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  • Re: Controlling what pane a resource opens in

    [quote user="Bob Pritchett"] A) The Passage Guide in 3.0 had its own private logic that "forced" commentaries into the lower right window, and forced replacement over opening another window. We did not do that in 4.0 because we thought the new tab system made it less important to prevent new windows. Did we get this wrong? [/quote] Yes, I believe so
    Posted to Logos 4 by M Luper on Sun, Dec 20 2009
  • Re: How to update manually

    Thanks so much. Is there a place I can find the list of commands that can be used with Logos 4?
    Posted to Logos 4 by M Luper on Sun, Dec 20 2009
  • Where are the menus?

    In Libronix 3 there are a set of menus along the top that allow access to a number of commands and activties such as library management, saving and loading workshpaces, etc. In Logos 4 I can't find the menus. How are they accessed?
    Posted to Logos 4 by M Luper on Sun, Dec 20 2009
  • Re: How to update manually

    How do I access the command to update now?
    Posted to Logos 4 by M Luper on Sun, Dec 20 2009
  • How to update manually

    I do not want the auto update feature enabled, but can't find out how to update manually. Any help on how to update manually would be appreciated. I am really struggling with the lack of menu items that I was used to having in Libronix 3. It was easy to find the update link.
    Posted to Logos 4 by M Luper on Sun, Dec 20 2009
  • Re: New Product Suggestion: The Renaissance New Testament

    I really see this as an extension of the community. Any believer who works in iisolation, regardless of how much knowledge of a language they have, is destined for problems (is that not the very reason for the B-Greek list and other such communities). I see Yeager's work as one more informed member of the community whose voice I include in my attempt
    Posted to Suggestions by M Luper on Tue, Sep 8 2009
  • New Product Suggestion: The Renaissance New Testament

    I would like to see logos produce an electronic version of the Renaissance New Testament. It is a work that goes through the entire Greek New Testament providing grammatical and syntactical parsing and explanations.It is certainly one of the most helpful works I have used over the past three decades of biblical studies. As one noted Christian Journal
    Posted to Suggestions by M Luper on Tue, Sep 8 2009
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