Biblia.com Beta 5 release notes

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Bryan Smith | Forum Activity | Posted: Tue, Jul 20 2010 3:31 PM

Features

  • Support for basic mobile access (passage, reading, and library views only, for now).
  • Share menu now requires a click, instead of opening on hover.
  • Updated a few icons.
  • Added loading indicators where appropriate.
  • Added submit button to search tab.
  • Added X clear button to filter boxes.
  • Moved informational links from the sidebar home tab to a footer.
  • Minor styling changes to toolbars.

 

Bug fixes

  • Tooltip formatting sometimes breaks in Chrome.
  • Can't navigate a resource by entering a page number into the reference box.
  • Error displayed when entering a reference that doesn't exist in the current book.
  • Number of results incorrectly reported in search panel.
  • Stack overflow error in IE7 when opening a resource picker.
  • Chrome and Safari sometimes fail to scroll to the requested reference during a navigation.
  • Incompatible resources are no longer displayed in the resource lists (eg, timelines).
  • Error when clicking a link within a book before the tooltip finished loading.
  • Improve ability to select the text URL in the share menu.
  • Resolved several errors appearing when switching between resources or scrolling through certain resources.

 

We are aware of the current uselessness of the sidebar home tab. We have plans for the space, but have not yet implemented them :)

 

Enjoy,

Bryan

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Robert G. Mettler | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Jul 20 2010 5:37 PM

Bryan Smith:
Resolved several errors appearing when switching between resources or scrolling through certain resources.

Bryan,

Switched Bible panel to NKJV, switched rt. panel to Calvin's Commentary on the first book of Moses. CPU usage jumps to 100% and IE 8 stops responding. This is repeatable. I have to quit out by killing the iexplorer process. Similar problem to what I had before.

Windows XP, IE 8.

Edit: This problem is not unique to the resources mentioned above. It also occurs with other resources after a switch.

Robert

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Nicholas van Oudtshoorn | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Jul 20 2010 8:37 PM

Wonderful! Out of curiosity, are there any plans to link Logos reading plans to biblia.com? (Even though they don't work properly (make duplicates of themselves!), it's nice having them there at library.logos.com - and I'm trying to wean myself off library.logos.com in favour of biblia.com )

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Nicholas van Oudtshoorn | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Jul 20 2010 9:43 PM

To clarify my last post here: Of course, I'm talking about the mobile version of library.logos.com - only just discovered the desktop-browser version today. (And yes, I still prefer biblia.com!)

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Bryan Smith | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Jul 21 2010 8:39 AM

RobertGMettler:

Switched Bible panel to NKJV, switched rt. panel to Calvin's Commentary on the first book of Moses. CPU usage jumps to 100% and IE 8 stops responding. This is repeatable. I have to quit out by killing the iexplorer process. Similar problem to what I had before.

Windows XP, IE 8.

Thanks a lot for the repro steps, Robert. This has been a tricky one to track down, but I'll prioritize it.

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Bryan Smith | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Jul 21 2010 8:42 AM

Nicholas van Oudtshoorn:
Out of curiosity, are there any plans to link Logos reading plans to biblia.com?

Yes, though I'm not sure how far out that is. As you can see, we still have a lot of work to do on some of the more core features.

 

Nicholas van Oudtshoorn:
(And yes, I still prefer biblia.com!)

Awesome, glad to hear it :)

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Robert G. Mettler | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Jul 21 2010 4:09 PM

Bryan Smith:

 

Thanks a lot for the repro steps, Robert. This has been a tricky one to track down, but I'll prioritize it.

 

My problem seems to go away when I run Biblia.com in Compatibility mode; but then the font is terrible. It appears washed out, and is very difficult to read-----not a satisfactory solution.

Edit: Changing the zoom level to 125% helps the font problem. I am viewing on a 18" flat screen monitor. Gateway FPD 1810. The font still is washed out in the selection boxes and within the pop-ups, but is an improvement.

Robert

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