- I'm thinking I would be willing to pay more to get it to production faster if that were possible.
- I am running the full Logos 6 core engine on my very minimal NextBook Flexx 10 2-in-1. (1.3 ghz, 2 gb ram, 36 gb "hard drive", 10.1" screen and Windows 10 for $149 at Wally-world) and I am loving it. I was seriously hampered by my android devices with Logos. I now have so much more functionality. Yes, the full Logos is a bit less friendly to touch but this little device comes with a detachable keyboard and mouse pad (which I am using to write this post) that, in combination with touch, give all the flexibility I could ask for. I use it with the keyboard for study and then quickly detach it for the meeting of the Church. So far the touch limitations have not seriously hampered me. So I would recommend making the full version a bit more touch friendly, as well.
- Hi Richard, I just posted the following review for the Perseus library, and noticed yours as well. I thought maybe using it in this way might be a little more helpful. (I don't know how these "reply" messages work or where they appear, but I didn't think you'd ever see what I wrote if I didn't reply to your review personally.) Joe _________________________________________________ What a tremendous set of resources for Logos to offer free of charge! Many thanks! With both the Greek and English versions (for most books) that are included in this bundle, in-depth biblical Greek word searches within their classical contexts couldn't be easier. Sure, lexicons are convenient. But there is no better way to let the accurate meaning of a Greek word soak into your brain than by studying it in its original contexts. And Logos makes this nearly as easy as looking up a word in a lexicon! For example, when the Greek version of a particular Perseus book is opened as the result of a Greek word search, clicking on either the parallel resource icon or the "+" tab automatically makes its parallel English counterpart available with just one click. No typing of difficult Greek titles required! This allows side-by-side viewing of both the Greek and English versions instantly, with the Greek word highlighted for quick identification. I have only been studying Greek for a few months now, but I can tell my knowledge of the language is growing tremendously from these easy Greek word studies. I do own my share of Logos library material. But for the convenience as well as the price, this Logos resource simply can't be beat!
- It isn't that I don't like the content. It sounds very good, but it really isn't useful without integration.