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  • Re: Introducing Logos Cloud

    Will there be some "wiggle room" (ability to tailor content) with the Cloud Options? Suggestion: Offer the ability, at the higher subscription levels, to customize content. One would have the corresponding Logos framework of functionality and features -- but the ability to select from a pool of recourses. This could be done by giving the subscriber
    Posted to Logos Cloud Archive by apeiron on Wed, May 20 2015
  • Re: Underwhelming

    It depends on the details of the structure. I could very well be against it myself! So, some specifics would help. With respect to the general proposal --- it was made with the conviction that more and more of any new features will require the subscription. And more and more resources will need NOW to get the full "available" potential out of the resource
    Posted to Faithlife Connect (formerly Logos Now) by apeiron on Wed, May 6 2015
  • Re: Underwhelming

    Could you favor us with the "specifics" of the "cool" stuff to come? It's not that we don't trust you guys, but rather it will give info on the personal value these unnamed/undefined features. And guide future "buys". Don't want to buy a product if it is planned for timely inclusion in NOW. It seems to me the sales folks are in a bind. How does one
    Posted to Faithlife Connect (formerly Logos Now) by apeiron on Wed, May 6 2015
  • Re: NOW! Not enough "Bang for the Buck"

    The professional journal world is rapidly changing. More open source journals. Most public libraries offer online access to EBSCO, JSTOR, etc. offering free access to a large number of scholarly journals. One needs to stay abreast of current research or they will just end up wasting time "reinventing the wheel". Now one can search through journals using
    Posted to Faithlife Connect (formerly Logos Now) by apeiron on Thu, Apr 30 2015
  • NOW! Not enough "Bang for the Buck"

    I don't see enough "Bang for the Buck" here! Going to have to substantially sweeten the deal. I have a subscription to MS Office for 9.99, to Adobe Acrobat for ~15.00, to Questia for 8.34, to DeepDive for 40.00. I'm willing to pay a fair price for a subscription, but, let's get real. The price is way...........too high when compared with the Market
    Posted to Faithlife Connect (formerly Logos Now) by apeiron on Thu, Apr 30 2015
  • Re: Ipad app library incomplete

    I have the same problem. I have a library book that is accessible on my desktop (running L5.1) that is not in the list of library books shone on my iPad 3. Trying to resync by exiting the app does not help. Also, the missing book is not a personal book. I have not performed an audit of all iPad displayed books versus the desktop library, so there may
    Posted to Old iOS Forum (research only) by apeiron on Fri, Jul 5 2013
  • Re: Adding Personal Books to the Logos App on iPhone/iPad

    For free ebooks: ePub and pdf. For the popular readers: ePub, pdf, mobi. This is my gut feel! By the way I tried the rtf route and it works quite well.
    Posted to Old iOS Forum (research only) by apeiron on Thu, Apr 4 2013
  • Re: Adding Personal Books to the Logos App on iPhone/iPad

    Auburn24 (sorry but I can't say that other school's name), with respect to the difficulty of conversion; in the first use I'm speaking in the context of "technological capability". Logos would not be reinventing the wheel. I suspect AVS4YOU or some other company would be happy to subcontract as a consultant if needed. If adding the capably for multiple
    Posted to Old iOS Forum (research only) by apeiron on Thu, Apr 4 2013
  • Re: Adding Personal Books to the Logos App on iPhone/iPad

    True, L5 does a good job with the .docx file one provides . But the vast majority of personal ebooks are not in .docx. So, one has to go through a number of conversions. Say, you have an .az3 book. Then you have to convert to EPubs using Calibre, as Calibre does not have a .doc or .docx output format (and is not interested in adding them). You can go
    Posted to Old iOS Forum (research only) by apeiron on Wed, Apr 3 2013
  • Re: Adding Personal Books to the Logos App on iPhone/iPad

    Full integration includes Logos 5 and means personal books are included in the library containing ebooks purchased from Logos. They would have all the functionality of Logos format books because they would be reformatted to Logos' format. This is not difficult as there are many Apps available to convert ebooks to almost any popular formats. I suspect
    Posted to Old iOS Forum (research only) by apeiron on Tue, Apr 2 2013
  • Re: Adding Personal Books to the Logos App on iPhone/iPad

    A really good upgrade to the present App would be full integration of personal books into the main library.
    Posted to Old iOS Forum (research only) by apeiron on Tue, Apr 2 2013
  • Re: Personal ebooks

    Right KF8. Calibre is not there as of last week. Thanks.
    Posted to General by apeiron on Sat, Mar 23 2013
  • Personal ebooks

    I have a number of ebooks in Kindle's new FT8 format. As of yet I've not found any software that can convert FT8 to docx. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
    Posted to General by apeiron on Thu, Mar 21 2013
  • Training Manuals

    Are the Logos 4 training manuals (vols 1 & 2) essentially applicable to Logos 5?
    Posted to Logos 5 by apeiron on Mon, Nov 19 2012
  • Re: Spell Check.... PLEASE!!!!!

    Dear Auburn24, clearly you need a spellchecker ASAP! Also, perhaps a grammer checker for 6.0. There are a number of foreign theological schools that require students be able to write/publish in English.
    Posted to Logos 4 by apeiron on Tue, Sep 18 2012
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