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  • Re: Schaff's Creeds of Christendom (new PBB)

    Sorry to resurrect and old thread, but I'm looking for vols 2 & 3. Had anybody had any luck compiling them to .docx PBB format? If so, would you mind sharing, perhaps on stilltruth.com? If not, I'll try my hand at it. Halo Hound, do you happen to have that script around still, and if so would you mind sharing?
    Posted to Files by Mitchell on Mon, Jan 30 2012
  • Re: Mormon Studies Collection

    I realize who Luther was, I was just having a bit of fun with words. I stand by my statement that Luther was Catholic. He just didn't stay Catholic.
    Posted to General by Mitchell on Sat, Jan 28 2012
  • Re: Mormon Studies Collection

    Hey, Martin Luther was a Catholic! I'm using "was" in a very strict sense here...
    Posted to General by Mitchell on Sat, Jan 28 2012
  • Re: Why New Interpreters Bible

    Has anyone else noticed on the product page that NIB won't be available for mobile devices? It only has the Mac and PC icons. Right now it's just wishful thinking for me either way, but even if I did have the money to spend on it that would be a dealbreaker.
    Posted to General by Mitchell on Sat, Jan 28 2012
  • Re: Mormon Studies Collection

    [quote user="BriM"] It would be nice if resources like this could be compartmentalised so that they would only be searched if explicitly selected. I realise I could create a collection of "Mainstream Christian Resources" or similar and search that, but I tend to search my whole library and I guess many people do the same. I'm thinking that a checkbox
    Posted to General by Mitchell on Fri, Jan 27 2012
  • Re: CLOSING FRIDAY: The Book of the Popes (Liber Pontificalis)

    Link here: http://www.logos.com/product/16673/the-book-of-the-popes
    Posted to General by Mitchell on Wed, Jan 25 2012
  • Re: Mormon Studies Collection

    [quote user="Mike Pettit"] The lower the better but if people always lowball it will never move into production, my personal view is that a realistic price is anywhere over $50. Just look at what you are getting here. [/quote] Point taken but if you look at the spectrum they offer, this is one of the lower prices set to produce (which makes sense, if
    Posted to General by Mitchell on Tue, Jan 24 2012
  • Re: Mormon Studies Collection

    Let's pick a low price and all go in together at that price point, so we can keep this from getting out of hand. Right now the projected price is right at the higher end of the spectrum, but it's early in the game so a few low bids could change that. I bid $25. I could go up to $30 but I don't think more than that. What saith the hivemind?
    Posted to General by Mitchell on Tue, Jan 24 2012
  • Re: Open Kindle Books in logos

    I am using a Mac, but I think I forgot a step. The HTMLZ file is really a zip file, and you'll need to extract it first. I'm starting to vaguely recall renaming the HTMLZ file to a .zip extension, then double-clicking to extract. I'm not at my mac now to test this, but that should do the trick.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Mitchell on Mon, Jan 23 2012
  • Re: Open Kindle Books in logos

    Calibre supports exporting to what they call "HTMLZ", which is essentially a ZIP file containing an HTML document and its associated files (images and stylesheet). I picked this over RTF for two reasons. 1) It keeps links intact, which means that the table of contents is created automatically and 2) it supports images. Honestly I didn't even try it
    Posted to Logos 4 by Mitchell on Mon, Jan 23 2012
  • Re: Open Kindle Books in logos

    I've done this, using a combination of Calibre and Word to turn a Kindle book into a personal book file. I think NewbieMick covered the legality issue as best as it can be covered - that is to say, it is absolutely, definitely, beyond the slightest shadow of a doubt... a grey area. Sharing (and especially selling) of said resources is not a grey area
    Posted to Logos 4 by Mitchell on Mon, Jan 23 2012
  • CP: Scofield Collection (including reference Bible)

    Hey all, Love him or hate him, this is great stuff to have in your library. Right now the bidding is at $20 with a long way to go, but I bet if we get enough people in we could get it to 100% at $15 or less in no time at all! Linky: http://www.logos.com/product/16396/c-i-scofield-collection
    Posted to General by Mitchell on Fri, Jan 20 2012
  • Re: Personal Books on iPad

    [quote user="alabama24"] [quote user="Chris Roberts"]And only on the latest iPad even. This does not work on the iPad 1. [/quote] Make sure you are using iOS 5. It works just fine on mine. [/quote] 5.0.1 added support for multitouch gestures on the first iPad.
    Posted to Old iOS Forum (research only) by Mitchell on Thu, Jan 19 2012
  • Re: Why God Used Dwight L. Moody

    Here's a useful resource for copyright terms. It comes from Cornell, so I think it's safe to assume that it's reliable. http://copyright.cornell.edu/resources/publicdomain.cfm According to the table there, all works published in the U.S. prior to 1923 are in the public domain, so this work just misses the cutoff provided it was renewed. If it wasn't
    Posted to Files by Mitchell on Wed, Jan 18 2012
  • Re: All this talk about BIG...

    My bet is free resources, something along similar lines to Perseus. It could be Logos 5, but the "bigness" of that isn't guaranteed. Version numbers are kind of arbitrary these days (see: Firefox).
    Posted to General by Mitchell on Thu, Jan 12 2012
  • Re: New Interpreter's Bible treatment of Psalm 44

    I think this comment keeps in line with discussion of the resource, not discussion of the theological topic. Keep in mind that this is a commentary on a specific passage that deals with suffering, not a comprehensive theological treatment of the topic of suffering as a whole. I would say that, in the context of this psalm, everything the commentator
    Posted to General by Mitchell on Wed, Jan 11 2012
  • Re: ePub support for Personal Books?

    I realize that, and I've used the PBB functionality for that very purpose, but as far as electronic formats for books (as opposed to, say, sermons or essays) ePub is the standard. You won't find eBooks on Google Books or Project Gutenberg formatted in .docx. In order to get ePub books into the PBB format with formatting and TOC retained, I have to convert
    Posted to Logos 4 by Mitchell on Mon, Jan 9 2012
  • Re: ePub support for Personal Books?

    Of course, there's also a large library of free, public domain ePubs available around the internet, Project Gutenberg being the prime example. There are also stores where you can purchase DRM-free copies of works still under copyright. Logos' motivation for not allowing ePub import has far less to do with copyright and far more to do with their business
    Posted to Logos 4 by Mitchell on Mon, Jan 9 2012
  • Re: Software for Reading and Speaking Hebrew?

    Don't feed the troll. In response to Samuel, Rosetta Stone has an offering for Hebrew, and I've known several people who've used their products and loved them. The software attempts to simulate the experience of total immersion in a language, so it will help a lot with vocabulary but it will take a while for you to pick up on the formal details of the
    Posted to General by Mitchell on Sun, Jan 8 2012
  • Re: Base Package Comparison - in Excel!

    Haha, I wouldn't say no to that! I'm glad this has been so helpful, I'll be sure to keep this updated whenever base packages change.
    Posted to General by Mitchell on Tue, Jan 3 2012
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