Faithlife Study Bible Infographics problem

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Jeremy Wilson | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Mar 24 2015 1:20 PM

I've just discovered a workaround that fixes the problem.  I know that this is an old post, but I thought that someone who stumbles across it would find this solution helpful:

1) Log into to access all the Faithlife materials.

2) Do a "Infographics, Images & Videos" search for the infographic you want to export or print.

Faithlife Image Search

3) When you click on the link, a popup will show that looks like this:

4) Click on the image, and a new tab will open in your browser with a high-resolution PNG version of that image.

5) You can use the little Magnifying Glass cursor to expand the picture.  Then, just right-click the image and select "Copy Image" or "Save Image As...", depending on what you need to do with it.

Viola!  You should have yourself a readable, usable image of the infographic you need.

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antonio rosario | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Mar 25 2015 4:24 AM

Nice. Will give it a try and see how it works.  Still using Logos 5 right now.  Can't afford the upgrade just yet.  Thanks again.  

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NB.Mick | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Mar 25 2015 5:24 AM

antonio rosario:

Still using Logos 5 right now.  Can't afford the upgrade just yet.  

You can't afford free?

Running Logos 9 latest (beta) version on Win 10

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tm19 | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Apr 28 2020 7:56 PM

Thank you Jeremy. Five years and four whole versions later, and I appreciate stumbling on this post.

In fact, while I was at it, I downloaded all the long-form Timelines and Event Lines so I wouldn't have to worry about it in the future. Most of the images are around 1000px high, which is enough for a good quality PowerPoint slide.

It's a shame export of these helpful inforgraphics is still not fixed. I understand Faithlife not wanting to release the original vector drawings, but with Logos clocking in at several gigabytes, I would have thought ~300 MB for reasonable quality raster versions of the complete FSB collection wouldn't be too much of a storage burden. Maybe the problem is in the coding.

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