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  • Re: Invasion of the Notes!!! I can't find the real notes anymore because of a thousand copies of notes that should be elsewhere!

    [quote user="Adam Borries (Faithlife)"] I did some light testing, and confirmed that if a note is anchored to a book, it appears at the beginning of every chapter/article. I'll have the team take a look. [/quote] Thank you! [quote user="Adam Borries (Faithlife)"] [quote user="David Sloan"] the problem started showing up in Logos 7 as soon as Logos 8
    Posted to Logos Notes by David Sloan on Fri, Nov 9 2018
  • Re: Invasion of the Notes!!! I can't find the real notes anymore because of a thousand copies of notes that should be elsewhere!

    [quote user="David Taylor Jr"] If you have a notebook open, and right click a passage and click "Add Note" it adds it to the appropriate notebook. [/quote] It appears to me that it makes the note, but not in my notebook. (How would it even know which notebook I want something in?) I have different notebooks on different topics. So, for example, I am
    Posted to Logos Notes by David Sloan on Fri, Nov 9 2018
  • Re: Invasion of the Notes!!! I can't find the real notes anymore because of a thousand copies of notes that should be elsewhere!

    So far, this problem has not been resolved, and I am finding the new notes system to be rather frustrating. I want to go back to Logos 7! Even creating new notes is more difficult. I used to be able to add a note to a notebook simply by having that notebook open and right-clicking on a verse and choosing "Add a Note to [notebook name]." Now I have to
    Posted to Logos Notes by David Sloan on Fri, Nov 9 2018
  • Re: Invasion of the Notes!!! I can't find the real notes anymore because of a thousand copies of notes that should be elsewhere!

    Yes, it was checked, but when I unchecked it, nothing changed. I should mention that it varies how many copies I see. So in the NRSV John 1 has 7 notes at the end of the text and then on the next line, at the beginning of John 2 (with only whitespace between those notes and these), there are the same 7 notes repeated, plus the two notes that I have
    Posted to Logos Notes by David Sloan on Fri, Nov 2 2018
  • Invasion of the Notes!!! I can't find the real notes anymore because of a thousand copies of notes that should be elsewhere!

    I have a lot of notes across many notebooks, with many of them tagged to specific Bible verses. Now for some reason I am seeing tons of copies of the notes. For example, I have seven different notes tagged to the Gospel of John as a whole (one on authorship, one on date, one on provenance, and so forth). Now if I open to the Gospel of John, I see those
    Posted to Logos Notes by David Sloan on Thu, Nov 1 2018
  • Re: Publication Date

    The dates have proven to be quite problematic for me. When writing articles or book chapters I find myself going back and correcting dates in my footnotes for all of the commentaries I've cited. The Anchor Yale Bible is particularly frustrating. The publication date is typically given as 2008, and if you look at the book info it will give a copyright
    Posted to General by David Sloan on Thu, Aug 2 2018
  • Re: Logos 8 release coming?

    New versions of Logos used to be released in November, on time for everyone to do their Christmas shopping (and on time for theological society meetings). Logos 7 was the first version to be released in August, on time for the new school year. It surprised me because I was expecting the release in November 2016 and it came early. It appears now that
    Posted to Logos 7 by David Sloan on Thu, Aug 2 2018
  • Hebrew and Aramaic Inscriptions Not in Bible Word Study or Passage Guide?

    I recently picked up the Ancient Literature Collection (30 vols.) . Many of the volumes I had already owned, but I bought it for the Hebrew and Canaanite Inscriptions and for the Aramaic Inscriptions, and I expected that I would start seeing these show up in the Textual Searches section of Word Studies and in the Ancient Literature section of the Passage
    Posted to General by David Sloan on Wed, Jul 25 2018
  • Re: Church Fathers on sale

    [quote user="doc"] The full set is currently in Verbum Portfolio, Standard Portfolio and Collector’s Edition. [/quote] I forgot that this is in Logos 7. Portfolio was out of my price range. But maybe that makes it less likely that it will be in Logos 8!
    Posted to General by David Sloan on Thu, Jun 14 2018
  • Re: Church Fathers on sale

    What do you think are the chances they include the set with Logos 8 Platinum or Diamond? I want to buy a number of the volumes, but I wonder if this set in particular is on sale because it is about to be bundled into a new base package, and I'd rather not buy it now and then find it it would have been included with something I will be buying soon.
    Posted to General by David Sloan on Thu, Jun 14 2018
  • Re: The Case Against Q: Studies in Markan Priority and Synoptic Problem by Mark Goodacre

    Goodacre's work spawned many subsequent works arguing for the Farrer Hypothesis, and should definitely be in Logos. I would also like to see Goodacre and Perrin's Questioning Q and Poirier and Peterson's Marcan Priority without Q in Logos. I doubt that these works will dismount the two-document hypothesis as the majority view, but everyone should have
    Posted to Suggestions by David Sloan on Fri, Jan 19 2018
  • Does a library price go up if not bundled with the full feature set?

    I am on the fence regarding whether or not to buy a library with this release. I put Logos 7 Platinum in my cart and noticed that it put two items in my cart: the full feature set and the platinum library. Since I am being indecisive, I thought I could at least purchase the full feature set now and decide on the library later, but when I moved the library
    Posted to Logos 7 by David Sloan on Tue, Aug 23 2016
  • Re: What happened to Orthodox Platinum?

    Disciple of Christ, you've had bad experiences with communication from Faithlife? My experience has only been good, but this retirement is disappointing. I wonder if we call Sales (when they're less busy) if they could pull the 6 base package out of retirement for us. Based on my experience I think they'll be more accommodating than you expect.
    Posted to Orthodox Products by David Sloan on Tue, Aug 23 2016
  • Still cannot compare libraries

    After having problems with the website all day, it is nice to be able to look at individual Logos 7 base packages now, but if I try to compare libraries it bounces me away from that page to logos.com/7, which will not show me the differences between Gold and Platinum and so forth. Will https://www.logos.com/compare/Standard work soon?
    Posted to Logos.com by David Sloan on Mon, Aug 22 2016
  • Re: What happened to Orthodox Platinum?

    [quote user="Russel Taylor"] This is disappointing. I was hoping to upgrade to Platinum eventually. [/quote] Me too. My plan was to wait until Logos 7 came out and then get the Orthodox Platinum, but now there are no Orthodox base packages at all.
    Posted to Orthodox Products by David Sloan on Mon, Aug 22 2016
  • Library Comparison Spreadsheet

    Could we get a spreadsheet posted on the forum with a list of resources in each base package? That would help tremendously while we cannot navigate all of the other pages on the website.
    Posted to Logos 7 by David Sloan on Mon, Aug 22 2016
  • No Orthodox base package?

    When I go to compare base packages I do not see an Orthodox base package. Is this coming in the future?
    Posted to Logos 7 by David Sloan on Mon, Aug 22 2016
  • Re: Expository Times

    [quote user="Mark Barnes"] I was rather astonished to see no-one has suggested the Expository Times as a suitable Logos resource. There are literally thousands of references to ExpTim in Logos (8,234 in my resources). Persuading Sage to allow publication at a reasonable cost may be tricky, though. [/quote]
    Posted to Suggestions by David Sloan on Wed, Jun 1 2016
  • Re: .99 Pre-Pub

    I have required this book for some of my courses. It is the simplest introduction to the New Perspective that I have read. Yinger attempts to be fair to both sides of the debate (though he does not do as good of a job representing the objections to the New Perspective as I would like). In the Romans course I am currently teaching, I am requiring this
    Posted to General by David Sloan on Tue, Oct 20 2015
  • Re: Use of 'exodus' terminology in the NT

    It looks like many of the above solutions miss a lot of the allusions. For example, when Jesus feeds the multitude and crosses the "Sea" (Lake Gennesaret is hardly a "sea"; that word may be used as a reminder of the story of the crossing of the Sea in Exodus), probably all the Evangelists saw this as an allusion to the exodus narrative. Clearly John
    Posted to General by David Sloan on Tue, Oct 20 2015
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