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  • Re: Genitive Modifiers of πίστις

    [quote user="Paul Cable"]How would I find all instances of πίστις modified by a genitive of any kind (incl. nouns, adj., participles, etc.)?[/quote] Paul, Welcome to the "wonderful" world of syntax searching. Syntax query building is no easy task, and does take an amount of iteration and "know how" to navigate. I am going to take my best stab at creating
    Posted to Logos 6 by Michael Meiser (Faithlife) on Wed, Jul 22 2015
  • Re: Biblical places and Logos 6

    [quote user="Lankford Oxendine"] 1) Running a city search in Factbook results in Atlas maps at the top of the search. These seem to be pretty worthless. Very slow on a top of the line Macbook Pro with very little information. What is the point of these Atlas maps? 2) To get to the Biblical Places Maps, I have to scroll down to the "Library Results"
    Posted to Logos 6 by Michael Meiser (Faithlife) on Tue, Jul 21 2015
  • Re: Highlight Search

    [quote user="Bob Deacon"]Is there a way to search a particular TEXT for a particular highlight style?[/quote] Another way to search if you are not into typing long, complex search queries is to adjust your search range. You can choose to search certain highlighter styles by clicking where it says "All Text" in your search panel. You can then set which
    Posted to Logos 6 by Michael Meiser (Faithlife) on Tue, Jul 21 2015
  • Re: Is There A Way To Display A Translation Next To The Qumran Biblical Dead Sea Scrolls Database?

    [quote user="Keith Smith"]Dead Sea Scrolls Study Edition which is a "sectarian" category of the scrolls.[/quote] The Dead Sea Scrolls Bible that Ron linked is going to be the perfect companion to the Biblical Dead Sea Scrolls Database. If you are interested in an even more exhaustive treatment of the Sectarian Dead Sea Scrolls than what the study edition
    Posted to Logos 6 by Michael Meiser (Faithlife) on Mon, Jul 20 2015
  • Re: Hebrew Morphology visual filters

    [quote user="James"]What texts are compatible with AFAT?[/quote] Here is a link to the wiki that show a pretty comprehensive list of which resource will work with which morphology database. https://wiki.logos.com/Logos_Morphologies Let me know if this is helpful.
    Posted to Logos 6 by Michael Meiser (Faithlife) on Tue, Jul 14 2015
  • Re: Hebrew Morphology visual filters

    [quote user="Dave Hooton"] [quote user="James Burnett"]So the only way I would be able to have the feminine/masculine only tagging is to get the BHW 4.18?[/quote] Correct. [/quote] Don't forget AFAT. It marks every occurrence as feminine.
    Posted to Logos 6 by Michael Meiser (Faithlife) on Mon, Jul 13 2015
  • Re: SUGGESTION: Help me pronounce a word in Bible Study (in English) please.

    [quote user="Phil Gons (Faithlife)"]Agreed. I put a case in for this a few weeks ago (without knowledge of this thread). Hopefully we'll be able to sneak it in in one of the next few releases.[/quote] As everyone waits for this potential functionality to be added, another way that you can work within the current Logos system to easily provide pronunciations
    Posted to General by Michael Meiser (Faithlife) on Mon, Jul 13 2015
  • Re: That's Easy to Say

    Josh, Another way that you can work within the current Logos system to easily provide pronunciations of people and places in the Bible is to prioritize the resource That's Easy for You to Say in your library as your highest prioritized resource with English headword index. This will allow you to double click on any English word in your Bible to quickly
    Posted to Suggestions by Michael Meiser (Faithlife) on Sat, Jul 11 2015
  • Re: That's Easy to Say

    While working offline you can use the Factbook pronunciations as well. To check if you have this 1) go to the tools menu and click on "pronunciations." 2) change the pronunciation list to "Factbook Headings." 3) check a Factbook page to see if you have the speaker icon. I hope this helps. Mike
    Posted to Suggestions by Michael Meiser (Faithlife) on Fri, Jul 10 2015
  • Re: What is happening with Logos' Pricing?!

    [quote user="abondservant"]What kind of Criteria must be met?[/quote] Typically this involves either a multiple license purchase made by the school or an active requirement of a Logos base package either for a class or classes. Students then who take these classes qualify for a higher discount since they are "required" to purchase. You can visit https
    Posted to General by Michael Meiser (Faithlife) on Wed, Jun 24 2015
  • Re: What is happening with Logos' Pricing?!

    [quote user="Michel Pauw"]It still feels a bit arbitrary to me, but at least now I see how it works.[/quote] Michel, I am sorry if the academic discount system feels arbitrary to you. I know that it probably seems that way from the individual student perspective. I assure you that it is not. There are specific criteria that are equally available for
    Posted to General by Michael Meiser (Faithlife) on Wed, Jun 24 2015
  • Re: What is happening with Logos' Pricing?!

    [quote user="NB.Mick"] There is no 'dynamic pricing' on Biblical Languages so it is completely and utterly irrelevant what number, percentage or amount of its content you currently own. Everybody sees either the full price or their academic rebate price. The differences in pricing for this product exist due to various levels of academic pricing . This
    Posted to General by Michael Meiser (Faithlife) on Mon, Jun 22 2015
  • Re: How to do morphological and syntactical searches using logos 5

    The syntax you would want to use for the search in number one is what is called a proximity search. Proximity operators are BEFORE, AFTER, and WITHIN. Probably best syntax for an instance where there are at least 2 intervening words would be "lemma: παρά@pa WITHIN 3 words lemma:ἐλπίς@nafsc". No intervening words would be "lemma:παρά@pa WITHIN 1 word
    Posted to Logos 5 by Michael Meiser (Faithlife) on Fri, May 16 2014
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