Willie

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    1 comment  ·  Logos Bible Software 8  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Willie commented  · 

    I now believe the most efficient way of turning this option “on” or “off” would be a single mouse click either (1) on the Panel Tab of an opened resource panel, or (2) within any empty space of the main text area of an opened resource panel.

    While the addition of a “Show Toolbar” option within the Panel Menu along with its corresponding single click keyboard shortcut is necessary and important, the addition of a single mouse click to turn this option “on” or “off” is equally important. I believe, if implemented, the single mouse click will become the preferred method of controlling this option for most users.

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    1 comment  ·  Logos Bible Software 8  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Willie commented  · 

    I now believe the primary way of turning this option “on” or “off” should be a single mouse click either (1) on the Panel Tab of an opened resource panel, or (2) within any empty space of the main text area of an opened resource panel.

    I still believe adding this option to the Panel Menu would be helpful as well, but a single mouse click would be the most efficient method of control.

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    2 comments  ·  Logos Bible Software 8  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Willie commented  · 

    In addition to the previously submitted options, I would like to offer the following Option #4: Provide users with a program setting to hide or "turn off" all book cover icons when the resource is opened. (The Panel Tab already identifies the resource.)

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    In view of the fact this issue continues to persist, I recommend the following option #3: Allow users to hide the image of the Bible book cover icon and instead “show label” reflecting the Bible translation’s standard initials (ESV, LEB) as is currently available for shortcut icons within the Shortcuts Bar.

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    2 comments  ·  Logos Bible Software 8  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Willie commented  · 

    For my particular vision needs, the current color scheme is perfect. My eyes do not tolerate vivid colors on a computer screen well. Changing the active panel tab’s top ribbon to a vivid color would be so distracting for my eyes that I would no longer be able to use the program. I therefore respectfully cannot support this UserVoice suggestion.

    Perhaps a way to satisfy all users’ visual needs would be to make no changes to the current default color of the active panel tab’s top ribbon, but add a user controlled option to select a different ribbon color from a set of available choices. This could be a helpful option, as long as the ribbon’s current gray color remains the default choice.

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    1 comment  ·  Logos Bible Software 8  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Willie commented  · 

    Regarding Option #4 above, I continue to recommend this option be accomplished through some type of visual indicator/selector within the Resource Panel Menu; however, I no longer recommend adding additional icons to the Resource Toolbar unless that would include a one click option to "hide" the Resource Toolbar if one prefers when operating in a normal panel view (not Reader View) or an option to choose one's own icon.

    I've recently come to realize as more features are added to the program, it will invariably clutter the Resource Toolbar with icons, some of which could distract users from reading resource text or performing other functions. This is happening for me right now with the recently added Multiview Resources icon which appears to my eyes to dominate the tool bar and resource text beneath it.

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    1 comment  ·  Logos Bible Software 8  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Willie commented  · 

    Since purchasing Logos approximately 6 months ago, I've struggled to find a comfortable font style and size especially for Bible reading. I was unaware that there had previously been more of a variety of options, so I definitely support your recommendations.

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