item a reference to what I was experiencing. –– dla
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by David L Adams on Tue, Apr 26 2011
  • Download Problems Persist in Beta 3

    Having (manually) downloaded and installed Beta 3 (4.30.0.0376) with no problems, I was surprised when I launched the program to find that it immediately attempted to download an update of 151.5 MB and that, as with Beta 2, this download froze at 1% of 151.5 MB. After waiting a while to make sure that the download was indeed frozen, I cancelled the
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by David L Adams on Tue, Apr 26 2011
  • The Well-Known Un-Known Issue

    I note that the 'Known Issues For Mac' listing in the Beta 3 document contains only the following: Known Issues for Mac Documents Last word in a document title may be cut off in the body of the document, but not on the tab or the title bar. Startup Resource downloads may occur in stages with restarts prompted inbetween each download session. Syntax
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by David L Adams on Tue, Apr 26 2011
  • Re: 4.3 Beta 3 (v4.30.0.0376) available

    My Beta 2 would not download the update (froze at 4%), so I had to download the link manually. Worked fine. Just curious, why was the file that Beta 2 tried to download over 200 MB but the file downloaded by the manual link was only 75.9 MB? Is the compression algorithm used by the .dmg format that much better? –– DLA
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by David L Adams on Tue, Apr 26 2011
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