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#1 Chuck Schneider

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Posted 13 July 2014 - 12:51 PM

Right now, we can filter and sort on recently opened, texts, tools, background and "my stuff".


It would be great if we could also use color as another way to view and organise our library.


That is, if we could select a module in the Library, like, say "NASB" and change it's color to something like light brown (for wooden) and/or select "The Message" and change it to something like flourescent green (for wild). :)


The same idea could work for the various types of commentaries and other tools that we have.


Each person might make their own decisions about their style of colorising, but it would offer another useful, organisational dimension.


Just a thought!



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