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  • control over text justification ?

    One "improvement" on the L4 iPhone app was text justification being turned on for downloaded books (and turned off for non-downloaded books). I find text justification to be very ugly and difficult to read -- I have requested the ability to turn it OFF. I hope this new app has more control and that control will be ported over to the L4 app.
    Posted to Vyrso: Christian Ebooks by Ken F Hill on Sat, May 28 2011
  • Re: Google Chromebooks & Logos

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    Posted to Biblia.com by Ken F Hill on Sat, May 21 2011
  • Re: Word study template plus various inductive Bible study formats ...

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"]I've downloaded it and opened it in freemind - but could only see the root entry[/quote] I downloaded freeMind and brought it in with no problem. I then saved a version at put it at: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/665245/MJ%20Smith%20study%20templates_.mm I'm kind of new to dropbox, so maybe the first link wasn't quite right and this
    Posted to Files by Ken F Hill on Wed, May 18 2011
  • Re: Word study template plus various inductive Bible study formats ...

    I like your templates. However, I prefer freeplane mind maps to traditional documents. So I converted your templates to .mm format. https://docs.google.com/leaf?id=0B3--lXrklLNvZmIyZGUyMDktZTRjMy00YTgwLTliOTMtYzdkMzc4NWNlZjE2&sort=name&layout=list&num=50 (I hope it is accessible. I tried making it completely public) freeplane can be downloaded at http
    Posted to Files by Ken F Hill on Mon, May 16 2011
  • Re: How will Logos handle the complete ISV for L4?

    [quote user="Stephen Smith"]the edition on Pre-Pub is best suited for customers who don't yet have the NT(-only) edition.[/quote] Sorry, but I'm still not sure what this means. I have the ISV NT. I also signed on the pre-pub. Should I cancel that? Will I get a free update to the ISV complete?
    Posted to Logos 4 by Ken F Hill on Fri, Apr 29 2011
  • Re: Zondervan Dictionary of Bible Themes -- no typo reporting

    [quote user="Melissa Snyder"]The "Report Typo" feature is available for me when I right-click on that reference in 4.3 B3. Is "Use Internet" set to "Yes" in Program Settings?[/quote] Normally I turn off "use internet" but I turned it on to "update now". When I re-launched L4, the report typo now displays. I guess the operative word here must be "re
    Posted to Logos 4 by Ken F Hill on Tue, Apr 26 2011
  • Zondervan Dictionary of Bible Themes -- no typo reporting

    I was in 5688 firstborn > The death of the firstborn a great tragedy ( logosres:dicbblthemes;hw=firstborn) and hovered over Ps 78.51. The popup showed that verse and the previous 3 verses. When I clicked on the link to Ps 78.51, Logos took me to Numbers 33.4, the first of the verses in the popup. I highlighted the link and right-clicked, expecting to
    Posted to Logos 4 by Ken F Hill on Tue, Apr 26 2011
  • Re: BUG ? display problem

    [quote user="Melissa Snyder"]Is this a laptop screen? Are you also connected to an external monitor?[/quote] I have both the laptop screen and a 20" external monitor. It behaves the same on both.
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Ken F Hill on Mon, Apr 11 2011
  • Re: BUG ? display problem

    [quote user="Melissa Snyder"] What adapter is on your Windows 7 system?[/quote] When I go to device manager, here is what it says for my display adapter: Mobile Intel(R) 4 series express chipset family. Is that what you want? Can you point me elsewhere to investigate further?
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Ken F Hill on Mon, Apr 11 2011
  • Re: BUG ? display problem

    [quote user="Melissa Snyder"]I don't see any change in Windows when Justification is turned off[/quote] This is a comparison of justification off vs. on here, using windows 7 home premium x64. Note also a second problem in the same section ("see Gen.") -- it is scrunched together just like "a town". [EDIT] I am finding the same problems if I switch
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Ken F Hill on Mon, Apr 11 2011
  • BUG ? display problem

    In Gensenius' Hebrew-Chaldee Lexicon to the Old Testament @ סֻכּוֹת (“booths”), [Succoth] -- page 585 it includes these words: "of a town in the tribe of Gad." But on my screen "a town" looks like "atown". I have justification turned off and I am using the default font (see below). I reported a typo and noticed it was two words. I am logging this here
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Ken F Hill on Sat, Apr 9 2011
  • Re: Introducing Logos for iOS 1.7

    [quote user="Thomas Black"]I don't believe the blog post is misleading in any way[/quote] "This release of the app uses the new hyphenation and justification feature of the Logos display engine. It looks beautiful and makes for a better reading experience. " This implies the ability to toggle justification on/off. And, more subjectively, instead of
    Posted to Logos Blog by Ken F Hill on Mon, Apr 4 2011
  • Re: Introducing Logos for iOS 1.7

    [quote user="Thomas Black"]The Android version is on the way: http://logos.com/android [/quote] I notice the picture shows non-justified text. I wonder if that is as misleading as the blog post that started this thread.
    Posted to Logos Blog by Ken F Hill on Sun, Apr 3 2011
  • Re: New Reasons to Download the Free Logos App

    Any way to turn off the hideous justification? The blog made it sound like it was the same feature as in Logos 4. But there you can toggle on/off. Justification No, it’s not the kind Paul writes of. I’m talking about fully-justified text. This release of the app uses the new hyphenation and justification feature of the Logos display engine. It looks
    Posted to Logos Blog by Ken F Hill on Fri, Apr 1 2011
  • Re: Logos for iOS 1.7.0 Release Notes

    [quote user="Dave Dunkin"]Justified text with hyphenation for downloaded books[/quote] It went from non-justified text (which I like) to justified text (which I hate with a passion). Is there an option to turn off this terrible "improvement"? Please! Please! Please! Please! Please!
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Ken F Hill on Fri, Apr 1 2011
  • Re: NLT em dash > vertical height

    [quote user="Thomas Black"]what are your fonts set to? (Specifically the default font)[/quote] 120 %
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Ken F Hill on Tue, Mar 29 2011
  • Re: NLT em dash > vertical height

    It is a different height than a dash (see "Lebo-hamath" below). That is where the em dash should be.
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Ken F Hill on Tue, Mar 29 2011
  • NLT em dash > vertical height

    I opened the NLT in a floating window, maximized it, turned on 3 columns, and increased the font size a couple of notches so my tired eyes could read it tonight. I have justification turned off and am using the default font. Below is an image of Lk 2:11-13. The em dashes seem distractingly high relative to the text. Using 4.3 beta 1 (4.30.0.0133)
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Ken F Hill on Mon, Mar 28 2011
  • BUG : NLT > word wrap @ Luke 2:23

    Below is an image I captured this morning -- end of line 2. "L" is at end of line 2; "ORD" is at beginning of line 3. I am using 4.3 Beta 1 (4.30.0.0133).
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Ken F Hill on Sat, Mar 26 2011
  • Re: Open office

    [quote user="William Bingham"]printed 33 of them but can't go to next page[/quote] This is a fairly old thread, so you may have found a solution. If not, and you don't mind trying and learning another free program (which has many uses), you might try the desktop publishing program Serif PagePlus SE. You can layout text frames where you want and then
    Posted to General by Ken F Hill on Sat, Mar 19 2011
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