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  • Re: Christ's Incarnation by Charles Spurgeon

    [quote user="Roy"]you can change/edit the resource title to make it correct[/quote] Good idea. That allows you to type the name of the resource, "Christ's Incarnation" in the Command Box and it will open the resource. Good call, Roy!
    Posted to Wordsearch Bible Software by Larry Quinlan on Thu, Oct 22 2020
  • Re: Christ's Incarnation by Charles Spurgeon

    [quote user="Roy"] https://www.logos.com/product/6822/christs-incarnation [/quote] The resource targeted by the link above is published by Faithlife, 2009. The resource migrated from WORDsearch is published by WORDsearch Corp., 2006. Now that both companies are together, there only needs to be a single resource. I imagine that this is simply an oversight
    Posted to Wordsearch Bible Software by Larry Quinlan on Thu, Oct 22 2020
  • Re: Christ's Incarnation by Charles Spurgeon

    [quote user="Roy"]1) That is not , as best I can tell a Spurgeon title. It is Henry Scougal who live a fair number of years before Spurgeon.[/quote] Correct. [quote user="Roy"]2) The title and description do appear to go together.[/quote] Correct [quote user="Roy"]3) What does not belong is the book cover/graphic.[/quote] Incorrect . Actually, what
    Posted to Wordsearch Bible Software by Larry Quinlan on Thu, Oct 22 2020
  • Re: Christ's Incarnation by Charles Spurgeon

    [quote user="Larry Quinlan"]The Logos resource title doesn't seem to match with the actual resource...[/quote] To clarify: The resource is, in fact, Spurgeon's "Christ's Incarnation," but the title that your Logos library recognizes, as well as the book info, is apparently from a work by an author named Scougal. Logos should probably be notified about
    Posted to Wordsearch Bible Software by Larry Quinlan on Wed, Oct 21 2020
  • Re: Christ's Incarnation by Charles Spurgeon

    [quote user="skypeace"]I have Christ's Incarnation by Charles Spurgeon in Wordsearch but it is not showing up in Logos? [/quote] This is a weird one... Try this title in the Library window or the "Go" box (can't think of the "official" term for it...) at the top of the main Logos window: "The Life of God in the Soul of Man" or you can copy and paste
    Posted to Wordsearch Bible Software by Larry Quinlan on Wed, Oct 21 2020
  • Re: BUG: Links to TDNT are broken (in my library, at least)

    [quote user="Dave Hooton"] The problem arises from lexicons that "steal" special links from the primary lexicon e.g. Strong's Lexicon (ESL) will steal TDNT links from TDNT (but it won't steal TDNTA links) TDNT will steal Greek Strong's No. links from Strong's Lexicon! Other lexicons will steal Greek Strong's No. links from Strong's Lexicon [/quote]
    Posted to Logos 8 by Larry Quinlan on Sun, Oct 18 2020
  • Re: BUG: Links to TDNT are broken (in my library, at least)

    [quote user="Denise"]Maybe you really like DBL's semantic discussion, but your links are TDNT ... just move the DBL above the TDNT (or visa versa)! You're in charge![/quote] Ah! Nice... Your post and M.J. Smith's have been helpful as to know the why . Thanks! Now I've got to go google 'chikusen biwa' ....
    Posted to Logos 8 by Larry Quinlan on Sat, Oct 17 2020
  • Re: BUG: Links to TDNT are broken (in my library, at least)

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"]How does it choose between the two TDNT's?[/quote] Two TDNTs... Hmmm... I only see one available on Logos's web site... In fact, I can't find a revised TDNT anywhere on the internet... Seriously, though, you make a valid point in terms of what the architecture of Logos has to provide for a given resource of a specific type. That
    Posted to Logos 8 by Larry Quinlan on Sat, Oct 17 2020
  • Re: BUG: Links to TDNT are broken (in my library, at least)

    Thanks to all who contributed to my request! I still don't get why I needed to prioritize TDNT since I was clicking on a link specific to it, but at least now I know how to resolve the issue. I get that Strong's numbers are sort of a de facto standard for lexicons; that many lexicons have used them from inception; and even that the ones that do not
    Posted to Logos 8 by Larry Quinlan on Sat, Oct 17 2020
  • Re: BUG: Links to TDNT are broken (in my library, at least)

    Denise, thanks for your input! Okay, so this is totally off topic and if it's too personal then I apologize. Just ignore it... You have contributed much in the forums so I have often read/seen your posts. Your picture/avatar has always fascinated me and I have often wondered a) what is the musical instrument pictured and b) what is the culture or nationality
    Posted to Logos 8 by Larry Quinlan on Sat, Oct 17 2020
  • Re: BUG: Links to TDNT are broken (in my library, at least)

    [quote user="Kevin"] If you wish for one to open above the other, you need to prioritise it. If you don't mind if TDNT opens the Strongs links you click that it has indexed, as well as the TDNT links, then just prioritise the TDNT above the ESL. If you want the ESL to open Strongs links, and TDNT to just open the TDNT links, then you will need to use
    Posted to Logos 8 by Larry Quinlan on Sat, Oct 17 2020
  • Re: BUG: Links to TDNT are broken (in my library, at least)

    Okay, thanks for the responses! I really appreciate both (and am hoping for more.) So please don't take the following as argumentative. I'm just not seeing this as logical behavior for the application and I'm trying to wrap my brain around it. I understand the idea of multiple resources that offer similar functionality such that Logos needs to know
    Posted to Logos 8 by Larry Quinlan on Sat, Oct 17 2020
  • BUG: Links to TDNT are broken (in my library, at least)

    It seems that links to TDNT from other resources are broken in my Logos 8.17 library. Is anyone else experiencing this? Note in the screen grab below that by hovering the cursor (not visible) over the number 168 (after TDNTA) a pop-up appears producing the text from the appropriate linked location in TDNTA. This is the expected behavior. Clicking on
    Posted to Logos 8 by Larry Quinlan on Fri, Oct 16 2020
  • Re: Reporting Library Mismatches?

    [quote user="Bradley Grainger (Faithlife)"]You can "hide" a book in Logos if it's extraneous and you no longer want to see it in your library: https://wiki.logos.com/Hiding%20Books [/quote] Thanks, Bradley, for the quick reply!
    Posted to Wordsearch Bible Software by Larry Quinlan on Tue, Oct 13 2020
  • Re: Reporting Library Mismatches?

    Both of the following serials open the same resource "The Gospel for the New Millennium: A Theology of Evangelism." (Or, to put it another way: "The Gospel for the New Millennium: A Theology of Evangelism" has duplicate resources in my library.) LLS:WS_8CDFD5B95C07400C8169914675D81E45 and LLS:WS_DD6778FAAA8D43538DA759FABA09D056 Upon further inspection
    Posted to Wordsearch Bible Software by Larry Quinlan on Mon, Oct 12 2020
  • Re: Reporting Library Mismatches?

    Duplicate resources? NICENE AND POST-NICENE FATHERS, Second Series, Volume 1 From WORDsearch = LLS:WS_A8411FDE27A44488976DBC1F29584CCA Original Logos edition = LLS:6.60.15 Do these need to be separate resources? The content appears to be the same...
    Posted to Wordsearch Bible Software by Larry Quinlan on Mon, Oct 12 2020
  • Re: BUG: Version 8.8 Removes Functionality

    "Not doable on a Mac. Thanks." My suggestion is definitely "doable" on a Mac, since that is what I'm using. Maybe I'm not understanding what you're wanting to do.... If you have over 30 tabs open in a single frame and only 11 of them are viewable, you can scroll the entire row of tabs, either left or right, by hovering your cursor over the row of tabs
    Posted to Logos 8 by Larry Quinlan on Wed, Oct 2 2019
  • Re: BUG: Version 8.8 Removes Functionality

    You can also "mouse over" the tabs (i.e. move your cursor on top of the row of tabs), hold down the shift key with one hand, and then scroll up or down (using the scroll-wheel on your mouse) to move the tabs left or right.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Larry Quinlan on Wed, Oct 2 2019
  • So what happens to one's datasets when one upgrades to a newer version of Logos?

    I understand that you never lose a book when you upgrade Logos. What you purchased stays with you across upgrades, even if Logos loses the license to sell a book that you previously purchased. I also (think that I) understand that the contents of base packages changes from version to version so that an owner of, say, Logos 8 Silver might potentially
    Posted to Logos 8 by Larry Quinlan on Fri, Aug 16 2019
  • Link to Logos 7, Mac, Please!?

    Could someone provide a link to Logos 7 for the Mac, please. I tried the link in the post, "7.19 SR-1 (7.19.0.0037) is Now Available" but it takes me to the Logos 8 Download page. (Of course, it would... Why wouldn't it... Sigh!) In fact, all of the old Logos 7 links found through Google, ultimately land me on the Logos 8 download page. FAQs say nothing
    Posted to Logos 7 by Larry Quinlan on Fri, Jul 19 2019
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