Print or export list of prioritized resources?

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Ralph Wood | Forum Activity | Posted: Sat, Sep 18 2021 12:34 PM

Is there a way to print or export one's list of prioritized resources?  It would seem that with all the extremely complex things that Logos can do, this would be a simple one to develop.  I saw a very old stream of posts suggesting a feature to insert category dividers within the prioritized list.  That would be nice as well.  Something...anything...to make it easier to view and manage this list.

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Rosie Perera | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Sep 18 2021 5:01 PM

I don't know of a way to do this, short of taking screenshots and printing those.

But I'm trying to create less paper in my life and do more things directly on the screen. If I have a list right in Logos of all my prioritized resources, why would I also want a printed version of that? Just more paper clutter.

As for category dividers, some of us have a method we use that's really a hack. Take some books that you don't care about (you would have hidden them perhaps) and edit their titles to rename them as category dividers, for example "Section: Commentaries". Then drag them to the appropriate spots in your prioritization list. Right click on each one and choose "Set Prioritization Limits" and and set it to apply only to that resource.

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Dave Hooton | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Sep 20 2021 4:45 PM

Rosie Perera:
Take some books that you don't care about (you would have hidden them perhaps) and edit their titles to rename them as category dividers,

It would be better to use Personal Books compiled from the same docx file that has a single line of plain text. Give it Type = Monograph, Language = English, Subject = Prioritization. This means it will not be parsed for milestones (in the Prioritization List) and you can readily recognize them in Library by filtering on Subject. If you have multiple installations of Logos/Verbum the PB should be uploaded.

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Ralph Wood | Forum Activity | Replied: Today 8:05 PM

Dave Hooton:

It would be better to use Personal Books compiled from the same docx file that has a single line of plain text... 

Thanks Dave!  Simple and gets the job done.  I included dashes before and after the category name to help them stand out from the "real" resources.

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