BUG in Handout Document

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Matt Zimmerman | Forum Activity | Posted: Wed, May 25 2016 7:24 AM

I am beginning to make a handout and notice a few bugs with the handout document.

First, I added a bunch of blank items (with custom content) and Logos insists on inserting some kind of media item. For example, it's inserting "Jerusalem in the Times of Ezra" media image which I don't want. I select "delete" and it goes away, but then Logos chooses another image to take its place.

Second, I have it ordered so that the last three items are "discipline", "power of prayer in numbers", and then the unwanted media item. But if you look at page 2, it has the image at the top of the page, the word wrap of discipline under the image, and then the power of prayer in numbers last. I don't understand why Logos is doing this.

Also, as an aside, it would be great to adjust the margins on the first page. The title and date take up so much room and it squishes the content. But there is no way to adjust the width of the content. Lots of wasted space in this particular "thin" template. Finally, it would be cool if I could set a default font and/or change the font for all of the content items in one fell swoop.

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Graham Criddle | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, May 25 2016 8:10 AM

Hi Matt

I don't have specific answers to your questions but wanted to ensure you were aware that the Handouts feature is "deprecated" - see comments from Bob at https://community.logos.com/forums/p/46104/346386.aspx#346386 

Further discussion of this, for example, at https://community.logos.com/forums/t/101164.aspx 

I would recommend using some other tool to do what you are trying to achieve.


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