make it possible (or easier) to type Greek or Hebrew words directly into the search bar, totally bypassing the transliterations.
This is something I miss about BW. In that program, I simply typed a "." which told the program I was about to type in the language of the morphological database I had selected (it also indicated an AND search). Characters would then appear in that language. After an "@" I could type in morphological codes without going through a series of menus. I know its unfair to compare one program with another, but it is extremely frustrating to perform Greek morph or phrase searches in the current format.
it's very easy to install the keyboards on Mac and Windows and type in the search bar. (make sure you install the SBL Hebrew so that you can type the vowels, the Israeli keyboard does not include vowels).
Type "g:" or "h:" before your search term to suggest Greek or Hebrew words using untransliteration.
If you want to type the Greek/Hebrew letters directly (without untransliteration) and you use Windows, then we recommend installing our custom Greek and Hebrew keyboards: http://www.logos.com/support/windows/L3/keyboards. Once they're installed (and you learn the layout) you can use them to type Greek and Hebrew into any Windows program, not just Logos. You can also switch between the keyboards easily with a hotkey (configurable in Windows).