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  • Two Prices - Why?

    I hope the photo comes out okay. On the left the full feature set is $143.33 and on the right it's $191.11. I know there's a reason for this, but....... Gerry
    Posted to Logos 7 by Gerald P. Swetsky on Tue, Aug 23 2016
  • Re: What's Going on Here, Logos?

    Thanks, MJ. Reason for posting; I have been waiting two years for the English Bible Collection to clear Community Pricing. I was 76 years old when I added my bid. Next month I will be 78. I have lost all hope in ever seeing my English Bible Collection. Also, since those Bibles are in the Silver, it would behoove me to NOT update my Silver till the English
    Posted to General by Gerald P. Swetsky on Sun, May 29 2016
  • What's Going on Here, Logos?

    I was searching through Logos to see exactly what would be required to bring my Logos Silver up to date. I noticed that among the new resources I would receive were the Geneva Bible, two Wicliffe Bibles and the Tyndale Bible. These three Bibles were starred, meaning they were not yet available, but would be added to my collection at a later date. Let
    Posted to General by Gerald P. Swetsky on Sun, May 29 2016
  • Re: Logos Now Question - Misinformation?

    Well what about the crossgrades page at: https://www.logos.com/products/search?q=Crossgrade Will that give me some upgrades / improvements and where can I see what I'm getting with each crossgrade? Gerry
  • Re: Logos Now Question - Misinformation?

    I was enjoying adding features and datasets to my Silver Edition which were within my ability to pay for them. Now apparently all those new features etcetera are contained in a subscription based package that I must continue to support or I lose whatever I was enjoying. I want to upgrade to the multiple resources tool and others which I would own by
  • Re: Logos Now Question - Misinformation?

    Thank you for the quick response. I just fired off a letter to the Logos rep I spoke with earlier. I don't know if he was misinformed or I didn't understand him correctly. Last night I tried to upgrade my network backup software only to find out on the last page of the order I was not purchasing the software, but renting it on an annual basis. I cancelled
  • Logos Now Question - Misinformation?

    In a telephone conversation with a Logos rep yesterday I was told that when I subscribed to Logos Now, I would receive all the upgrades / tools that have been made / added to Logos 6 to that point. I then asked if I later unsubscribed, would I then lose all I had received up to that date. I was told, no, I would own everything that had been added to
  • Re: "At Startup Open To....." What??

    So if one is unfortunate enough to have a power failure or a lock up and hasn't recently done a save, he is at the very least, inconvenienced. Bringing up Firefox again, it apparently saves every change to the browser to a profile, so in the event of a crash or failure to kill the browser before rebooting or shutting down, you are given the option to
    Posted to Logos 6 by Gerald P. Swetsky on Fri, Nov 6 2015
  • Re: "At Startup Open To....." What??

    FL???? I have another desktop (Win 10) which I seldom use. It has Logos on it. I closed Logos on my main computer and started the Win 10 machine. When I started Logos, all windows came up at exactly the same place where I had left them on the Win 7 computer. I then advanced my study in all windows to GA 6:1, one chapter ahead of where it was when I
    Posted to Logos 6 by Gerald P. Swetsky on Thu, Nov 5 2015
  • Re: "At Startup Open To....." What??

    Dave, maybe we have a problem witn an OS setting. I'm running Win 7 pro here till I can upgrade to 10. Firefox acts the same way as Logos. If I don't close FF before shutting down or rebooting, the next time I restart FF tells me it has crashed and offering to restart using the last good profile. That's never been much of a problem, but with Logos,
    Posted to Logos 6 by Gerald P. Swetsky on Thu, Nov 5 2015
  • Re: "At Startup Open To....." What??

    What did I do to prevent it, Dave? In all the years I've been using Logos, I surely must have rebooted or shut down the computer without first shutting down Logos once or twice. I was thinking this might be a problem which has only recently cropped up, but who knows. Gerry
    Posted to Logos 6 by Gerald P. Swetsky on Thu, Nov 5 2015
  • Re: "At Startup Open To....." What??

    It happened again. Admittedly, I restarted my computer without shutting down Logos first; something that rarely happens. However, when I restarted Logos, it opened to Galatians 4:22 in my study, not 4:28. Galatians 4:22 was where I started this morning. 4:28 was where I was when I restarted my computer. Not earth shaking because I remembered where I
    Posted to Logos 6 by Gerald P. Swetsky on Wed, Nov 4 2015
  • Re: "At Startup Open To....." What??

    [quote user="Jack Caviness"]If your last use of Logos ended in an abnormal way—crash? force quit? etc?—Logos will open with the last saved layout (or last successful termination).[/quote] We did recently have to reload the OS and all programs due to a failure of our liquid cooling system and subsequent failure of the motherboard. However, Logos had
    Posted to Logos 6 by Gerald P. Swetsky on Sat, Oct 24 2015
  • Re: "At Startup Open To....." What??

    [quote user="Graham Criddle"]The Local setting should open Logos back to the same place as when you closed it on that machine The Any setting should open Logos back to the same place as when you last closed it on any machine you run Logos on[/quote] Then if I'm only running Logos on one machine, I should be able to use either setting [quote user="Graham
    Posted to Logos 6 by Gerald P. Swetsky on Sat, Oct 24 2015
  • "At Startup Open To....." What??

    Under Tools->Utilities->Program Settings why do I have "Most recent layout-Local" and "Most recent layout-Any"? All I want is for the program to open to where I left it and so far it doesn't seem to want to do that. Do I have to save my layout every time I close the program? I had it set to "local" and apparently that wasn't right. Fortunately, I wrote
    Posted to Logos 6 by Gerald P. Swetsky on Sat, Oct 24 2015
  • Re: Solid State Drives - A Good Idea?

    Appreciate all the replies especially Mr. Hooten's. I take slight issue with Mr. Dunning, however, in comparing the life of an HDD to an SSD. I have never heard of life of a hard drive being dependent on the number of read/write cycles as opposed to breakdown due to mechanical wear. I guess I'll just string along and try not to worry about who goes
    Posted to General by Gerald P. Swetsky on Fri, Oct 2 2015
  • Solid State Drives - A Good Idea?

    Since solid state drives or SSD's have a finite number of read/write cycles, though it is hardly a consideration in casual day-to-day use, is an SSD a good idea with Logos software? It seems like Logos is constantly indexing, all the time shortening the life of an SSD drive. I use Photoshop extensively and am equipped with two SSD's, one a terabyte
    Posted to General by Gerald P. Swetsky on Thu, Oct 1 2015
  • Re: Solid State Drives

    Exactamundo!
    Posted to General by Gerald P. Swetsky on Thu, Oct 1 2015
  • Re: Solid State Drives

    Since we're talking about first computers, I still own my first computer, an IMSAI which I bought in 1977. It had no video monitor, no keyboard and no printer. You entered data by entering it byte by byte via front panel switches. Beat that, youngsters!
    Posted to General by Gerald P. Swetsky on Thu, Oct 1 2015
  • Re: Searching Notes in Logos 6

    -> * Finally! * Gerry
    Posted to Logos 6 by Gerald P. Swetsky on Fri, Jul 10 2015
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