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  • 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
  • Update Resources Option Removed...

    Howdy from Texas! With version 8.4, I notice that that the download resources function has changed. If you buy even a small package, the new resources stay in the cloud, unless you choose the option of downloading resources as soon as the program is opened. It used to be that Logos would tell you how many mb of resources were waiting to be downloaded
    Posted to Logos 8 by Paul L. White on Mon, Apr 29 2019
  • Re: Free Grace Theology

    Miss Susan, The simplest way I know to describe "Free Grace" is the saying: "faith alone in Christ alone." In other words, "not of works lest any man [person] should boast." As opposed to, as mentioned above, "if He's not Lord of all, He's not Lord at all." In other words, God saved us, and all we have to do is believe it, and it is ours. Receive it
    Posted to General by Paul L. White on Thu, Apr 4 2019
  • Re: Free Grace Theology

    Just wanted to thank everyone for the hard work you've put into this project. Thanks to Coty's advice, I was able to open my Logos software, and thanks to the links provided, find both the Docs lists and the Reader's List in my software. It looks like I'm missing quite a few from my library...Grrrr...but I do have a couple. Can't imagine how much time
    Posted to General by Paul L. White on Tue, Apr 2 2019
  • Re: Free Grace Theology

    Thanks, Coty, that's a good idea! Paul
    Posted to General by Paul L. White on Tue, Apr 2 2019
  • Re: Free Grace Theology

    John, When I try to get it, and click on "Details," it says your file(s) are listed as "private." Can you find a way to change the listing to "public?" Thank you so much. Paul
    Posted to General by Paul L. White on Tue, Apr 2 2019
  • Re: Free Grace Theology

    I think one of the challenges, for Faithlife Corp., would be to assign someone to oversee the selection, and make sure the volumes included qualify as "Free Grace." Since this is a relatively new movement, there is a danger of causing dissension over which books ought to be included, and which ones ought to be excluded. Normally, and traditionally,
    Posted to General by Paul L. White on Mon, Apr 1 2019
  • Re: Thumbs Up, Faithlife! Updated Resources list

    David, I was going to make a post on this, but you beat me to it. Not only is it fantastic to see the "resources updated" feature back, but it's also amazing *the way* that Logos structures it. For the books you can click on the link, and go right to them. And the layout is so professional looking, and you can click somewhere, and they go on one of
    Posted to Logos 8 by Paul L. White on Tue, Mar 5 2019
  • Re: Monthly free resources...

    Wow, SineNomine, you're in the same boat I'm in, then, just the Verbum version and libraries instead of the Logos ones. Well, glad you received the Logos freebie, then. Blessings to you as well.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Paul L. White on Fri, Mar 1 2019
  • Re: Monthly free resources...

    Very good point, JT. What I was thinking was that it's a pretty good assumption that the bulk of Logos users have Bronze libraries, at minimum. So, as a corporate policy, why not favor those who do? Does that make sense? Keep in mind the ones who have paid, vs. the ones who have less than Bronze. When Logos first started, there was one free book a year
    Posted to Logos 8 by Paul L. White on Fri, Mar 1 2019
  • Re: Monthly free resources...

    Jan, That's probably a much wiser and more mature response to this circumstance than mine was. Sure do appreciate your input. Blessings. Paul
    Posted to Logos 8 by Paul L. White on Fri, Mar 1 2019
  • Monthly free resources...

    I must admit that I look forward to the first of every month like a child looks forward to Christmas...because I know that Logos is going to give me several new books as gifts. And I have found each one to expand my knowledge and awareness rather greatly. I hope I am not expressing greed here, but I have to admit that I was rather shocked to discover
    Posted to Logos 8 by Paul L. White on Fri, Mar 1 2019
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