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  • Re: Ver 1.0.3 Comments

    [quote user="Dave Hooton"] [quote user="Sir Maru"]I opened Favorites \ Mobile Favorites on the L4 window. Then I opened Easton's Bible Dictionary. I can find no way to copy it from its tabs into the Mobil Favorites folder. [/quote] The action is drag and drop the resource tab with the mouse. [/quote] I can drag and drop a resource tab to another location
    Posted to Old Android Forum (research only) by Sir Maru on Thu, May 31 2012
  • Re: Ver 1.0.3 Comments

    [quote user="Dave Hooton"] [quote user="Sir Maru"]How does one add entire books to Mobile Favorites on the desktop?[/quote] It's the same as adding to any folder on the desktop - select the folder and drag the resource into it. [/quote] I opened Favorites \ Mobile Favorites on the L4 window. Then I opened Easton's Bible Dictionary. I can find no way
    Posted to Old Android Forum (research only) by Sir Maru on Tue, May 29 2012
  • Re: Ver 1.0.3 Comments

    [quote user="Jim Crouch"] I have added categories such as you mention on my desktop: Grammars, Dictionaries, etc. When I access "favorites" on my Android device, the listed of favorites show up. I can then select what I need. It is a good way to organize your most used volumes and access them quickly. [/quote] How does one add entire books to Mobile
    Posted to Old Android Forum (research only) by Sir Maru on Tue, May 29 2012
  • Re: Make Syncing Notes a Priority in Development

    [quote user="David Pugh"] I get the error message "Navigation Failed" when trying to use the verse selector. [/quote] Did you use the three step verse selector or did you type a verse into the verse box at the top of a page? One or both of them may require access to the Logos servers and may not be usable offline. I just hope one of them works offline
    Posted to Old Android Forum (research only) by Sir Maru on Mon, May 28 2012
  • Re: Ver 1.0.3 Comments

    [quote user="Dave Hooton"] Points 4 & 7 express my desire that version 1 should have included Library filtering. Logos threw in a Favorites feature, perhaps as a bridge, but it is a poor implementation as all your books go into one folder. [/quote] I like that "Favorites" link. I never noticed it before. I will use it until notes on the android app
    Posted to Old Android Forum (research only) by Sir Maru on Mon, May 28 2012
  • Ver 1.0.3 Comments

    I just received version 1.0.3 from the Amazon App Store as an upgrade. My initial comments from using my Kindle Fire: 1. Bible index blocks are too small and use a light font on light backgrounds. They should be enlarged and use a black font on light backgrounds. Preferably they should fill the entire Kindle Fire screen. 2. Bible text for low light
    Posted to Old Android Forum (research only) by Sir Maru on Sun, May 27 2012
  • Re: Lost 95+% of my note file

    [quote user="Ronald Quick"] It's good to hear that Logos does have a backup copy of each user's notes. However, is there any way that I can make a backup of my own notes? [/quote] If you open your Note file in Logos 4, you can then export it to Word. However, if you have to get it back, you would have to copy and paste it back note by note. There should
    Posted to Logos 4 by Sir Maru on Mon, May 21 2012
  • Re: Will Android version match iOS feature set?

    [quote user="Lynden Williams"] Richard see this thread. http://community.logos.com/forums/t/34373.aspx [/quote] That link is from June, 2011. These days I virtually use only my Kindle Fire to use Bible resources and, as of android version 0.9.4, I still cannot use them with Logos. Thus, I am now just making do with the Android AcroBible from the Amazon
    Posted to Old Android Forum (research only) by Sir Maru on Sun, May 20 2012
  • Re: New Feature Requests for Android

    [quote user="Zach Volker"] 1. Be able to filter the library to only display local downloaded books, not entire library. thank you. [/quote] If you turn off WiFi, only downloaded books will display.
    Posted to Old Android Forum (research only) by Sir Maru on Wed, May 9 2012
  • Re: Recommendation: Verse Picker Simplification and Power

    [quote user="Pete Holzmann"] I have fat fingers as well... even touching the book/chap/verse buttons can be tricky. [/quote] I've noticed that the Logos Android (v 0.94) has very small boxes for the 3 stage verse picker. In contrast the Tecarta 3 stage verse picker uses large boxes. Maybe the Logos designers could enlarge those boxes. That would help
    Posted to Old Android Forum (research only) by Sir Maru on Mon, May 7 2012
  • Re: Update on the Android app?

    [quote user="Rahul Garg"] I hope the new update comes soon. Waiting for it for so long. __________________ Death and Choclate. [/quote] Update 1.0.0 Beta for Logos has been released. When it goes live on the Amazon Store, we Kindle Fire owners will get it. In the meantime I'm making do with the "And Bible" and the Tecarta Bibles for my Kindle fire.
    Posted to Old Android Forum (research only) by Sir Maru on Tue, May 1 2012
  • Re: Reading Hebrew in Android

    [quote user="Suk Yee Lee"] But my problem is: I have Logos 3 runs on Windows. Then I bought an Android device and downloaded the logos app. Now I can access the resources in my Logos 3. However, when I read Hebrew, there is problem. So I am asking what if I run Logos 4 on my window and access this Logos 4 resources in my android through an app, would
    Posted to Old Android Forum (research only) by Sir Maru on Mon, Apr 23 2012
  • Re: Vertial Scroll

    [quote user="Al Kubat"] Are there any plans to add a vertical scroll option when reading text? I do perfer it vs the side to side scroll. It is more natural for me I guess. [/quote] Tecarta Android Bibles already have vertical scrolls with variable speeds to match readers in bible studies. Thus, it can definitely be done. Maybe Logos should merge with
    Posted to Old Android Forum (research only) by Sir Maru on Sun, Apr 1 2012
  • Re: Logos Android App Development Seems to Have Slowed to a Crawl

    [quote user="Tony Thomas"]I would love to see Logos make the Android version a more versatile offline tool, as I don't have access to the web via my tablet much of the time. Two features that would be useful would be offline search and the ability to categorize resources. Anything else you would like to see? [/quote] I second that request. My Church
    Posted to Old Android Forum (research only) by Sir Maru on Tue, Mar 27 2012
  • Re: Logos Android App Development Seems to Have Slowed to a Crawl

    Don't be too hard on Logos. My Osnova eBibles used to be great on the Kindle Keyboard but are too slow to find verses on the Kindle Fire. My Tecarta eBibles work great on the Kindle Fire but their web site is still inoperable to be able to sync with my Kindle Fire eBibles. Thus, NONE are perfect. Remember, Romans 2:23 "all............fall short of the
    Posted to Old Android Forum (research only) by Sir Maru on Thu, Mar 22 2012
  • Re: Guide: Export to Kindle with native TOC, Footnotes, and Chapter Navigation Marks

    [quote user="Rob"] But this is surely a faith statement. Begging, pleading, pressuring, these book and music industry giants is exactly what is needed isn't it? Are these companies not at present facing the courts due to price fixing allegations? [/quote] I have read elsewhere that the US Government is taking action against 5 publishers AND Apple for
    Posted to Logos 4 by Sir Maru on Mon, Mar 19 2012
  • Re: Guide: Export to Kindle with native TOC, Footnotes, and Chapter Navigation Marks

    [quote user="Mark Barnes"] [quote user="Sir Maru"]Stripping out copy protection still violates the EULA as demonstrated earlier in this thread.[/quote] Circumventing copy protection does violate the EULA. But using Logos' built in copy/paste and export features doesn't. http://community.logos.com/forums/p/27872/223644.aspx#223644 [/quote] From that
    Posted to Logos 4 by Sir Maru on Sun, Mar 18 2012
  • Re: Guide: Export to Kindle with native TOC, Footnotes, and Chapter Navigation Marks

    [quote user="Rosie Perera"] [quote user="Sir Maru"]Buying a second copy conforms to all present laws so far as I know and is the proper way to use eBooks with more than one brand of device or software.[/quote] I presume the laws will catch up for eBooks eventually, as people who own a book they purchased ought to be able to read it on any device of
    Posted to Logos 4 by Sir Maru on Sun, Mar 18 2012
  • Re: Guide: Export to Kindle with native TOC, Footnotes, and Chapter Navigation Marks

    [quote user="Rob"] Well, I'm glad it works for you Sir Maru. Living in the USA and having plenty of $$ must be nice. I'm currently unemployed with a young family. Hopefully I have a job starting in a few weeks. People use Logos and eBooks using various devices. As I said, I'm not using your tools and have no intention of changing my Kindles for a Kindle
    Posted to Logos 4 by Sir Maru on Sun, Mar 18 2012
  • Re: Guide: Export to Kindle with native TOC, Footnotes, and Chapter Navigation Marks

    [quote user="Mark Barnes"] I currently have three copies of every single one of my resources, and five copies of some (home desktop, home laptop, work desktop, plus iPhone and/or iPad). This is all OK, because the EULA says " We hereby grant You a nonexclusive license to use the Software and "unlocked" Content on the computer or computers used primarily
    Posted to Logos 4 by Sir Maru on Sun, Mar 18 2012
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