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  • Re: Re-ordering Personal Book source files

    But it would be nice if more than four lines at a time were shown, or if the list would automatically scroll when a title is being dragged. If there are more than a few items in a PB, it's difficult to rearrange them.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bob Schaefer on Fri, Aug 12 2011
  • Re: Print/export without highlighted search terms

    I'm not surprised that feature has been requested, and by some of the power users, from the look of it! Before I posted, I searched the forum for threads having to do with search highlights and printing/exporting, and didn't find any that addressed that specific concern. The issue is broader than my particular use scenario, based on the links you provided
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bob Schaefer on Wed, Mar 30 2011
  • Re: Print/export without highlighted search terms

    [quote user="Rosie Perera"] What about creating a Passage List from the search results ("Save as Passage List" on the search results panel menu), and then Print/Export from there? [/quote] Thanks for your suggestion, Rosie. And that would work for a Bible search. But it won't help if I need to do a basic search. I'm often looking for dictionary or encyclopedia
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bob Schaefer on Wed, Mar 30 2011
  • Print/export without highlighted search terms

    I've run into the following scenario more than once: I've been asked by a member for information about a particular topic. Using a Logos search, I'm able to quickly generate a list of possible references to print for them. I want a clean copy of the text, however - not one where the search terms are highlighted. As far as I can tell, there's no way
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bob Schaefer on Wed, Mar 30 2011
  • Broaden devotional selection

    I love the daily devotion feature of Logos. I'm not so excited by the limited selection of daily resources that work with it. I'd especially like to see devotional resources from Logos that draw on the writings of the Church Fathers and the Reformers. Here are a few examples that I've either used and enjoyed, or that sounded interesting and different
    Posted to Suggestions by Bob Schaefer on Mon, Mar 28 2011
  • Re: Export content for WordPress

    [quote user="Mark Barnes"] The best 'solution' that I have found is to export from Logos in the HTML format, then open that file in Microsoft Word, then copy and paste it into Wordpress. That gives you really clean code and is the closest to your HTML snippet idea. [/quote] Mark, You're right - that does give just about the cleanest results I've seen
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bob Schaefer on Mon, Mar 21 2011
  • Re: Export content for WordPress

    Hi, Rosie... thanks for responding! I notice that the Logos forum uses the TinyMCE panel to provide editing features. I've got this installed in WordPress, as well, so I didn't need to use the Logos forum as an intermediary - I just used the "Paste from Word" icon already in my WordPress "edit post" page. It looked pretty good in the editor, except
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bob Schaefer on Mon, Mar 21 2011
  • Export content for WordPress

    Good afternoon, fellow forum dwellers. My website is built using WordPress. I'd like to share notes I take in Logos by posting them to my site, but it hasn't gone so well. None of the export options has given me good results - by the time I preview my post in WordPress, I've either lost most of my formatting (including the note color icons, text formatting
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bob Schaefer on Mon, Mar 21 2011
  • Re: Bible Reading Plan Opens Passage Guide

    Hi, Ron... You can create a layout containing only the resource(s) you want to have open while doing your daily reading. Include the Bible Reading Plan document in your layout for reference. Save the layout, and load it each day when you're ready to read. If you like, you can update the layout at the end of each day's reading, so it will open to where
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bob Schaefer on Sat, Mar 19 2011
  • Re: Is there a Place For KJV / Anti Westcott-Hort Followers with Logos ?

    [quote user="painfree"] Thomas or perhaps another Logos veteran.., can you please elaborate on what you mean when you said "...because the preferred bible status will mark EVERY (emphasis mine) reference in EVERY (emphasis mine) book as a link to your KJV" ? Does Every really mean Every or is it a generality? [/quote] I wouldn't want to say "every"
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bob Schaefer on Sat, Mar 19 2011
  • Re: Name of Sunday missing from lectionary in ribbon?

    Thanks, Melissa!
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bob Schaefer on Thu, Mar 10 2011
  • Name of Sunday missing from lectionary in ribbon?

    I can't say exactly when this started, but the portion of my ribbon that displays the lectionary no longer shows the name of the Sunday or festival - it just has a blank space: It's not the end of the world, of course, but I do miss having that information front and center when I launch Logos. Any ideas what might have changed to make the Sunday name
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bob Schaefer on Thu, Mar 10 2011
  • Re: Reference search - is it missing references?

    Aaargh! Mark is right - I apparently have both the GRAMCORD NA26 and the NA26 with McReynolds, which is not morphologically tagged. Guess which one I used? This being the case, there's no inconsistent behavior, at least when looking up a word in different Greek texts. The ones with a morphology take you to the lemma form in your default lexicon. The
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bob Schaefer on Tue, Feb 22 2011
  • Re: Reference search - is it missing references?

    [quote user="Kevin Becker"] For onlookers let me remind them that going to ANLEX is a behavior if you double-click a Greek word in a book like a commentary. If you double click on a morphologically tagged text then you will go to the lexical entry. [/quote] Thanks for mentioning that, Kevin... that's very interesting! The results you get appear to depend
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bob Schaefer on Tue, Feb 22 2011
  • Re: Reference search - is it missing references?

    Hi, Graham and Mark... you fellas have been excellent conversation partners in this. Thanks for that! [quote user="Graham Criddle"] I think the current behaviour should stay - just as when you use the menu to search on a selected word (option above reference) it searches for just that word.[ [/quote] First of all, I want to applaud your use of "-iour
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bob Schaefer on Mon, Feb 21 2011
  • Re: Reference search - is it missing references?

    Thanks, Mark... that clarifies why the searches produce the results they do. I guess the bigger question for me now is whether using an = search as the default query for the context menu makes sense. Here's how I understood this menu option: "Show me all the places in my library and content that mention the verse(s) I've selected." Mathematically, that
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bob Schaefer on Mon, Feb 21 2011
  • Re: Intersection of search results and lectionary?

    MJ, Thanks! Your technique of using a Bible search with the Passage List as the limiter does the trick. I wouldn't have ever come up with that. My only question is how you managed to copy an entire year of the RCL? Going through the Print/Export menu only gave me the readings up until Easter for a single year, although I had selected the entire year
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bob Schaefer on Mon, Feb 21 2011
  • Re: Intersection of search results and lectionary?

    Based on your results, Graham, I've posted a new question, since it's not directly related to this thread. I wanted to link to it, though, so that you were likely to see it: http://community.logos.com/forums/p/30169/223259.aspx
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bob Schaefer on Mon, Feb 21 2011
  • Reference search - is it missing references?

    I've got a question that developed over the course of another thread . As far as I can tell, the default Bible reference search syntax is returning only a fraction of the actual hits! Yikes. Here's how I got to my conclusion. Please prove me wrong! In the above-mentioned thread, one of the searches I performed was in the Revised Common Lectionary ,
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bob Schaefer on Mon, Feb 21 2011
  • Re: Intersection of search results and lectionary?

    [quote user="Graham Criddle"] It looks as though they only match if the references are identical - not if one is a subset of the other. Does that explain what is going on? [/quote] I think you're right on the money here, Graham. To keep with the lectionary theme of this thread, I found a lesson where there is an opening verse, followed by several verses
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bob Schaefer on Mon, Feb 21 2011
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