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  • Re: ANNOUNCEMENT: End of support for Windows 7, Windows 8.1 & MacOS 10.11–10.13

    Thank you, Mark Barnes! And for those who may not know what API stands for, here's what Google provides: An application program interface ( API ) is a set of routines, protocols, and tools for building software applications. Basically, an API specifies how software components should interact. Additionally, APIs are used when programming graphical user
    Posted to General by Paul L. White on Thu, Sep 5 2019
  • Re: ANNOUNCEMENT: End of support for Windows 7, Windows 8.1 & MacOS 10.11–10.13

    I want to thank all who responded to me, and explained so carefully the difference between old-type resources, and those that need the software updates to function. Much appreciated. I think it would help many users to understand this event better if we knew what it is that Windows 10 will allow the new Logos versions to do that Windows 7 cannot allow
    Posted to General by Paul L. White on Wed, Sep 4 2019
  • Re: Windows 10 in 2020...

    Thank you so much, Dave. I appreciate your kindness and expertise. I suspect you'll get busier than who knows what when January of 2020 rolls around!
    Posted to Logos 8 by Paul L. White on Thu, Aug 29 2019
  • Re: ANNOUNCEMENT: End of support for Windows 7, Windows 8.1 & MacOS 10.11–10.13

    PetahChristian, Bradley, and Mark: thank you all so very much for your comments, empathy, and clarifying information! Your kindness and expertise are, in my mind, evidences of your genuine love for God, and what He is doing through this software. Blessings. What I'm learning from you is that Logos documents (called "books" on your website) are not just
    Posted to General by Paul L. White on Thu, Aug 29 2019
  • Re: Windows 10 in 2020...

    Okay, Jan, thanks. What I was fishing for was whether or not we have to delete everything by hand before installing Windows 10. What I understand you to say is that there is an option to do that for you during the Install process, just be sure not to select it, if that's not what you want. I am hoping that if "leaving the programs in place" option causes
    Posted to Logos 8 by Paul L. White on Wed, Aug 28 2019
  • Re: Windows 10 in 2020...

    Thank you, Graham. Saved the link. Appreciate your other note as well. Salute!
    Posted to Logos 8 by Paul L. White on Wed, Aug 28 2019
  • Re: ANNOUNCEMENT: End of support for Windows 7, Windows 8.1 & MacOS 10.11–10.13

    I would like to ask if there is any way Logos could set up two different download types by 8.11? One would be a data only , and the other would be program upgrade? Or updated software data type? That way, people who have older computers, and older versions of the software on those computers, can still buy new books,, and use them on their machine(s
    Posted to General by Paul L. White on Wed, Aug 28 2019
  • Re: Windows 10 in 2020...

    Dave, Arrgh! :-) I just finished finding a way to get the product key with a vbs script I copied and pasted into notepad, and saved as a .vbs file. So I will be sure and print those out before I start with Windows 10 install. I was thinking I would go ahead and *try* to install Windows 10 over the Win 7, and let it keep the programs, just to see what
    Posted to Logos 8 by Paul L. White on Wed, Aug 28 2019
  • Re: Windows 10 in 2020...

    Bill Anderson, Thank you so much. And man do I wish I had heard from you back in April! :-) The phrase "it's legal and legit" is what I couldn't get from my Googled sources. I kept reading "I'm not a lawyer, but...." and then "you can download." So, since I want this for purposes of personal and, I hope, once-again, church ministry, I thought I'd better
    Posted to Logos 8 by Paul L. White on Tue, Aug 27 2019
  • Re: Windows 10 in 2020...

    Larry Craig: PS Either choice you make, you install *over* Windows 7. When I first started in the computer industry (30 years ago), it was recommended that you do as you suggest, and start with a clean hard drive. My guess is that, in recent years, Windows has significantly improved its upgrade process. That's my hope, anyway. But your idea used to
    Posted to Logos 8 by Paul L. White on Tue, Aug 27 2019
  • Re: Windows 10 in 2020...

    Larry Craig: The instructions that come with the software say that you can install with a choice: leave the programs on it, leaving the programs in place, or install removing the programs, which means you'd have to reinstall them. I am planning to leave the programs in place when I upgrade mine (purchased a Windows 10 on USB). And, from the comments
    Posted to Logos 8 by Paul L. White on Tue, Aug 27 2019
  • Re: Software won't sign in...

    Thank you, Mr. McCune, I turned off my modem (don't have Airplane mode on my PC), and after having to put my computer to sleep and wake it back up so it would see the the Internet connection was gone, tried Logos, and it went immediately to Offline use, with my Default Desktop showing (I named it that). So that was good. My Windows 7 didn't work the
    Posted to Logos 8 by Paul L. White on Tue, Jul 9 2019
  • Re: Software won't sign in...

    Ah! The trick is to hold the Cmd/Ctrl key down *after* you click on the icon. It used to be *before* you do so, and that's what I was doing. Just now tried using your instructions, and it worked like a charm. And it did open to a blank layout. But the software works now. I would upload Log files, but I can't find them in the new location. I am presuming
    Posted to Logos 8 by Paul L. White on Tue, Jul 9 2019
  • Re: Software won't sign in...

    Now, as of 11:37pm Texas time, the software opened. I am hoping the staff knows what took place. Thank you for your time. Paul
    Posted to Logos 8 by Paul L. White on Mon, Jul 8 2019
  • Re: Software won't sign in...

    Okay, I rebooted my computer, and my AVG anti-virus software had updated, apparently. But I still can't log into my software. I tried control when clicking the icon, shift while doing so, no way to get in. I think this is a great fear for many of us who have been investing for decades, that one day the software would work no longer. I do hope the designers
    Posted to Logos 8 by Paul L. White on Mon, Jul 8 2019
  • Software won't sign in...

    Howdy, I have Logos 8.5, and have had it since it first appeared. It is 10:56pm in Texas, and when I open the software, it doesn't recognize my password. It asks me to sign in, knows my Email address, but when I type my password it won't open. Nor is there a chance to work offline. I can log into the website with my account and password, just not into
    Posted to Logos 8 by Paul L. White on Mon, Jul 8 2019
  • Re: Windows 10 in 2020...

    Dave Hooten: I am talking about what I will do in 2020 on my machines that still have Windows 7. Since I'm on fixed income, I'm thinking my solution at that time will be to buy a refurbished computer with Windows 10 already on it. That way I can keep using my older equipment. But even if I bought a version of Windows 10 Pro, and put it on my current
    Posted to Logos 8 by Paul L. White on Mon, Apr 29 2019
  • Re: Windows 10 in 2020...

    Thank you, Kevin. Right now I only have my main PC and a laptop. So I simply go through the normal update procedure with both instances of the software. From reading the instructions, and focusing on Method 1, the only concern I would have is when we order, let's say, one book. Then we'd have to back up and copy the entire library each time, or so it
    Posted to Logos 8 by Paul L. White on Mon, Apr 29 2019
  • Re: Update Resources Option Removed...

    Thank you so much, Andrew. Sounds like y'all are way ahead of me! Blessings as you continue to tweak this magnificent software. I'm fairly certain that some people complained about always having that notice to download, even if only in a pending state. And then here I come with my own concerns, so you're getting it from both sides. Thank you for your
    Posted to Logos 8 by Paul L. White on Mon, Apr 29 2019
  • Windows 10 in 2020...

    For those of us with Windows 7 on our machines, the requirement for Windows 10 starting January of 2020 brings something of a dilemma. We are going to have to either purchase that OS and install it on each of our current computers, or simply buy another one with Windows 10 already on it. My question is: will there be an option for downloading resources
    Posted to Logos 8 by Paul L. White on Mon, Apr 29 2019
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