The possibility to turn off chapter and verse on screen
In reading view and on screen to allow the reader to read without chapter and verse references
Does it work on the iPad?
This is worth the upgrade for me
It would be great to see this feature if they added a feature where you could hover over the text and see the reference quickly. I always print out the section that I am preaching without the verses or chapters to get a better sense of how the text flows. I would love to see this feature.
Mitchell Ebbott commented
Control over footnote markers and pericope headings would be a natural extension to this feature. A simple check box for each one in the Visual Filters menu would be fantastic!
Jim Farha commented
Seems to me that this should be a given for such a high end, high quality, useful piece of software that Logos is. It would greatly enhance the user experience all around, and particularly with reading through the Bible.
Mike S. commented
See the thread: http://community.logos.com/forums/p/12407/319841.aspx
Idea is to get rid of the verse references interspersed throughout the text to provide a reading experience that fits the genre instead of the highly choppy, compartmentalized view that superscripts, footnotes, and verses bring to the reading experience.