Tag Archives: Logos 5

Logos, A Little Help, Please

I need some assistance from the ‘folk in the know’ and I feel fairly confident that ‘where one has a question, others do too’.  So, here’s my issue: Making a reading plan in Logos 5 is as easy as pie … Continue reading

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So, Something Else to Love About Logos 5

While working with the LXX I discovered something of an anomaly, which I mentioned here.  Rick Brannan read the post and commented- Ken’s got it right. “LXXALT” represents the alternate versions of texts in Rahlfs; Isaiah has no separate alternate … Continue reading

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More on Logos 5: Reading Plans

Earlier versions of Logos also allowed users to construct their own ‘reading plans’ but it’s a feature certainly worth highlighting once again.  Simply put, the ‘reading plan’ utility is one of my absolute favorite.  I’ve already constructed one to use … Continue reading

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More on Logos 5: The Bibliography Tool

I have to say right from the start that this is one of the most useful features of the new version of Logos.  I’ll walk you through it, remarking along the way.  Mind you, there are probably other ways of … Continue reading

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More on Logos 5: ‘Bible Facts- Persons, Places and Things’

One of the features of Logos 5 is the ‘Bible Facts’ tool which allows users to look up persons, places or things.  Naturally what is included in searches depends on the programmers.  So, for example, if one wants to do … Continue reading

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More on Logos 5: Fonts

It may just be something going on with my machine or it may be something about Logos 5 and its compatibility with an already existing Lectionary, but I’ve noticed today that instead of whatever being displayed which should be displayed, … Continue reading

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More On Logos 5: The Timeline

I’ve been playing around with the ‘Timeline’ function (which I’ve found VERY useful).  But there are a couple of things you need to know:  first, if you type in something like BC 500-200 nothing will happen.  The screen will remain as … Continue reading

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