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Focus on tablet and touchscreen features

Better scrolling and program control with touchscreen gestures. Especially in reading mode the interface is difficult to use with a touchscreen. I want to be able to use Logos like my e-reader.

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      • Anonymous commented  · 

        I hope this will be improved.

      • Anthony NuñezAnthony Nuñez commented  · 

        thx for scrolling by touch... please add the following for touch as well: select text (more than one word); larger buttons on locator bar and function bar in notes (clippings, etc) and tabs for resources and close "X" button; sentence diagramming tool. thx!

      • TimTim commented  · 

        I have a new computer! It's a Lenovo touch screen. Yet it does not seem that my logos software can select text for notes, copying, or pasting.

      • brent hoeflingbrent hoefling commented  · 

        more important - especially as Windows 8 has been released.

      • Pavel ŠkodaPavel Škoda commented  · 

        In the age of tablets it is IMHO necessary for LOGOS4 to support work with stylus:

        - ergonomic higlighting text with pen (absolute necessity for me)
        - hovering (to see text in balloon)
        - ergonomic scrolling

        Hoping LOGOS4 will work efficiently on Win8 tablets in near future :-)

      • brent hoeflingbrent hoefling commented  · 

        agreed. even with win8, once the app opens, the touch-interface is lost. perhaps an add-in or an option setting to make it run as tablet/gesture settings.

      • AnonymousAnonymous commented  · 

        Touchscreen ability would be really nice.

      • RandyRandy commented  · 

        I have a Windows 7 tablet and would like to use Logos4 more efficently. I really do not want to purchase an iPad or Android tablet.

      • FredFred commented  · 

        It's NOT a big job to add touch capabilities to Logos 4 Windows. Windows 7 and .NET 3.5 have a very good accessibility API set to facilitate this. I've done touch-capability to a much more complex app than Logos and the entire job from start to finish was < 3 weeks.

      • Ward WalkerWard Walker commented  · 

        Humm...it appears I can't cast more than 3 votes for any one thing. Argh. In spirit, I'm voting with 5!

      • Ward WalkerWard Walker commented  · 

        Increased my votes to get multi-touch and pen awareness built into L4 Win HMI/GUI

      • Greg WalkerGreg Walker commented  · 

        How do I add my other 7 votes to this one?

      • Greg WalkerGreg Walker commented  · 

        OK, I'm back, and this is still driving me nuts! I'm totally sold out on my Windows 7 tablet, and get incredibly frustrated when I can't use touch functionality in my Logos program. PLEASE, PLEASE address this! It's not going away. Please?

      • Greg WalkerGreg Walker commented  · 

        Really need to update to address emerging touch functionality, and stylus use (Asus Slate). Also need to make scroll buttons larger (requires well-aimed stylus point, cant use finger as is.

      • Ward WalkerWard Walker commented  · 

        I would like pen and multi-touch simultaneous awareness...like Office 2010 and OneNote 2010. Having to right-click to use Logos Gestures or using Windows' Flicks is not optimal, especially since using touch it is very likely to accidently hit a link and send Logos off doing something unwanted.

      • vanzeebenvanzeeben commented  · 

        amen, and the ability for inking into logos

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