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  • Re: New Studies in Biblical Theology

    [quote user="Bill Nienhuis"] We're working on it. [/quote] Awesome! Thanks so much! -Robert
    Posted to Suggestions by Robert Lombardi on Tue, Jan 27 2015
  • Re: Logos 4 Crashes when Launching

    That worked. -Thanks!
    Posted to Logos 4 by Robert Lombardi on Tue, Sep 18 2012
  • Logos 4 Crashes when Launching

    Logos 4 crashes when launching. The Logos desktop begins to launch, but Windows shows the crashing message moments after it appears. See attached log.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Robert Lombardi on Tue, Sep 18 2012
  • Re: Citing EEC

    I wonder if it would be possible for Logos to provide Chapter, Section titles automatically in the citation for those books which do not include page numbers.
    Posted to General by Robert Lombardi on Thu, Jun 9 2011
  • Citing the Evangelical Exegetical Commentary

    The first book released doesn't seem to have any page numbers. Citations don't show any location information for the cited text. What is the plan for citing text in the Evangelical Exegetical Commentary. Will there be page numbers? Do I need to specify the location manually, based on chapter and section headings?
    Posted to General by Robert Lombardi on Thu, Jun 9 2011
  • Re: Android

    Correct me if I'm wrong, but although it's Toshiba it will still be running an Android OS, so L4 will not run on it. It will still be running a Logos Android App.
    Posted to General by Robert Lombardi on Sat, Apr 30 2011
  • Re: Android

    Bill, Can you post a link to that video? Thanx.
    Posted to General by Robert Lombardi on Thu, Apr 28 2011
  • Re: Logos for iOS 1.7.0 Release Notes

    Awesome. Nota Bene is unrivaled for academic research and writing. Sign-up for the mailling list too. http://wnk.hamline.edu/mhonarc/notabene/2011/index.html Did you also purchase Archiva Platinum with the bibliographic converter? I print / export entire collections this way. I actually have one collection in Logos called "Bibliography". And I reuse
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Robert Lombardi on Mon, Apr 4 2011
  • Re: Logos for iOS 1.7.0 Release Notes

    Bummer, perhaps by the time they come out with that feature, iPad 3 will be released. Meanwhile, I'll stick to my laptop.
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Robert Lombardi on Fri, Apr 1 2011
  • Re: Logos for iOS 1.7.0 Release Notes

    When you say that it copies the citation ref, are you referring to the superscript number that appears in the text when you are copying a portion of text happens to be a citation by the author? I'm not referring to citations within the text, I'm referring to a citation OF the text that you are copying. For example, if you open volume 7 of the works
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Robert Lombardi on Fri, Apr 1 2011
  • Re: Logos for iOS 1.7.0 Release Notes

    Does the copy paste option also copy the citation. I currently don't have an iPad or iPhone, but if I could copy important text, with citation, then I can later add the text into my Nota Bene book note files for information storage and retrieval, with citation. Currently, I have not seen the value of having an iPad or iPhone for reading Logos because
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Robert Lombardi on Fri, Apr 1 2011
  • Re: Now on Pre-Pub: The Reformation Trust Collection

    I wish the prepub was cheaper. There's a handful of books in that collection that are small and cheap.
    Posted to Logos Blog by Robert Lombardi on Wed, Mar 23 2011
  • Handouts - Automatic Citations and Adding Items

    When I copy text from a book to the handout, the citation is not automatically transferred. Instead, there's a small citation box where I'm supposed to manually enter the citation. I would like the citation to be automatically transferred to the handout. Also, when right clicking on selected text from a book, I would like to choose Add an item to "
    Posted to Logos 4 by Robert Lombardi on Sun, Dec 12 2010
  • Re: Kindle, Nook, iPad, HP Slate?

    Logos is a processor hungry application. An Atom processor is not enough. I suspect Logos will be painfully slow. The iPad has the advantage over Slate in this area considering that the main processing power for the Logos app is done by servers over the network, so the little processor on the iPad doesn't have to work as hard. I personally am going
    Posted to General by Robert Lombardi on Mon, Nov 8 2010
  • Re: Logos on iPhone 4 vs. iPad

    I was planning to get a 3G iPad anyway, so the cost in data plan is not an issue. I also get a corporate discount on my data-plan. There's so many additional value-adds for the iPhone 4 (i.e. video, photos, phone, mobility) that I wonder if I would desire to sit back on the couch and read from it vs. sitting at a computer.
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Robert Lombardi on Mon, Oct 11 2010
  • Logos on iPhone 4 vs. iPad

    I'm considering whether it's better to go for the new iPhone 4 or the iPad. The retina display on the iPhone 4 makes text crisp and readable even at small fonts so I wonder if perhaps Logos 4 on the iPhone 4 is adequate or maybe even better than on the iPad. It's certainly cheaper to get a 2 year contract data-plan and have an iPhone 4 that does many
    Posted to iPhone/iPad Apps by Robert Lombardi on Mon, Oct 11 2010
  • Re: New Studies in Biblical Theology

    Great use of parallelism in symbols: thumbs up, three starts, sing-a-song, and then cool guy on an island? Okay, the end part broke the parallelism, but heck, this is an informal forum, we can be relaxed here. ;) But if we synthesize all that into one statement, I would have to say that Ted really approves of the NSBT series on Logos, so much so that
    Posted to Suggestions by Robert Lombardi on Sun, Sep 26 2010
  • Re: New Studies in Biblical Theology

    Mark, I sent an email to IVP mentioning linking them to this post and recommend it go into Prepub.
    Posted to Suggestions by Robert Lombardi on Sun, Sep 26 2010
  • New Studies in Biblical Theology

    I suggest adding the New Studies in Biblical Theology Collection (NSBT) to Logos. I'm currently reading "Shepherd after My own Heart: Pastoral traditions and leadership in the Bible" by Timothy Laniak and it's incredible. It's a one-of-a-kind biblical theology on shepherds and shepherding. I'm not familiar with all the other titles in this series, but
    Posted to Suggestions by Robert Lombardi on Sun, Sep 26 2010
  • Re: Journal of Biblical Counseling

    I would also buy this immediately.
    Posted to Suggestions by Robert Lombardi on Sun, Sep 26 2010
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