allow rearrangement of the various 'new notes' that have been added to a created document.
Lets say I create a new document in Logos named, "Phil. 1:1-11." Now I go through my library and study my various commentaries. As I go through one commentary I perhaps come across 10-12 teachings that I want to add to my newly created file. So within 'Phil. 1:1' I add a 'new note' as Logos has me do. Then I add another new note on, say verse 3 and another on verse 7 and so on.
Now I go back to the second commentary in my library and do the same. But commentary number two has a different emphasis on, say verse 3 or 7 from the one in commentary one. I'm wanting to 'add a note' to my document but would like to be able to go back in somehow insert it with the other notes on verse 3, 7, etc. but I don't think that's possible. The new notes always show up at the bottom of all the lists in the document. Hope this makes sense. If nothing else it would just be nice to rearrange all the various notes that have been put together over the years within a document.
Notes can be rearranged by dragging the note icon (in Full or Compact view) or the note title (in Split view).
Additionally, if you added your notes to a Bible reference (e.g., via the context menu in a Bible or commentary), you can use the “Sort by reference” command on the panel menu to put them into canonical order.
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