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  • Re: Export Sermon File to PowerPoint in Logos 7.1

    I closed them. In fact, the computer was completely shut down overnight. I booted it up this morning after reading your reply last night, opened Logos, and tried to open a sermon to see what would happen. Many of the slides are not rendering in the preview. I just opened a different sermon I had not tried. Same results.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Tim Farley on Wed, Oct 5 2016
  • Re: Export Sermon File to PowerPoint in Logos 7.1

    [quote user="Jacob Carpenter (Faithlife)"] The issue of some of the past sermon slides not rendering was a server rendering issue. We've deployed an update that resolves this issue. [/quote] Thank you for looking into this. Is this already fixed or will it be corrected in the next update? You mentioned it was on the server side, so I am not sure if
    Posted to Logos 7 by Tim Farley on Wed, Oct 5 2016
  • Re: How many Personal Books can I create?

    As far as I understand, there is no limit to the number of books. There is a limit on how large each book can be, but I am not sure what the limit is.
    Posted to General by Tim Farley on Wed, Oct 5 2016
  • Re: Export Sermon File to PowerPoint in Logos 7.1

    Here is a screenshot of the new sermon. As I said, much better!
    Posted to Logos 7 by Tim Farley on Tue, Oct 4 2016
  • Re: Export Sermon File to PowerPoint in Logos 7.1

    I just went in and created a new sermon through the editor. The results are much better. The screenshot above was from a sermon that I had already created previous to the 7.1 update that I tried to export to PowerPoint following the update. Also, I am having no problems viewing slide previews in the editor while creating new sermon documents. It only
    Posted to Logos 7 by Tim Farley on Tue, Oct 4 2016
  • Re: Export Sermon File to PowerPoint in Logos 7.1

    I am also experiencing the issue below. When I open a sermon document in Logos, some of the slides show up. Some of them do not. I have been waiting for over an hour to see if it is just an issue of load time. That does not seem to be the case. I do not have the best internet, but I do have decent service with 6mb DSL. Anyway, this was never a problem
    Posted to Logos 7 by Tim Farley on Tue, Oct 4 2016
  • Re: Export Sermon File to PowerPoint in Logos 7.1

    [quote user="Richard Wardman"] Hi Tim To help developers, it would be good if you could post screen shots that show exactly what you mean. Thanks [/quote] Here you go. I have made PowerPoints from a couple of other sermon files. Same results.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Tim Farley on Tue, Oct 4 2016
  • Re: Export Sermon File to PowerPoint in Logos 7.1

    As I look at it more, it may be less work to correct the slides than I thought. It does look quite messy at first glance.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Tim Farley on Tue, Oct 4 2016
  • Export Sermon File to PowerPoint in Logos 7.1

    Ok. I just updated to Logos 7.1 and read through the release notes. It mentions that slides exported to PowerPoint now have editable text. Well, I tried exporting a sermon just to see what it would look like. What a mess! The only slides that are useable are Scripture references. All of the slides with header text (H1, H2, etc) are all over the place
    Posted to Logos 7 by Tim Farley on Tue, Oct 4 2016
  • Re: How do you organize your commentaries?

    [quote user="Richard J. Ward"] Since commentaries sync with the Bible, how does tagging them and making a collection of them enhance their functionality? [/quote] It is primarily about organization and being able to get to the best information more easily. For instance, I can make a collection of "Top Commentaries on Genesis". I can then put that collection
    Posted to General by Tim Farley on Fri, Sep 30 2016
  • Re: How do you organize your commentaries?

    This has been very helpful to me. I have not spent much time tagging resources because of the amount of time involved, but it seems that may be the best option in the long run. My original thought was to do something similar to what Erwin has above: create collections on books of the Bible (or other groupings) and use prioritization to help get the
    Posted to General by Tim Farley on Wed, Sep 21 2016
  • Re: How do you organize your commentaries?

    Thanks, Bruce. It looks like I may need to spend some time tagging my library to add more functionality to it. Very helpful!
    Posted to General by Tim Farley on Wed, Sep 21 2016
  • Re: How do you organize your commentaries?

    Cynthia and Bruce, After you have tagged your commentaries, do you then create collections using the tags? It seems like this would be necessary to be useful. Thanks again!
    Posted to General by Tim Farley on Wed, Sep 21 2016
  • How do you organize your commentaries?

    Hi all. I would like to know if any of you have a suggestion as to the best way to organize your commentaries. When I use the Passage Guide to prepare a sermon, I get a very long list of results in my commentaries section. I do have several commentary series prioritized, and I think that helps some, but it is my understanding that prioritizing is really
    Posted to General by Tim Farley on Wed, Sep 21 2016
  • Re: Personal Book Builder (PBB)

    I use it for multiple purposes: my sermons, articles and blog posts I find online that I want to have available for future use, and public domain works I find valuable.
    Posted to General by Tim Farley on Wed, Sep 7 2016
  • Re: First Spin with the Sermon Editor

    [quote user="Mike Tourangeau"] So when you say "It works well with changing font sizes" you still had to adjust the font sizes in Word? [/quote] When I export to Word, I change the font size on all of the text to 12 in the Word document. This is just my preference. I then export to Kindle. When I open the document in Kindle I can adjust the size of
    Posted to Logos 7 by Tim Farley on Mon, Aug 29 2016
  • Re: First Spin with the Sermon Editor

    [quote user="Mike Tourangeau"] Thanks for the info! What I was wondering is how you read your notes, did you read them off an iPad or off the powerpoint slides? I ask because I can export the sermons to Word but a ton of editing is needed (font size etc). I am wondering how guys are getting the sermon from the editor to the pulpit to use [/quote] Hi
    Posted to Logos 7 by Tim Farley on Mon, Aug 29 2016
  • Re: Handouts and Word Find Puzzles

    [quote user="Bradley Grainger (Faithlife)"] This change of behaviour was an unintended side effect of making Word Find Puzzles available to all users in Logos 7. (Ironically, it removed them from Handouts.) We've identified the cause of the bug and will fix it in a future release. [/quote] Ok. Thank you for the reply!
    Posted to Logos 7 by Tim Farley on Tue, Aug 23 2016
  • Re: Handouts and Word Find Puzzles

    [quote user="TCBlack"] Of course you know that while Handouts have not been revoked, Handouts are deprecated . [/quote] No. I was not aware of this. It still seems odd that it seems to have changed if that is the case.
    Posted to Logos 7 by Tim Farley on Tue, Aug 23 2016
  • Bug: Handouts and Word Find Puzzles

    Ok. I am a Logos Now subscriber and my software is updated to all of the new Logos 7 feature sets. I am currently preparing a handout for my Wednesday evening Bible study, as I do every week. We are currently looking at Proverbs. Each week, I prepare a handout using the Logos Handout document. I used to be able to create a new Handout Document by putting
    Posted to Logos 7 by Tim Farley on Tue, Aug 23 2016
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