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  • Re: Morphological Search for Various Forms of a Greek Word

    Bill, Try a morph search for lemma:δίκ* and make sure "Match all word forms" is selected. I did that in NA27 with Logos morpholgy and got 94 results including δίκη and other forms without an accent over the iota. Is that what you are looking for? [edit: I tried it without the "Match all word forms" selected and it made no difference in the search results
    Posted to Logos 4 by Brent Gay on Wed, Apr 13 2011
  • Re: Aramaic Morphology In English Bibles

    Thanks, David, for the reply. No doubt, as both of us have mentioned one could use the Hebrew equivalent term to find the Aramaic morphology. I suppose that is ultimately why I am thinking there should be a better way. Why should we need to use Hebrew morphological terms when wanting to analyze Aramaic morphology? If we want to find hitpeel verbs why
    Posted to Logos 4 by Brent Gay on Wed, Apr 13 2011
  • Re: Aramaic Morphology In English Bibles

    Thanks for the reply, Kevin. Yes, I see what you mean. However, even under the morph search options when using the AF Aramaic morphology only the Hebrew verb stems are listed. To see what I mean, do a morph search in BHS using the Westminster Aramaic morph. You will see the options for the verb stems are the proper Aramaic stems (notice that qal is
    Posted to Logos 4 by Brent Gay on Wed, Apr 13 2011
  • Aramaic Morphology In English Bibles

    From what I gather, it seems to me that the English Bibles (specifically Old Testament) are morphologically tagged according the Andersen-Forbes Hebrew morphology. Interestingly, the Aramaic sections do not display the appropriate Aramaic verb stem names, such as peal, pael, hafel, etc. It is showing the Hebrew stems, such as qal, piel, etc. In the
    Posted to Logos 4 by Brent Gay on Wed, Apr 13 2011
  • Re: Indexer CRASH after most recent resource update

    Steve, Placing the file in the resource folder is not enough for the Logos to "see" it. Put the file in a temp folder somewhere, then run "scan C:\Path\To\HcsbFolder" from the Logos command bar to import it. Hope that helps, Brent
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Brent Gay on Wed, Apr 13 2011
  • Re: Indexer CRASH after most recent resource update

    7077.Logos4.log 2262.Logos4Indexer.log I had the initial problem and removed the HCSB resource to stop Logos from crashing. Like some others have encountered, Logos is not automatically downloading the HCSB file after the fix. Attached are my log files so maybe someone can figure it out. Thanks, Brent (running Logos 4.2a SR4 on PC)
    Posted to Logos Desktop Beta by Brent Gay on Tue, Apr 12 2011
  • Re: Learning Biblical Greek and Hebrew

    For Greek, you may also want to check out Learn to Read New Testament Greek by Dr. David Black . I am currently studying under him, and the way/order he presents the material is great. For Hebrew, you may want to consider Introducing Biblical Hebrew by Dr. Allen Ross and its great companion website/online lectures (free) by Charles Grebe. I have also
    Posted to Logos 4 by Brent Gay on Thu, Feb 10 2011
  • Re: todays download

    No doubt, the printing feature is great! Well done, Logos! I would love to see the ability in L4 to print vocab cards like we could in 3. That is the only reason I still have 3 installed. Thanks again!
    Posted to Logos 4 by Brent Gay on Wed, Oct 6 2010
  • Re: New Mobile Survey -- BlackBerry and Android users, speak out!

    I went to the Verizon store today to look at the HTC Incredible, and I walked out with a Moto Droid for my wife and a HTC Incredible for me (will be shipped in June). I was not planning on doing that, but you know how it goes. They were running a great deal that if you buy a Droid the Incredible was free, so I jumped on it. I would love to see Logos
    Posted to General by Brent Gay on Mon, May 24 2010
  • Re: Visual filter questions

    As far as #2, would creating a filter something like the following work? This would mark with a VF occurrences of eres that have been translated as "earth" in my chosen Bible. (([field bible] ) ANDEQUALS ([field bible] earth)) Brent
    Posted to Logos 4 by Brent Gay on Mon, May 24 2010
  • Re: New Mobile Survey -- BlackBerry and Android users, speak out!

    Have Windows Mobile now, but will be going to Android in the near future. Would like to see an app for that platform. I also made this known on the survey. Thanks Logos!
    Posted to General by Brent Gay on Sun, May 23 2010
  • Re: New search help page on the Wiki (draft - comments welcome)

    Looks great, Mark. Thanks! Brent
    Posted to Logos 4 by Brent Gay on Sat, May 22 2010
  • Re: New search help page on the Wiki (draft - comments welcome)

    Maybe an example that demonstrates that searching for a particular Greek or Hebrew word (either typed directly or using g:/h: translit) will produce different search results than when using the lemma: format. David's page touched on this. Brent
    Posted to Logos 4 by Brent Gay on Fri, May 21 2010
  • Re: New search help page on the Wiki (draft - comments welcome)

    One other thing--some further clarification and details on when particular searches only perform a surface search which could produce unexpected results would be helpful. I've ran into this in the past and it had me scratching my head for a while. This is briefly mentioned in Dave's page, but you may also want to describe it in your page if it's not
    Posted to Logos 4 by Brent Gay on Fri, May 21 2010
  • Re: New search help page on the Wiki (draft - comments welcome)

    Thanks for the page! No biggie, but I found the following typos/inconsistencies while reading through it: Both under the "Using Boolean Operators" Section love OR neighbor searches for articles that contain either or of these words. love ANDNOT neighbor searches for articles that contain ‘love’, but do not contain ‘neighbour’. You can also use a minus
    Posted to Logos 4 by Brent Gay on Fri, May 21 2010
  • Re: Logos 4.0c Slow

    Tim, don't think it's your imagination. I've noticed the parallel resources menu to be very slow presenting me with the drop-down list as well. And the list is not even very large. In BHS, it took around 10 seconds to populate the menu with my collection (5 resources) and the default "All Parallel Resources" menu. However, on subsequent attempts it
    Posted to Logos 4 by Brent Gay on Thu, May 20 2010
  • Re: "Keylinking" Question

    BTW, I added this to Uservoice here in case anyone else is interested in it. I created the suggestion before I created an account on Uservoice. I wish there was a way for me to assign my name to it after the fact..oh well. Brent
    Posted to Logos 4 by Brent Gay on Wed, May 19 2010
  • Re: "Keylinking" Question

    Thanks for the replies. It's not a biggie; I mainly wanted to make sure I was not missing something simple. I'll check out the Uservoice site. The Look Up option does the same as double-clicking the word--only opens up my top prioritized resource. And the Power Lookup is not quite what I am looking for. I greatly appreciate the suggestions and the quick
    Posted to Logos 4 by Brent Gay on Wed, May 19 2010
  • "Keylinking" Question

    In Logos 3 one could set the number of keylinked resources to open when a word was double-clicked. For example, I could have 3 resources open up when I double-clicked a Greek or Hebrew word. I have set prioritizations in Logos 4; however, only my top resource opens. Am I missing something or is it known if this will be coming later? Thanks, Brent
    Posted to Logos 4 by Brent Gay on Wed, May 19 2010
  • Re: New wiki page: Passage List

    Ah...I see. Thanks for the tip; that will do what I am looking for. Brent
    Posted to Logos 4 by Brent Gay on Sat, May 15 2010
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