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  • Re: What's mine isn't mine

    It may be that remnants of the 140 or so other books originally in the 2012 purchase were a part of those upgrades (since I don't remember WBC in the Platinum package either), but the C.S. reps both cited those upgrades as reasons why WBC could not be separated out from the library.
    Posted to General by Clint Cozier on Sat, Aug 31 2019
  • Re: What's mine isn't mine

    Ah, but Logos doesn't sell e-books....they sell digital libraries. I wouldn't invest what I've got into Logos into a "normal" e-book seller, but a digital library is a different thing. . . or perhaps not? I would rather be able to break apart my library if needed in roughly the same iterations in which it was built. With respect to dynamic pricing,
    Posted to General by Clint Cozier on Sat, Aug 31 2019
  • What's mine isn't mine

    A year or so ago, I started to do my primary sermon prep work in a competing product. I've used crossgrades to move most of my major commentary series over there during the last year. The last of my major critical series is the Word Biblical Commentary series. With both companies offering a $399 price point over the Labor Day weekend, I thought it was
    Posted to General by Clint Cozier on Sat, Aug 31 2019
  • Speed Demon

    With all the shock over interface changes (hey dude, who stole my download list and gunked up my tabs), let's not miss just how much faster L8 is. I've seen lots of attempts to speed up the Mac client, but I've never seen it this responsive. Thank you FL for whatever you've done to speed up (at least the Mac side of things) L8. Job well done!
    Posted to Logos 8 by Clint Cozier on Tue, Oct 30 2018
  • Re: Logos 8 Link Set Icons In Tabs

    I vote for a toggle, and vastly prefer nothing at all. Wow does this blow up my workspaces.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Clint Cozier on Mon, Oct 29 2018
  • Re: Link Set Indictor on Tabs

    Because I KNOW what is linked together. It is for me not a helpful visual clue but a waste of space.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Clint Cozier on Mon, Oct 29 2018
  • Update and version indicator

    In 7, the home page had an indicator in the title bar that always showed the latest downloads and version. That's either gone or moved, and I'm hoping moved. Has anyone found that yet?
    Posted to Logos 8 by Clint Cozier on Mon, Oct 29 2018
  • Link Set Indictor on Tabs

    I'm a real fan of tabs in Logos, and in 8 every tab in a linkset as a linkset indicator. I'd like to turn off that indicator since it just wastes precious space in my layout. I don't see an obvious setting to toggle. Thanks.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Clint Cozier on Mon, Oct 29 2018
  • Re: Search Question

    KSFJ, thanks for the suggestion. It is the clause search that makes me think this is possible since it often has pronouns return as hits that reference the nouns for which I'm looking. To use any of the tools you suggest, wouldn't there need to be a tag linking pronoun to antecedent, which as far as I can tell doesn't exist (at least in the SBLGNT)
    Posted to Logos 7 by Clint Cozier on Wed, Jul 4 2018
  • Search Question

    Hi all, Is there anyplace in L7 where there is tagging connecting pronouns and antecedents? I'm working in a passage where most commentators connect a masculine pronouns with antecedents that are either neuter or feminine in the immediate verse. I don't want to get too far out on the limb before I have some emperical proof that it would be better to
    Posted to Logos 7 by Clint Cozier on Tue, Jul 3 2018
  • Re: OT quotes in the NT

    Peter, You should check your library for Old Testament Quotations and Allusions in the New Testament by David Jones. In the pre Logos 7 days that was the resource for examining intertextuality in Logos.
    Posted to General by Clint Cozier on Fri, May 25 2018
  • Re: 7.14 B3 Morph Query

    Woopie!!! It's working again.
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Clint Cozier on Mon, Mar 26 2018
  • Re: Synoptic Parallel highlighting

    👍 wow would that be a killer feature!
    Posted to Logos 7 by Clint Cozier on Mon, Mar 26 2018
  • 7.14 B3 Morph Query

    Still no SBLGNT or LXX (we do have LXX Alternate Texts) as targets in the Morph Query Builder. Its been a while since this tool was at full functionality on the Mac side of the world.
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Clint Cozier on Mon, Mar 12 2018
  • What's going on with Morph Query in 7.14 B1

    I see that we no longer have the SBLGNT listed as a resource in the Morph Query builder. That's on the heals of the LXX being removed a few releases ago. What does the future look like for the tool?
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Clint Cozier on Mon, Feb 26 2018
  • Re: Can some Accordance users help me?

    Bibleworks (for the last several versions) has a very similar Phrase Matching tool that is somewhat less configurable but similarily is searching for a definable cluster of lemmas (or lemata).
    Posted to Logos 7 by Clint Cozier on Mon, Feb 26 2018
  • Re: Can some Accordance users help me?

    Francis, The texts being use need to have similar (or identical) morphological tagging. For example, if Logos had a similar command, then it could be used to search for intertexts between any two works (or subsets thereof) from the tagged Perseus collection (boy do I wish!). For example, if the two biographies of Plutarch had morphological tagging,
    Posted to Logos 7 by Clint Cozier on Mon, Feb 26 2018
  • Re: Can some Accordance users help me?

    How quick a query runs might not be the only criteria to define the "snappiness" of Accordance. Logos on the Mac (and I go back to the original Mac release) has a cycle: it is snappy at the version release, then it gets slower and slower (with more and more forum questions about how to speed it up), then speed gets prioritized in the Logos TODO list
    Posted to Logos 7 by Clint Cozier on Mon, Feb 26 2018
  • Re: Can some Accordance users help me?

    INTERTEXT simply is another metatag search, Logos looking up reference tags that have been embedded in a text. INFER on the other had is a "cluster" search that looks for a defined number of lemma or surface form matches permitting intervening non-matching worlds (if desired) between any two bodies of texts using similar tagging. INFER has an incredible
    Posted to Logos 7 by Clint Cozier on Mon, Feb 26 2018
  • Re: Can some Accordance users help me?

    MJ, Accordance has the INFER command which compares two different texts or collection of texts looking for intertextual relationships. Nothing close to it in any other software package. If intertextuality is the question, Accordance and the INFER command is the answer. Accordance also has a SINGLE SEARCH INTERFACE (well, two interfaces if you count
    Posted to Logos 7 by Clint Cozier on Sun, Feb 25 2018
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