I’m reopening this suggestion to allow voting. However, the comment below is still true; it’s highly unlikely that this will be implemented anytime soon.
It’s unlikely we’ll add support for embedded images in notes anytime soon; it would add a lot of bandwidth and storage requirements to our multi-platform notes syncing, as well as new UI issues.
Bradley, I realize what you said here is true, but if there are restrictions placed on what is uploaded to the sync system it would remove all of those issues at one time.
The LDLS3 Topic Browser has been replaced by the Factbook and Topic Guide.
An improved version of LDLS3 Fuzzy Search for Bibles is available as Fuzzy Bible Search (in Everything Search in Logos Now): https://community.logos.com/forums/t/132569.aspx
"Embed in Logos program's Boolean "Fuzzy Search" with the internet's Google Search large staff of doctorates. Let the Google Cloud handle the "heavy lifting" expensive capital costs of intelligent search when the Logos user is connected to the internet."
This one little thing alone would stop me from every using Logos again because of the amount of data mining Google does and sells to third parties without anyone knowing it. If you do not believe it check your phones that have google maps on there and look at what you have to give them permission to take off your phone in order to use it. This is just one example, there are many many more.
I am going to play devils advocate on this one. While I understand what you are all saying, can you imagine what it would take for the programmers at Logos to keep up with any and all format changes made to things like Evernote? I have some experience in computer programming and website design and I can tell you it is not an easy thing to do. You would be talking many man hours just to get it compatible first and then to maintain it. When in reality all you have to do is write out your notes in Logos note or whatever platform you use and copy and paste them with ctrl c and ctrl v. There are far more important things I would want Logos to use their time and money for, such as developing the EEC set they are providing.
I do not understand why this is not a priority for Logos. While it may not be financially wise but it is the right thing to do. As Christian people we are to care for those who are handicapped and this would be a tremendous advantage in doing that.
I am wondering why this is not already in the works because I know there are so many visually impaired brothers and sisters out there. I personally know a retired professor of the Old Testament who was forced into retirement because of the loss of his sight and the lack of software readers being able to read Logos and Logos not having its on screen reader. This, in my opinion, should be a top priority and if you want a more heart wrenching reason how many of our vets are coming home without site to learn they can no longer read/hear their studies?