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  • Re: Working OFFLINE with Logos 8

    Graham, No, this is my primary Logos computer. But I normally have wifi ability when I use it. I hadn't even considered trying to open Logos without internet access before I left home. Now, I know to run some tests before my upcoming Guatemala trip. Keep Smiling, I see they have offline access tied to "secret key strokes". How helpful! [NOT] I cannot
    Posted to General by David A Egolf on Fri, Sep 20 2019
  • Working OFFLINE with Logos 8

    Help! I am on a 6 day cruise with very limited Internet access. I depend on using my laptop Logos 8. When I tried to open it, it insisted I log in. When the login fails due to lack of internet access, there is no option to work offline. I know that that option existed in the past. I worked out a way to login based on Sprint roaming from the satellite
    Posted to General by David A Egolf on Sat, Sep 14 2019
  • Re: The Impact of Digital Bible Reading

    [quote user="Bruce Dunning"] [quote user="Veli Voipio"]In Africa one person may read a book aloud and a group of people is sitting around listening and they comment the reading regularly (often together as a choir). That kind of process might be quite natural for humans and I just wonder how to apply it in our current digital environment.[/quote] I
    Posted to General by David A Egolf on Wed, Aug 28 2019
  • Re: Is app.logos.com supposed to be a secret?

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] https://www.logos.com/web-app https://www.logos.com/product/51786/access-to-applogoscom https://blog.logos.com/2017/07/logos-7-now-can-use-web-app-free/ https://community.logos.com/forums/t/169777.aspx Not hidden ... just a perseverance test ... Christian virtue practice? Note: I put a link to it on my shortcut bar to handle
    Posted to General by David A Egolf on Fri, Aug 9 2019
  • Is app.logos.com supposed to be a secret?

    There does not seem to be a link from logos.com to app.logos.com. The link was hard to find. Why don't they feature it at the bottom of the main web page?
    Posted to General by David A Egolf on Fri, Aug 9 2019
  • Re: Reading Lists

    A "low tech" solution would be to use Favorites. Just create a folder for each subject. Make a subfolder for candidates to be read. Make another folder to hold links to the books you have finished. A third folder, or the main level of the subject folder, can be used for books currently being read. As you progress through the book replace the link to
    Posted to General by David A Egolf on Thu, Jul 11 2019
  • Re: Crash when imbedding folders

    I have certainly set up nested folders. But, since you mention it, I do not believe I have had occasion to move an existing folder, with content, into another folder. I'll try this tonight at home.
    Posted to General by David A Egolf on Fri, Jul 5 2019
  • Re: The Risks of Digital Libraries

    Digital libraries may have some risks, but in the meantime I do not have to worry about negotiating over bookshelf space and when my wife talks about "downsizing" for retirement, I don't have to worry about my digital collections!
    Posted to General by David A Egolf on Thu, Jul 4 2019
  • Re: Value of BDAG/HALOT for non-Greek/Hebrew trained User

    Since this thread is already open, I would like someone to explain to me the basic usage case for resources such as HALOT and BDAG. Do people leave a panel open with them synchronized to your Bible or do you call them up using a particular tool? I am in a position similar to Rick's. I am a lay person. I have a rudimentary understanding of Greek, but
    Posted to General by David A Egolf on Sun, Jun 30 2019
  • Re: NEW30 Which Resources Are Really Included?

    I gave up going through the list 60 items per page. I finally just started adding items that I wanted to my cart. If they weren't included, then I took them back out of the cart. I haven't purchased the cart, yet. So, I am open to better ways to search the list.
    Posted to General by David A Egolf on Sat, Jun 29 2019
  • Re: Finishing Well

    About 15 years ago, I attended a conference called "Finishers". (They seem to have migrated away from that GREAT name.) The theme of the conference was to encourage people in middle age to drop out of their current careers and redirect their energy towards missions. I was there to set up a booth looking for workers at our local working men's shelter
    Posted to General by David A Egolf on Fri, Jun 21 2019
  • Re: Questions from a non-KJVO

    My observation has been that when God "commissioned" the N.T. to be written, several dialects of Greek were available. The one chosen was Koine Greek. This is also referred to as "street Greek"; i.e., the language of the common man on the street. I don't know about the rest of you, but I do not hang around with many people who speak King James English
    Posted to General by David A Egolf on Thu, Jun 20 2019
  • Re: Goals for 2020

    You may be interested in today's forum post on a new Logos offer of packages for Messianic Jewish resources: https://community.logos.com/forums/t/182160.aspx
    Posted to General by David A Egolf on Wed, Jun 19 2019
  • Re: Logos Free for (Homeschool) Families

    Phil, As noted by Jan, above, Faithlife has created a products page for the Homeschool Bundle. However, I am not seeing a price. Does this page just serve as a placeholder for the bundle or will it be available for purchase? David
    Posted to General by David A Egolf on Wed, Jun 5 2019
  • Re: Logos Free for (Homeschool) Families

    Thanks, Faithlife. I saw this with 15 minutes to go and was able to get my homeschooling daughter signed up. Here is another vote for an extension. I have contacted the education manager for a missions group we work with in Orlando. If the offer can be extended, she may be able to contact their missionaries in the field arpind the world who are homeschooling
    Posted to General by David A Egolf on Tue, Jun 4 2019
  • Re: Daily routine with Logos

    First, connect a second monitor if you can. It won't take long to fill up the second screen with panels. Second, read with your Bible open in one panel and your favorite commentary in a second panel. Link them together so that they both refer to the same passage. Third, you will notice that when you follow a link from either your Bible or your commentary
    Posted to General by David A Egolf on Thu, May 30 2019
  • Re: NETS is out!

    [quote user="Jan Krohn"] Got it for $22 alongside many other goodies in the Orthodox Starter Library Upgrade. https://www.logos.com/product/165423/logos-8-orthodox-starter-library-upgrade [/quote] Thanks! My Othodox Starter was $16.
    Posted to General by David A Egolf on Wed, May 29 2019
  • Re: CP: Classic Commentaries and Studies on Mark Upgrade (24 vols.) - closing on 20th - can we get the price down more

    [quote user="Bruce Dunning"]I'm in the same position and I'm guessing this is because it is included in a package we have previously paid for. I tired to see if I could find evidence of this but was unable.[/quote] I called Logos support last night and they said that I had bid $24 when the resource had been offered as a pre-pub. They said the $24 price
    Posted to General by David A Egolf on Wed, May 1 2019
  • Re: CP: Classic Commentaries and Studies on Mark Upgrade (24 vols.) - closing on 20th - can we get the price down more

    I just recieved an email from Logos to tell me that my $24 bid might fail. But when I visit the community pricing link, the bidding is frozen!! I am unable to raise my bid to $27.
    Posted to General by David A Egolf on Tue, Apr 30 2019
  • Re: Who Fascinates you in church history?

    I would vote for Henrietta Mears. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henrietta_Mears "She served in leading the Sunday School program from 400 to 6500. [5] Henrietta Mears taught the college age program herself. [3] Henrietta Mears was one of the most influential Christian leaders of the 20th Century. She founded "Gospel Light" . , a publishing company for
    Posted to General by David A Egolf on Mon, Apr 29 2019
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