Search

Search in sorted by
  • Re: MacBook Air or MacBook Pro 14 and Logos

    [quote user="Bill Anderson"] [quote user="L. C. Peterson"] Bill: Oddly the only folder I can find like that is under 'guest' user; not anything like it under my username. And apparantly even as administrator I have no access to it. It's a puzzle to me. [/quote] I can't find the Logos4 folder using Finder, if that is what you are using. I use another
    Posted to General by Frank Jones on Fri, Dec 24 2021
  • Re: MacBook Air or MacBook Pro 14 and Logos

    [quote user="L. C. Peterson"] Bill: Oddly the only folder I can find like that is under 'guest' user; not anything like it under my username. And apparantly even as administrator I have no access to it. It's a puzzle to me. [/quote] I have 52g so I would guess for the OP that some number around that would be safe to assume. That's 10% of a 512g HD.
    Posted to General by Frank Jones on Fri, Dec 24 2021
  • Re: MacBook Air or MacBook Pro 14 and Logos

    [quote user="DAL"] Talk about ignorance is a bliss (sometimes). I was reading up on intel chips and Apple has pretty much ditched them to make their own M series chips 🤦🏻‍♂️ Well, I’ll hold off for a better deal on an M1 chip. I don’t need to spend money on something that’s pretty much discontinued. What a bummer 😮‍💨 Late in the game but I learned
    Posted to General by Frank Jones on Wed, Dec 22 2021
  • Re: MacBook Air or MacBook Pro 14 and Logos

    The intel will be faster than your present 2012 but I would not buy an intel version. The Air will be faster and the HD will be quicker. As regards, HD space you want to get what you can afford. If you can offload some of your approx 700g data to an external drive then 512 works. If you are constrained budget wise get a refurbished certified Air M1
    Posted to General by Frank Jones on Tue, Dec 21 2021
  • Re: MacBook Air or MacBook Pro 14 and Logos

    After reading your posts, I think the MacBook Air (8 or 16g memory, 1 terabyte HD) will more than meet your present requirements. And, within your budget. Computers will only get better, Lord willing -- so you can mentally think 3-5 years. Concerning AppleCare, it's your call but seeing that it's a laptop I would get it. If it stays on your desk, then
    Posted to General by Frank Jones on Tue, Dec 21 2021
  • Re: Logos 9 and MAC M1 Chip

    Works fine under Rosetta. Really looking to get all my software M1 compatible.
    Posted to Logos 9 Desktop App by Frank Jones on Sat, Feb 6 2021
  • Re: Which MacBook?

    All things equal, I would go with the MBA. The newest version has the backlit lighting. From a logos 4 perspective, you would want the SSD option which speeds up L4 access times significantly. You already have an iMac. You will not regret the MBA. My wife has one and loves it. I have a MBP 15 inch but updated it will an SSD.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Frank Jones on Mon, Sep 19 2011
  • iPad Usage

    I skipped over the 1st generation iPad but on Thursday, Lord willing, I am ordering (or tackling the local Apple store). My main concern is notes, syncing, and printing (that is, getting the notes out in a nice, readable, formatted form). This has probably been asked but several have been using the previous version of the iPad. How do you use the iPad
    Posted to Old iOS Forum (research only) by Frank Jones on Fri, Mar 4 2011
  • Re: Which Mac laptop

    My wife got a 13 inch Macbook Air. She loves it. I am considering selling my 15inch MBP or putting a SSD in it. The MBA can handle logos as the SSD makes the machine fly. With you just doing logos, mail, etc. I don't think you will regret it.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Frank Jones on Sat, Dec 11 2010
Page 1 of 1 (9 items) |