Align the NRSV deuterocanonical books to the LXX and/or to appropriate Hebrew (and in the case of 2 Esdras Latin) texts.17 votes
An alignment to the LXX is currently available: https://www.logos.com/product/7130/english-greek-reverse-interlinear-of-the-nrsv-apocryphal-texts
An alignment to Latin is not planned at this time.
Downloading the latest driver from Synaptics (http://www.synaptics.com/resources/drivers) should fix this problem.
Logos 4.1 (for Windows) allows hyperlinks to any report.
I hope the Bible and morph searches become much more dynamic. I would like to hover my cursor over words and see grammatical info like I do in a regular Bible view. Right now, it's just plain text. I would also love to see the following features added to the output of the Bible and morph searches: ability to do visual filters, compare versions and the ability to highlight a word and see it highlighted across other versions.12 votes
Inline Search (in Logos 6 base packages) gives you the full power of a regular Bible resource view in your search results: https://community.logos.com/forums/t/92745.aspx
A view for any of our bibles that shows text and punctuation only, No versification, no periscopes.30 votes
The ability to export search results formatted as they appear or print them in that format.5 votes
Completed in 4.1 as part of the print export panel.
“Media Search” was added in Logos 6: https://community.logos.com/forums/t/92623.aspx
Here's the problem: When you click on the Parallel Resources Icon - in 4.0b beta 12 - the drop down menu that displays the parallel resources takes several seconds to download all the book cover graphics.
This is one of those places where you could remove the graphics altogether (no one would even notice) and just have a text based list that loads instantly. We don't need to have any graphics in the Parallel Resources drop down menu's.6 votes
The Parallel Resources menu has been made faster, without having to remove the cover images (which were never the bottleneck).
Allow attachment of notes to the liturgical date as well as calendar date. For example, "Easter", "Christmas", "Reformation day"8 votes
Added in Logos 5.2b; see this thread for more details: https://community.logos.com/forums/t/94082.aspx