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- I am currently on a trial of Faithlife connect. I will probably keep it. but does anyone know what happens to course material if subscription lapses or when the 180 days are up? I understand I won't have access to the course anymore but I am wondering specifically about the "worksheets" within the course that have you fill in answers into the course. Do these disappear?
- How does one install the course notes from a Faithlife course page?
- For OT285, the course introduction indicates, "To download a Notes document that highlights the readings for this course, join the OT285 Faithlife group: https://faithlife.com/ot285". I've looked for the content but I'm unable to find it. I thought maybe your suggestion above might help. I expanded the Bible Study navigation tool, but "Logos Documents" is not one of the options. I've actually expanded all the navigation areas and they're mostly empty and none of have the content indicated to be found there. What am I missing?
- Thank you. This aspect of the navigation bar is not intuitive. It would help to show the items grayed out and/or with a label indicating "for members only". My thinking was that I didn't want to bother joining a group that had no content of use to me. I do appreciate you helping me find the content.
- Good Morning from Australia. Is anyone studying Bl206? I'm kinda stuck on Segment 13 and wondering if anyone else has had an issue with running a Bible search on "Metonymy" or If anyone knows how to contact Dr Naselli via email, I really need to ask him a couple of questions. Many thanks.
- David Bambrick, What would you like to know regarding "metonymy"?
- Hi Andre. Its not Metonymy, it's the instructions that are given in the BI206 course, Segment 13. I'm having trouble running a bible search on metonymy in Luke 15. It looks like one can't run a bible search on the word metonymy, so I'm not sure what to do. The "Help from resources and tutorial' section isn't much help. I do apologize for this. I'm sure it's something simple. Many thanks for asking.
- Any plans to add Intermediate/Second Year Level Hebrew or Greek courses? How about Aramaic?
- Look like the groups are beginning to fade.
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- Good morning all anyone doing the course on Judges???? I have just started it today and it would be great to talk to some one also doing the course
- I have been using Logos in all its formats for about 15/20 years. I like the program, but it is infuriating me. When I copy and paste my notes from logos to word, amend, then copy and paste back from word in to Logos, on occasion it completely disorientates the structure. Having recently working on the book of Revelation and making 20,000 words of notes, when posted back in to logos it did this very thing. I then have to go through the whole document and amend? It takes around about 4/5 hours. Is there any other way to straighten this out?
- Maybe try first posting them into another program and then re-copying them before posting them into Logos notes. It's a hack. But, it might help. Try Evernote, OneNote, Gmail (Compose), etc. Or there are some programs online that might even help stripping/reformatting the Word stuff to something more universal.
- Source/Merge PastingProvide option to pasted copied material with either the source formatting or to merge to match the formatting in the pasted location. This is for between notes or Logos resources but also could include from material outside Logos (websites, Word, PowerPoint, etc.).logos.uservoice.com