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  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    2%? Where does that stat come from? And how does it handle people like myself who run Windows - under VMware - only for the things we have to (Logos and a few apps I use at work). The people for whom the rest of the time, it's pure Linux. It would be nice if those of us who run Windows under VMware could somehow say to Logos "I'm a person who would
    Posted to Suggestions by Nigel Cunningham on Fri, Jul 6 2012
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Paying for software isn't the model being used though. We're told we're paying for books, and only indirectly for the methods of viewing them. As a long time (10 years +) Linux user, I can certainly tell you I've been paying Logos money. Not as much as some, but my Library is more than 2000 books. I'm sure this applies to other Linux Logos users too
    Posted to Suggestions by Nigel Cunningham on Thu, Apr 14 2011
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Should it be a matter of having to justify the port from a business point of view, though? After all, Logos' work is really ministry - putting the Word of God and resources to aid God's people in the hands of God's people. From that point of view, the question that should be asked is "Why deny access to Linux users or make them jump through hoops to
    Posted to Suggestions by Nigel Cunningham on Thu, Apr 14 2011
  • Re: Uninstalling deletes resource files?

    [quote user="Dave Hooton"] [quote user="Nigel Cunningham"] - If you get a corrupt database, could the log message (sorry, I haven't kept it) say which database is corrupt?[/quote] Not without increasing the volume of logged messages eg. writing to librarycatalog.db, writing to ...., writing to ..., ERROR The crash trace provides a meaningful sequence
    Posted to Logos 4 by Nigel Cunningham on Thu, Dec 30 2010
  • Uninstalling deletes resource files?

    Hi all. After having 'fun' this morning with the indexer continually crashing this morning (something about a corrupt database, but it didn't tell me which one), I thought I'd try an uninstall of the beta and reinstall of the latest stable. I got something of a shock when I discovered post-uninstall that the whole installation directory was gone and
    Posted to Logos 4 by Nigel Cunningham on Thu, Dec 30 2010
  • Re: Logos 4.2a Beta 3 (v4.21.4.8512) available

    Hi Melissa (yes, I am still around!) Windows keeps telling me the Indexer has stopped working after about 5 minutes of operation. I've tried restarting Logos and restarting Windows, to no avail. I had the same problem with beta 2. Is there anything I should be trying? Nigel
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Nigel Cunningham on Tue, Dec 21 2010
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    Open source isn't necessarily about 'free as in beer'. It can be and generally is more about 'free as in if it doesn't work, I can fix it myself'. This doesn't necessarily conflict with paying for books. It just means that Logos would ideally have a blob of code that's free of OS dependencies, with a well defined and documented API for OS specific functions
    Posted to Suggestions by Nigel Cunningham on Fri, Dec 3 2010
  • Re: Logos for Linux: Let's put our money where our mouth is!

    No, I hadn't read it (shame on me :>). I do like that line. Nigel
    Posted to General by Nigel Cunningham on Mon, Oct 4 2010
  • Re: Theological Journal CD vols 1-5

    Thanks for the replies, guys. I did need to call Logos customer service. Apparently my licenses didn't transport across properly from Logos 2. All is well now! :) Nigel
    Posted to Logos 4 by Nigel Cunningham on Tue, Sep 21 2010
  • Theological Journal CD vols 1-5

    Hi all. Long, long ago, I purchased the Theological Journal CD, volumes 1-5. I know gazillions more issues have been added since then in volumes 5 through 10 / 11 / 12 / whatever, but I just want to use what I've already purchased with Logos 4. Is this possible? JETS and so on are nowhere to be found in my library listing. TIA Nigel
    Posted to Logos 4 by Nigel Cunningham on Tue, Sep 21 2010
  • Re: Linux version of Logos Bible Software

    I'd like to see Presentation Layer bindings for Mono. If they were implemented, Logos 4 would run probably on Linux without any problems (there'd be about 600 functions to implement, based on a little attempt I made at running it several months back).
    Posted to Suggestions by Nigel Cunningham on Wed, Apr 21 2010
  • Beta 3: Bug: Wrong/inconsistent results from ESV lemma search

    Hi. In the ESV interlinear, I'm at Leviticus 24:16. I right click on nqb (blaspheme) and select Lemma -> Bible Word Study. The little bars that show hits per Bible book on the top right of the Lemma and Translation sections show only two hits, as does the "Textual Searches" section at the bottom. But the "Example Uses" section shows more hits, as do
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Nigel Cunningham on Tue, Apr 13 2010
  • Re: Changing language while typing notes?

    Hi again. I pasted the 9 verses I'm doing this week, then was looking for a way to insert the translations (and other notes) between the lines. Pasting one verse at a time is painful :) I'll try installing the keyboard selector. TTFN!
    Posted to Logos 4 by Nigel Cunningham on Mon, Apr 5 2010
  • Re: Changing language while typing notes?

    Hi Rosie. Thanks for the reply. Yeah, that works. But - like you I guess - I was hoping for something more user friendly.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Nigel Cunningham on Mon, Apr 5 2010
  • Changing language while typing notes?

    Hi all. I've looked in the help, forums and online notes videos, but can't seem to find a solution: I'm doing my translation work in a note, having pasted the Hebrew in. I'm wanting to type my translation between the verses, but seem to be stuck with right-to-left. Is there some way of switching languages I haven't learned yet? Thanks in advance! Nigel
    Posted to Logos 4 by Nigel Cunningham on Mon, Apr 5 2010
  • 4.0b Keyboard shortcut bug?

    Hi all. In the help in 4.0b, it says you can switch the next or previous 'equivalent resource' by pressing Ctrl+Shift+Left/Right. When I try this while having the focus on a commentary window, nothing happens. If, however, I press Ctrl+Left/Right, I switch to the next/previous parallel resource, which is what I wanted to do. Two questions then: 1) Does
    Posted to Logos 4 by Nigel Cunningham on Thu, Mar 18 2010
  • Re: RC2: No search results, even after rebuilding the index.

    Thanks Bradley and Melissa for your help!
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Nigel Cunningham on Mon, Mar 15 2010
  • Re: RC2: No search results, even after rebuilding the index.

    Ummm.... God's Word. Inspired. Useful for... :)
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Nigel Cunningham on Sun, Mar 14 2010
  • Re: RC2: No search results, even after rebuilding the index.

    It is now indexing 207 resources. You seem to have something funny going on with resource counts. The log said it scanned 1799 resources and is doing a Bible index from 207 resources; the user interface says I have 1741 resources and 206 of type Bible. Thanks for your help! Is there anything I can do to help diagnose how it got in this state?
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Nigel Cunningham on Sun, Mar 14 2010
  • Re: RC2: No search results, even after rebuilding the index.

    Morning Bradley. Yes, type:bible returns 206 resources. I've delete the database and am waiting for the results of the rebuild now.
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Nigel Cunningham on Sun, Mar 14 2010
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