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  • Re: Biblia Development?

    I would like support for Interlinears (Greek-English New Testaments, Bibles that show Manuscript, Lemma, Parsings, etc.).
    Posted to Biblia.com by Scott Sanjay Hayes on Wed, Apr 23 2014
  • Re: fonts for SBL GNT

    I already had the SBL Greek font, so I tried uninstalling the font from Windows XP, downloading, and reinstalling the font from the SBL site. It still doesn't work in Internet Explorer and Chrome, but it DOES work in Opera. (Weird!) Doesn't work on Internet Explorer 8.0.6001.18702 Doesn't work on Chrome Version 27.0.1453.110 m Works on Opera 9.27 Does
    Posted to Biblia.com by Scott Sanjay Hayes on Sun, Jun 9 2013
  • Re: Google Chromebooks & Logos

    What I would like is a better option for interlinear Bibles on Biblia.com. Now, it just displays the base text with no English translation, which is pretty much useless for an interlinear. It lieu of an interlinear, could you please at least model it as an INTRAlinear where the English translations follow the Greek or Hebrew in the text (perhaps in
    Posted to Biblia.com by Scott Sanjay Hayes on Sat, Jun 8 2013
  • fonts for SBL GNT

    I'm having trouble viewing the SBL Greek New Testament in Biblia.com. There seems to be a font missing, so some of the symbols show up as squares. (See screenshot below.) I'm using Windows XP on that machine (still). It works fine on my Windows 7 machine, but I thought it might be a difference in fonts. Does anyone know what font I need to have installed
    Posted to Biblia.com by Scott Sanjay Hayes on Sat, Jun 8 2013
  • Re: Faithlife Study Bible Infographics problem

    Mike, When I right-click and save the image, the resulting file is pixelated and looks terrible when I enlarge it. I've tried going to "Actual Size" in Logos 4 first, and then saving, but that does work either. The same thing happens when I export to PowerPoint. The resulting image is pixelated when I try to see the text in the image. The result is
    Posted to Logos 4 by Scott Sanjay Hayes on Sun, Jan 27 2013
  • Authorized Version vs King James Version in Logos

    I see both the "Authorized Version" and the "King James Version" in the library. What's the difference between the two? One seems to contain the epistle dedicatory to King James and some slightly difference formatting, but is that the only difference? Thanks! Scott
    Posted to General by Scott Sanjay Hayes on Fri, Jan 25 2013
  • Nestle-Aland 28th edition

    The 28th edition of the Nestle-Aland Greek New Testament ( Novum Testamentum Graece ) has been released. How soon will it be available for Logos 4 on Windows?
    Posted to Logos 4 by Scott Sanjay Hayes on Tue, Sep 25 2012
  • Perseus Classics summaries

    When a Perseus Classic appears as a "book of the day" in Logos 4, the summaries are all the same. "The works in the Perseus Classics Collection allow you to carefully study Greek and Latin and further familiarize yourself with literature and languages of ancient Greece and Rome. Understanding these languages is an invaluable tool in the study of the
    Posted to Logos 4 by Scott Sanjay Hayes on Fri, Mar 9 2012
  • Re: changing font or display size

    Wow! This is my new favorite feature! I was having trouble distinguishing the eta from eta with iota subscript in the Greek New Testament Insert. I used this to increase the font size in that window, and now it's easy to distinguish eta from eta with iota subscript. Thanks!
    Posted to Logos 4 by Scott Sanjay Hayes on Sun, Dec 4 2011
  • Re: How do I fix up of Greek quotes in Word docs so Logos will properly display in PBB files.

    For the circumflex character, I think you want the left square bracket [. For example, left square bracket plus "v" in Greek Polytonic gives you an omega with a circumflex. ] + v To add the iota subscript, use the RIGHT ALT key. This only works with the right ALT key, not the left one. So right ALT key + left square bracket + v gives you an omega with
    Posted to Logos 4 by Scott Sanjay Hayes on Thu, Dec 1 2011
  • Re: Greek thesaurus?

    Also try "Synonyms of The New Testament" by Richard Trench. http://www.logos.com/product/6553/synonyms-of-the-new-testament
    Posted to General by Scott Sanjay Hayes on Thu, Sep 29 2011
  • Re: search KJV/AV translators' notes

    Thanks! That worked for me.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Scott Sanjay Hayes on Thu, Sep 22 2011
  • search KJV/AV translators' notes

    How do I search for translators' notes in the King James Version (Authorized Version)? For example, in the KJV/AV printed manuscript, Luke 1:28 reads: And the angel came in unto her, and said, Hail, thou that art || highly favoured, the Lord is with thee: blessed art thou among women. The side note reads: || Or, graciously accepted, or much graced,
    Posted to Logos 4 by Scott Sanjay Hayes on Wed, Sep 21 2011
  • Greek noun search not like Libronix/Logos 3

    When I search for the Greek word for shepherd ποιμην in Logos 4, I get a different result than in Logos 3. Logos 3 seems to be smart enough to search for all declensions of the noun, finding ποιμὴν (nom. sg. masc.), ποιμένα (acc. sg. masc.), ποιμένες (nom. pl. masc.), ποιμένων (gen. pl. masc.), etc. Logos 4 ONLY finds ποιμὴν (nom. sg. masc.) and that
    Posted to Logos 4 by Scott Sanjay Hayes on Fri, Sep 16 2011
  • Re: Personal Book Builder - milestones don't work

    Yes, I did do it as all French. The language in the Word doc was French, and the language in Personal Book Builder was French. Logos 4 still didn't process the document correctly. My hunch is that the language tags in the Word doc are throwing off the Logos Personal Book Builder somehow?
    Posted to Logos 4 by Scott Sanjay Hayes on Wed, Sep 7 2011
  • Personal Book Builder - milestones don't work

    Milestones are the reference markers for the current place in the book. I used the bible reference milestone [[@BIBLE:Matthew 1:1]] in a personal book. After compiling the reference is supposed to be invisible, but in my case it still showed up in the compiled personal book as [[@BIBLE:Matthew 1:1]] and Logos had linked the word "Matthew" to the book
    Posted to Logos 4 by Scott Sanjay Hayes on Tue, Sep 6 2011
  • Convert Graeca/Hebraica

    Has anyone had any luck converting old Graeca/Hebraica font Word documents to Unicode? A friend of mine just got Logos 4. It seems to be missing the Graeca/Hebraica conversion tools. In Logos 3, it's under Tools > Original Language Tools, Convert Graeca/Hebraica. I tried converting an old GraecaII Greek font Word document to Gentium. Most of the Greek
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