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  • Re: No 4.0a SR-1 downloading here.

    [quote user="Dewayne Davis"] That worked for me as well. Although I thought that beta pushed to stable automatically? Maybe not... [/quote] Yeah, I saw it does not. I'm going to just keep changing my update channel back and forth as new releases (whether stable or beta) come out. That way I stay up-to-date.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Daniel B. on Fri, Oct 8 2010
  • Re: Gold ...or... SR1 Beta?

    [quote user="David Mitchell"] I'm sure we all have anecdotes about the preferences of one or two users—that's why it's important to collect usage statistics, which we do (and not just from forum users!). For most users, printing was not nearly as important as all of the other new features that went into 4.0, so we skipped it. And with the advent of
    Posted to Logos 4 by Daniel B. on Fri, Oct 1 2010
  • Re: Gold ...or... SR1 Beta?

    [quote user="Pat Flanakin"] Perhaps you can name one software available that emphasizes literary use of resources where you cannot print. There may be another, but 99.9% of literary based software CAN PRINT. [/quote] absolutely.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Daniel B. on Fri, Oct 1 2010
  • Re: Gold ...or... SR1 Beta?

    [quote user="Mike Binks"] What use would primitive printing be? As I said in an earlier post; I can think of nothing in Logos that is presented in a form that I would want to print directly. [/quote] The uses of printing are many : 1. Reading something 'on paper'. MANY PEOPLE prefer to read things on paper as they can mark the text up. Sure, one can
    Posted to Logos 4 by Daniel B. on Fri, Oct 1 2010
  • Re: Gold ...or... SR1 Beta?

    Even very primitive printing would be awesome (and dearly needed)... If you simply allowed printing to PDF, standard size (8.5x11") paper with 1" margins, the user can do the rest.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Daniel B. on Thu, Sep 30 2010
  • Re: Gold ...or... SR1 Beta?

    Pastor Bob, SR1 Beta seems to be just as fast as the Gold. This is my second day of using it (using it pretty much all day/night) and I've seen no quirks.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Daniel B. on Thu, Sep 30 2010
  • Re: Word Biblical Commentary - can you advise me?

    Nicky, While I cannot speak for the whole set, volume 44 (Colossians, Philemon) is very good. Below is a screenshot. One of my professors 'highly' recommends the series. Whereas Dr. William Mounce in his book Greek for the Rest of Us , speaking on scholarly, exegetical commentaries notes: "I hesitate to list this series (WBC). Some of the volumes are
    Posted to General by Daniel B. on Thu, Sep 30 2010
  • Re: update

    Thank you, development folks! I'd bet the beta is just fine. Switching to beta channel
    Posted to Logos 4 by Daniel B. on Wed, Sep 29 2010
  • Re: Copy clipping to document, no footnote

    One can get the bibliographic information, but not the citation (including page#). For example... Bibliographic Henry, Matthew. Zondervan NIV Matthew Henry Commentary in one volume . Edited by Leslie F. Church and Gerald W. Peterman. Grand Rapids: Zondervan Publishing House, 1992. Citation Matthew Henry, Zondervan NIV Matthew Henry Commentary in one
    Posted to Logos 4 by Daniel B. on Wed, Sep 29 2010
  • Copy clipping to document, no footnote

    Doing some final research in a few commentaries for my exegetical research paper.... so I put some of the quotes from the WBC into a clippings. I went to paste these clippings into a Pages document, but the footnote is not there... Anyone else have this problem? Or is this a 'missing feature'? From what I understand, the work around is having to find
    Posted to Logos 4 by Daniel B. on Wed, Sep 29 2010
  • Re: "Ignorance is bliss!" Hardly!!!!!

    I took that quiz yesterday through the Time magazine article. I missed one (Jewish Sabbath). I put Saturday, forgetting it starts on Friday at sundown... The analysis of the data (as to those who took it) was not very surprising; the average Christian scored low and the average well-educated person 'off the street' scored quite well. We, myself certainly
    Posted to General by Daniel B. on Wed, Sep 29 2010
  • Re: Have you noticed ... The Evangelical Dictionary of Theology 2nd Ed is now a stand alone e-book

    It is an excellent reference work, which I own in hardback. But at that price, I do not believe I'll every be getting it in my Logos library... it cost me $40 through CBD . Can I exchange my hardback book for the Logos version?
    Posted to General by Daniel B. on Mon, Sep 27 2010
  • Re: Greek Diagrammatical Analysis Question

    [quote user="Jack Caviness"] It is the difference between doing your own research and allowing someone else to do your thinking for you. [/quote] Jack, That makes sense. I definitely want to do my own research. [quote user="Kevin Becker"] Daniel, you will get faster at diagramming as you practices it and learn Greek better…. However, keep in mind that
    Posted to General by Daniel B. on Mon, Sep 27 2010
  • Re: Top 10 Logos 4 Tricks

    Logos 4 Video tutorials are the way to go, in addition to the wiki. Admittedly, I have only watched the video tutorials by Mark Barnes . However, I watched them all (they are GREAT). After having watched them, my Logos proficiency grew exponentially and within 1 day I decided to even upgrade from Leader's to Scholar's version. Some of the best videos
    Posted to Logos 4 by Daniel B. on Sun, Sep 26 2010
  • Re: a better ( non scrolling) way to read my library on laptop pr desktop

    [quote user="Kevin Becker"] Hitting the space bar works in a similar fashion. [/quote] Fantastic - thank you, sir! That is going to be so helpful for reading. Since I don't have page up/down (laptop), I was having to always use the scroll bar.
    Posted to Suggestions by Daniel B. on Sun, Sep 26 2010
  • Greek Diagrammatical Analysis Question

    I just upgraded to Scholar's from Leader's Library [ In my undergrad I got some training on diagrammatical analysis ( Diagrammatical Analysis by Lee Kantenwein ). I did this for a passage of Scripture (Col 3:12-17) that I am examining for a Greek class. This seemed to take me hours and I had to rely on other tools (OpenText.org, et al) to figure out
    Posted to General by Daniel B. on Sun, Sep 26 2010
  • Re: Coming attractions in Logos 4 Mac

    Posted to Logos 4 by Daniel B. on Sun, Sep 26 2010
  • Re: Reading and studying within Logos

    [quote user="Ward Walker"] I'm hopeful that a tablet PC will get released soon that is powerful enough to run the full Logos software, cheap enough to not derail my book addiction purchases, and light enough to be something I read from in an easy chair like I do printed books. Are you listening, HP???[/quote] Come over to the Mac side... we have cookies
    Posted to General by Daniel B. on Thu, Mar 11 2010
  • Re: George Mueller rising! Great Deal!

    [quote user="Dan DeVilder"] [quote user="Daniel Brinton"]Impulse purchases aren't bad if they are for autobiographies of giants of the faith, such as Müller - right!?! [/quote] . . . you are exactly right! must be a seminarian! [/quote] Yessir. And having just recently purchased Logos, I can say that it has been enormously helpful in my research so
    Posted to General by Daniel B. on Sat, Mar 6 2010
  • Re: George Mueller rising! Great Deal!

    That is a really good deal. I'm in! Impulse purchases aren't bad if they are for autobiographies of giants of the faith, such as Müller - right!?!
    Posted to General by Daniel B. on Sat, Mar 6 2010
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