Logos Bible Software 8

An experiment in user-ranking of feature priorities for Logos 8.

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Logos Bible Software 8

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  1. I would like to download all of my resources to an external microSD card so that they are available when I can't connect to the Internet and don't consume the bulk of my internal storage (such as on my Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 that has 16 GB of internal storage and a 64 GB microSD card.

    Supporting an external card could be a great experience for end users. That way, I could have one card that I could use in my Samsung Tab, my desktop system, or any other device Logos supports. Being connected to the Internet can be nice,…

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  3. Find a company that builds and designs e-ink tablet readers and create a Logos proprietary reader, similar in many ways to a Kindle PaperWhite. All I have to do is log into my Logos account and voila, all my Logos resources are available for me to read, just like I used to be able to do with the send to Kindle feature, but this would be a Logos-branded reader, so you don't have to deal with all those crazy lawyers trying to get us to buy books twice (or more) just so we can read them on different platforms. I…

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  4. If you already use Nota Bene you know how great this software is for writing and research. Imagine all the benefits of Nota Bene, Ibidem and Orbis right in the framework of Logos. With the Nota Bene word processor one could write their next paper, article, or full length book with all the benefits of picking your styles (Turabian, APA, etc.) and utilizing the bibliographic manager of Ibidem.

    Logos already has a word processor within it, to take notes, though this is nothing compared to the engine of Nota Bene. Logos also has it's own bibliographic tools to keep track…

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  5. I tend to read with a highlighter in hand and would like to mimic this in Logos. It would be great to be able to just easily highlight as I read along; and then export my highlighted sentences or paragraphs into the notes (with cites) so they could be printed, exported or searched. This would be a great aide for researchers.

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  6. Some resources, like The Lexham Syntactic Greek New Testament: Expansions and Annotations, contain all the morphological and syntactic elements to allow an auto generation of line sentence diagrams. What about a tool which automatically built a line sentence diagram after parsing such resources? Would it be excessive as a requisite?

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  7. How Libronix works with footnotes and how Logos 5 does not work

    Our students would appreciate it so much if Logos 5 could have this feature present in Libronix

    This is how the Libronix Digital Library works with collected items in the clip board

    I can collect as many quotes as the Word clipboard permits and when I go to the document(s) where I want to use them they foot note very beautifully .

    Introduction: Creation and Chaos 1:1–2

    The unit begins with a concern central throughout Genesis 1–11, the creating God and chaos. We commonly translate these two verses…

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  8. Make it an option within Logos 4 so we don't have to go through this http://wiki.logos.com/Reading_Plans!

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  9. 27 votes
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  10. Opps... I didn't want to delete that!! Sound familiar? Allow users to manually save, import & export items such as collections, notes, filters, layouts, search results, etc. This will permit recovery from accidental deletion/edits. It also allows users to select a subset of items to have available at a given time, without losing the others.

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  11. Logos software can keep track of the resources currently owned and create a list to recommend updates or additional resources to complete a set (e.g. the NAC has had a few additions in the past few months, so keeping a tab on those resources to remind me to purchase in order to complete my commentary set). I'm OCD and like full sets, but have a hard time keeping up with which commentary sets have new resources.

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  12. I would like to be able to lend a book to another logos user and would also like to be able to borrow books like you can with kindle or a real book.

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  13. Would be great to hear our Logos books and Bibles read aloud to us on all platforms (Windows, Android, Mac, iphone) [in that order :-)].
    Perhaps start with adding a listen to bible verses as part of the new Scripture memory tool. What a great way to memorize Scripture!

    You can check out esvbible.org for an example of listening to a passage function. Kindle and some other epub readers in Android have text to speech functions that allow you to hear your book read. Would be great on Logos. thanks!

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  14. There are two problems with factbook
    1. first, factbook does not always pull up entries in ABD. sometimes it does, sometimes it doesn't even though in both cases there is a specific heading in ABD


    1. second, factbook NEVER pulls up entries in some dictionaries like:
      https://www.logos.com/product/6374/a-dictionary-of-the-bible even though they are priorized to the top I resources

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  15. Greetings, let me begin by saying just how giddy I am that I now have Logos 7. I love it and have loved the software since Logos 1 (CD Word days). I am writing to ask for a couple of enhancements.

    1st. Basics of Biblical Hebrew Vocabulary. You should make the words it is pronouncing bigger. Its not like you don’t have plenty of space in the left panel. It would help so that the pointing would be easier to see. Please change that.
    2nd - I was so very excited to learn about the improvements to the sermon guide…

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  16. I have moved to using logos as my primary study medium. I have been using it on my Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet every morning for worship and have really appreciated the fact that I can now highlight, take notes, etc. But... when you have a pen, particularly a good pen like the Note has, you want to be able to turn the pages with your hand, and use the stylus like you would a highlighter. No dialogue boxes to go through everytime.

    Maybe it could be setup so that you could select your current highlighter type, then, whenever you…

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  17. Allow for underlining and other original/personalized markings with a stylus.

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  18. I would like to have the ability to have a pop-up dialog box that would allow me to click on the Book of the Bible, and then the chapter, and then the verse, without having to type anything. And then watch Logos 4 take me right to the reference.

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  19. To avoid the risk of producing a version of logos that will run natively on Linux, use something like kickstarter and have it paid for in advance.

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  20. I would like to specify collections in my sermon prep workflows. For example at one point of my prep I would like to review my background commentary collection; at another point in my preparation I want to review my 1-volume commentaries; at another point I review technical commentaries; etc.

    A BONUS would be if there were a check box where I could click off each commentary in the collection when it is read, so that if I return to that step in a workflow I can quickly pickup where I left off.

    see: https://community.logos.com/forums/t/174492.aspx

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