Allow Users to Add Their Own Bible Book Cover Icons or to Individually Switch to a Generic Grey Book Cover Icon if preferred
Excessively bright color shades of the current ESV and LEB Bible book cover icons are not only distracting me as I attempt to focus on the Bible text, but they are causing me to experience painful eyestrain which if I try to ignore for more than a few minutes usually leads to a headache. This situation began with changes that were made to these two book cover icons at the time Logos 6 was introduced. Several other Logos 6 Bible book cover icons were adversely affected as well, but the ESV and LEB are the most extreme examples.
To address this issue, I recommend either one or both of the following solutions:
Option #1. Allow users to add their own book cover icons and to share the icons they add with other users.
Option #2. Allow users to individually switch to a generic grey book cover icon if they prefer (such as currently used for several clause visualization resources).
In addition to the previously submitted options, I would like to offer the following Option #4: Provide users with a program setting to hide or "turn off" all book cover icons when the resource is opened. (The Panel Tab already identifies the resource.)
In view of the fact this issue continues to persist, I recommend the following option #3: Allow users to hide the image of the Bible book cover icon and instead “show label” reflecting the Bible translation’s standard initials (ESV, LEB) as is currently available for shortcut icons within the Shortcuts Bar.