Correction to previous comment. If the Notes file is shown in compact layout, only the headers will be exported. But if the Notes file is shown in full layout, the complete notes will be exported. I believe that this is completed now.
The headline text of the note is exported, but not the content of the note. All I see in the export pane is lots of yellow boxes with the occasional piece of header text and a lot of white space on the page. Please provide this so that we can export notes without wasting time copying and pasting the contexts of each and every note. Thanks.
Although there is a solution that goes most of the way to solve this, I hadn't been aware of it before. See https://wiki.logos.com/Floating_Tool_Windows where it is possible to save and open a Favorites folder in most of the same ways that a floating layout would function. It works great. The things that a floating layout would have in addition would include remembering panes within the window, the location of the window on the screen, and the link-sets between resources. But aside from those limitations, the Floating Tool Windows functions just as good instead of floating layouts. Since this alternative works, I'm releasing my votes from this suggestion.
It would be great if, when a resource link is clicked and the resource is not open but is assigned to a window sub-layout which is currently closed, that instead of opening the resource in some available pane, the option would be given to open the sub-layout where it is normally used instead (or a selection of sub-layouts if it is in more than one, e.g. BDAG might be assigned in a number of different study sub-layouts which would not be used at the same time).
With Logos 6 64-bit also taking more memory without paging as in the 32-bit version, keeping large numbers of resources open at the same time is much more of a memory hog, making this feature request more urgent than when using Logos 5.
I agree wholeheartedly with suggestions for saving/opening floating window layouts independently from either the main window or other floating windows. I could then open/close at will different floating windows that I use to separate and manage Greek/Hebrew lexicons etc, Dictionaries, Commentaries, Journals, Notes/Clippings/Favourites etc. (I normally keep my main window for main and alternate Bible panes, passage & exegetical guides, etc.).
At present, I have several layouts which have variations on each pane. It is not possible to keep changes (improvements) to one of these floating windows synched with older layouts without going into each layout and making the same changes for each one.
Therefore, when opening an old layout, I often find that one or more of its windows (e.g. Dictionaries) has an old version (layout) that I have improved since then - and I then need to switch layout again to note what the changes are, then switch back and make the changes.
Being able to save/update a floating window on its own, and have those changes maintained when switching layout, would be great.
It would also allow me to minimise system resources by closing some floating windows, as keeping them all open at the same time can slow things down.
It might also help if floating windows could be identified as the default for opening certain types of resources (e.g. all Note files opened would be opened in a certain floating window, if it is open, instead of opening beside passage guides, and so on). But the automatic detection of similar types of resources open works most of the time.
This currently works for journals if this search is entered (heading:"Romans 7"), but for nothing else in my library. It works really well there, and it would be a really great addition to searching in the rest of the library. Now, can I steal a vote from somthing else for this...
I have since seen that right-clinking on a word in with the lemma selected allows the option to 'Pronounce' it. But since the list of options on right-clicking is slow to load, it would still be easier to have an icon to click.
I'd also settle for just the Greek at present, though.
I've looked at the prayer list, and tried it out, but I've gone back to using an Excel spreadsheet because I can see at a glance what all the prayer points are for different days, and get a good overview. With Logos prayer lists, I cannot see any overview that shows the contents all at the same time. using the mouse to go over different prayer notes interrupts the flow of prayer also. What about being able to expand all notes, and scroll up and down through the display? That would be great, and I would use Logos instead.
That's great - thanks. I didn't realise that that was what it related to. It would be good, though, to have less obtrusive ones. But turning them off will do for me for now, as it was distracting seeing them each time I navigate a verse with Text Comparison linked (in order for Text Comparison to follow). JD
I'm not sure that multiple scrollbars are the answer. I would suggest a non-linear scrollbar, such that a given movement near the existing location is insensitive and only moves the text position a little, but as one moves further away from the current location, it becomes much more sensitive and moves in larger sections for the same mouse movement. This is a bit like how mouse sensitivity is enhanced in an operating system.
Also, I would suggest that something needs to be done about the breadcrumbs, where proliferation of them means that one cannot click above or below the cursor to page down, as one hits breadcrumbs instead. Some windows don't respond to PageUp/PageDown either, making it worse.
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