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  • Need an installer for OS X 10.10.5

    Hi, everyone, I just finished moving and am setting up an older Mac Mini that can run no higher than OS X 10.10.5. Before we moved, the computer happily ran Logos 6, but now that product can no longer log onto Faithlife's servers. So, I tried to upgrade to Logos 8 with the most recent installer. That requires OS X 10.11 or later, which this Mac can
    Posted to Logos 8 by -- on Sat, Apr 27 2019
  • Re: Introducing Faithlife Connect

    I got the e-mail regarding the new, new Faithlife Connect and want OUT. Please refund me for everything and send me the coupon code promised. I have tried to get this resolved via e-mail and your support staff is refusing to do so. Thanks.
    Posted to General by -- on Sat, Mar 10 2018
  • Re: Logos Now and Logos 7

    It's disappointing to see bronze-starred bullies. In all seriousness, I'm praying for you.
    Posted to General by -- on Sat, Mar 19 2016
  • Re: Logos Now and Logos 7

    I agree! That's my point. But I've been told more than once on these forums that I should be happy to pay for ever-increasing book costs because it funds the engine. I don't know if they're simply trying to be apologists for FL, but at some point, the cost of "maintaining" digital content can't be going up 6-8% year. That's where I struggle with FL
    Posted to General by -- on Fri, Mar 18 2016
  • Re: Logos Now and Logos 7

    I think worrying about Logos Now vs. Logos 7 pricing is a red herring for most users in these forums. The greater concern to me is that continued price inflation of books. I ran a quick little price check on previous purchases and guesstimate that resources tend to increase 6-8% in price each year. It's really a shame--my purchases circa 2010 seem to
    Posted to General by -- on Fri, Mar 18 2016
  • Re: LDGNT Pricing Confusion

    There are a lot of bad "deals" with dynamic pricing. I completed a bundle last week for $158.58, which added two items to my library. I then noticed that if I bought one individually and the other through a different bundle (it was the sole item remaining), the pricing dropped down to $117. So, I paid $41 for thin air and had to argue with Customer
    Posted to General by -- on Fri, Mar 18 2016
  • Re: Before you buy Barth via MM:

    Whoops, I just checked, and I think prices have changed since I made the purchase a few months ago. Not as much a deal as it used to be.
    Posted to General by -- on Fri, Mar 18 2016
  • Re: Before you buy Barth via MM:

    Great catch. There are quite a few goofball pricing schemes such as that. Last time I checked, if you wanted a ton of Tozer, you're best off buying the Pentecostal Bronze package. If I remember correctly, it saved something like 50% off the price.
    Posted to General by -- on Fri, Mar 18 2016
  • Re: Another stealth increase of dynamic pricing

    I noticed price increases on several items in my shopping cart from last weekend. It seems that dynamic pricing is becoming less rewarding for those who own previously purchased resources within a bundle. Historically, looking at my past purchases, pricing tends to increase 6-8% each year. Also, you really have to look at every iteration of an item
    Posted to General by -- on Fri, Mar 18 2016
  • Re: I do not understand. Logos sales & emails

    I think it's time for a Logos reboot for sales and marketing. * From my experience, price increases are around 6-8% per annum. It's a bit mystifying since, theoretically, the cost of developing a Logos-fied version of a book has been sunk a long time ago, so the only ongoing cost is that of licensing. Even if the license were 50% of the purchase price
    Posted to General by -- on Fri, Mar 18 2016
  • Re: No rewards program

    Great feedback. Thanks for such a thoughtful response. My only counter would be that FL is already raising prices and has done so regularly over the years: just last weekend was the latest "update." Some items in my cart went up just a bit ($6.95 to $6.99) while others took an 8%ish jump ($72 to $77 and change). Hardly any business has pricing power
    Posted to Suggestions by -- on Wed, Mar 16 2016
  • Re: NT331 at a very affordable price

    Seriously, I already threw out my copy of the magazine having not seen the code. If someone can pass it along to me either here or via http://www.faithlife.com , I'd appreciate it.
    Posted to Logos Mobile Education by -- on Wed, Mar 16 2016
  • No rewards program

    I've been thinking a lot about what Faithlife could/should change as the company's paradigm shifts from growth to sustainability. One suggestion I made earlier was to move to Southwest Airlines-style pricing for everyone rather than the "legacy airline" model, which seems to fit the company's current modus operandus. I was wondering, though, why Faithlife
    Posted to Suggestions by -- on Wed, Mar 16 2016
  • Re: Ligonier RSB edition of Logos

    Right, the app had the 2005 notes plus other content, but it is a shame if they won't update the engine. Thus, abandon ware, especially if it ends up incompatible with future iOS updates.
    Posted to Suggestions by -- on Tue, Mar 15 2016
  • Re: Ligonier RSB edition of Logos

    F See #3
    Posted to Suggestions by -- on Tue, Mar 15 2016
  • Ligonier RSB edition of Logos

    Anybody know what's going on with the Ligonier edition of Logos? The app hasn't been updated since last summer and doesn't show up in the App Store anymore. Would be a shame if it is abandonware considering the fairly high initial purchase cost for resources that don't convey to the Logos app.
    Posted to Suggestions by -- on Tue, Mar 15 2016
  • Re: Quickly Export All Commentaries on a Passage

    This is how Handouts handles a passage request--it just doesn't use commentaries, unfortunately!
    Posted to General by -- on Sun, Feb 28 2016
  • Re: Quickly Export All Commentaries on a Passage

    The idea is that I'd love to have an auto-generated Word document for a particular passage that contains all of the pertinent content from my commentaries. This is much more useful for me to read offline than having to interact with the application each time. "Handouts" did this for media (not commentaries, at least not as of now), and I'm wondering
    Posted to General by -- on Sun, Feb 28 2016
  • Re: Quickly Export All Commentaries on a Passage

    Thanks for the reply--I'm trying to skip printing/exporting the LIST of resources and instead want to print/export the ACTUAL resources themselves that relate to the passage.
    Posted to General by -- on Sun, Feb 28 2016
  • Quickly Export All Commentaries on a Passage

    Hi, folks, Back under "Handouts" (before it was sadly deprecated), users could type in a passage and have a lot of media (maps, word find puzzles, pictures, etc...) culled from their libraries and presented in the format of a printer-friendly handout. (How this isn't "handy" is beyond me.) Does anyone have any idea on how to do something similar with
    Posted to General by -- on Sun, Feb 28 2016
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