Feature Request: Custom Resource Panel Backrounds / Reading View Backgrounds

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Christopher Bucklin | Forum Activity | Posted: Tue, Jan 29 2019 6:32 AM

While there are many things we do with Logos, certainly one of the primary functions is to read all those resources that we have collected, and continue to add to our library. One of the things however that I miss about real, physical books, is the distinct look and feel that each one has. And I don't know about you, but I have already found myself tired of the 5 or 6 basic colors we can use as a background for our reading.

So, what I would really like to see implemented is the ability to select and use an image as the background for our resource panels, or even just as a background for our reading view, kind of like how we can set an image as the background for our desktop. I can imagine getting images of all different kinds of paper, and using them to change the feel of each resource that we read. That, with ability to change the font, would help to create a diverse and enjoyable reading experience that would greatly quell the monotony of each resource looking and feeling the same.

Please?

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Levi Durfey | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Jan 29 2019 7:15 AM

I agree...I would love to see more variety in the resource backgrounds.

There has been a Uservoice suggestion for more background colors (not images as you requested) for quite some time: https://logos.uservoice.com/forums/42823-logos-bible-software-8/suggestions/1052509-allow-each-pane-to-have-an-individual-background-c

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Ben | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Jan 29 2019 7:22 AM

Yep. I remember requesting this years ago, e.g. give my Greek/Hebrew texts a papyrus background. I would also love to be able to assign each book its own font. 

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