author LAST NAME should be EASY to VIEW
Almost always I care to know WHAT AUTHOR I am working with. Logos makes this difficult. WHY NOT HAVE THIS INFORMATION in the TITLE... or give us the information.
I don't need to see that I am reading the New International Commentary on the New Testament: Ephesians. Geesh... I am doing a study on Ephesians... and I have several resources open, what I need to know is AUthor's name.. Last Name, mist usually. WHO AM I READING!?
Why make this hard? I know I can go to resource tab and find out... but when doing several studies and opening up resources, it is easy to forget. So why make me do this for each resouces that is open?
Rather, just let me know this is Lincoln that I am reading. I know it is then Andrew Lincoln and that I am in Word Biblcial Commentary. Telling me Word Biblical COmmentary doesn't give me that information, however. I want to know I am reading Hoehner, or Best, or Barth, or Loyld-Jones or Bruce.
Give us authors. Don't make us go look up each author. And it is especially helpful with smaller works... I had two resources open, both by the same author and I didnt even realize it the other day. This would NEVER happen in PRINT.
And yet, it is so much work/ effort (when it should be none) to simply know the author I am reading.
Of all the things I can think of that could be added to Logos or to make Logos more useful... this is the one thing I am always needing and it seems to be an easy thing to fix. (Yes, multiple authors of a single work presents a challenge, but that is a rather smaller number).
THanks so much!!!!!
The titles of resources can be edited in the Library (just show the information pane on the right then click on the title). This will let you put the author name first on resources for which this is important.