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Ability to search within headings and/or Table of Contents

Add the ability to restrict searches to chapter or article titles and section headings and/or items that appear in the Table of Contents panel (which may or may not be the same thing).

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  • NB.Mick commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    As I see it, this comes down to the topic of insufficient resource tagging. For some reason (or no reason) Logos did not tag headings in the past, not even headwords or titles in resources like Lexicons, Encyclopedias, Journals or Festschrift monographs. Someone smart recognized that in many resources those headings are typographically delineated by larger text and built the large text automatic - but this won't work consistently, especially since larger text is used only in some resources - many others use bold text for the same thing.

    As an example, how to make sure you find every book in the library where 'monogenes' is (part of) a headword or heading?

  • John Duffy commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    This currently works for journals if this search is entered (heading:"Romans 7"), but for nothing else in my library. It works really well there, and it would be a really great addition to searching in the rest of the library. Now, can I steal a vote from somthing else for this...

  • Sam Henderson commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I'd like to see the topics and their referents listed in the index pages at the end of most books included in this search. It would essentially be an improved implementation of the Libronix 3 Topic Browser.

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