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  • Re: Writing Sermons

    I was saving my map when I realized I had a node out of place - just drag and drop. Maps are very easy to edit (which if find to be difficult in a word processor). I also added a connector line, another mindmap device that is useful to note relationships.
    Posted to General by Ken F Hill on Mon, Feb 22 2016
  • Re: Writing Sermons

    Using the screenshot earlier in the thread, I put together a mindmap in Freeplane (free, open source, multi-platform, fast, easy, powerful). I like the way you can use the hierarchy of nodes, colors, icons, boundaries, etc to highlight and show relationships. I get lost of text-heavy, linear notes. Mindmaps are famous for encouraging keywords instead
    Posted to General by Ken F Hill on Mon, Feb 22 2016
  • zoom with ctrl-+/- on number pad instead of top-row of keyboard ?

    I would like to zoom using ctrl and the +/- keys on the number pad. As it is, I can only zoom with ctrl and the +/- keys on the keyboard's top row. Is there any way to do this? In every other windows program I use zooming always uses the number pad. These keys are much easier to find. Every time I have to use the top row. It's not a big problem, but
    Posted to Logos 6 by Ken F Hill on Tue, Jan 5 2016
  • Re: Arcing

    A quick update on using open source Freeplane. Here are 2 tweaked versions of the original mindmap arc sample. One has the arc documentation on the left, the other on the right. If the image is not attached to this post, it can be found at https://www.dropbox.com/s/ou6418wgj0htmxj/Bible%20arc%20sample%20_%201%20Tim%206.1-2.bmp?dl=0 [quote user="Ken
    Posted to Logos 4 by Ken F Hill on Sat, Dec 26 2015
  • Re: Arcing

    A quick update on using open source Freeplane. Here are 2 tweaked versions of the original mindmap arc sample. One has the arc documentation on the left, the other on the right. If the image is not attached to this post, it can be found at https://www.dropbox.com/s/ou6418wgj0htmxj/Bible%20arc%20sample%20_%201%20Tim%206.1-2.bmp?dl=0 [quote user="Ken
    Posted to Logos 4 by Ken F Hill on Sat, Dec 26 2015
  • Re: font used in visual copy

    [quote user="Bradley Grainger (Faithlife)"] [quote user="Ken F Hill"] It looks to me like all the slide types use the same font.[/quote] They don't, but the one you posted a picture of looks like it's using Museo Sans. The creators of the font have made one weight available for free download here (if you'd like to use it in your own documents): http
    Posted to Logos 6 by Ken F Hill on Fri, Sep 11 2015
  • Re: font used in visual copy

    [quote user="alabama24"] I should have realized... Skolar Sans. [/quote] Your screenshot looks like examples of skolar sans I found online (eg, the "g" extender). But mine does not seem to be the same font. Is this controlled somewhere else in Logos?
    Posted to Logos 6 by Ken F Hill on Fri, Sep 11 2015
  • Re: font used in visual copy

    [quote user="alabama24"] Visual Copy is running slow for me right now, but I can confirm that at least two typefaces are used. Can you post a screen shot & list the style chosen?[/quote] I'm not sure what you mean by "style chosen" unless that is what shows up in the screenshot below. It looks to me like all the slide types use the same font. I like
    Posted to Logos 6 by Ken F Hill on Fri, Sep 11 2015
  • font used in visual copy

    Does anyone know what font is used for visual copy slides ?
    Posted to Logos 6 by Ken F Hill on Fri, Sep 11 2015
  • Re: SUGGESTION: Bible outline browser . (1) export , (2) collapse/expand all , (3) scrolling

    [quote user="Ken F Hill"] [quote user="Ken F Hill"]3. I find scrolling pretty cumbersome. So far all I can do is drag the skinny scroll "handle" on the right. It would be lots better if I could use the mouse wheel and pgUp/pgDn.[/quote] This also is an issue in Biblical event navigator. [/quote] Also an issue in "Israelite Feasts and Sacrifices" interactive
    Posted to Logos 6 by Ken F Hill on Thu, Sep 10 2015
  • Re: SUGGESTION: Bible outline browser . (1) export , (2) collapse/expand all , (3) scrolling

    [quote user="Ken F Hill"]3. I find scrolling pretty cumbersome. So far all I can do is drag the skinny scroll "handle" on the right. It would be lots better if I could use the mouse wheel and pgUp/pgDn.[/quote] This also is an issue in Biblical event navigator.
    Posted to Logos 6 by Ken F Hill on Tue, Sep 8 2015
  • SUGGESTION: Bible outline browser . (1) export , (2) collapse/expand all , (3) scrolling

    1. I'd like to be able to export the outline in read mode. I'd like it to retain the outline structure for importing into a mind map in freeplane. I can select all, then ctrl-c to copy -- but it all comes in at the same level, regarless of how much of the outline I have expanded. 2. I'd like to be able to expand/collapse parts of the outline more easily
    Posted to Logos 6 by Ken F Hill on Tue, Sep 8 2015
  • Re: Suggested improvement for Bible Outline Browser

    Although all my resources seem to fit on a screen, I agree this is a good suggestion.
    Posted to Logos Now by Ken F Hill on Tue, Sep 8 2015
  • Re: Is anyone familiar with the "Decker Grid System"

    [quote user="Pastor James"] 2. If you use or have used the Decker Grid System that the book promotes, what is your opinion? 3. If you use the Decker Grid System have you found a computerized method of doing the sticky note part of the system (I'm at a point that I cannot see ever going back to a manual pen and paper method of sermon prep. [/quote] I
    Posted to General by Ken F Hill on Mon, Aug 31 2015
  • Re: columns in ISV continuously revert to "auto"

    [quote user="tommyball1"] Hi Ken, I'm emailing you about this. [/quote] I got your e-mail but I could not reply -- it kept bouncing back to me. Thanks for getting back on this. It is only ISV I am having the issue with. Lately it is behaving better although to really insure it works right I often have to load my default layout immediately upon launching
    Posted to Logos 6 by Ken F Hill on Tue, Mar 24 2015
  • Re: columns in ISV continuously revert to "auto"

    [quote user="tommyball1"] Is the book a part of a layout you've saved that the program is opening to? If this is the case then it's likely the layout is trumping your local panel setting change. After changing the setting you want to go into your layouts menu, right-click the layout you're using and update it to the current snapshot (so long as the
    Posted to Logos 6 by Ken F Hill on Thu, Mar 19 2015
  • Re: columns in ISV continuously revert to "auto"

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] The simple way is to begin your post with the word Bug. Want it done? [/quote] Yes but I cannot edit the original post now.
    Posted to Logos 6 by Ken F Hill on Thu, Mar 19 2015
  • Re: columns in ISV continuously revert to "auto"

    Sounds too complicated. Maybe I'll just live with it as is.
    Posted to Logos 6 by Ken F Hill on Wed, Mar 18 2015
  • Re: columns in ISV continuously revert to "auto"

    I am still having this problem whenever I relaunch Logos 6. Is there an official bug-logging forum or page where I can report this?
    Posted to Logos 6 by Ken F Hill on Wed, Mar 18 2015
  • Re: columns in ISV continuously revert to "auto"

    [quote user="alabama24"]What happens if you create a new layout? Does the issue persist?[/quote] I closed all my resources and opened the ISV. It opened with columns set to "auto" which I changed to "none". I saved that, with only the ISV open, as a new layout. Then immediately opened the new layout. ISV had columns set to "auto."
    Posted to Logos 6 by Ken F Hill on Tue, Mar 3 2015
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