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  • Re: Book Suggestion: Knox Bible

    I have done that and I've made the suggesting that they might consider a package deal, by which we would pay for a printed Knox Bible and a license and permission to Faithlife to produce an electronic resource and a license for the purchaser to use it. I'd gladly pay for another copy of the Knox Bible, it's based on the D-R but with updates from the
    Posted to Catholic Products by David J. Ring, Jr. on Sat, May 1 2021
  • Re: Book Suggestion: Knox Bible

    I tried to PM you but there's no way to do that for you. Thanks anyway, I'm sorry to hear Logos is having problems. DR
    Posted to Catholic Products by David J. Ring, Jr. on Sat, May 1 2021
  • Re: Book Suggestion: Knox Bible

    Is there a page to learn about the changes you mentioned? Best wishes, DR
    Posted to Catholic Products by David J. Ring, Jr. on Fri, Apr 30 2021
  • Re: Book Suggestion: Knox Bible

    If the Rights holder is afraid of losing bound paper book sales, I'd buy another Leather bound Knox Bible if it was purchased with a license for an electronic resource produced by Verbum. Do they understand we study with Verbum, but we usually sit in an armchair with a printed volume if we are reading for pleasure or enrichment. Right now I have to
    Posted to Catholic Products by David J. Ring, Jr. on Fri, Apr 30 2021
  • Re: Book Suggestion: Knox Bible

    Don, Is there anything we outsiders can do? I own both their books in print, are they worried that they won't get paper book sales? I have both books and I would still buy both books because it's a different type of reading that I do with Logos/Verbum. I'm more much more apt to read for pleasure or reflective meditation with a bound paper book than
    Posted to Catholic Products by David J. Ring, Jr. on Fri, Feb 12 2021
  • Re: SUGGESTION: The Universal Bible of the Protestant, Catholic, Orthodox, Ethiopic, Syriac, & Samaritan Church by Joseph Lumpkin

    Another great book we should have, thank you Martha, you're a step ahead of most of us. You must read the best things because I always come across you recommending the same things I want.
    Posted to Suggestions by David J. Ring, Jr. on Mon, Feb 8 2021
  • Re: Book Suggestion: Knox Bible

    My immediate problem is that Last Pass recognizes the site as a faithlife site and not a feedbear site. I have to manually log into feedback.feedbear.com and then go to feedback.faithlife.com and I will be logged in. Faithlife should have kept the address as feedback.feedbear.com or at least redirect feedback.faithlife.com to that address so people
    Posted to Catholic Products by David J. Ring, Jr. on Sat, Feb 6 2021
  • Re: Book Suggestion: Knox Bible

    Craig St. Clair, Any update on Knox Bible and Divine Intimacy? Anything we can do on the outside? It might be hopeless to get a "macro" to give us the readings in English for the date in Divine Intimacy which uses the Latin Tridentine Mass and calendar. Both books are enormously useful, Msgr. Knox's translation has to be the best modern translation
    Posted to Catholic Products by David J. Ring, Jr. on Sat, Feb 6 2021
  • Re: Book Suggestion: Knox Bible

    The feedback.faithlife.com site also requires a new username and password, so I cannot even vote to have it added to the Faithlife SSO system without registering again. Why do I need yet another account? Regards, David
    Posted to Catholic Products by David J. Ring, Jr. on Fri, Feb 5 2021
  • Re: Book Suggestion: Knox Bible

    feedback.faithlife.com needs a different log than all the other "Logos" related sites. I can go from Logos.com to verbum.com to biblia.com to faithlife.com and not need to log in, but if I try to log into feedback.faithlife.com, I need a whole different username and password. Angels protect us! Thanks, MJ. DR
    Posted to Catholic Products by David J. Ring, Jr. on Fri, Feb 5 2021
  • Re: Book Suggestion: Knox Bible

    Any updates on this, or Divine Intimacy? Can we write to Baronius, I have both of their publications and I've given some away also, I just want it in Verbum to go alone with the rest of my library. I don't care if Baronius makes us submit proof of buying their books, I love my physical books and I read them for pleasure, but I use Verbum for study.
    Posted to Catholic Products by David J. Ring, Jr. on Fri, Feb 5 2021
  • Re: Divine Intimacy?

    According to other posts on the Community, Baronius has been asked about Verbum licensing to electronically publish both Divine Intimacy and the Knox Bible by Msgr. Ronald Knox. Since the posts are over a year old, I gather that Baronius hasn't answered. If Baronius is thinking that licensing Verbum is going to hurt their sales, I'd entertain an agreement
    Posted to Suggestions by David J. Ring, Jr. on Tue, Jan 5 2021
  • ESV-CE License Needed? - HELP - Help Needed - Previous Posting Unanswered -

    Hello I'm running Verbum 8.15.0.0004 on Windows 10 Home Version 2004, OS Build 19041.630 Windows Feature Experience Pack 120.2212.310. I have 47 GB free on my hard drive. I have 8 GB RAM and I am running an Intel I5 CPU. I was getting this error message, which is announced in a pop up: "The installation of Verbum did not succeed" Since I had this error
    Posted to Catholic Products by David J. Ring, Jr. on Sun, Nov 15 2020
  • Re: Error when opening Verbum 8 in Windows 10

    I think it's related to the problem I have opening ESV-CE. When I try to open that book - which I purchased recently - I get the message - "You do not have the license to open that book." LLS:ESVCATHOLIC How do I get a license? Don't I get that automatically after I purchase a book? Thanks, David
    Posted to Catholic Products by David J. Ring, Jr. on Sat, Nov 14 2020
  • Error when opening Verbum 8 in Windows 10

    Hello I'm running Verbum 8.15.0.0004 on Windows 10 Home Version 2004, OS Build 19041.630 Windows Feature Experience Pack 120.2212.310. I have 47 GB free on my hard drive. I have 8 GB RAM and I am running an Intel I5 CPU. I was getting this error message, I tried "Programs Error message pop up announces: "The installation of Verbum did not succeed" Since
    Posted to Catholic Products by David J. Ring, Jr. on Thu, Nov 12 2020
  • Re: Catechism of the Catholic Church (2nd Ed.) - Formating the Index

    MJ, I don't know if you have the Webster's Dictionary or the Compton's Encyclopedia, or similar, but they all have an index, and in Logos, you can go to the first letter, say "A" then it unfolds to a page that has "A to Abandonment" and underneath that "Abba to B" and if you select one of those sub headings, you get to the word you want to read about
    Posted to Catholic Products by David J. Ring, Jr. on Mon, Jul 6 2020
  • Re: St. Bede the Venerable - May 25

    Because Logos owns Verbum and all the contact addresses for customer service are at the logos domain. The contact email is: customerservice@logos.com I corrected it. The official email is: customerservice@faithlife.com And there is cs@verbum.com also for "Verbum" customer service, in August 2014, Logos became FaithLife Corporation faithlife.com and
    Posted to Catholic Products by David J. Ring, Jr. on Tue, Jun 2 2020
  • Re: St. Bede the Venerable - May 25

    So contact them at contact@logos.com or call them on the phone.
    Posted to Catholic Products by David J. Ring, Jr. on Tue, Jun 2 2020
  • Catechism of the Catholic Church (2nd Ed.) - Formating the Index

    In Logos editions of Dictionaries such as Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary (Eleventh Edition), Logos formats the lengthy "A Dictionary of the English Language" in headings of the alphabet, then subheadings such as A, a to aboveboard, then into individual entries. I'm asking for suggestions and support forum members about doing something
    Posted to Catholic Products by David J. Ring, Jr. on Mon, Jun 1 2020
  • Re: St. Bede the Venerable - May 25

    There is a way in the Android app, and in Verbum / Logos Windows programs to report typo. In the Verbum program, highlight the word, and click the right mouse button, wait a moment and you will see a menu, at the very bottom you will see "Report a typo", a pop up will appear, it will say "selected word =, should be=" then under that a space for comments
    Posted to Catholic Products by David J. Ring, Jr. on Mon, Jun 1 2020
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