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  • Re: What are the criteria for "recommended retail price"?

    Hi Terry, Thanks for the tip! I had a look at Amazon.com again and saw it , i.e. for the books under discussion "originally cost" $60 and this price is crossed through with a black line, giving the false (?) impression that a special deal is being made. My question still stands though: what is the value of displaying this information for the customer
    Posted to General by Philip E. Sumpter on Thu, Feb 18 2010
  • Re: What are the criteria for "recommended retail price"?

    Thanks for your replies. Wikipedia have a page on RRP here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suggested_retail_price . They note the danger for consumers: "Suggested prices can also be manipulated to be unreasonably high, allowing retailers to use deceptive advertising by showing the excessive price and then their actual selling price, implying to customers
    Posted to General by Philip E. Sumpter on Wed, Feb 17 2010
  • What are the criteria for "recommended retail price"?

    What are Logos' criteria for deciding the "recommended retail price" of a product? For example, Logos are offering two IVP dictionaries on pre-pub for $70. On the webpage, it says that the recommended retail price is $120. This looks like a good deal, until you look up how much the books cost elsewhere on the Internet. Just about everywhere else you
    Posted to General by Philip E. Sumpter on Tue, Feb 16 2010
  • Morphological search for Hebrew verb + suffix?

    This search is so basic I'm sure the problem lies with me, but I can't figure out how to do it (and can't find anything of relevance in the forum). The search is in Hebrew, searching in AFAT using the Andersen-Forbes morphology. I want to look for a 3rd person masculine singular perfect qal verb with a suffix. I want the second person feminine singular
    Posted to Logos 4 by Philip E. Sumpter on Tue, Feb 2 2010
  • Reporting false Bible references (conveniently)

    I can conveniently report spelling mistakes to Logos my right-clicking and selecting typo. My question: i s there an equally convenient way for reporting false Bible references? For example, in the Dictionary of Theological Interpretation we have: "in 2:3 and Gen. 41:35" (p. 195) where 2:3 should take me to Esther 2:3, but instead takes me to Gen 2
    Posted to Logos 4 by Philip E. Sumpter on Wed, Jan 20 2010
  • Re: 2 problems in Hebrew "Bible Word Study" (L4)

    Wow, I've discovered my first bug ... Thanks for the feedback. I think the preposition map is a brilliant idea. Searching for prepositions which follow verbs would be really useful for getting a feeling for the semantic range and function of the verb, as in any language. L4 is a wonderful product and I'm looking forward to the updates.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Philip E. Sumpter on Thu, Jan 14 2010
  • 2 problems in Hebrew "Bible Word Study" (L4)

    I'm getting some odd results when I do a Hebrew Bible Word study in L4, rendering significant functions useless. For example, the Preposition Use section for verbs only gives the prepositions which are prefixed to the verb, not those that follow it. This is useless , as verbs only take prepositions in the infinitve construct, and they are always ל,
    Posted to Logos 4 by Philip E. Sumpter on Sun, Jan 10 2010
  • Overview of recent updates?

    L4 regularly updates on its own. How can I find out what has been updated? So far, the Blog sometimes posts details, but this isn't really sufficient for an overview (is it?). For example, I would like to know when the Eißfeldt visual filter for the A-F analysed text will be installed. I don't want to have to keep checking (especially as I can't imagine
    Posted to Logos 4 by Philip E. Sumpter on Thu, Jan 7 2010
  • Re: Digital obsolescence?

    Thanks again for your responses and support. I just discovered the technology overview page on the Libronix website, which has a page all about digital obsolescence. They are evidently fully aware of this and are doing what they can to counteract it (e.g. saving resources in XML while making it available to consumers in their own proprietary format
    Posted to General by Philip E. Sumpter on Tue, Jan 5 2010
  • Re: Digital obsolescence?

    Thanks for this (I posted my question twice by accident). I think you've answered my other questions too about "tagged format," "transform sheets" and "generic readers."
    Posted to General by Philip E. Sumpter on Mon, Jan 4 2010
  • Re: Digital obsolescence?

    Thank you very much for your replies. I'm still a beginner here (I've avoided computers much of my life) and so have some basic (and perhaps pernickty) questions in response to your responses. - MJ. Smith: where can I get information about "markup storage"? Google and Wikipedia didn't give me anything. And what is "tagged format"? And would it be OK
    Posted to General by Philip E. Sumpter on Mon, Jan 4 2010
  • Re: Digital obsolescence?

    MJ. Smith, Thanks for your help. Where can I get more information on "markup storage"? I googled it and looked for it in wikipedia but didn't find anything.
    Posted to General by Philip E. Sumpter on Mon, Jan 4 2010
  • Digital obsolescence?

    I'm so excited by Logos's potential that I have not only invested a fair bit of money in a large upgrade, I have also taken the time to inform myself about computing in general, a topic in which I otherwise have no interest. I see this as a long-term investment worthy of my time, money, and energy. An issue that has arisen for me is that of " digital
    Posted to General by Philip E. Sumpter on Mon, Jan 4 2010
  • Re: missing clippings file in right-click menu

    L4a has updated this. Thank you Logos!
    Posted to Logos 4 by Philip E. Sumpter on Wed, Dec 23 2009
  • Re: Send Feedback

    Now for my next dumb question: how do you turn it on (or does "it" just mean L4?)
    Posted to Logos 4 by Philip E. Sumpter on Mon, Dec 21 2009
  • Re: Send Feedback

    "Send Feedback" looks useful. How do I start it? I can't find it in my L4 help section and the website logos.com/privacy doesn't tell me either.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Philip E. Sumpter on Mon, Dec 21 2009
  • Clippings documents clumsy to access

    I adore the new clippings function. They are, however, clumsy to access. This is nothing new, as it has already been discussed here http://community.logos.com/forums/p/7269/57406.aspx#57406 and here http://community.logos.com/forums/p/7530/59597.aspx#59597 (with useful image). I just thought I'd add my complaint to the list. When I read a document I
    Posted to Logos 4 by Philip E. Sumpter on Sun, Dec 20 2009
  • Re: missing clippings file in right-click menu

    Yep, I still have this problem.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Philip E. Sumpter on Sun, Dec 20 2009
  • Re: Visual filter

    George, if you hover your mouse over the text, a window pops up which tells you the source the text comes from.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Philip E. Sumpter on Mon, Dec 14 2009
  • Re: Visual filter

    Yep, I've just discovered that myself. I hope that they put this useful filter on Logos 4.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Philip E. Sumpter on Mon, Dec 14 2009
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