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  • Re: No longer possible to send books to Kindle?

    [quote user="NB.Mick"] Not the most Christian way of handling all this... [/quote] Interesting way to look at this. FL is first and foremost a business, involved with publishing / providing Christian material. You can turn the "blame card" always on the other side, and accuse them of not being / acting Christian, when some party is not getting their
    Posted to General by SGeiser on Sun, Apr 3 2016
  • Re: No longer possible to send books to Kindle?

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] Are you suggesting that Faithlife should flout the intent of Amazon and force Amazon to be even more strict? And do you know what formats Faithlife has legal rights to create? [/quote] I have no reason to believe, that it would be illegal to send *.mobi documents from my own mail account to my kindle reader. That's what it was
    Posted to General by SGeiser on Fri, Apr 1 2016
  • Re: No longer possible to send books to Kindle?

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] [quote user="J. Remington Bowling"]Maybe I'm missing something, but where has it been established that the issue is with Amazon and not with FaithLife and it's deals with publishers?[/quote] Where ... any of the other companies facing the same issue, the newspaper articles announcing the Amazon policies changes ... several links
    Posted to General by SGeiser on Fri, Apr 1 2016
  • Re: No longer possible to send books to Kindle?

    [quote user="DAL"] LOL whining! [/quote] And your point is? You even seem to be gloating on other people's misery. If FL is to be considered as a serious software company with thoughtful engineers and tactful product managers at hand, they would do everything in their capability to provide an alternative (let's keep in mind, that this was a basic feature
    Posted to General by SGeiser on Fri, Apr 1 2016
  • Re: No longer possible to send books to Kindle?

    According to this post , Faithlife is considering extending the "send-to-kindle" functionality for a couple of weeks for those of us, who haven't been notified about retiring this service. That would at least be a small step in the right direction...
    Posted to General by SGeiser on Thu, Mar 31 2016
  • Re: No longer possible to send books to Kindle?

    [quote user="Tony Thomas"] This was posted a while back: https://community.logos.com/forums/t/123765.aspx [/quote] Not everyone is active in this forum. The email notification just arrived a couple of hours ago.
    Posted to General by SGeiser on Thu, Mar 31 2016
  • Re: No longer possible to send books to Kindle?

    Now this is unfortunate. This was THE ONE feature why I was even building up my library. If Logos will not come up with an alternative to load books from the library on my Kindle (or on any other ebook reader for that matter), there won't be any other purchases from me for this closed system. Again, money wasted and lost, just because of a proprietory
    Posted to General by SGeiser on Thu, Mar 31 2016
  • Re: 500 Megapack looks like a garage sale you leave early

    Does anyone of those who've bought this boundle know, if the text of the older books (like the ones from Zwingli) have been completely OCRd (optical character recognition --> results in a fully searchable plain text, which can be copied)?
    Posted to General by SGeiser on Tue, Dec 31 2013
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