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  • Re: iPhone / iPod / iPad apps

    I agree a Logos/Laridian comparison is not apples to apples - that's probably the reason the Laridian offering has significant performance advantage. Logos tries to do too much on the iPhone (and users are asking for yet more) and, in my view, just isn't up to the job I need. The desktop is similar - I can't do all the sophisticated lookup and cross
    Posted to Old iOS Forum (research only) by Stephen Coles on Fri, Aug 27 2010
  • Re: iPhone / iPod / iPad apps

    I've been disappointed with the IPhone app, too. The idea of being able to use Logos on my iPhone was part of my reason for upgrading but, like others here, it's very limited away from a good internet connection (e.g. in my local church). I had Laridian's MyBible on my previous Palm and that could search, highlight and make notes. I've now loaded their
    Posted to Old iOS Forum (research only) by Stephen Coles on Wed, Aug 25 2010
  • Re: 2.04 GB of Downloads: Another call for selective downloads please

    I run Logos4 on my desktop and a laptop. Internet connection is turned off on the laptop to avoid this hassle (and totally unrealistic considering it's normal internet access is over metered 3G). I only download to my desktop (still a pain) but, once all the indexing is finished, I back up the whole Logos folder to a backup drive (FYI I use Microsoft
    Posted to Logos 4 by Stephen Coles on Wed, Jun 30 2010
  • Re: 2.04 GB of Downloads: Another call for selective downloads please

    I'd support a call for more selectivity, as we had in v3. I've got internet access switched off on my laptop because every time I go to use it it wants to download some update or other. It's even becoming a pain on my desktop - I get around 6MBps download speed and no cap, but the downloading and re-indexing slows everything down. I'm now using Logos
    Posted to Logos 4 by Stephen Coles on Tue, Jun 29 2010
  • Re: Will the NIV soon be available on the iphone?

    I thought the idea of the iPhone app was that any books in your library would be available. The NIV is the most notable exception and has meant I normally use another app for Bible reading - I previously had Laridian's MyBible on my Palm and they've provided a free iPhone app and my NIV has copied over fine.
    Posted to Old iOS Forum (research only) by Stephen Coles on Sun, Apr 4 2010
  • Send Notes to another user

    Is there a way to send notes to another user? My reason is that my wife runs the Sunday School and regularly misses the sermon. As a lay Reader I do pulpit supply on quite a few Sundays but, when I'm not, I take the sound desk at my wife's church. I've put Logos4 on my laptop and starting to use it to make notes from the sermon - not a transcript, but
    Posted to Logos 4 by Stephen Coles on Sun, Feb 21 2010
  • Re: Load software onto second computer?

    Dave, I backed up the Logos4 folder as described (over my home network to a raid 5 NAS box, in my case). I then manually created the Logos4 folder and copied the files back from the NAS box onto a new PC that has never had Logos on it. I then ran the file downloaded from Logos, provided when I bought my Silver upgrade. I don't recall all the messages
    Posted to Logos 4 by Stephen Coles on Sun, Feb 21 2010
  • Re: Load software onto second computer?

    A variation on the three methods on the Wiki worked for me (going from a Vista PC to Win7). I'd done the first install via a download, so this copy method saved a lot of time: 1) Copy the current installation to an external drive; this is the full file and directory structure below Logos4. 2) Create your Logos4 folder on the new PC (and I'd recommend
    Posted to Logos 4 by Stephen Coles on Sat, Feb 20 2010
  • Re: Managing Two Licenses

    I can see both sides of the argument. Printed books can be passed around and passed on but, in general, only one person can use a book at a time. Logos CAN be installed on multiple PCs and used by several folk concurrently; if they stay in offline mode they shouldn't even interfere with each others work. The software is actually restricted a lot less
    Posted to Logos 4 by Stephen Coles on Fri, Feb 12 2010
  • Re: Managing Two Licenses

    Having had a bit longer to play with Logos4 on my PC and laptop, and finding I'm warming to the idea of greater synchronisation with the web, plan A (separate copy for my wife) definitely seems the best option. Changes made on my PC are echo'd to my laptop, and vice versa. Plan B would likely have led to frustration (and, possibly, arguments)! Support
    Posted to Logos 4 by Stephen Coles on Thu, Feb 11 2010
  • Re: Logos 4 on a netbook - success

    A laptop/netbook installation option that worked for me: 1) Install onto your main/faster PC and let it do all the indexing it wants to do. 2) Backup the installation to a separate hard drive. On Vista, all the files were in under AppData/Local/Logos4; it's the same location for WIndows7 - I don't know the location for XP but I'm sure somebody will
    Posted to Logos 4 by Stephen Coles on Thu, Feb 11 2010
  • Re: Managing Two Licenses

    Thanks to all who have replied so quickly - all answers have contributed to a solution. Having got my Logos4 Silver version installed and running, I've seen it installs in a much more convenient form than version 3 - all under one directory. Having backed that up to my backup drive, I thought to see if I could then use that to avoid another overnight
    Posted to Logos 4 by Stephen Coles on Wed, Feb 10 2010
  • Managing Two Licenses

    Having read the licensing restrictions, when recently upgrading my Scholars Silver to v4 I also bought a second Logos4 package (Bible Study) to run on a second laptop, primarily for my wife. I'm just wondering if the licensing gubbins will be able to differentiate between my two systems - the Scholars Silver on my main PC (with several additional book
    Posted to Logos 4 by Stephen Coles on Tue, Feb 9 2010
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