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  • Re: Custom lectionaries ok?

    Well that's unfortunate. That's a huge disadvantage for ver 4, I use the lectionary to drive my Bible reading, and the Logos version is inadequate. Consider me on the sidelines re: upgrade to version 4.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Don Awalt on Tue, Nov 3 2009
  • Custom lectionaries ok?

    If a person has developed their own lectionary (ie using the XML file format that is documented), does this work fine in Logos 4?
    Posted to Logos 4 by Don Awalt on Mon, Nov 2 2009
  • Re: Pre-pubs affected? FTP needed?

    Thanks! Maybe someone can clarify the PrePub purchase question, I am sure no one wants to pay twice and it seems any given prepub may or may not be in someone's upgraded library...
    Posted to Logos 4 by Don Awalt on Mon, Nov 2 2009
  • Pre-pubs affected? FTP needed?

    HI all, I have two questions about version 4 - 1. If I have bought any pre-pubs that are in a version of Logos 4 that I upgrade to, do I need to cancel the order? Have they been pulled out of Pre-pubs? Or are there no book in pre-pub that are in an upgraded package? I sure don't want to buy something twice! 2. I use JFTP to sync my system with any new
    Posted to Logos 4 by Don Awalt on Mon, Nov 2 2009
  • Re: OT: Upgrading to Windows 7

    "640K ought to be enough for anybody." -Attributed to Gates in 1981. Gates considered the IBM PC's 640kB program memory a significant breakthrough over 8-bit systems that were typically limited to 64kB "I have to say in 1981 making those decisions I felt like I was providing enough freedom for ten years, that is the move from 64k to 640k felt like something
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Don Awalt on Fri, Jul 31 2009
  • Re: OT: Upgrading to Windows 7

    No problem, I said I wasn't sure. But it's not a true second processor like multi-core is. Shared resources internal to the CPU will decrease the scaling (I think I read somewhere that 2 hyperthreaded CPUs are something like 1.4 CPUs in actual performance). Here's a recent article on whether to go 64 bit with Windows 7... http://www.techspot.com/guides
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Don Awalt on Fri, Jul 31 2009
  • Re: OT: Upgrading to Windows 7

    My point on memory Dave was more processes running simultaneously will use more memory - and there will be more swapping to disk and memory starvation otherwise. I didn't suggest buying an 8 core system, I said they are coming and that, and the proper sizing of their memory requirements, is the reason the industry is moving to 64 bit and 32 bit will
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Don Awalt on Fri, Jul 31 2009
  • Re: OT: Upgrading to Windows 7

    FYI Hyper threading and multi core are NOT the same thing. While both give the ability to execute mutliple programs simultaneously, hyperthreading does so by creating a virtual second processor - resources are shared between the two processors, 1 being real and one being virtual. In this scenario, cache, registers, and execution units to execute two
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Don Awalt on Fri, Jul 31 2009
  • Re: OT: Upgrading to Windows 7

    I am running Windows 7 Release Candidate on a laptop and desktop and it is worlds better than Vista. I definitely concur that 64 bit is the way to go, the server version of Windows 7 (which is called Windows Serer 2008 R2) is only being issued as 64 bit so the writing is on the wall that 32 bit will be very obsolete. Where 64 bit will really be almost
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Don Awalt on Thu, Jul 30 2009
  • John Henry Newman prepub

    I am asking folks to consider purchasing this wonderful book on John Henry Newman . for $1500now on PrePub for $160! I don't think most people realize across all denominations of Christianity how much Newman offered. He anticipated many key themes of the church and Christianity well before their time. Newman was a deeply historical theologian. Newman
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Don Awalt on Mon, Jul 27 2009
  • Re: Logos and Live Sync

    This answer was not correct on deleting files. LiveSync allows you to configure computers to either automatically synchronize, as changes are made, or to do it manually. Second, the default behavior is that if a file is deleted on one computer, it will delete on all - after all, you have said you want to keep the computers SYNCHRONIZED, and you just
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Don Awalt on Sat, Jul 25 2009
  • Re: Serial # and SESB 3.0 Update

    I actually called them last night since they are West Coast, and they did it on their end. I checked in the Account Summary, it was the identical serial number I put in twice, carefully - the operator didn't have an idea what might be wrong. Sounds like some sort of software glitch but the license worked...
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Don Awalt on Mon, Jul 20 2009
  • Serial # and SESB 3.0 Update

    I got my SESB 3.0 update today, and it keeps saying invalid serial number. Anyone else having this problem?
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Don Awalt on Mon, Jul 20 2009
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