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  • Re: A crossover post

    @MJ, I really don't have the desire to put the time or energy into wiring all of the pieces together for anybody. The decisions have been made, the momentum is in play, and the market will take care of things. To put it as simply as I can, if I could spend a few hundreds dollars to convert my library to another platform that serves my needs, I would
    Posted to Logos 4 by David on Tue, Jul 6 2010
  • Re: A crossover post

    @Matthew, I clicked on William's profile when responding thinking I was viewing your profile. That's what made me think you had no plant experience and were just being cocky. Considering your experience, you should know exactly what I'm talking about.
    Posted to Logos 4 by David on Tue, Jul 6 2010
  • Re: A crossover post

    MJ, I think we could probably beat this horse forever. But I don't think we need to because I think Bob P. has made it clear that L4 is based on a paradigm shift, that involves the rejection (not totally, but enough to cause grief) of time-tested, proven, intuitive conventions, methodologies, etc. that have made Windows apps that incorporate said conventions
    Posted to Logos 4 by David on Mon, Jul 5 2010
  • Re: A crossover post

    [quote user="William Bingham"] [quote user="Matthew C Jones"] Simplified User Interface: Duhh, does a DoubleBurger gots 2 or 3 meats on it? Next thing it needs is pictures of the coins & bills so the users can properly count back change. [/quote] Matthew, I agree but I think one thing needs to be added. They need the pictures of the coins and bills
    Posted to Logos 4 by David on Mon, Jul 5 2010
  • Re: A crossover post

    @Matthew Yes, they know how to make a very pretty app. One man's art, though is another man's clutter. I personally don't ever want to see that page again.
    Posted to Logos 4 by David on Mon, Jul 5 2010
  • Re: A crossover post

    [quote user="Matthew C Jones"] I can't concieve of BobP being "treacherous." I thank God for the whole Pritchett clan. Let's leave hyperbole at the door. [/quote] Nor can I. The comparison pertains to how a malfunctioning body part impairs the function of the whole body. [quote user="Matthew C Jones"] Logos 4 is a beautiful piece of software. It is
    Posted to Logos 4 by David on Mon, Jul 5 2010
  • Re: Some thanks to Logos, and Eeepc query...

    I use an Asus, 1.66 CPU, with 2 GB RAM, Windows XP, and it works fine with only slight lags now and then. I keep about 15 apps open all the time, total memory usage being about 1 GB. I'm certain I do not hammer L4 the way some people here do, but its performance is fine for what I do.Though a slight hassle, I do discipline myself to minimize applications
    Posted to Logos 4 by David on Mon, Jul 5 2010
  • Re: A crossover post

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] My windows often has the version under Help>About which Is just where I find it in Logos: [/quote] Well, shazaam. There it is. Please forgive the software fatigue that caused me to not register the icon. It's what happens when you make your living fighting with poorly designed software. I'm serious. [quote user="MJ. Smith"]
    Posted to Logos 4 by David on Sun, Jul 4 2010
  • Re: A crossover post

    [quote user="DanGiese"] [quote user="Michael Paul"]Second, if you are going to make a Mac application at least stick to the standard form of a Mac menu, namely the File menu. Aren't there some form of human interface guidelines here?[/quote] I've thought that since I first saw Logos 4. Too much of the GUI looks like a Windows program and ignores standard
    Posted to Logos 4 by David on Sun, Jul 4 2010
  • Re: A crossover post

    [quote user="Bob Pritchett"] If it's any consolation, it doesn't look like a Windows app either. :-) Our first loyalty is to ease of use, and with Logos 4 we decided to do "what's right for Logos 4" even when it broke from the rigid platform UI guide. (Our observation of both Apple and Microsoft applications is that they do exactly the same thing when
    Posted to Logos 4 by David on Sun, Jul 4 2010
  • Re: A crossover post

    [quote user="Michael Paul"] Okay ... I'm done. Thank you for listening for the upteenth time. And please, can anyone back me up here? [/quote] Yes, I will. And thank you for the opportunity. I don't think Logos has a clue how to design an intuitive, easy to use interface. For some reason they have to make things difficult to use. As one example, I can
    Posted to Logos 4 by David on Sun, Jul 4 2010
  • Re: Logos 4.0d

    [quote user="Dave Hooton"] It'll take twice as long to Index but I doubt the heat will be substantially reduced because the remaining core can still be used by other programs! You would be better off using Power Options in Control Panel settings and setting the CPU to about 70% (or set to Medium if you have a third party utility) because that allows
    Posted to Logos 4 by David on Tue, Jun 29 2010
  • Re: Logos 4.0d

    [quote user="Thomas Black"]Well on the bright side, I now get to test my laptop's cooling capacity.[/quote] I try to make laptop fan run slower by setting Logos4Indexer.exe to run only only one processor. Runs at 50% CPU usage instead of 95%. Less CPU, less heat. At least I think it helps. Task Manager > Processes tab > Select Logos4Indexer.exe > Right
    Posted to Logos 4 by David on Tue, Jun 29 2010
  • Re: Anyone running Logos 3 resources running on Logos 4?

    OK. Thanks for the info. BTW, what does the star icon underneath your photo mean? Several people have them.
    Posted to General by David on Mon, May 17 2010
  • Re: Anyone running Logos 3 resources running on Logos 4?

    OK. It's making sense now. I don't have to pay to upgrade my resources to L4. I thought I did. The reason I don't want the L4 resources is because of the indexing. I know it makes things faster, but at 95% CPU usage for hours, it's brutal on my laptop fan.
    Posted to General by David on Mon, May 17 2010
  • Re: Anyone running Logos 3 resources running on Logos 4?

    So is the proper procedure updating via L3, then porting these (or whatever you do) over to L4? I don't understand the concept of using a free program, and having to pay for the resources; but when you use the free program, you get the resources for free. BTW, I encountered the situation you mentioned. I typed "Update Now" to get updated L3 resources
    Posted to General by David on Mon, May 17 2010
  • Anyone running Logos 3 resources running on Logos 4?

    Is anyone running Logos 3 resources exclusively (i.e., no L4 resources) on Logos 4? If so, how is it? Also, does the indexing thing happen when updating L3 resources?
    Posted to General by David on Mon, May 17 2010
  • Re: Building at the top of the Mount of Offense?

    [quote user="Todd Phillips"] Not sure what this has to do with Logos, but.. Could it be the Seven Arches Hotel ? http://www.7arches.com/gallery02.htm [/quote] Oh. I just saw General and figured it was for general topics. Sorry. This is the only forum I'm a member of. Thanks for the link.
    Posted to General by David on Wed, Mar 24 2010
  • Building at the top of the Mount of Offense?

    Does anyone know what the southernmost building/church/monastery/hospital is at the top of the Mount of Offense in Jerusalem? I can see it on a satellite photo, but can't find a map listing the name.
    Posted to General by David on Wed, Mar 24 2010
  • Re: I recommend that the Logos Team get some ITIL Training

    Linux is a completely different paradigm. Open source requires a collaborative effort. L4 is not open source. Unfortunately, from my experience, the software industry, in some cases, has become a legalized scam. Ship an incomplete, untested product, to facilitate cash flow, and expect the customer to debug it for you. There's nothing the customer can
    Posted to Logos 4 by David on Mon, Mar 22 2010
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