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  • Re: kingdom of the cults

    Milkman, The WTS has a TIGHT hold on the copyrights to their works. They would not allow any "apostate" company to produce their materials in any format They cannot control. If you can get your hands on one of their CDs (almost impossible due to the fact that access to them are restricted to "baptized publishers" in good standing) you can have access
    Posted to Suggestions by Eric Ruhnow on Sun, Mar 21 2010
  • Re: Playing "Four Corners" when starting L4

    Ward, You might want to check the conversation on this thread: http://community.logos.com/forums/t/10315.aspx for some information about L4 on an ION setup. From my experience, an ION could work in a pinch as a secondary, portable system but not for complex studies/searches.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Eric Ruhnow on Sun, Jan 31 2010
  • Re: Logos 4 on a special netbook

    Jim, Unfortunately, I'm not too up to date with laptops. I will say that I run L4 without a problem on an almost 2 year old ACER 5520 without any problems. Here are the specs for you: AMD Turion™ 64 X2 Dual-Core Mobile Technology TL-58 (1.9GHz) NVIDIA nForce® 610M Chipset 4GB DDR2 667 SDRAM 160GB hard disk drive Integrated NVIDIA® GeForce® 7000M graphics
    Posted to Logos 4 by Eric Ruhnow on Sun, Jan 24 2010
  • Re: Logos 4 on a special netbook

    Jim, The problem is the CPU, not the graphics. The nVidia 9400 chip that the Atom processor is coupled with to make the ION has more than enough horses to run L4 (most modern graphics intensive games run on the 9400 without a problem. I know for a fact that Valve's "Source" engine and the UT3 engine run fine on this nettop - I am a recovering game addict
    Posted to Logos 4 by Eric Ruhnow on Sat, Jan 23 2010
  • Re: Logos 4 on a special netbook

    I run L4 on an ASRock ION based nettop (dual core N330 and nVidia 9400 integrated) with 4GB and Win 7 x64. The indexing is not the problem with this system, it is the rendering. L4 does its best to bring this system to its knees. For a basic reader system, an ION based computer is OK, but anything beyond that tends to cause it to run VERY slowly. The
    Posted to Logos 4 by Eric Ruhnow on Sat, Jan 23 2010
  • Re: Will it run Logos 4 well?

    Kendall, Not to shoot Intel or anything, I would recommend a system with either and ATI/AMD or nVidia graphics chip if you can swing it. Intel has been a behind the curve when it comes to GPUs. Being a recovering gaming rig addict, I have tried both ATI/AMD and nVidia graphics and my 2cents is to go with nVidia. They have (in my experience) been quicker
    Posted to Logos 4 by Eric Ruhnow on Sun, Jan 10 2010
  • Re: Will it run Logos 4 well?

    I would recommend at least 4GB of RAM and a x64 version of Windows 7 for L4. I just upgraded to 4GB and Win7 x64 Home Premium and have a noticeable increase in performance versus the old 2GB and Vista x32 Home Premium. The Intel GMA 4500MHD might be a bit of a speed bump though. Integrated graphics chips will not handle L4 as well as a dedicated graphics
    Posted to Logos 4 by Eric Ruhnow on Sun, Jan 10 2010
  • Re: Internet access

    [quote user="DanPogue"] glad to hear that it worked for you Bill...I dont even know what IE windows version I am using...must be IE 8...running with windows 7 64 bit on this puter...speaking of 64 bit...is anyone having problems running the adobe flash player in windows 7 64 bit...it doesnt matter how many times I download it, it still doesnt work.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Eric Ruhnow on Sat, Jan 9 2010
  • Re: Anybody else NOT having problems with SR-1/SR-2?

    Things mostly fine on my end (Vista Home Premium 32 running on an AMD laptop). Haven't had and issues with RIs or with searches or the PG, but I have had a number of times when L4 freezes up for about 5-10 seconds, and then returns to normal. I did not have this problem before the SR-1/2 updates. However this might be related to some Vista issues that
    Posted to Logos 4 by Eric Ruhnow on Sat, Jan 2 2010
  • Re: Set Custom Chrome to No Performance Boost.

    Matthew, That is what Logos looks like when you run the "Set Custom Chrome to No" command.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Eric Ruhnow on Sun, Dec 27 2009
  • Set Custom Chrome to No Performance Boost.

    I don't know if anyone else has noticed this, but when I used the L4a "Set Custom Chrome to No" command I got a noticeable increase in performance. I originally tried this for my Nettop installation (Win 7 x64 4GB) to clear the dual monitor bug, and found that after changing that setting, the scrolling speed is actually usable on this system (dual core
    Posted to Logos 4 by Eric Ruhnow on Fri, Dec 25 2009
  • Re: Troubleshooting Thread: Black Menu Bar When 2 Monitors Connected

    Yes - ION nettop with Win7 Home Premium x64, dual display (32" 720P and 1440x900). nVidia 9400 graphics. L4SR-7 No - Acer laptop with Vista Home Premium x32, no dual display. nVidia 7000m graphics. L4SR-7
    Posted to Logos 4 by Eric Ruhnow on Thu, Dec 17 2009
  • Re: Google Wave Bible study group?

    I have 7 invites for anyone interested. Just drop me a line at eruhnow AT gmail dot com for an invite. Google Wave contact: eruhnow AT googlewave dot com
    Posted to General by Eric Ruhnow on Wed, Dec 2 2009
  • Re: Google Wave Repository

    eruhnow AT
    Posted to General by Eric Ruhnow on Tue, Dec 1 2009
  • Re: Logos4 on 64bit Windows7

    Logos is a 32bit program, but runs fine under Windows 7, if you have the horsepower. I am running Win7 x64 on a nettop that does not really have the horsepower to run L4 well, but I haven't run across any compatibility issues running under 64bit Windows.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Eric Ruhnow on Mon, Nov 23 2009
  • Re: Windows experience index base score and Logos 4

    Windows Experience Index is not a reliable indicator as to how well L4 will run. I run two different computers at home: A one year old laptop running Vista Home Premium 32bit with 2GB that has a WEI of 3.0 and a brand new nettop running Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit with 4GB that has a WEI of 3.3. While the laptop is sluggish, it is usable. The nettop
    Posted to Logos 4 by Eric Ruhnow on Fri, Nov 20 2009
  • Re: Linking Lexham Analytical Lexicon to Louw-Nida numbers in reverse interlinear

    No confusion. I recently found out about prioritizing books (2 days back - haven't had a chance to go through the training videos yet - I'm a little bit slow in figuring out the features). But what I was referring to was being able to just mouse over the Louw-Nida link and have the entry popup (similar to what the Strong's Number link does), that way
    Posted to Logos 4 by Eric Ruhnow on Wed, Nov 18 2009
  • Re: Linking Lexham Analytical Lexicon to Louw-Nida numbers in reverse interlinear

    Rick, Man, that was a FAST response. I have the Lexham Greek-English Interlinear and I thought that since the Analytical Lexicon was made by the same people and came out around the same time that the two would link. Unfortunately, by what you say, that is currently not the case. Logos might want to put a disclaimer on this Lexicon letting people know
    Posted to Logos 4 by Eric Ruhnow on Wed, Nov 18 2009
  • Linking Lexham Analytical Lexicon to Louw-Nida numbers in reverse interlinear

    I'm just starting to get my feet wet learning the new features in L4 and had a question. Is there an easy way to link the Lexham Analytical Lexicon to be a resource opened when clicking on the Louw-Nida numbers within the reverse interlinears and other morph tagged Greek texts? I do not have the standard Louw-Nida book, but since the Lexham AL is linked
    Posted to Logos 4 by Eric Ruhnow on Wed, Nov 18 2009
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