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  • Re: Hebrew Vowel Points Do Not Line Up

    Thanks Drew, It is disappointing that my current Android device will not display Hebrew as it. There is a way to upgrade Android software but at some point the hardware will no longer be compatible, so we will have to see. Nevertheless, I appreciate the work Logos has put into this issue.
    Posted to Android Apps by Kent Mundhenk on Fri, Nov 9 2012
  • Re: Hebrew Vowel Points Do Not Line Up

    I know that there is some emphasis on original language tools. They recently offered a Scholars Camp Logos 1 for Bible school and seminary professors. This had an impact on at least one attending seminary as Logos became the preferred Bible software for the institution. This was in large part due to the original language tools and capabilities. I believe
    Posted to Android Apps by Kent Mundhenk on Fri, Nov 9 2012
  • Re: Hebrew Vowel Points Do Not Line Up

    It seems that the problem is either something in the smatrphone technology, or simply the Logos app. Above, Dave mentioned that the iOS and Android use similar drawing technologies. Also,Ben mentioned having this problem on his ipod Touch. I am now using firware 2.3.5 (Gingerbread) and nothing has changed. Even if the vowel points and Hebrew text do
    Posted to Android Apps by Kent Mundhenk on Thu, Nov 8 2012
  • Re: Free Book - Presidents day

    It looks like they fixed the problem. The resource is downloading now. Thanks, Logos.
    Posted to General by Kent Mundhenk on Tue, Feb 21 2012
  • Re: Hebrew Vowel Points Do Not Line Up

    There are probably enough people who use Logos Hebrew resources on their smartphone to warrant devoting some man-hours to getting it fixed. I keep hoping this string will get their attention but it might need a few more posts.
    Posted to Android Apps by Kent Mundhenk on Tue, Dec 13 2011
  • Re: Hebrew Vowel Points Do Not Line Up

    I completely agree… having all my resources available from my phone is simply incredible. I have downloaded several of them to my phone for faster lookups or when WiFi is spotty. I guess I can deal with lookup and vowel points being a bit off, but it will be nice when Logos gets it fixed. It’s been a problem since the beta version although they have
    Posted to Android Apps by Kent Mundhenk on Sat, Nov 5 2011
  • Re: Hebrew Vowel Points Do Not Line Up

    Thanks. Do you have any Hebrew sources from Logos on your Android? If so, do the vowel points line up?
    Posted to Android Apps by Kent Mundhenk on Thu, Nov 3 2011
  • Re: Hebrew Vowel Points Do Not Line Up

    If I’m hearing you correctly, the problem is not with the Logos software but the latest Android operating system (and pre-iOS 5 operating systems). So I can only hope that the next Android OS fixes the issue, correct?
    Posted to Android Apps by Kent Mundhenk on Sat, Oct 29 2011
  • Re: Hebrew Vowel Points Do Not Line Up

    Thanks Ben. Well, it seems possible that it is not he phone althoug I'd be interested in hearing from people who do not have this problem and what phone they are using. I'd also be interested in hearing from Logos but neither have happened so far.
    Posted to Android Apps by Kent Mundhenk on Fri, Oct 28 2011
  • Hebrew Vowel Points Do Not Line Up

    Using my Samsung Captivate (AT&T; OS 2.2), the vowel points are underneath the corresponding Hebrew letter, but they are aligned to the left side. Not only does this slow down reading, it gets confusing when the second vowel of a composite shewa is under the letter that follows. This happens in both the Stuttgartensia and the Lexham interlinear. Any
    Posted to Android Apps by Kent Mundhenk on Mon, Oct 24 2011
  • Re: download great, install not

    I also have a Galaxy S but under Settings>Appilcations there is nothing about 3rd party applications, not on that menu or any of the 4 submenus. Any ideas? Kent
    Posted to Android Apps by Kent Mundhenk on Sat, Jul 2 2011
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