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Fos Zoe | Forum Activity | Posted: Wed, Feb 17 2016 3:52 AM

What effect does this have on how the software operates? Is it more than a logo change?

I have an Anglican, Orthodox, and Verbum package and am wondering if toggling this setting has any affect on the software functionality. As in should I set the to yes at certain times and to no at others for any reason?

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Louis St. Hilaire | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Feb 17 2016 9:16 AM

For the most part, setting Verbum to yes just changes default options to create an out of the box experience that's optimal for Catholic users rather than the Evangelical Protestants that the default Logos set up is mostly tuned for. For example, setting Verbum to yes:

  • Changes default prioritization of resources to Verbum defaults (i.e. makes Catholic Bibles, commentaries, lectionary top priority, if you haven't set your own priorities)
  • Adds automatically generated Catechism, Church Documents, Church Fathers collections to search options, etc.
  • Changes default guide templates to Verbum defaults (e.g. adds Liturgy section to Passage Guide removes Protestant-oriented online content)
  • Changes the "Common Divisions" in Bible search to reflect the Catholic canon

You can set up Logos to do most of these things yourself (or at least emulate them) with Verbum set to no.

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SineNomine | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Feb 18 2016 8:24 AM

Louis St. Hilaire:
You can set up Logos to do most of these things yourself (or at least emulate them) with Verbum set to no.

Likewise, with Verbum set to yes, you can do or emulate almost everything with Verbum set to no.

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