I suggest you ...

Let Users set their own Default Study Layout.

Let Users set their own Default Study Layout.

Currently, if I go to Home, enter a Bible verse, then press "Go," Logos gives me a Study Layout with several windows of resources: Passage Guide, Exegetical Guide, Bible Translations and Commentaries. These are all very helpful.

However, on the right side, two other windows also come up called Information and Text Comparison. For my purposes, neither is helpful. Rather, I find that ...

1) they eat up valuable space which could otherwise be given to the Bible & Commentary windows, and
2) they are annoying, because as I move my cursor over a verse, they constantly change, distracting my eye.

Other people may prefer different features to come up when they enter a verse to study.

Just as Logos lets Users select their preferred Bible version, I suggest Logos allow Users set their own Default Study Layout.

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