Adjust the sermon builder to allow any Scripture passage to be input.
As the sermon builder is right now, it tries to pull a predefined Scripture passage from Logos. Except sometimes the two pieces of the whole Logos system aren't speaking well, and so it does not accept or recognize a Scripture passage. Further, the sermon builder will reject a passage that does not fit its predefined sections of text.
It should be as simple as typing "Ecclesiastes 12:13-14" into the box, not require waiting for Logos to pull recommended passages and then having to select one.
Doug Hibbard commented
Sermon Editor in the documents. When trying to create a sermon, one cannot just type into the "Passages" box what passage you're preaching. You have to wait for Logos to generate a drop-down menu and choose from the options provided.
It needs to allow the sermon author to input whatever passages being used. As it stands, Logos does not generate the drop-down menu when I try to input the passage more than one in ten tries, meaning that I have typed, this week, "Matthew 2" into the new sermon document 10 times to get the sermon document to offer me a passage to choose from. It frustrates the process and makes the sermon editor not a useful tool.
Logos 7 doesn't have a feature specifically named "sermon builder"; are you referring to the Sermon Starter Guide on the Guides menu, or the Sermon Editor on the Documents menu?