Combine BHS and NA27 into One Resource
Since I always link the pane of my English Bible to a pane with the Original Language Text, I would like the ability to choose a custom resource that combines the BHS and NA27 into one tab. This would allow me to change from Old to New Testament in my English Bible without having to change tabs for BHS and NA27.
In Logos 5.1, you can set a custom “Series” for a group of resources in the Library. When two resources are in the same series, the program will automatically switch between them if the active reference is not in the current resource.
I would suggest that eveyone who has voted on this suggestion move their votes to http://logos.uservoice.com/forums/42823-logos-bible-software-4/suggestions/549445-resource-associations, which is the same suggestions, only not restricted to BHS and NA. Splitting votes on two items means this ends up with lower priority than the total number of votes merits.
Linked resources in general would be fantastic, PARTICULARLY with the iPhone or Android Apps
This is a duplicate of Resource Associations
(formerly known in L3 as SRA or Serial Resource Association)
Sean Boisen commented
Currently you can open and link resources in multiple tabs, and (for the BHS/NA27 example) only one tab at a time of which will be relevant to the text you're reading. So it sounds like the major benefit you're wanting is to avoid having to switch between two tabs: is that right?
Steve Coward commented
I would add that this should not be limited to BHS and NA27, but include the ability to link resources to one (e.g. a commentary series). Here's a post about this I made in the forums:
"Maybe I'm the only one, but I would love the functionality to open a commentary series in a tab. For instance, my devotional reading plan goes through several different books of the bible in a given day. I would love to have the functionality to choose a series to follow along as I do my different readings. Right now I am really only able to use one-volume commentaries like this . . . I would love to do this with a multi-volume commentary.
Similarly it might be nice to have the functionality work with collections as well. That way I could create a collection of my favorite commentary on each book spanning multiple series.
I know this might not be easy to implement, but I'd love the feature . . . just a suggestion."