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  • Re: SUGGESTION: Faux integration of external software - small step for projects

    I do that often with a Favorites short-cut. Create any link on the Desktop, and drag it to a Logos favorites tab. It can be a document where the host app will be invoked automatically (.docx, .pdf, .pps etc) or a specific app ... perhaps with command line parameters including the file name. I often start PowerPoint with a Desktop shortcut specifying
    Posted to Suggestions by Don Kolafa on Sun, Aug 2 2020
  • Re: How do I display a Bible passage without continuing verses?

    Thank You for asking. I have personally used GoToMeeting dozens of times now. I have also joined or observed Bible studies via several other on-line apps over the last few months. I am currently leading two weekly on-line studies: a verse-by- verse study of Proverbs and a second study of Biblical characters. Nothing can fully replace face-to-face fellowship
    Posted to General by Don Kolafa on Tue, Jul 14 2020
  • Re: How do I display a Bible passage without continuing verses?

    I have found a resolution to my own issue of compact passage display: The 'Copy Bible Verses' panel displays the exact selection prior to the actual copy task. Without completing the copy process, I use the screen image. After invoking the selection, I drag the tab to my larger panel then create a Favorites shortcut for recall later. It also gives me
    Posted to General by Don Kolafa on Sat, Jul 11 2020
  • Re: Logos 9 Wishlist

    I would like facilities for formal presentations, aka PowerPoint/Proclaim, or allow PPT/Proclaim applications to alternately share the screen. An augmented 'Reading View' would help. Increasingly, I am using Logos as a dynamic presentation vehicle to lead small-groups. My home page is a simple display with only two panels: a narrow left-hand panel with
    Posted to General by Don Kolafa on Tue, Jul 7 2020
  • How do I display a Bible passage without continuing verses?

    Now that our small-groups are using on-line meeting apps, I am using Logos as a primary display tool which includes reading scripture passages prior to study. I set the font size very large, and call up a passage such as Deuteronomy 7:1-4. Unfortunately, that creates a very busy screen which goes well beyond my desired cut-off. How do I restrict, or
    Posted to General by Don Kolafa on Tue, Jul 7 2020
  • Re: Hyperlinks to files

    Set up a shortcut on the desktop and drag it to your logos favorites. I keep my Logos favorites as an active and drag PDF's as well as many other things: Powerpoint presentations, folders to contain a slew of reference documents, etc. Don't forget the sub-folder facility in favorites.
    Posted to Logos 8 by Don Kolafa on Sat, Jun 6 2020
  • Re: Reading Apocrypha

    Although I have not yet embarked upon a serious study, these parallel books are in my Logos library, and on my bookshelf: https://www.logos.com/product/179900/the-apocrypha-the-lutheran-edition-text https://www.logos.com/product/28436/the-apocrypha-the-lutheran-edition-with-notes When I prepare to dig into the Apocrypha in serious study, I realize that
    Posted to General by Don Kolafa on Fri, Apr 24 2020
  • Re: Import PDF

    Another simple option is to create a desktop "shortcut" to the PDF document and drag the shortcut to your Logos Favorites. Many other file shortcuts may be loaded into your Logos favorites in a similar way. I keep a Favorites tab with an elaborate hierarchical structure (folders within subfolders) and drag many external file shortcuts for quick access
    Posted to Logos 6 by Don Kolafa on Fri, Apr 3 2020
  • Re: Laptop Recommendations for Logos

    I am very pleased with Logos running on my older Dell XPS-13 (7 years old now) and would replace it in a heart-beat with a new XPS-13 (as soon as it fails). The only modification was replacing the 128GB SSD with a 256GB SSD after I purchased it. I primarily use this for business (computer application development and consulting) but Logos takes a substantial
    Posted to Logos 8 by Don Kolafa on Thu, Sep 12 2019
  • Re: Truth & Life Dramatized Audio Bible: New Testament

    Let me add my voice to this problem. I just purchased this with the RSVCE and cannot get them to sequence. Audio reading of the bible is one more facet to keep interest high when used occasionally for Small Group Bible Study.
    Posted to Catholic Products by Don Kolafa on Thu, Aug 8 2019
  • Re: Lexham English Bible Audio Old Testament

    Let me point out a great use for any audio Bible on Logos: in group Bible study, very few people volunteer to read out-loud when unfamiliar names or towns are included in the text. I have my computer "read" the difficult section. This works very well when you are also displaying scripture via a computer link to a large flat-panel TV, but that is not
    Posted to Suggestions by Don Kolafa on Mon, Apr 22 2019
  • Logos as a small group study platform

    I have used logos for 20 years--mostly for personal study and preparation. The last 5 years, however, I have found myself leading several (3+) weekly small-group Bible studies, and with the increasingly availability of large flat-panel TV screens, I now regularly connect my laptop to the screen for the entire group to see. I now use a personalized Logos
    Posted to General by Don Kolafa on Tue, Jan 1 2019
  • Re: Convert PDF journals to Logos

    I make heavy use of 'favorites' where my home page has a favorites tab. Then after creating folders within the favorites, I drag many different document shortcuts to the favorites tab. I then include--within the specific Bible verse Bookmarks--PDF's, Word documents, Powerpoints and videos. Windows uses the necessary host application to display the non
    Posted to General by Don Kolafa on Thu, Dec 6 2018
  • Re: PowerPoint interface to Logos

    Thanks Graham. That does what I was looking for. Don Kolafa.
    Posted to Suggestions by Don Kolafa on Mon, Jul 31 2017
  • PowerPoint interface to Logos

    I use PowerPoint presentations when leading all of my Bible Studies, thanks to the proliferation of flat panel TVs. Often I need to link to Logos to interactively project some image or timeline or scripture. (I especially like having the computer speak scripture containing many difficult names; it saves so much time.) I currently use the PPT hyperlink
    Posted to Suggestions by Don Kolafa on Mon, Jul 31 2017
  • Re: Serendipity Bible Notes (Group Questions)

    Tim, I, too, am anxious for this incredible resource to be available for more widespread use. I consider the Serendipity Bible as break-through material.: it equips a novice to lead a small-group Bible study on any book of the Bible. However, I don't think you truly appreciate my copyright infringement considerations. Your 'partial-copy' argument does
    Posted to Suggestions by Don Kolafa on Thu, Nov 26 2015
  • Re: Incorporating Logos into Small Group Bible Study

    I lead over 3 in-home small-group Bible studies each week. With the common availability of large flat-panel TV's in many homes, I almost always attach my laptop to the screen so that we can look at the logos commentary as a group. This works very well. This also allows me to alternate verse-by-verse studies with video-based studies. Everyone likes it
    Posted to General by Don Kolafa on Mon, Nov 16 2015
  • Re: Serendipity Bible Notes (Group Questions)

    I am hesitant to forward a full copy to anyone without formal copyright permission. I have been developing computer software for 50 years and have been the victim of major software theft several times. Therefore I have sympathies for the copyright holder as well as a healthy respect for liability. I'm really not being difficult, just want to do this
    Posted to Suggestions by Don Kolafa on Mon, Nov 16 2015
  • Re: Serendipity Bible Notes (Group Questions)

    I am receiving e-mail messages, but not sender's e-mail address. Please include it within your text.
    Posted to Suggestions by Don Kolafa on Fri, Sep 11 2015
  • Re: Serendipity Bible Notes (Group Questions)

    I, too, have used this resource for many (25) years. Last year I scanned and converted the full 1989 Serendipity Bible 'Second Edition' margin questions to MS Word and then to a Logos Personal Book, with correct milestones to synchronize with any Bible resource when used in Logos. I have used it frequently for over a year now and it appears to be nearly
    Posted to Suggestions by Don Kolafa on Fri, Sep 11 2015
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