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  • Re: Will Mark L. Ward be your "friend?"

    Ha! You made me laugh. We can be amicable acquaintances. When I'm stuck using just a horizontal screen, I do sometimes use the outer panels the way you are using them here. In particular, I used to keep my highlighter panel up on the left and my information panel or Text Comparison tool open on the right. And as a "Logos Pro" I genuinely don't believe
    Posted to Logos 7 by Mark Ward on Wed, Oct 26 2016
  • Re: Logos Talk - best Bible Version

    Oops—there was a spam comment by someone calling himself "Gregorio" that had multiple URLs inside it; that wasn't yours. Sorry for the confusion.
    Posted to General by Mark Ward on Fri, May 6 2016
  • Re: Logos Talk - best Bible Version

    Oh, and you included several URLs within your comment. That's something spam filters will flag, too.
    Posted to General by Mark Ward on Fri, May 6 2016
  • Re: Logos Talk - best Bible Version

    Gregorio, I'm the author of that post, and I never saw your comment. So I did some checking. It got caught in our spam filter. In fact, I now see all three comments. I'm guessing it's the odd URL attached to it that caused our automated filter to send it to spam: isaiah.awardspace.biz . I clicked the link, and I can see that it's a real site. But the
    Posted to General by Mark Ward on Fri, May 6 2016
  • Re: Moving L4 to another Drive

    Instead of running Logos 4 and its resources entirely from within my Parallels Windows (Vista) partition—which had begun to take up half my allotted 32 GB of HD space—I tried Jon's method above and successfully got all my files over into a folder in my Mac partition. Now, however, Logos won't run even though everything else in Jon's instructions worked
    Posted to Logos 4 by Mark Ward on Tue, Apr 6 2010
  • Re: Exporting Documents to Reading device

    I have a Kindle and I love Logos, and I want the two to marry! But here's what I do now: Maximize the window on my screen for whatever Logos book I want on my Kindle Shrink the type to the smallest it can go Select and copy a chapter or two at a time Paste that into a Word document (docx works fine) Send it to my Kindle So far I've done that only with
    Posted to Libronix (including Logos for Mac 1) by Mark Ward on Fri, Jun 19 2009
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