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  • Re: MICROSOFT SURFACE PRO "SURFACE PEN"

    Just want to add my comments. Yes, Logos is really, really late in properly supporting pen and touch input. The entire Windows interface (and I imagine on Apple OS as well) is geared towards mouse input. Nowadays, with so many touch-enabled laptops and desktops, it just make sense to have an option to switch to touch/pen input. But it's not all bad
    Posted to Logos 8 by David Loo on Tue, Jul 16 2019
  • Re: MICROSOFT SURFACE PRO "SURFACE PEN"

    Yes! That's also exactly what I've always wanted to do, but wasn't able to do so directly in Logos. Like you, my workaround is to use "Copy Bible Verses" to copy the passage to either OneNote or some other app that supports the pen. Canvas is a good idea, and it's basically how it should work. But, as many have found out, Canvas is pretty much unusable
    Posted to Logos 8 by David Loo on Tue, Jul 16 2019
  • Re: MICROSOFT SURFACE PRO "SURFACE PEN"

    Hi Mattillo, I basically just treat the pen like a real pen on paper. So if I want to select a string of text, I touch the Surface pen at the first word, and drag the pen (without lifting if off the screen) until I have the selection I want. So it's like taking a pencil and drawing a line over the text on paper; you just do the same kind of action with
    Posted to Logos 8 by David Loo on Mon, Jul 15 2019
  • Re: MICROSOFT SURFACE PRO "SURFACE PEN"

    That is interesting. I'll have to give it a try. My SP4 recently died (swollen battery, to the point where the screen separated from the base). I'll give the Surface Book 2 a try.
    Posted to Logos 8 by David Loo on Wed, Jul 3 2019
  • Re: MICROSOFT SURFACE PRO "SURFACE PEN"

    I've used Surface Pro 4 along with the pen, and it works great. Great almost anywhere else but in Logos. Many places in the UI doesn't respond to pen or touch input (or doesn't respond properly). I've tried using the drawing mode in Canvas, but it's extremely slow. I basically have to draw very, very slowly in order to have my lines appear properly
    Posted to Logos 8 by David Loo on Wed, May 29 2019
  • Re: Chinese support

    I would love to have Chinese SCUV available as well. Thanks.
    Posted to Faithlife Reftagger by David Loo on Wed, Nov 21 2018
  • Re: Constant Crashing

    Thanks, Kevin. I just tried the latest beta version ( https://community.logos.com/forums/t/130495.aspx ) on my Galaxy Note 4 phone, and it didn't crash! Before this, with the latest standard release, Logos would crash on my phone and Android tablet within a second of starting the app, and this is only with wifi on. With wifi off, the app runs fine.
    Posted to Android Apps by David Loo on Wed, Sep 7 2016
  • Re: Sermon Editor Export To PowerPoint

    Thanks, Jacob. I should have read the other forums before bringing up the Chinese input issue. Glad to know that people at Faithlife are on the issues. Can't wait for the next release to try the Chinese and the export improvements.
    Posted to Logos 7 by David Loo on Wed, Sep 7 2016
  • Re: Sermon Editor Export To PowerPoint

    I agree with yellow text on black background. This is the colour I use on all my slides. I haven't tried light blue text on black yet; I'll give that a try soon. As for background images for hymns, I also agree. We never put any background pictures or other art work, just a plain solid-blue background. I want people to concentrate on the lyrics, not
    Posted to Logos 7 by David Loo on Wed, Sep 7 2016
  • Re: Sermon Editor Export To PowerPoint

    Actually, Logos is not exporting PowerPoint slides as images, but as Slide Master slides instead. You can see this by loading the exported pptx file into PowerPoint. All the slides are there, but none are editable. However, if you go to PowerPoint menu and click View, then Slide Master, you'll see all you slides in the Slide Master View. And in Slide
    Posted to Logos 7 by David Loo on Wed, Sep 7 2016
  • Re: Problem with punctuations in Chinese bible in Windows 10

    Thanks. Setting the system locale was one of the first things I tried. I tried it again just now, setting my locale to Chinese (Simplified, PRC); still the same. I changed the default font to various other fonts (MingLiu, etc.) to no avail. I can see that changing the fonts had an effect on the text displayed, but the Chinese is always missing the commas
    Posted to 中文 (Chinese) by David Loo on Sat, Sep 26 2015
  • Re: Problem with punctuations in Chinese bible in Windows 10

    Can you please share the settings you have in Logos 6, as well as in Windows Settings? I also installed the Chinese Language Pack, but that didn't change anything with Logos. The Chinese Language Pack was one of the first things I installed after upgrading to Windows 10, as I use Chinese quite often. All my Chinese programs work fine, but not Logos
    Posted to 中文 (Chinese) by David Loo on Sat, Sep 26 2015
  • Re: Problem with punctuations in Chinese bible in Windows 10

    Changing the Resource Font didn't help. I tried several, including Arial Unicode, MingLiu, etc. In all of them, the commas do not appear in the CUV bible (neither in the Notes that were written in Chinese). Logos 6 is the only application I have that exhibits this problem. I have a good mix of Chinese and English applications, all of them work just
    Posted to 中文 (Chinese) by David Loo on Sat, Sep 26 2015
  • Problem with punctuations in Chinese bible in Windows 10

    Hi, I've been using the English version of Logos 6 (that was before the Chinese UI was available), with the Chinese CUV bible "中文圣经和合本-神版(简体)". Everything was running well in both Windows 7 and Windows 8.1. A few days ago, I upgraded to Windows 10, and now the Chinese bible has square boxes where the punctuations should be. This seems to be peculiar
    Posted to 中文 (Chinese) by David Loo on Thu, Aug 6 2015
  • Re: Apology for Server Failure

    Thanks for the update. I work in IT myself, and I know full well the potential system and hardware failures that can happen. We do the best we can, and there's always something we can do better. Our church is poor (space rented from another church, no internet, etc.), so we don't run Proclaim (just Powerpoint from my own laptop). I always made sure
    Posted to General by David Loo on Mon, Nov 24 2014
  • Re: found a brillianty app for notes

    I use LectureNotes as well, and I highly recommend it. It's especially good on the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 because it has good support for the built-in pen (the S-Pen). Unlike a capacitive pen (like on an iPad), the S-Pen is active, with a very fine stylus, allowing for very precise lines and drawings. I use the pen in LectureNotes to create hand-written
    Posted to Android Apps by David Loo on Mon, Jun 9 2014
  • Re: Move Note Out of the Way?

    I noticed the same problem. On my Galaxy Note 10.1, the Notes "window" covers a large portion of the screen, so whatever I was reading before opening the Notes window is no longer visible. A suggestion is to dock the Notes window at one of the two regions of the app. E.g., I usually read with a commentary opened in the top region (or left region, depending
    Posted to Android Apps by David Loo on Mon, Jun 9 2014
  • Re: Will Logos ever be available for the Chrome OS?

    Just to add a few more comments to Logos on Chrome OS. You need to know that Chrome OS runs only on a specific type of hardware (Google Chromebooks, etc.) Also, Chrome OS is nothing more than the Google Chrome browser, running on top of Linux. Chrome OS depends on an Internet connection, and whatever you can run in the Chrome browser, you can run in
    Posted to Android Apps by David Loo on Tue, Mar 18 2014
  • Re: Running the Android App on Blackberry Z10

    I've had the Android version running on my Blackberry Z10 since end of January, and so far, it's been working great. I even updated the app to the latest build (4.0.15). The latest version of BB10 OS allows direct-install of Android apps, without having to side-load through your computer. If you're running BB10 10.2.1 or later, it should work very well
    Posted to Android Apps by David Loo on Wed, Mar 12 2014
  • Re: Reftagger v2 Beta Launch

    I run a Chinese web-site, where 99% of the posts and Bible passages are in Chinese. Does Reftager support Chinese Bibles, like CUV (Chinese Union Version)? I've looked at Reftagger many years ago, but wasn't able to use it because of lack of Chinese Bible support. Thanks.
    Posted to RefTagger by David Loo on Thu, Jan 30 2014
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