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  • Re: Unable to open Logos 5

    Thanks. Looks like deleting the homepage folder fixed the problem. Regards, Terin
    Posted to Logos 5 by Terin Lyr D'Amico on Tue, Oct 28 2014
  • Re: Unable to open Logos 5

    Yep, saw that and had already checked the security tab under the folder properties. All users have "Full Control".
    Posted to Logos 5 by Terin Lyr D'Amico on Tue, Oct 28 2014
  • Unable to open Logos 5

    I'm unable to open Logos 5. I get the "Logos Bible Software 5 has stopped working" error with a prompt to close program. I have attempted to reinstall, but that did not correct the issue. Attached are the log files. 3618.Logos Log Files.zip
    Posted to Logos 5 by Terin Lyr D'Amico on Tue, Oct 28 2014
  • Re: Reproducable Crash

    I had reposted a new post following the posting guidelines, but didn't see it in the forum. Here are my log files I posted earlier in that missing forum post: 2133.Logos Log Files.zip
    Posted to Logos 4 by Terin Lyr D'Amico on Sat, Aug 18 2012
  • Reproducable Crash

    I have experienced a reproducable crash that doesn't really affect my use of Logos, but worth pointing out. I recently added the Perseus Collection and other works, and on my home page there is: The following resources were updated: (List of resources) ...and 1739 more. When I click on the "...and 1739 more." link, Logos crashes, and windows closes
    Posted to Logos 4 by Terin Lyr D'Amico on Mon, Aug 13 2012
  • Reproducable Crash

    I have experienced a reproducable crash that doesn't really affect my use of Logos, but worth pointing out. I recently added the Perseus Collection and other works, and on my home page there is: The following resources were updated: (List of resources) ...and 1739 more. When I click on the "...and 1739 more." link, Logos crashes, and windows closes
    Posted to Logos 4 by Terin Lyr D'Amico on Mon, Aug 13 2012
  • Re: Add the 1984 NIV

    [quote user="Paul Golder"] I don't know, I think this 1984 onlyism goes too far sometimes [/quote] I agree that some people are real zealous on the subject. I've even seem some people who setup websites that were ludicrous. I'd just like to see if Logos can champion for making the 1984 NIV available. They can offer both, and differentiate the two by
    Posted to General by Terin Lyr D'Amico on Thu, Apr 5 2012
  • Re: Add the 1984 NIV

    [quote user="NB.Mick"] [quote user="Terin Lyr D'Amico"] You may want to read: xxxxx.pdf [/quote] Terin, No, I can't speak for William, but I don't want to read that same PDF again , and I don't like creating traffic for cbmw's site from the Logos forum. The leniency of Logos with regard to the fact that this forum is unmoderated shouldn't be misunderstood
    Posted to General by Terin Lyr D'Amico on Thu, Apr 5 2012
  • Re: Add the 1984 NIV

    [quote user="Graham Owen"] [quote user="Terin Lyr D'Amico"]The criticism of the 2011 NIV is relevant, even though you may not agree, as it provides good cause to make the 1984 NIV available.[/quote] Actually I think that the strongest argument is that the 2011 is a new translation rather than an update and it should be recognised as such. Given that
    Posted to General by Terin Lyr D'Amico on Thu, Apr 5 2012
  • Re: Add the 1984 NIV

    [quote user="William Gabriel"] [quote user="Terin Lyr D'Amico"] Please add the 1984 NIV. Unfortunately, the only NIV available is the 2011 Zondervan version, with it's gender neutralized approach to bible translation. [/quote] You may want to consider reading the Translator Notes for the NIV 2011 before you come to your conclusion. One thing to consider
    Posted to General by Terin Lyr D'Amico on Thu, Apr 5 2012
  • Re: Add the 1984 NIV

    [quote user="Richard DeRuiter"] [quote user="Terin Lyr D'Amico"]The real challenge with the 2011 NIV is that it's changes (and repercussions) are insidious.[/quote] Please, let's not debate the merits or demerits of this translation. That is not the purpose of these forums. While I don't agree with many of the charges brought against the TNIV or the
    Posted to General by Terin Lyr D'Amico on Thu, Apr 5 2012
  • Re: Add the 1984 NIV

    Correction: 79% of the TNIV was retained in the 2011 NIV.
    Posted to General by Terin Lyr D'Amico on Thu, Apr 5 2012
  • Re: Add the 1984 NIV

    The real challenge with the 2011 NIV is that it's changes (and repercussions) are insidious. I understand the challenges of bible translation, having studied several languages. Often, direct transliteration is difficult. But, the translators have taken their approach further to make the bible more politically correct, and in the process have actually
    Posted to General by Terin Lyr D'Amico on Thu, Apr 5 2012
  • Re: Add the 1984 NIV

    Thanks for the reply and pointing me in the direction of the suggestions forum. Also changed my preferred bible in Logos to KJV. Looks like Zondervan is going to make me a KJV lover. Smiling in Afghanistan.
    Posted to General by Terin Lyr D'Amico on Thu, Apr 5 2012
  • Re: Add the 1984 NIV

    That would be very disappointing. My prefered translation is the NIV, and out of 1861 resources in my Logos library, the only one that is useless is the NIV bible. I'm having to stick to my 1984 NIV Study Bible.
    Posted to General by Terin Lyr D'Amico on Thu, Apr 5 2012
  • Add the 1984 NIV

    Please add the 1984 NIV. Unfortunately, the only NIV available is the 2011 Zondervan version, with it's gender neutralized approach to bible translation.
    Posted to General by Terin Lyr D'Amico on Thu, Apr 5 2012
  • Re: College Press NIV Commentary Series: Old Testament…

    I looked at the College Press website, and they show 41 volumes for both the NT and OT commentaries. My package contains 32 volumes, and I see the 4 volume upgrade package. That still leaves us short of the 41 volumes published. Any timeframe on when the set will be completed by Logos? I already started reading the series before I noticed that the Logos
    Posted to General by Terin Lyr D'Amico on Wed, Apr 4 2012
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