A couple of things, perhaps only the first of which is a bug:
1. In the print edition of LEH, the diamond is the siglum for indicating a word's root. In the first attached shot (using Times New Roman font), a diamond does not display. So also within the body of the text itself (see second shot), I get a square instead of a diamond. I will report using the in-app report correction feature, but I am wondering if (a.) others can confirm they display this, too? and (b.) if this is a wider-spread issue than just the two instances I have seen.
2. There are not spaces between the paragraphs in the introductory material of LEH. There are not spaces between introductory paragraphs in BDAG, to compare, but there they are at least indented (as it is in print BDAG). LEH (print) does not indent paragraphs in the intro, but does have a space between. So, while this may be mixing a potential bug report with a feature request, it seems LEH should either mirror the print edition (with spaces between paragraphs) or indent, so that it's easier to read. If this is a settings issue on my end, I'm happy to learn about it and adjust it myself!
It would also be nice in LEH to be able to navigate the intro material by way of the TOC menu/sidebar. As you can see in the same third attachment, BDAG is set up that way but in LEH the navigation just gets you to the first letter, then you have to manually scroll up to get through the introductory content.
EDIT: I see that "(b)" still makes a smiley face in these forums!
Edited by Abram K-J, 21 October 2013 - 09:16 AM.