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  • Re: Intersection of search results and lectionary?

    Thanks for the reply, Graham. [quote user="Graham Criddle"]When I try and execute your search string it seems to be tied to the NRSV - exactly what search string are you using?[/quote] I noticed that, too. The string for that search was . I didn't type that string in directly, since I couldn't recall the syntax. Instead, I pulled up the context menu
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bob Schaefer on Mon, Feb 21 2011
  • Intersection of search results and lectionary?

    I'd like to research where a word or topic is addressed in a lectionary. I'm hoping some of you advanced users can point me in the right direction. Here's the scenario: Let's say I'm studying grace. I can easily search my Bible for greek:χάρις and come up with a list of references to consider. Since my church follows the Revised Common Lectionary, it
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bob Schaefer on Mon, Feb 21 2011
  • Suggestion: Clipping icon appearing in text

    As I was studying tonight, it occurred to me that I can create a note on a particular Bible verse or verses, and an icon for that note will show up in every versified resource. I can create clippings, also, and if they are from a versified resource, the verses quoted will appear as a tag - however, this does not generate any icon in the Bible text.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bob Schaefer on Sat, Jan 29 2011
  • Re: Organizing Illustrations & Sermons

    [quote user="Joel J."] For example: 1) 8-page word document (sermon on John 1) [/quote] Hi, Joel... For myself, I'm just going to wait until the Sermon File is released for L4. When I consider the capabilities it should have, it just doesn't seem worth it to spend a lot of time copying and pasting my sermons into note files or some other stopgap approach
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bob Schaefer on Mon, Jan 17 2011
  • Re: New Interpreter's Bible and Dictionary of the Bible on Pre-pub

    I've got mixed feelings about this announcement. (Like many of you, it sounds.) On the one hand, I was practically doing the happy dance in my living room when I saw the New Interpreter's Bible on prepub. I've been lusting after a Logos edition (in a pure and holy way!) for several years now - it was so frustrating that such a useful set was available
    Posted to General by Bob Schaefer on Sun, Jan 16 2011
  • Scrolling request

    Most items in Logos 4 scroll one line at a time, but there are a few that scroll an entire page at a time - for example, the home screen and the reading mode. For mice that have "clicky" wheels, that works well. Scroll the wheel one click, and the view changes by one page. Scrolling doesn't work so well using other devices, though. My ThinkPad offers
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bob Schaefer on Tue, Dec 7 2010
  • Re: Standardize reference box behavior with web browsers

    Hi, Steve... That's my point, though - right clicking on the text does one thing, and right clicking on the empty space in the box does something else (and it's a something else that I can't imagine is actually helpful to anyone). In a browser, which is most people's point of reference for this sort of dialog box, it doesn't matter where you click
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bob Schaefer on Sat, Dec 4 2010
  • Standardize reference box behavior with web browsers

    What do you think? In a web browser, it's possible to copy the current address by right clicking anywhere in the address box. This simultaneously highlights the contents of the box and pops up a context menu. In Logos, it's necessary to click directly on the text of the reference box in order to achieve this. Clicking on blank space in the box, which
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bob Schaefer on Sat, Dec 4 2010
  • Re: Most used Bible version

    NRSV - It's generally the preferred text for worship in mainline denominations, and various editions (either Harper Collins or New Oxford Annotated) have been the standard texts in all of my college and seminary coursework. ESV - Because, honestly, I don't find a lot of significant difference between ESV and NRSV. I could happily swap one for the other
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bob Schaefer on Sat, Dec 4 2010
  • Re: Stereoscopic images...bear with me...this works!

    OK, I know I'm a year behind the curve, but I just figured out that these stereograms were viewable just by using the cross-eye technique. And - WOW! I clicked through every one this afternoon. It's hard to say what a difference the 3D makes for many of these images. Some are just breathtaking when you're finally able to see "through" the screen and
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bob Schaefer on Wed, Dec 1 2010
  • Re: How can I reference a clipping for future study?

    And here I was just happy at the pancake/syrup example...
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bob Schaefer on Wed, Dec 1 2010
  • Re: Note typing delay

    [quote user="George Somsel"] I think I will try an experiment -- I'll change the program setting regarding using the internet while I'm working on my notes then change it back when I stop. Perhaps it won't keep the gears spinning while I want to work. [/quote] Even better would be to use Logos completely offline, so there's no chance it's talking to
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bob Schaefer on Wed, Dec 1 2010
  • Re: My own papers and sermons

    [quote user="Fred Chapman"] EDIT: Bob and I were posting similar thoughts at the same time. [/quote] Great minds think alike, Fred.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bob Schaefer on Tue, Nov 23 2010
  • Re: My own papers and sermons

    Mark Barnes' video tutorial on notes is very instructive. You might get some inspiration watching it: http://www.4-14.org.uk/logos/tutorial-videos#vimeo-16960303
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bob Schaefer on Tue, Nov 23 2010
  • Re: My own papers and sermons

    [quote user="Nathan Klier"] Is there a way to take my own papers and sermons currently in word document format and add them to my searchable resources? [/quote] Welcome to the forums, Nathan! As Rick mentioned, the sermon file and personal book builder addins, coming next year to Logos 4, will give you this ability. You're right that they're options
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bob Schaefer on Tue, Nov 23 2010
  • Re: Lectionary

    [quote user="Philip Hoppe"] Seems odd that I would have lost that resource by upgrading. Logos 4 is suppose to be backwards compatible. [/quote] Hi, Philip... Here's what I think is going on - in Logos 3, the lectionary viewer was an addin. In Logos 4, each lectionary is a separate resource, like any other resource in your library. Upgrades to the Logos
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bob Schaefer on Tue, Nov 23 2010
  • Re: Keep the CD's?

    Bob, Thanks for clarifying the policy! I'm encouraged that licenses and downloads actually do work the way I always assumed they did. I've still got some AWOL licenses from the LLS days, but if I manage to locate those discs, I ought to be able to work that out by reinstalling things. (Still weird that they were present for me in Libronix, though.)
    Posted to General by Bob Schaefer on Mon, Nov 22 2010
  • Re: Keep the CD's?

    [quote user="Robert C. Kuefner Jr."] I'd still like to hear from a Logos employee whether things like my Luther's Works CD is still needed (it came from Concordia Publishing House) since Logos knows I have a license for it, and will download it should I ever need to restore my files from the Logos Server... [/quote] Sorry I'm late to the party - I was
    Posted to General by Bob Schaefer on Mon, Nov 22 2010
  • Re: Morphology of διάβολος

    Thanks for the speedy reply, Mark. You're a real asset to the Logos user community. I did some more digging after reading your reply, and I see that you're right - there does seem to be disagreement regarding whether to treat διάβολος as a noun, or as a substantive adjective. There isn't much agreement among the lexicons as to which it is. To me, the
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bob Schaefer on Mon, Nov 15 2010
  • Morphology of διάβολος

    I was surprised to discover that the Logos morphology tags διάβολος as an adjective every time it appears in the New Testament. Although there are a few instances where διάβολος is an adjective meaning slanderous, in the vast majority of instances it is a noun - ὁ διάβολος, meaning the slanderer / adversary / devil. I notice that the Gramcord morphology
    Posted to Logos 4 by Bob Schaefer on Mon, Nov 15 2010
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