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  • Re: Laptop specs that run Logos well

    I just bought a new laptop two months ago. I customized it with Toshiba (I started with a large screen size for my eyes). I tried to give it all the get up and go it would hold. It is a 18.4" Toshiba Satellite P500 with 250 SSD, 6 GB ram; 64 bit OS; Intel Core 2 Duo CPU T9600 @ 2.80 GHz; and Discreet graphics. It came with Windows 7. It does a great
    Posted to Logos 4 by Sharon on Mon, Feb 22 2010
  • Re: Pierre Teilhard de Chardin / Stephen Hawking

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] [quote user="Sharon"]There is only one church - the body of Jesus Christ. Logos' stated mission is to "serve the church"[/quote] Let's just say that just as there is tradition (small t) and Tradition (capital t) there is church (small c) to which I was referring and Church (with a capital c) which is the body & bride of Jesus
    Posted to Suggestions by Sharon on Mon, Feb 22 2010
  • Re: Pierre Teilhard de Chardin / Stephen Hawking

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"]Logos is not an extension of anyone's church. They do not have any special teaching authority. Logos is a company providing software and electronic resources for a wide range of Biblical study.[/quote] There is only one church - the body of Jesus Christ. Logos' stated mission is to "serve the church" - the church is the body
    Posted to Suggestions by Sharon on Mon, Feb 22 2010
  • Re: New pre-pub: Albert Bengal's Gnomon on the New Testament

    [quote user="Jacob Hantla"] γνώμων, ονος, ὁ, (γι-γνώσκω) one that knows or examines, a judge, interpreter, Aesch., Thuc., Xen. II. the gnomon or index of the sundial, Hdt. III. οἱ γνώμονες, the teeth that mark a horses age, Xen. IV. a carpenters rule: metaph. a rule of life, Theogn. Liddell, H. (1996). A lexicon : Abridged from Liddell and Scott's Greek
    Posted to General by Sharon on Mon, Feb 22 2010
  • Re: New pre-pub: Albert Bengal's Gnomon on the New Testament

    [quote user="Joan Korte"] http://www.logos.com/products/prepub/details/6076 If you like Alford and Nicoll on the Greek New Testament, please check out this. I have the pdf scans from Internet Archives which are klunky to use but he is well worth the read. [/quote] Hi Joan, my dear, I have already ordered it (thanks for your heads-up) and I have already
    Posted to General by Sharon on Mon, Feb 22 2010
  • Re: Still using L3? Prefer L3?

    I put L4 on a new laptop. L3 is still on my older computer. Can I install my L3 on my new laptop? What would I need to do? Thanks in advance. Sharon
    Posted to Logos 4 by Sharon on Fri, Feb 19 2010
  • Re: What great deals have I missed out on?

    [quote user="Mark A. Smith"]Bid on the ones that are already posted. Perhaps if Logos sees more of the few that are posted going quickly they will add more.[/quote] Already done! [quote user="Mark A. Smith"] Revelation: An Expository Commentary (H.A. Ironside) $4.00 Esther: An Expository Commentary (H.A. Ironside) $5.00 Nehemiah: An Expository Commentary
    Posted to General by Sharon on Thu, Feb 18 2010
  • Just how great of a deal?

    I am new to community pricing as of 2 months ago and I wonder WHY I didn't do it before now! I am thankful for everyone explaining it so that it took all the fear away and left me with an urge to bid! I have one question and one idea. Question: How do we get more works listed on community pricing to bid on? Idea: Can you post some of the great deals
    Posted to General by Sharon on Thu, Feb 18 2010
  • Re: How to search this?

    [quote user="Rosie Perera"] [quote user="William Bingham"] Thank you for the information. I appreciate your constructive criticism of my study technique. I was certainly planning to do the searching myself. I have a problem though. I guess my brain is not functioning as it could with my ongoing medical conditions. I did search David AND "military accomplishments
    Posted to General by Sharon on Mon, Feb 15 2010
  • Re: TIPS for e-reading vs. books

    [quote user="DW Bouey"] My retinal surgeon recommended the top border of my monitors be at about middle of forehead height so, as someone else here has already noted, your eyes are reading downward. He also recommended several specific over-the-counter eye lubricant drops since dry eyes can cause both discomfort and even some temporary, very minor visual
    Posted to General by Sharon on Mon, Feb 15 2010
  • Re: TIPS for e-reading vs. books

    Alan, The font size is the main help for me, too. And I have found, like you said, that Arial reads easily. That is what I like to print in, too. Sharon
    Posted to General by Sharon on Mon, Feb 15 2010
  • Re: TIPS for e-reading vs. books

    Floyd, Actually, I have my old computer with Logos 3 still on in sitting on the floor of my office. Sometimes I think I will hook it up to use it and then I think, it won't be long until Logos 4 is going to have it so I will just continue this way...but I will be glad when the full printing and copying functions come to Logos 4 - very soon, I hope!
    Posted to General by Sharon on Mon, Feb 15 2010
  • Re: TIPS for e-reading vs. books

    One of my doctors told me to try and make sure the screen is lower than your eyes. Looking downward is more comfortable than looking upward. This is also helpful in keeping the eyes lubricated because the eyelid, being lowered, continues to cover much more of the eye itself. Sometimes, after enlarging the font, I will set my office chair to a reclining
    Posted to General by Sharon on Sat, Feb 13 2010
  • Re: Solid state drive's performance report

    I have a 250GB SSD on my laptop, too. I totally agree.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Sharon on Sat, Feb 13 2010
  • Re: PLEASE HELP ME ;I WANT TO STUDY THE WORD OF GOD INDUCTIVELY:

    Hi Tes, I would suggest this. Start by asking the Holy Spirit to be your Teacher. He will. Next, Romans was written as one piece of literature. So start with the whole. Don't worry at all (for now) about the pronouns you can't identify. God reveals truth progressively. And the main clear things will explain the not so main, not so clear things in God
    Posted to Logos 4 by Sharon on Tue, Feb 9 2010
  • Re: Screenshots - How do you capture/make one?

    Thanks, Christina, for asking the question. I've wondered that, too! And thanks, everyone, for all the great info! Super helpful! Sharon
    Posted to Logos 4 by Sharon on Thu, Feb 4 2010
  • Re: Reftagger in online PDF document?

    I am sad to hear, but thanks so much! It will still work in the rest of the site and we're very thankful for that! Thanks, Logos, for a wonderful tool! (and free!) Sharon
    Posted to RefTagger by Sharon on Thu, Feb 4 2010
  • Re: Some newbie help: it really *is* all Greek to me...

    don't let us scare you off...we're not stalkers although this particular thread was like in one of those old movies where the woman pulls out a cigarette and ten men are scrambling to light it for her... [quote user="Robert Pavich"] [quote user="Dan DeVilder"]yeah, man, i have read about those kind of movies. did you find out about them in some kind
    Posted to Logos 4 by Sharon on Wed, Feb 3 2010
  • Reftagger in online PDF document?

    Is it possible to get Reftagger to work with an online PDF document? The teachings and Bible studies that we would love to implement Reftagger with are all secured PDF documents. In searching the Blog and Forums, I haven't come across anything regarding this and am wondering if it is possible to integrate Reftagger and the PDFs. Any help would be appreciated
    Posted to RefTagger by Sharon on Tue, Feb 2 2010
  • Re: Remember Logos 2.0

    [quote user="Alan Macgregor"] Back in 1993/4 I, too, used Logos 1.6 (3.5" floppies) and I bought the NA26 & BHS add-on diskettes. But it could do something that has since "vanished". It came with a special macro which I could use in Lotus AmiPro 3, my wordprocessor, to copy Bible verses into my text without first having Logos open. That was so handy
    Posted to General by Sharon on Tue, Feb 2 2010
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