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  • Re: Commentary Example for PB

    The only reason I was wondering how to accomplish 'topic tagging' was because I have an existing python-based tool which did this for the original PBB and I was looking into what it would take to adapt it for use with the new PB tool. Turns out the way it tags now works fine for Bible addresses (references) but the topical tagging which was part of
    Posted to Files by Tony Garland on Wed, Aug 31 2011
  • Re: Commentary Example for PB

    Does anyone know what the appropriate tagging format is for tagging a topic so that it opens your preferred Bible dictionary at the topic (which would be a headword in the dictionary)? I've tried: [[King David|topic.David]] and [[King David >> Headword:David]] The former follows the old PBB format and doesn't get recognized, the latter appears to link
    Posted to Files by Tony Garland on Tue, Aug 30 2011
  • Re: Offline Resource: Unable to download resource LLS:40.170.11

    [quote user="Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :)"]Also experienced error message - noticed WiFi connection had disappeared [/quote] To clarify: in my case the wireless connection was operating just fine. I could download other journals, but returning to the specific journals that would not download trigger a repeat of the same error message. I tried restarting
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Tony Garland on Sun, Dec 26 2010
  • Re: Offline Resource: Unable to download resource LLS:40.170.11

    I'm also seeing this error with several individual issues of different theological journals.
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Tony Garland on Sun, Dec 26 2010
  • Re: Page Numbering in iPhone/iPad App

    [quote user="Dave Dunkin"]Some books have page milestones and in those books you can navigate by page. In the reference box type "p52" to go to page 52.[/quote] Is the "reference box" in the iPhone/iPad application the box that appears to the left of the [Contents] and [Favorites] buttons when you tap on the middle of the screen in reading mode? (The
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Tony Garland on Thu, Dec 16 2010
  • Re: Note Taking Feature?

    Being able to copy-n-paste is critical as a first step - to paste into email, Evernote, etc. There are many excellent books that have fairly specialized content or use original languages in such a way that they are just not available in any other digital format. This means, that Logos becomes a defacto "ebook reader" for those of us who want to read
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Tony Garland on Fri, Nov 19 2010
  • Re: Note Taking Feature?

    What I'm looking for is the ability to select a span of text and copy it to the clipboard (to insert in email or other documents) -- not just a way to add notes to the existing text. At present, I can "swipe up" on a page and add the page to my favorites to place a bookmark, but if you are someone who cuts-n-pastes snippets from must about everything
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Tony Garland on Sat, Oct 23 2010
  • Re: Remembering Location Offline

    In the case of the iPad, it doesn't even remember what book was open. Or at least it always opens at the home screen (reading plans, news). I'm assuming this is a separate issue (since it acts differently than on the iPhone) and that eventually on the iPad we'll have a way to change this. Since these devices have somewhat limited display area and one
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Tony Garland on Wed, May 12 2010
  • Re: iPad without Internet

    [quote user="Bohuslav Wojnar"] You are right the footnotes are not available in the offline mode but Bible cross-references are. At least it works for me as I read a book offline. When I click the reference it shows the Bible text i the bubble and offers also link to go to the Bible to see the context of the reference. Of course I have my preferred
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Tony Garland on Wed, May 12 2010
  • Re: iPad without Internet

    [quote] There are some requirements in the App Store approval process that requires the app to look for the network rather than open as you're suggesting. It's actually a pretty fast process if done according to the template Apple provides. What are you experiencing? For me, when I'm offline, I don't notice it in terms of start-up time. In fact, I seldom
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Tony Garland on Wed, May 12 2010
  • Re: iPad without Internet

    Something else to be aware of in the present implementation of offline reading: the footnotes and cross-references (typically marked by superscript letters and numbers) in Bible texts are "not available" when offline. The one's I've tested include the NKJV, NASB, and ESV. Don't know if or when that will be addressed. I hope it will be since I make heavy
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Tony Garland on Tue, May 11 2010
  • Re: Web links disabled in Revelation Commentary

    [quote user="Dave Dunkin"] This is a known issue that is on our task list. It will be fixed in a future version of the app. [/quote] That's great to hear. Thanks for the information. BTW, I'm very excited by what you guys are doing with Logos on the iPhone/iPod/iPad platforms! Especially the offline book access.
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Tony Garland on Mon, May 10 2010
  • Re: Revelation Commentaries

    Hi Jerry, Thanks for making me aware of this guideline as I was not previously aware of this. (With so much being posted on the forums, it isn't always easy to know all the caveats.) Perhaps it won't be a big issue though in this case because of the close relationship Galaxie has with Logos. (The other links were to free versions of the material--or
    Posted to General by Tony Garland on Sun, May 9 2010
  • Re: Revelation Commentaries

    My understanding of this thread was that it was about pointing to resources on the Book of Revelation--not a place to debate the various merits of alternative views. It was with this in mind that I mentioned my commentary--not to spark a debate about the merits of various views. However, I would like to clarify a couple of comments that are potentially
    Posted to General by Tony Garland on Sun, May 9 2010
  • Web links disabled in Revelation Commentary

    I recently accessed my revelation commentary, "A Testimony of Jesus Christ" using the iPhone version of Logos (using an iPod Touch). I was surprised to see that links within the text to various websites which are fully functional within Logos 4 seem to be disabled? For example, the bibliography provides links to look up all the books mentioned therein
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Tony Garland on Sat, May 8 2010
  • Re: Revelation Commentaries

    Speaking of Fruchtenbaum's "Footsteps of the Messiah," another Revelation commentary which draws upon his work which I don't believe I've seen mentioned--is "A Testimony of Jesus Christ" by myself It isn't available directly on the Logos site (for some unknown reason), but can be had in Logos format within a collection of Revelation Commentaries by
    Posted to General by Tony Garland on Sat, May 8 2010
  • Re: Is it me, or does the indexer have a lower CPU priority now?

    [quote user="George Allakhverdyan"]it would be cool if the indexer knew when you weren't using your cpu intensively and when you were and react to it appropriately instead of having a static wait 4 hours option.[/quote] Yep - that would be great. The standard control panel "scheduled tasks" have a tab which is similar and includes checkboxes for: [x
    Posted to Logos 4 by Tony Garland on Thu, Dec 31 2009
  • Re: Is it me, or does the indexer have a lower CPU priority now?

    [quote user="George Allakhverdyan"]This process has been optimized dramatically over the past releases and will continue to improve. It may be inconvenient that the machine slows down during this but it is the small price to pay for lightning quick searches afterward. The indexing process requires a lot of cpu - thus it is recommended to index when
    Posted to Logos 4 by Tony Garland on Thu, Dec 31 2009
  • Re: Is it me, or does the indexer have a lower CPU priority now?

    To clarify: my understanding of the thread priority is that it is relative to the containing process priority. ". . . threads running in [non-realtime] priority classes are variable, meaning that the thread's priority can change while the thread is running. For threads in the Normal or High priority classes (priorities 1 through 15), the thread's priority
    Posted to Logos 4 by Tony Garland on Thu, Dec 31 2009
  • Re: Is it me, or does the indexer have a lower CPU priority now?

    [quote user="Bradley Grainger"]The Process priority is Normal, but all indexing threads already run at the "ThreadPriority.Lowest" priority level.[/quote] Thanks for the clarification Bradley. I still think it would be nice to be able to demote the indexer process priority because a person is almost never using Logos 4 in isolation, but often ALT-TABing
    Posted to Logos 4 by Tony Garland on Thu, Dec 31 2009
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