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  • Greek deponent verbs

    Is there a resource we can obtain by right clicking on a deponent verb that would flag for us, that although the morphology is middle/passive, the function is active in voice? Thanks!
    Posted to Logos 4 by Jerry M on Mon, Aug 2 2010
  • Re: Finding a translated word in other translations of the bible

    I don't know if it was mentioned anywhere, but you can keep a Hebrew-English or a Greek-English interlinear open in a small panel and linked to whatever translation you are using and highlight the Hebrew word or Greek word you are interested in comparing to other translations and drag it to the search window. This may be helpful in making the comparison
    Posted to Logos 4 by Jerry M on Mon, Aug 2 2010
  • Re: Changing LORD to Yahweh

    [quote user="Francis"]. I reduced the size of the superscript label to 60% and gave it a green colour[/quote] Yes, this works well. I was pondering a system that would give grammatical clues without being overly intrusive. For example we have superscripts for number. We could use a solid color for mood and a colored underline for tense. I was already
    Posted to Logos 4 by Jerry M on Sat, Jul 31 2010
  • Re: Getting to know all those resources...

    [quote user="Dan DeVilder"]Check out this Mark Barnes method for creating a virtual bookshelf with all your resource covers. You can browse the thumbnails (scaled to different sizes according to your choice) and see what strikes you.[/quote] Or you can take several screen shots and use "paint" to make wallpaper. Then just stare at your computer display
    Posted to General by Jerry M on Fri, Jul 30 2010
  • Angels unaware?

    Peaked curiosity is a key to learning. Let an appeal go out to follow forum guidelines. Be courteous. Newbies see if a tutorial or wiki answers your question first. Search the forum to see if the issue has came up previously. Sometimes you can feel the exasperation in the air when someone could have easily found the answer themselves. (I am a newbie
    Posted to General by Jerry M on Thu, Jul 29 2010
  • Re: Changing LORD to Yahweh

    Posted to Logos 4 by Jerry M on Thu, Jul 29 2010
  • Re: Changing LORD to Yahweh

    I wanted to do something similar in the N.T. I noticed in the LXX that they translated the first part of God's name as εγω ειμι in Ex. 3:14. So I thought I would make a visual filter for the "I AM" sayings in the gospel of John. So first I ran a morph search for "εγω ειμι" and restricted it to John, which gave me a list of Jesus' "I AM" sayings. But
    Posted to Logos 4 by Jerry M on Thu, Jul 29 2010
  • Re: Changing LORD to Yahweh

    [quote user="Francis"]The other one I have often wished for but might be trickier to implement even in Logos 4 is to signal which second person pronouns (you) are singular and which are plural and to do so in a way that is not visually excessive[/quote] Francis, after reading this post, this is a visual filter I implemented. The "Pl" is not very intrusive
    Posted to Logos 4 by Jerry M on Tue, Jul 27 2010
  • Re: Getting to know all those resources...

    Dan, thanks for bringing this to our attention. I set up a virtual bookshelf and then set my laptop to slowly autoscroll. What a nice visual!
    Posted to General by Jerry M on Mon, Jul 26 2010
  • Re: searching for Greek phrase

    Actually the phrase in 1 Cor. 13:12 is "καθὼς καὶ" which is a different search.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Jerry M on Sat, Jul 24 2010
  • Re: TEXT COMPARSION QUESTION

    I was puzzled over why it sometimes displayed four and sometimes five. In my experience it was unrelated to the size of the verse. Prioritizing only let me choose which translations, but not how many. I remain puzzled.
    Posted to General by Jerry M on Wed, Jul 21 2010
  • Re: Greek text of KJV Interlinear?

    I continued digging around and I assume it is The New Testament in Greek (Scrivener 1881).
    Posted to General by Jerry M on Tue, Jul 20 2010
  • Greek text of KJV Interlinear?

    Does the KJV reverse interlinear use the Robinson/Pierpont Byzantine Greek N.T., or what is the correct name of the text that Logos uses for this interlinear text?
    Posted to General by Jerry M on Tue, Jul 20 2010
  • Re: Multiple layouts on two or more monitors

    P.S. Those who have multiple monitors know you must use a floating window to open resources in a second monitor, but I failed to mention it, so I do now. You can also drag several resources into a single folder in the favorites tool. You can right click on that folder and open them in a floating window to move to the second monitor. I do this with the
    Posted to General by Jerry M on Mon, Jul 19 2010
  • Re: Multiple layouts on two or more monitors

    Paul, if I understand your question, the answer is no. Logos is only controlled by your primary monitor to an extent. In other words, as far as I know, I can only open new tools and books from the primary monitor. But I can make duplicates of whatever I already have open. So I can make as many layouts as I want for the second monitor and the extra ones
    Posted to General by Jerry M on Mon, Jul 19 2010
  • Multiple layouts on two or more monitors

    I thought I would share a tip that some might use. I generally use a laptop with a second monitor. After I have loaded both windows with a layout I am using, I can then minimize either display and then drag whatever I want into the blank window. Then I can take my cursor to the task bar and hover over the Logos icon and choose between any of the additional
    Posted to General by Jerry M on Mon, Jul 19 2010
  • Re: Follow command for commentaries

    John, I like your idea also, and want to add my vote. Some logos users have multiple monitors, in which case you can have a duplicate of your Bible open and link it to link set A and send hyperlinks here, if you so desire. Your primary study Bible then, would remain unlinked. Back to your suggestion, perhaps the link set could be designated with a capital
    Posted to Suggestions by Jerry M on Mon, Jul 19 2010
  • Re: Go sit in a Morris Proctor Seminar

    "Thomas Black" Morris cleared up for me the power of collections Yes! I've spent some time tagging all of my commentaries (Platinum package), with critical ,exegetical and application commentary tags. I'm up to about twenty eight collections otherwise. He is a talented and patient teacher! I would love to go the Camp 2 meeting this December. "Get thee
    Posted to Logos 4 by Jerry M on Sat, Jul 17 2010
  • Re: SUGGESTION: Free Logos 4 Online Training Webinars

    Almost no one reads software manuals anymore Richard. I heartily agree with everything you said except this. I just came back from Morris' seminar in Chicago and his manuals that he brought were sold out before the end of the second day and they were taking shipping orders. Perhaps I have more time on my hands than a busy pastor, but I would read one
    Posted to Suggestions by Jerry M on Sat, Jul 17 2010
  • Re: I was only fair in English Grammar in school

    Perhaps Greek for the Rest of Us by William D. Mounce would be a good place to start. In his book he gives a link to the web site, BiblicalTraining.org. The book and the free online class, which is at that site under Foundations, takes you back to the basics on English grammar first, before he goes very deeply into Greek. (Sorry Logos, I didn't check
    Posted to General by Jerry M on Wed, Jul 14 2010
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