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See Phil’s post here: https://community.logos.com/forums/p/143660/905035.aspx#905035Scotty The Menace commented
This is a good idea, but I'd also like to gather all my highlights of a particular kind (like "red highlighter") across all resources and put them into one place. Currently this is only possible with some obscure search code that I have to keep looking up to use.
90 votesScotty The Menace supported this idea ·Scotty The Menace commented
I agree with those who suggest that floating layouts alone is too limiting. I'd like to have the ability to have multiple layouts open in the same window (maybe in a browser-like tab bar) or in a floating window, depending on the need of the moment. I would set a higher priority on the single-window interface because it's less messy on a single monitor, which I think is the more common user experience. Floating tabs would be great on a second monitor, but on a single monitor (like a laptop) it could be clunky.
Consolidating several suggestions below:
1. Provide a tabbed window of open layouts.
2. Enable opening individual layouts in floating windows.
3. Enable right-clicking a tabbed layout to open in a floating window.
There are many difficulties with layouts (no auto-save, links from the home layout opening on existing layouts, they don't save your place in documents, etc.) but this is the most frustrating.