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  • Re: Suggestion: NASB77 Version

    Well, I am sorry about it.
    Posted to Suggestions by Kolen Cheung on Fri, Feb 19 2010
  • Re: The Complete Biblical Library

    [quote user="Donald F. Williams"] FYI, Thoralf Gilbrant died in 2006. I had the privilege of serving as the Associate Editor of the Greek-English Dictionary for the Complete Biblical Library. Thoralf was a man of great vision whose greatest work (CBL) had the unfortunate fate of coming out just at the same time resources like Gramcord were being developed
    Posted to Suggestions by Kolen Cheung on Fri, Feb 19 2010
  • Re: Suggestion: NASB77 Version

    [quote user="Floyd Johnson"]I have to assume that Greek editors and translators know more than me and that differences of opinions are possible and allowed.[/quote] I think we could determine the sentence division except for some rare case. The sign for this determination is from the verb used. Of course, I am not an expert on Greek as well so I am
    Posted to Suggestions by Kolen Cheung on Fri, Feb 19 2010
  • Re: Suggestion: NASB77 Version

    But from the Grammar we can tell it is one single sentence, right?
    Posted to Suggestions by Kolen Cheung on Fri, Feb 19 2010
  • Re: Suggestion: NASB77 Version

    [quote user="Todd Phillips"]The American Standard Version, Young's Literal Translation, Wuest's Expanded translation, and the Lexham English Bible all translate that passage as one sentence (and they are all in Logos). The Lexham English Bible is the only one with a reverse interlinear in it.[/quote] Thanks. But ASV, YLT are not modern. YLT is around
    Posted to Suggestions by Kolen Cheung on Fri, Feb 19 2010
  • Re: Suggestion: NASB77 Version

    I see. Thank you so much. But now I prefer ESV more than NASB, basically because of the reverse interlinear in ESV (I purchased the printed one, contains only NT) and the HDNT (ESV). These devices help me to jump directly into Greek from ESV. And after that, insights from how the others translate the Bible might help too (NASB95, Darby). I will say
    Posted to Suggestions by Kolen Cheung on Fri, Feb 19 2010
  • Re: Suggestion: NASB77 Version

    What's better of the NASB77 over NASB95?
    Posted to Suggestions by Kolen Cheung on Thu, Feb 18 2010
  • HDNT and LDGNT

    I want to suggest two features for HDNT and LDGNT. First, it would be very nice if the HDNT (ESV) has the same function as the ESV itself for the Greek. i.e. When you point at the word, the parsing is displayed. And when you right-click, the Greek word appears. It will be even better if the HDNT has a reverse-interlinear with the LDGNT, but this is
    Posted to Suggestions by Kolen Cheung on Thu, Feb 18 2010
  • Re: The Complete Biblical Library

    I think I was wrong! I finally find one thing that has the same function with the Dictionary of the "Complete Biblical Library": New International Dictionary of New Testament Theology (4 Vols.) and New International Dictionary of Old Testament Theology and Exegesis (5 Vols.) These two are produced in one consistent set (as the Complete Biblical Library
    Posted to Suggestions by Kolen Cheung on Wed, Feb 17 2010
  • Re: duplicated purchases

    Thanks a lot. That helps!
    Posted to General by Kolen Cheung on Wed, Feb 17 2010
  • Adding links to titles in Comparison Chart

    I suggest to add links to the individual titles in: Comparison Chart Upgrade and Academic Program
    Posted to Suggestions by Kolen Cheung on Wed, Feb 17 2010
  • Re: duplicated purchases

    [quote user="Rosie Perera"]The upgrade price computed by the calculator is, nevertheless, correct[/quote] I figure out one problem: Since I am in the Academic Program, the calculator doesn't apply to me. And there is a very simple rule to choose titles, no calculator, that if I want to upgrade to a certain package or not. It is the disadvantage of Academic
    Posted to General by Kolen Cheung on Wed, Feb 17 2010
  • Re: duplicated purchases

    [quote user="Ron Corbett"]So ... if you are looking at a resource - check to see if it is included in a COLLECTION. If so, see if there are other resources that you need in that COLLECTION. Sometimes you do better to wait. Better than buying individual resources/sets - buy the bigger package because there is a better overall price.[/quote] Thanks for
    Posted to General by Kolen Cheung on Wed, Feb 17 2010
  • Re: duplicated purchases

    Thanks. It's very helpful and remove my fear to buy new things. (which might be duplicated in the base packages in the future.)
    Posted to General by Kolen Cheung on Tue, Feb 16 2010
  • Re: duplicated purchases

    [quote user="Rosie Perera"] [quote user="Kolen Cheung"] If I own a certain volume previously (say, Baker encyclopedia of Bible) and I purchase a base package that includes that (e.g. Scholar Gold), will there be extra discount on the base package as a kind of "refund"? [/quote] Yes, but this won't happen automatically by ordering through the website
    Posted to General by Kolen Cheung on Tue, Feb 16 2010
  • duplicated purchases

    If I own a certain volume previously (say, Baker encyclopedia of Bible) and I purchase a base package that includes that (e.g. Scholar Gold), will there be extra discount on the base package as a kind of "refund"? Thanks.
    Posted to General by Kolen Cheung on Tue, Feb 16 2010
  • Re: System Requirements: Minimum vs. Recommended

    I also have questions in this: why 3GB of RAM is recommended? I found that it takes only 3xx MB when it is running.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Kolen Cheung on Mon, Feb 15 2010
  • Re: Lowering the Price

    After seeing the post, I think I should buy more things from Amazon. Well, I even get some money from Amazon if I purchase from him! Electronic might be good, that allows you to search and synthesize the libraries. But, the for some of the Baker Books that Logos is selling are Baker Academics. Textbook is still better in printing format. And easier
    Posted to Suggestions by Kolen Cheung on Sat, Feb 13 2010
  • Export Reading Plan to Google Calendar

    From Google: "To migrate events from other calendar applications, export your events in either iCalendar or CSV format and import the file into Google Calendar." So, the question becomes, could the Logos add a function to export reading plan to iCal or CSV file. I know that it would works if you have MS Outlook, that we can export to Outlook first and
    Posted to Suggestions by Kolen Cheung on Fri, Feb 12 2010
  • Re: The Complete Biblical Library

    [quote user="Matthew C Jones"] Over the years I have owned two sets of the "Complete Biblical Library" in hardback. It is a fine reference set but is surpassed in every feature by Logos software capabilities. I sold my hardback sets. The New Testament set was first handled by World Library Press. My second set had a different publisher but I cannot
    Posted to Suggestions by Kolen Cheung on Fri, Feb 12 2010
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