Why in the world does Logos separate text and commentary? Both, of course, are together in the hard copies. I've used Ross at length. Not great as to insight and ground-breaking; still, a wealth of information. But Logos rips the translations out of the commentary and makes them a separate item, with the commentary by itself sans translation. So you have to go back and forth between two windows, rather than up and down in the same. For the life of me, I don't see the point of this.
- I have to agree with Daniel on this. For me, this has caused confusion regarding this series on Psalms from Ross. The commentaries and texts should never be separated. God bless you ALL!
- Separating text from commentary allows you to use Logos as designed to sync both windows and read side by side. This is true for other titles in the series. Excellent feature when using electronic media. Searches etc. can be done on one resource and still keep the other window in sync.