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  • History Suggestion

    I have been working my way through the Logos A to Z training and just finished the section on History. This thought came to mind when evaluating how the global history functioned. It would be really helpful if, as I do a study, I could save the portion to a named file that contained all my navigation for a particular study.I could then work on another
    Posted to Suggestions by Robert Braham on Fri, Oct 11 2019
  • Re: What does Your Desk Look Like?

    I am a retired information technology consultant and have always used multiple monitors for work space. At age 72, my personal goal with Logos is to take one final deep dive through the Bible. That journey has launched a mild distraction from my goal as I have included teaching an adult Sunday school class and a small group and therefore losing control
    Posted to Logos 8 by Robert Braham on Thu, Sep 19 2019
  • Logos 8 - Homes Page

    The "Home Page" seems to have changed. I have not viewed the Home Page for a while. Yesterday I went to it and noticed a behavior change. When the mouse hovers over a topic in the "Explore" section, a HTTP path appears in the form of a popup box blocking view to the topic. This happens even as you move the mouse around the screen for each article. I
    Posted to General by Robert Braham on Fri, Jun 7 2019
  • Re: Logos 8 Note Suggestions

    Sorry for the time lag between responses, but I wanted to actuslly start using Notes before I proceeded. I have listened to the seminars and training on notes, highlighting, and workflows, and have subscribed to the MP Seminars Online. I also spent my career as an Information Technology consultant specilizing in Database Design. Having said this,I am
    Posted to Logos Notes by Robert Braham on Fri, Apr 5 2019
  • Logos 8 Note Suggestions

    I have a couple of thoughts for what might be useful features in notes. If these are already available, please point me to where/how to do them. First, it would be nice to be able to build a hierarchical structure of notebooks within notebooks much like the MS Windows file system. For example, a user might create a notebook titled "God" containing sub
    Posted to Logos Notes by Robert Braham on Thu, Feb 28 2019
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