- A question about link sets ... If I add a panel showing a volume from a multi-volume commentary to a link set, then that panel loads the corresponding volume as required whenever the link set reference changes. That's great. What I'd like to do is to create a layout with a bible and a commentary panel, and have the commentary panel display my favourite commentary for each book, regardless of which series it comes from. Can I set the "Series" on each of my favourite commentaries to achieve this?
- Thanks Graham. I already have my favourites prioritised. I wonder whether you would consider this an enhancement request then. Maybe in the hamburger menu for the panel where we set the link set, you could allow the user to nominate a collection from which alternate resource would be chosen when the link set reference changes. Maybe another way to do it would be have a panel that corresponds to a collection, rather than a resource. Thanks
- That would allow people to say create 3 collections for their "Best" "Second" and "Third" commentaries. And have three panels open, for each collection, and then we would also have our three favourite commentaries readily available, whatever verse we are looking at. :-)
- Hi Steve I really like your suggestion: "Maybe in the hamburger menu for the panel where we set the link set, you could allow the user to nominate a collection from which alternate resource would be chosen when the link set reference changes." I can see how that would work and sounds like a great enhancement. It will be interesting to see how Faithlife respond to it. In the meanwhile, you could use the Parallel Resource sets button to quickly move from the commentary determined by the linkset to your highest prioritise one (or second etc) by clicking the button and choosing the commentary at the top. It does involve an extra click or two but might be helpful in achieveing what you are looking for.
- Logos Tech Tip: Discover What God Says about the Poor with One SearchLogos Tech Tip: Discover What God Says about the Poor with One Search - LogosTalkIn this week's tech tip, learn how to do a logos bible software search about the poor and learn more about what God says about this sensitive topic.blog.logos.com
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- Can the Compare Bible Translations be used with Hellenic source for the Epistles? As an amateur forensic linguist, I like to identify sticking points that didn't make it into the extant Koinē from the original Yashar-Eli and/or Aramaic thought processes and notate the findings.
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- Logos folks Phil Gons (Faithlife), Jim Straatman, etc., I believe there is a typo on the page for a book I have on pre-order. Below is the link to the page with the problem. You have "Edwards" where I think it should say "Owen". I'll also attach a clip of the typo. https://www.logos.com/product/192185/an-introduction-to-john-owen-a-christian-vision-for-every-stage-of-lifeAn Introduction to John Owen: A Christian Vision for Every Stage of LifeMore than three centuries after his death, Puritan theologian John Owen continues to have an impact on readers. In his eight million published words, he addressed a wide range of topics, from theological and biblical commentary to social and political issues. In this survey of Owen’s life and work, Crawford Gribben captures the vision of the Christian life that Owen himself lived out—and hoped his readers would live out as well.www.logos.com
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- Is there a group or forum that is designated for feature requests?