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  • Re: Find Verbs in Certain LXX Books

    They do have morphology, but I can't see to get it to work. Oh, well!
    Posted to General by tfjern on Wed, Jun 4 2014
  • Re: Find Verbs in Certain LXX Books

    Dave, if I may, can this same type of morph search also be done with the Greek Apocryphal Gospels and the Old Testament Pseudepigrapha? Just curious.
    Posted to General by tfjern on Wed, Jun 4 2014
  • Re: Find Verbs in Certain LXX Books

    Regarding the results. Is it possible to have the various units (mood, person, case, number, etc.) abbreviated or shortened, such as indicative = ind, or plural = plu, etc.? Also, the unit "gloss" seems to be missing (intentionally?). Is there some way to get it included? Thanks again for your kind help.
    Posted to General by tfjern on Sun, Jun 1 2014
  • Re: Find Verbs in Certain LXX Books

    Thanks to both of you.
    Posted to General by tfjern on Sun, Jun 1 2014
  • Find Verbs in Certain LXX Books

    Greetings! How does one compile a list of all the verbs (lemmas, parsings, etc.) in, say, GS Ex (Gottingen LXX Exodus)?
    Posted to General by tfjern on Sat, May 31 2014
  • Re: Regarding Logos' Interlinear Editor -- Waiting with Bated Breath ...

    No, I meant details about the much anticipated Interlinear Editor, which you said you witnessed in the flesh, not details about the view onto the bay.
    Posted to General by tfjern on Thu, Apr 3 2014
  • Re: Regarding Logos' Interlinear Editor -- Waiting with Bated Breath ...

    Attention: Donnie Hale! Could you give us a few more details about your pilgrimage to Logos HQ? What you posted is mighty tantalizing.
    Posted to General by tfjern on Thu, Apr 3 2014
  • Re: Regarding Logos' Interlinear Editor -- Waiting with Bated Breath ...

    Not 100% sure, hence the question mark. But my recent email did not received a response (it did receive the "Thanks for your email" blah-blah, but as I said, not a response from the company. Zilch. Goose egg. Maybe they are still working on a response. Possible, though it's been I think a month or so. Hence the alternative -- posting in the Forums.
    Posted to General by tfjern on Wed, Apr 2 2014
  • Re: Regarding Logos' Interlinear Editor -- Waiting with Bated Breath ...

    Well, would it be too much to ask if you did it for us, since Logos recently does not respond to me emails? (blocked because I e-mail from a certain Asian country?) Just asking. (Luke 6:30)
    Posted to General by tfjern on Wed, Apr 2 2014
  • Regarding Logos' Interlinear Editor -- Waiting with Bated Breath ...

    Some time ago, Bob Pritchett wrote: When we re-write our interlinear editor for Logos 4 (no date yet) my plan is to find a way to make it available to users, too. I hope we'll be able to make several specialized editors available. I know the audience is small, but for people who care the tools are awesome . Still no date on these "specialized editors
    Posted to General by tfjern on Wed, Apr 2 2014
  • Interlinear Editor for Logos

    A month or so ago, Bob Pritchett wrote: When we re-write our interlinear editor for Logos 4 (no date yet) my plan is to find a way to make it available to users, too. I hope we'll be able to make several specialized editors available. I know the audience is small, but for people who care the tools are awesome . Any news / progress on the Interlinear
    Posted to General by tfjern on Mon, Jan 6 2014
  • Re: Interlinear Translation Editor addin?

    Sounds good. We will wait for this product with bated breath. Thanks.
    Posted to General by tfjern on Wed, Nov 6 2013
  • Re: Interlinear Translation Editor addin?

    Unix, excuse me, but what in the world are you talking about?
    Posted to General by tfjern on Wed, Nov 6 2013
  • Re: Interlinear Translation Editor addin?

    Cute! But doesn't it contradict what Bob Pritchett wrote above? : When we re-write our interlinear editor for Logos 4 (no date yet) my plan is to find a way to make it available to users, too. I hope we'll be able to make several specialized editors available. I know the audience is small, but for people who care the tools are awesome . If this is not
    Posted to General by tfjern on Wed, Nov 6 2013
  • Re: Interlinear Translation Editor addin?

    Straight from the horse's mouth. In other words, the Logos Interlinear Translation Editor will be -- for the foreseeable future (which is never foreseeable) -- an in-house tool that will not be sold to the public, period, for reasons that are obvious.
    Posted to General by tfjern on Mon, Nov 4 2013
  • Re: Interlinear Translation Editor addin?

    To Bob Pritchett: Please make it so, and the sooner the better. We are not getting any younger. It has been over three years since this item was first discussed on this forum. You said, "We are actively working on" it. Could you give us a short progress report, or an estimate when it would be available for purchase? I gladly take back what I wrote above
    Posted to General by tfjern on Sat, Nov 2 2013
  • Re: Interlinear Translation Editor addin?

    If available I would buy it in a heartbeat. Seems to be better than SIL's FLEx and even Paratext. But don't hold your breath. Logos will never offer it for sale, sorry to say.
    Posted to General by tfjern on Fri, Nov 1 2013
  • Re: Lexham English New Testament Audio

    Thanks, but the files are not mp3s.
    Posted to General by tfjern on Sat, Sep 7 2013
  • Re: Lexham English New Testament Audio

    Yes, I have. Can't find where the darn thing has been downloaded, if at all. Be nice to know for sure about this resource (location, etc.). Does anyone know for sure?
    Posted to General by tfjern on Sat, Sep 7 2013
  • Lexham English New Testament Audio

    Greetings! It appears there is more activity in this forum than in the others, so I'll try to get an answer or some help here (another reason: my emails to Logos often go unanswered, but that's another story). Recently my Logos (5.1a SR-1) downloaded automatically - FREE! - the Lexham English New Testament Audio, which is a delight. Unfortunately, it
    Posted to General by tfjern on Sat, Sep 7 2013
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