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  • Re: Plato & Aristotle in Loeb

    I agree Greg - indeed, I'd be willing to pay twice that. My understanding, however slight that is, is that a higher bidding price will scare other potential bidders away. Then again, maybe it's such a narrow market that bidding will have to be higher. Please, anyone with advice chime in. Cheers, ~Butters [quote user="Greg F"] For the Aristotle and Plato
    Posted to Noet: Scholarly Tools by Butters on Sat, Oct 12 2013
  • Re: Plato & Aristotle in Loeb

    [quote user="George Somsel"] Welcome back, Butters. I was beginning to wonder what happened to you. You're the Butters on my bread. [/quote] Hey George! Thanks, I've just been busy. And besides, I'm afraid that being the Butters on your bread means yer gonna eat me up! ~Butters P.S. - love the St. George avatar!
    Posted to Noet: Scholarly Tools by Butters on Fri, Oct 11 2013
  • Re: Plato & Aristotle in Loeb

    Wow, that is simply excellent Mike! I am very, very excited! Blessings be upon ye sir! ~Butters
    Posted to Noet: Scholarly Tools by Butters on Fri, Oct 11 2013
  • Re: Recent Additions to Library

    Thanks! All very helpful answers. Cheers, ~Butters
    Posted to General by Butters on Wed, Oct 9 2013
  • Re: Collections on iPad

    I'm unclear on how one accesses "collections" on the ipad app? Is it possible - given this thread, it sounds as if it is.
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Butters on Wed, Oct 9 2013
  • Recent Additions to Library

    Is there a way to call up the most recent volumes that have been downloaded and added to one's library?
    Posted to General by Butters on Wed, Oct 9 2013
  • Re: OUCH - did it again! Accidental Note deletion. We need a confirmation dialog box.

    I agree JRS. A dialogue box would help - or, perhaps moving that little red button. As I mentioned here: http://community.logos.com/forums/p/75717/530009.aspx#530009 ...it's way too easy to delete a note when one is merely trying to scroll via the side bar. I still don't understand how one is supposed to scroll using the up/down buttons. Can't get it
    Posted to Suggestions by Butters on Mon, Oct 7 2013
  • Re: Notes: deleting & scrolling

    [quote user="Graham Criddle"] [quote user="Butters"]It's a teeny little narrow bar and it doesn't seem - though I may just be missing something - that one can scroll using up/down keys.[/quote] You can scroll within a note using up/down keys You can scroll (at least on Windows) within a notes document using the mouse wheel. Does this help at all? [
    Posted to Logos 5 by Butters on Fri, Sep 27 2013
  • Re: Notes: deleting & scrolling

    [quote user="Rosie Perera"] [quote user="Butters"] It seems odd to me that it's so very easy to delete one's notes - the little red button that appears is awfully easy to hit when one drinks as much as I generally do . Seriously, it's really easy to do and find myself having to "undo" quite a bit. Shouldn't there be a failsafe - like, you have to punch
    Posted to Logos 5 by Butters on Fri, Sep 27 2013
  • Re: Think our forums are contentious

    [quote user="Kent"] [quote user="JPH"] That article was stupid. ;) [/quote] I agree, here is a quote from the article for those who did not actually read it. A politically motivated, decades-long war on expertise has eroded the popular consensus on a wide variety of scientifically validated topics. Everything, from evolution to the origins of climate
    Posted to General by Butters on Thu, Sep 26 2013
  • Notes: deleting & scrolling

    It seems odd to me that it's so very easy to delete one's notes - the little red button that appears is awfully easy to hit when one drinks as much as I generally do. Seriously, it's really easy to do and find myself having to "undo" quite a bit. Shouldn't there be a failsafe - like, you have to punch the red button AND hit control or something? However
    Posted to Logos 5 by Butters on Thu, Sep 26 2013
  • Re: Goodbye, Logos

    Thanks Super Tramp - really appreciate it. ~Butters
    Posted to General by Butters on Wed, Sep 25 2013
  • Re: Goodbye, Logos

    [quote user="Super.Tramp"]There are several Logos resources that address social justice and socialism, if you are interested in Biblical arguments pro and con. [/quote] Actually, Super Tramp I'd be interested in those if you have their titles handy? ~Butters
    Posted to General by Butters on Wed, Sep 25 2013
  • Re: Goodbye, Logos

    I'd be glad to chat with anyone about this off the board; my wife is running a Congressional Campaign at the moment (5th district, a Nanophysicist from Harvard), and one of their themes is the local effects this Bill is having on medical technology innovation. So I'm seeing this Bill from many different angles. Cheer, ~Butters mistermicawber at mac
    Posted to General by Butters on Wed, Sep 25 2013
  • Re: Goodbye, Logos

    I've been an activist for many years against this hyper-partisan, poorly designed and utterly destructive legislation. Please call your Senators today and ask them to oppose Cloture.
    Posted to General by Butters on Wed, Sep 25 2013
  • Suggestion: The Classical Tradition (Harvard University Press Reference Library)

    This is just the sort of thing that would work really well in Logos/Noet, a great reference volume. The Classical Tradition (Harvard University Press Reference Library) http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0674072278/ref=pe_397980_32683280_email_1p_5_ti How do we get from the polis to the police? Or from Odysseus’ sirens to an ambulance’s? The legacy of
    Posted to Noet: Scholarly Tools by Butters on Mon, Sep 23 2013
  • Database of Latin Dictionaries

    I don't know if Logos/Noet can do this sort of thing, but just in case no one has explored this possibility, there exist databases like this: http://www.brepols.net/publishers/pdf/Brepolis_DLD_EN.pdf ....and they might be a very powerful addition to Logos. It might have to work as a subscription service, but if access to the database were achievable
    Posted to Noet: Scholarly Tools by Butters on Sun, Sep 22 2013
  • Re: How to Break a Stubborn Habit

    [quote user="Milford Charles Murray"] Dear Butters! David and Lynden -- who are friends -- both with a long, long record of positive contributions to these forums were just playfully "funning"!!! If you ascribe anything more than that to their motivation, I would surely think that you err. [/quote] Well, think of it Mr. Murray: in that other interminable
    Posted to General by Butters on Tue, Sep 17 2013
  • Re: How to Break a Stubborn Habit

    [quote user="David Ames"] [quote user="Butters"] Mr. Ames said in this thread [/quote] Was I being used as an example or did I say something that upset you? I have said things but I have never meant to intentionally upset anyone. [/quote] Mr. Williams' post is unambiguously ad hominem; if you were not agreeing with him in your post, then I am very sorry
    Posted to General by Butters on Tue, Sep 17 2013
  • Re: How to Break a Stubborn Habit

    Dear Forum Community, Once again, it seems to me that there is an asymmetrical perception regarding the infraction of forum rules. Now, see, if I (or others I won't mention because they prolly don't want t to be associated with me, lol ) were to have said something like what Mr. Williams or Mr. Ames said in this thread, but from a different perspective
    Posted to General by Butters on Tue, Sep 17 2013
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