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James E West | Forum Activity | Posted: Sat, Dec 30 2017 4:04 PM

Something changed the language when I click the superscript and click the superscript and then click the verse reference.  It is not set to show UBS5 but I did not change it??  How do I set it back to NASB?

I tried to insert an image to show what I was talking about but apparently the forums to not allow it from FireFox or Chrome.  

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James E West | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Dec 30 2017 4:20 PM

I called support and they wouldn't help me.

Something had changed my default version of the Bible.  I didn't.  After setting the default Bible back to NASB it worked.  Sad that Logos support couldn't help me with that.  Would have taken less than a minute.  I had Vista on my computer and couldn't load Logos 6 (thus not even seven) and support still wouldn't help me.  I would have to spend hundreds of dollars just for them to have helped me to change the default Bible version. 

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Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :) | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Dec 30 2017 8:44 PM

James E West:
I tried to insert an image to show what I was talking about but apparently the forums to not allow it from FireFox or Chrome.

Logos wiki has => Screenshot that includes using paper clip in forum editor to attach an image file.

Logos wiki => Using the Forums includes (with screen shots showing paper clip in forum editor):

James E West:

Something had changed my default version of the Bible.  I didn't.  After setting the default Bible back to NASB it worked.  Sad that Logos support couldn't help me with that.  Would have taken less than a minute.  I had Vista on my computer and couldn't load Logos 6 (thus not even seven) and support still wouldn't help me.  I would have to spend hundreds of dollars just for them to have helped me to change the default Bible version. 

Changing default Bible in a mobile app OR https://biblia.com OR https://app.logos.com OR https://app.verbum.com can be sync'd to Logos desktop application, which can change default Bible (plus repeat Top Bible in priority list).

Faithlife Free support => https://www.logos.com/support/free-support shows currently supported versions: e.g. Logos 7.0+ and Verbum 7.0+ that need Windows 7 SP1 (and higher) OR OS X 10.10 (and higher)

On 24 Jan 2014 (almost 4 years ago), Faithlife posted thread => Important Announcement for Windows XP, Vista, OS X 10.5, 10.6, 10.7 users that included:

Bradley Grainger (Faithlife):
Logos 5.3 will require Windows 7 SP1 or OS X 10.9 or later. If you're running Logos 5.2a on Vista/10.6/10.7/10.8, your system will not be disabled; Logos 5.2a will continue to receive updates to let you read the latest resources purchased from logos.com, to keep sync working, to fix critical bugs, etc. You will continue to receive support for your version of Logos 5.2a on your OS. However, major new features in Logos 5.3 and later will require a newer operating system version.

Last Logos 5 version that was supported on Vista was Logos 5.2b SR-11, which was released on 11 Aug 2015.

Logos 5.3 Beta (of 64 bit applications) was followed by Logos 6.0 stable release on 27 Oct 2014 (with 64 bit applications).

Microsoft ended Vista mainstream support on Tue 10 Apr 2012 => https://www.pcworld.com/article/253431/microsoft_ending_windows_vista_mainstream_support_on_tuesday.html with extended support end of 11 Apr 2017. Article mentions Microsoft stopped selling Vista in Oct 2010 and PC makers stopped shipping Vista in Oct 2011. Thankful for Faithlife freely supporting Logos 5 on Vista for several years after retail sale of Vista ceased.

Considering age of computer hardware for Vista, personally would look at a newer gaming computer that has Windows 7 SP1 (or newer). For example, Microcenter has a refurbished HP gaming laptop for $ 519.99 => http://www.microcenter.com/product/481621/Pavilion_15-au018wm_156_Gaming_Laptop_Computer_Refurbished_-_Silver (seem to remember HP can be hit or miss for longevity). Recommend replacing 5400 RPM hard drive with Solid State Disk (SSD) for noticeably more responsive system.

Personally am using a 2011 MacBook Air with operating system recently updated from OS X 10.10 to macOS 10.12 (while waiting to see if Apple will fix a Mail display issue with Intel HD 3000 Graphics in macOS 10.13 High Sierra). Thankful for Apple providing free operating system upgrades along with macOS 10.12 Sierra needing less storage than OS X 10.10 Yosemite.

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