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  • Re: No "look up" function

    Got it! It seems it wasn't working earlier because there was a problem with the connection. It works now. Thank you!
    Posted to Android Apps by Paul Na on Mon, Oct 7 2013
  • No "look up" function

    I have been using the iOS Logos App for a while, and finally got an android device. I was disappointed when I didn't find the "Look up" function when highlighting text. I use it frequently on my iphone when reading the ESV, because it allows me to get an instant view of the MSS and Lemma, along with morphology. There is also a "Bible Word Study" link
    Posted to Android Apps by Paul Na on Mon, Oct 7 2013
  • Discount on New Editions

    Are there any discounts offered on new editions of the books I already own? For instance, the third edition of Christian Theology is coming out on Logos soon, and I just bought the second edition. Do I have to pay the full price on the new edition? Also, if I buy the new edition, do I get to keep both editions or is Logos going to get rid of the previous
    Posted to General by Paul Na on Thu, Sep 5 2013
  • Re: Where are the Korean Bibles?

    [quote user="Bob Pritchett"] We have previously had both Korean and Japanese Bibles; (see also: http://www.bible.or. jp/purchase/newbible/greece.html) but I don't know the present status. I do know we hope to improve other-language support in the coming year, and I'll check in on the status of these texts. -- Bob [/quote] Wow.. The link is showing a
    Posted to Suggestions by Paul Na on Sat, Mar 2 2013
  • Re: Where are the Korean Bibles?

    [quote user="fgh"]That's not what this forum (or the e-mail address) is for. It's just for helping them to assess interest.[/quote] I see. Well I guess I'll just wait and help gather interest in the meantime. [quote user="fgh"]Not sure what you mean? Most of the features would be available if you tagged it properly.[/quote] I didn't know that. I'll
    Posted to Suggestions by Paul Na on Sat, Mar 2 2013
  • Re: Where are the Korean Bibles?

    [quote user="fgh"] They have assured us they read all posts in the Suggestions forum, as well as all mails to suggest@logos.com , and chart every request. [/quote] Well that's good to hear.. I just wasn't sure because I posted about this issue twice, yet no Logos rep ever gave me a reply. [quote user="fgh"] Bibles that old can often be found on the
    Posted to Suggestions by Paul Na on Fri, Mar 1 2013
  • Re: Where are the Korean Bibles?

    [quote user="Super Tramp"] Quite disappointed about lack of Japanese language Bibles. At least two Chinese Bibles are published and a third is in the pipeline. If Logos can handle Chinese they should be able to do Korean & Japanese. Asia should not be ignored. [/quote] It's a real shame... Maybe they are in need of competent native Korean/Japanese staff
    Posted to Suggestions by Paul Na on Thu, Feb 28 2013
  • Re: Where are the Korean Bibles?

    [quote user="DMB"] Korean Bibles: Even if Logos expresses a North American mission orientation, Korean shouldn't be ignored. Or Chinese as well. (Or our family, Japanese). [/quote] I just noticed that they don't have Japanese Bibles, either..
    Posted to Suggestions by Paul Na on Thu, Feb 28 2013
  • Re: Where are the Korean Bibles?

    Is Logos even looking at this forum? I hardly ever see replies in the other posts in the suggestions section.
    Posted to Suggestions by Paul Na on Thu, Feb 28 2013
  • Where are the Korean Bibles?

    I love Logos dearly, but since day one, one problem has been sticking out like a sore thumb for me. There is no Korean Bible!!! When I found no Korean Bible in the Logos website, I looked through the forums and found out that the New Korean Revised Version (NKRV) had been released, but was subsequently removed because numerous problems were found with
    Posted to Suggestions by Paul Na on Wed, Feb 27 2013
  • Korean Bible

    Please consider adding these two Korean bibles: 개역개정판 (New Korean Revised Version) – 1998 개역한글판 (Korean Revised Version) – 1938 These two are the versions used by 95+ percent of Korean Christians. Considering the fact that there are many Korean seminarians using Logos (like me), I think it would be great if you guys could add these. I'm thinking it
    Posted to Suggestions by Paul Na on Thu, Nov 29 2012
  • Re: Official: Minimum Crossgrade and free engine download are coming!

    Posted to General by Paul Na on Fri, Nov 2 2012
  • Re: What, in your opinion, is a fair price for the data sets and the new features?

    You're absolutely right. Now that I think about it, even Silver is a great deal. Only $272.77 for the upgrade, and you get 49 of the 53 new features plus some new books too. While I think Logos should have come out with all the price points from the get-go, I don't think they cheated anyone as many people seem to be suggesting. Most of the bashing against
    Posted to Logos 5 by Paul Na on Fri, Nov 2 2012
  • What, in your opinion, is a fair price for the data sets and the new features?

    I have Platinum JG package myself and I am not planning on upgrading to any of the packages because very few, if any, of the books in the new packages are a must-have for me, especially at that price. It would be ideal if I could purchase the features, without the extra books, for a reasonable price. That said, what do you think is a fair price for
    Posted to Logos 5 by Paul Na on Fri, Nov 2 2012
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