Inconsistent behavior in Guides

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MJ. Smith | Forum Activity | Posted: Fri, Jun 27 2014 6:33 PM

I have not gone through all sections but as examples - sections with the Passage Guide:

1. Commentaries has no context menu

2. My Content has a context menu (link) giving me some control over opening the resource and a somewhat superfluous "show information"

and a somewhat less useful selection menu:

3. Cross-reference resources have no context menu while the scripture references have a full context menu:

4. The Liturgy section behaves like My Content i.e. has a limited context menu.

5. Catholic Topical Index behaves with the most complete context menu.

6. Outlines gets carried away with meaningless data as it fails to recognize that "outline" is a link to a resource not something meaningful in its own right:

In short, I believe Logos should test each section of each of the Guides to spread the useful functions where applicable and omit inapplicable functions. My concern is to get predictable as well as useful behavior.

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