Allow Users to Customize Font Size and Style from "Print/Export"
When printing from "Print/Export", Logos 6 currently uses a small default font size and unknown default font style. These settings cannot be changed. The printed default font size is uncomfortably small for my eyes. Increasing or decreasing the font size of printed copies was at least possible in Logos 5 through the Resource Panel font size slider. In addition, in Logos 5, it was possible to attach Bible notes (without cross references) to the footnotes section at the bottom of the page, but now neither one can be added.
I suggest users be allowed to customize the font size and style of any resource from within "Print/Export". For Bible translations specifically, I recommend the option of attaching Bible notes (literal renderings, alternate translations, or explanations) within the footnotes section at the bottom of the page since these notes are so critical to comprehending the translated Bible text. Regarding Bible cross references, I recommend the option of including or omitting them from the printed footnotes section since, although they are very important, they take up a lot of space on a printed page, tend to obscure the Bible notes, and can be accessed electronically for further study.
In addition, I suggest the same Bible notes and cross reference options be added to the Copy Bible Verses tool when exporting Bible chapters/passages to an MS Word document. Currently, if you want to use the Copy Bible Verses tool to export Bible passages with notes and cross references in the text, you cannot omit the cross references and keep the Bible notes within the footnotes sections.