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  • Re: Automatic Sync of the Current Verse over multiple Bible Software Products (i.e Logos, The Word, e-Sword, etc)

    Updates 2014 The Bible Sync Protocol has now been implemented by Xiphos (May 2014) Karl at Xiphos isthe first of the interested Bible Software Parties to implement it. Logos Forum X-ref: (this is formalizing the information posted to a different thread which wasn't related) Home > General > Looks like Zondervan bought themselves some Bible software
    Posted to General by Luigi Sam on Thu, May 15 2014
  • Re: Looks like Zondervan bought themselves some Bible software...

    [quote user="Bradley Grainger (Logos)"] [quote user="Luigi Sam"]The Good news is that if Logos implements the Bible Sync Protocol[/quote] We are not planning to implement this directly in Logos 5; instead, any interested party could implement a Bible Sync "wrapper" for Logos 5 using the COM API. For more details, see my existing post: http://community
    Posted to General by Luigi Sam on Thu, May 15 2014
  • Re: What could be your suggestion?

    [quote user="Tes"] A pastor taught about ,how a Christian family should be according to the Word of God, at the end of his service he asked to the Congregation ,mentioning about a certain part of his country like this: “ Some people before coming to the Lord they had five wives and have children from them, in the new testament one man should have one
    Posted to General by Luigi Sam on Mon, May 12 2014
  • Re: Looks like Zondervan bought themselves some Bible software...

    [quote user="Don Awalt"] What really seems to drive the Bible software market these days is content - people don't want to buy the same book multiple times, so it's hard to switch. [/quote] The Good news is that if Logos implements the Bible Sync Protocol which has been implemented by Xiphos (May 2014) (Karl at Xiphos being the first of the interested
    Posted to General by Luigi Sam on Mon, May 12 2014
  • Re: Looks like Zondervan bought themselves some Bible software...

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"] Logos makes no provision for Bible study that uses scripture to interpret scripture, explores the interplay between lectionary readings, original text/ quotation or allusion, prophecy / fulfillment, comparison of repetitions, possible contradictions ...because it does not allow notes to be attached to multiple passages [/quote
    Posted to General by Luigi Sam on Mon, May 12 2014
  • Re: Logos 6.0: What features do you want?

    [quote user="Jack Hairston"] Hi, Lynden: I have neither time nor energy to use all the features built into Logos5. As a retired software engineer, I can say from experience that new features inevitably make Logos slower. Only Notes and Searches interest me, so my wish list is simple: Rewrite existing features, cleaning up the code to make everything
    Posted to Suggestions by Luigi Sam on Mon, Nov 25 2013
  • Re: Place all your Verbum-specific suggestions here! (or, How to Rebrand Logos for Catholics!)

    well: having thought a good few moments about it, and having something useful to say: I suggest that all products of Logos be purchased, but locked untill earned through the following method: (1) read Genesis: once read by daily reading schedule checkbox tick offs, then n % of your purchased library is unlocked. This is a learn and earn method. :) if
    Posted to Suggestions by Luigi Sam on Mon, Nov 25 2013
  • Re: Place all your Verbum-specific suggestions here! (or, How to Rebrand Logos for Catholics!)

    [quote user="Super.Tramp"] I just don't understand why anyone would want to limit their library. It is my understanding the Vatican has an extremely expansive library. I also find it unimaginable that someone would embark on a study without a critical look at the author's background. Whether I am reading Cardinal John Henry Newman, Gail A. Riplinger
    Posted to Suggestions by Luigi Sam on Mon, Nov 25 2013
  • Re: Place all your Verbum-specific suggestions here! (or, How to Rebrand Logos for Catholics!)

    [quote user="Benjamin Baxter"] The Catholic faith enjoys the greatest art there ever was and ever will be.[/quote] Hi Ben, I have thoughts, I hope that I can share them usefully, and respectfully. (1) it seem evident that Catholics and Protestants have a big definition gap between the term catholic. - and while this seems irrelivant now, please keep
    Posted to Suggestions by Luigi Sam on Mon, Nov 25 2013
  • Re: Knox Bible and Jerusalem Bible

    [quote user="Ed Wurth"] I suggest that these two Catholic translations of the Bible be added to the Verbum package. Info on the Knox Bible is at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Knox%27s_Translation_of_the_Vulgate [/quote] amazing how people attach so much to a last name! I immediatly thought of John Knox ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Knox ) rather
    Posted to Suggestions by Luigi Sam on Mon, Nov 25 2013
  • Re: Make Tools/Collections/Open easier to use

    seems like a fair request.
    Posted to Suggestions by Luigi Sam on Mon, Nov 25 2013
  • Re: Mormon Studies Collection

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"]there is a large amount of overlap between the denominations and a few touchstones/triggers that individuals consider important to distinguish them. However, there is little consensus on what those triggers are[/quote] Hi, could you remind us again of the abilities and current limitations to share categorisation between users
    Posted to General by Luigi Sam on Mon, Nov 25 2013
  • Re: Logos 6 Best Feature: NO INDEXING !!!!!!!!!!

    [quote user="Doc B"] As I've said before, indexing is a pain, but I understand why it is necessary. I'd MUCH rather be bothered with indexing after a download than with slow searches. And as Bob implied, having something like a Google search result is untenable. "We found your restaurant. It's on Earth." Start computing permutation formulae with a thirty
    Posted to General by Luigi Sam on Tue, Oct 15 2013
  • Re: Speaking of Painful Indexing...

    [quote user="PL"] Starting a new thread to report my personal experience... (Ref: http://community.logos.com/forums/t/75989.aspx ) After the recent big resource download, Logos of course needed to index. It started 3 days ago. I believe I saw some kind of fatal error (corrupted index or something) at one point, and decided it needed to rebuild the entire
    Posted to Logos 5 by Luigi Sam on Fri, Oct 4 2013
  • Re: Logos 6 Best Feature: NO INDEXING !!!!!!!!!!

    [quote user="mike"]I love updates & I WANT THEM RIGHT AWAY (I'm sure everyone is on the same boat with me) .. but the indexing is just killing me.[/quote] hi Mike, I was just thinking when I read your post: do the updates get listed for users to see exactly what each update is? ( ie in windows 7, the updates can list each update, and describe them breifly
    Posted to General by Luigi Sam on Fri, Oct 4 2013
  • Re: Slower and s l o w e r a n d s l o w e r

    first, my apology to all for replying to a similar post like this with a lack of thinking the best of people / logos. My observation is that L5 has had 'indexing' problems from the start. What does everyone think of this suggestion: Could logos provide its users with manual updates instead? Ie: (1) users can go to their logos account online and see
    Posted to Logos 5 by Luigi Sam on Fri, Oct 4 2013
  • Re: Help translate Logos 5 into another language!

    [quote user="Kevin"] Seriously? How is that a misconception. I can read both traditional and simplified Chinese fine. The burden of proof lies on you. [/quote]well, hi Kevin. its nice to be a Christian isn't it! ( well if not in this life, with certainty in the next) I was thinking of the time I showed a Japanese exchange student the Japanese bible
    Posted to General by Luigi Sam on Fri, Sep 27 2013
  • Re: Help translate Logos 5 into another language!

    firstly I can't help in this area - just so no one gets the wrong idea, second, I am unsure if this compensation / 'pseudo' job is clear enough. who are you paying? the managers, (3rd last paragraph) and not the workers (last paragraph)? Not saying that you meant this, I am just saying: what are you saying? thats all :)
    Posted to General by Luigi Sam on Fri, Sep 27 2013
  • Re: Bible Software Developers can relate: trying to get a job as a programmer...

    oh this is even funnier ( the original is cold humor, this is just funny): Web Developer Nightmare http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CfxTc7_1UVE
    Posted to General by Luigi Sam on Fri, Sep 27 2013
  • @Bible Software Developers: trying to get a job as a programmer...

    kind of related to logos since i've read a Logos job description in the past, and the video's ol' Bob gives about unsuitable employees, and his life as a programmer. ...(Im not knocking Logos,... Im just reflecting w/o any intention to praise or fail anyone)... a funny-ish youtube: (not by me or anyone I know).. "C++ Programmer" http://www.youtube.com
    Posted to General by Luigi Sam on Fri, Sep 27 2013
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