Just wondering if there are plans to bring some of the features from library.logos.com to biblia - in particular the passage guide and the word study tool. It's a bit of a nuisance having to swap between library.logos.com and biblia (which is by far the superior reading platform).
Goodness, that's a tough question.
My browser loves library.logos.com and quite frankly it's faster than Logos4 (on my PC). I'm always surprised that whoever programmed it, did such a good job.
Biblia has some other nice features though.
I wonder if Biblia might be suffering from multi-platform-itus where programmers are fewer than needed.
Nicholas van Oudtshoorn:Just wondering if there are plans to bring some of the features from library.logos.com to biblia - in particular the passage guide and the word study tool.
Sorry, we don't have plans to add the guides to Biblia in the near future.
Denise Barnhart:programmers are fewer than needed.
Do you know anyone? http://www.logos.com/jobs :-)
Thanks for the info, Bryan - can't say I'm not disappointed, though :'-(
Keep up the good work - for those of us who don't run windows/mac the web-based stuff is our logos lifeblood!
I agree that Biblia is the superior reading platform and I find my self using it and Logos 4 (Mac) but am frustrated that I can't do more in it like open more than two panels or use all my books. I would seem like a wise move to put more energy into developing biblia with the ubiquitous availability of high speed internet. It just does not make sense that this is not being developed more. The look, feel, and speed seems much better than the traditional setup.