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  • Re: Logos Pro Training Page

    Thanks! I will find it fascinating to test which of my tools (many of them comparatively old and whether they are about as good as it gets considering I tried to add what might afford at this point) can be used. As I need to decide what to keep regarding a couple of recent smaller purchases the first thing I'll do is to keep an eye for and research
    Posted to General by Unix on Wed, Aug 5 2015
  • Re: Has Anyone Tried Using 128Gb SD Card as SSD? Could Logos Be Installed On It?

    Frank , the AMD CPU You have is decent. The software, Logos, basically won't start in less than about 8½ seconds with a complex study-layout and lots and lots of settings even on any high-end Windows system costing above $3,000 used:[quote user="Frank Sauer"]Update: Just surprised myself... I opened 30 resources and 8 guides/tools and was within a second
    Posted to Logos 5 by Unix on Thu, May 28 2015
  • Re: Laptop & Desktop

    One of my computers is similar but with worse CPU, it has a hybrid drive. If You want to get away as cheap as possible I'd recommend a hybrid drive with 16 GB SSD part although it won't be much cheaper than upgrading to an SSD. But with the hybrid drive I experience a significant increase in performance, although with the amount of books You have You
    Posted to Logos 6 by Unix on Thu, May 28 2015
  • [SOLVED] after download w/ "update resources" Noet 6.0b won't start preparing library

    I can't update the software to 6.3 SR-1 right now. (Reason: https://community.logos.com/forums/p/105483/729981.aspx#729981 ) EDIT 1:59 AM local time (4:49 PM PST): I DECIDED TO REBOOT ALSO BECAUSE OF WINDOWS UPDATE - NOW THE BOOKS HAVE BEEN ADDED!! :) Peculiarity: "Preparing library" -screen didn't show up even so books were added after reboot and starting
    Posted to Noet: Scholarly Tools by Unix on Tue, May 26 2015
  • [resolved] update Noet 6.0b SR-2 to 6.3 SR-1 without loosing L6.2?

    On the same machine I have both Logos 6.2 and Noet 6.0b SR-2. What happens if I first update the Noet software? Just updating the resources with the Update resources -command went well earlier today. Hardware&OS: HP Pavilion I don't know how old exactly but probably 5 years, Win 8.1 64-bit, 2 GB RAM DDR3, i7 quad-core (1st or 2nd generation), '14 SSD
    Posted to Logos 6 by Unix on Tue, May 26 2015
  • Re: Göttingen Septuagint - Updates

    The update will likely never ship in Logos. I went with Accordance. The new Edition is extremely expensive - which shows a lot of valuable work went into it - the publisher has to profit for several years while it's new.
    Posted to General by Unix on Tue, May 26 2015
  • Re: Do you want every ebook in the world in Logos?

    To briefly continue the discussions that perhaps might be going on or might be abandoned on page 14 and partially to add one new idea I'm posting. Like MJ. said which I quote in context as well: "The purpose of education, any education, is to provide you with tools to think about, to question intelligently and to apply a particular subject. If also
    Posted to General by Unix on Sun, May 24 2015
  • Re: Do you want every ebook in the world in Logos?

    They have and I know enough to say that the average search causes extreme load: EDIT more or less people basically search from January 1. 1980 in the entire world and onwards except that Google has been forced to optimize to give results more efficiently than that to the thousands of the most frequent answers. Unless I'm completely misinformed, besides
    Posted to General by Unix on Sun, May 24 2015
  • Re: Do you want every ebook in the world in Logos?

    As have I:[quote user="JAL"]I have read this as an account of how Abraham came to accept the righteousness of God in an immense and terrible circumstance:[quote user="Super.Tramp"]When Abraham negotiated[/quote][/quote]
    Posted to General by Unix on Sun, May 24 2015
  • Re: Theology Cross Reference Dataset?

    There was some post where FL said this kind of dataset will make it into the next version of Logos: at this stage version 7 would be the one - then it will be included for everyone free of charge with Feature Crossgrade or a base-package upgrade (Silver level of any kind or Verbum Scripture Study may be required). New major versions come out every two
    Posted to General by Unix on Sat, May 23 2015
  • Re: Do you want every ebook in the world in Logos?

    That illustrates it very well! (I already specified in one of my previous posts (I've been posting on pages 5, 10, 13, 14) that I'm against a separate storefront):[quote user="John Goodman"]Maybe they could call the store alllife.com, fallenlife.com or perhaps better - reallife.com?[/quote]
    Posted to General by Unix on Sat, May 23 2015
  • Re: Theology Cross Reference Dataset?

    No:[quote user="Paul Meathrel"]So will this charge make it's way into the desktop app eventually?[/quote]
    Posted to General by Unix on Sat, May 23 2015
  • Re: Do you want every ebook in the world in Logos?

    I barely use search engines, also in order to not to cause unnecessary load on them. I've been prepping to be without internet soon. I have a data cap in the broadband. I can't afford internet I don't pay anything at all for my internet connection. I have barely used social media at all. It's unclear to me how others afford internet all their life?
    Posted to General by Unix on Sat, May 23 2015
  • Re: Do you want every ebook in the world in Logos?

    Thanks, Martha , for responding and guiding me! I did say it was my humble opinion. What I was saying was what I think is or should be happening when starting out. When progressing, what You said should happen, also provided that one has an even intelligence. I'm not sure my intelligence is that even and combined with that I think about what I'm interested
    Posted to General by Unix on Sat, May 23 2015
  • Re: Do you want every ebook in the world in Logos?

    I hope Bob is still following this thread although it doesn't seem like he's going to respond more times in this particular thread but I'd be happy to get surprised. IMHO, the one biggest purpose (and it may even be enough if it's the only purpose) to take theology classes (such as semesters in uni seminary) and to research, is to clear misconceptions
    Posted to General by Unix on Fri, May 22 2015
  • Re: Do you want every ebook in the world in Logos?

    JRS , I understand very well what You are saying here, and if there were no standards to be found regarding what should be excluded I would perhaps agree with You, but there are, as has been specified by MJ. Smith : whom I cite further below:[quote user="JRS"]IMO I think FL should either offer 100% of the material (without any pricing gimmicks on the
    Posted to General by Unix on Thu, May 21 2015
  • Re: Do you want every ebook in the world in Logos?

    Robert Alter is the one author I miss, I can't remember by heart any other must-have author. I would like to have books of poetry edited by Alter as well, such as anthologies (and I'm not a big fan of fiction, I've read little fiction, but Haim Nahman Bialik's Old Testament -sounding desert and battlefield poetry was such an experience I got interested
    Posted to General by Unix on Wed, May 20 2015
  • Re: Do you want every ebook in the world in Logos?

    Like I expressed in my first post in this thread where I explained exactly what I was thinking (it's on page 5), it's crucial to be very selective about what publishers to accept into the Faithlife ecosystem. I try to boycot publishers and stores that I dislike, to as great extent as possible, such as Amazon, Zondervan, Harper & Row to name the most
    Posted to General by Unix on Wed, May 20 2015
  • Re: Do you want every ebook in the world in Logos?

    IMO, there isn't a Christian ethics, as few Christians are for non-resistance and against killing anything else than harmful animals. We can always organize our libraries, and that is recommended once You have more than 50 cherry-picked books from many different sets or not from sets or a few hundred books in Your personal Faithlife library. But considering
    Posted to General by Unix on Tue, May 19 2015
  • Re: T&T Clark Bible Guides

    Alternatively, what I saw may have as well have been: Horrell, David G. (2008). 1 Peter (New Testament Guides). Continuum International Publishing Group Ltd., which Faithlife doesn't carry: [quote user="Unix"]The most probable volume would have been James by John S. Kloppenborg (available in hardback) - if so (if it was that one I saw) some time during
    Posted to General by Unix on Sat, May 9 2015
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