Already posted this somewhere else but so they're all in the one place:
We need something which helps transcribers to distinguish between lat/long readings, and places with bearings. On Manning I've yet to see any lat/long recorded, but against those headings in the log book there are often landmarks with a bearing and distance.
Actually (26/8) they have now begun to record lat/long sometimes, when they're at sea with presumably no landmarks to use, but they're still rarities, and they mix up lat/long and places with bearings under the same log book headings.
And someone else had mentioned the need to make it clear which part of the barometer reading to put where ....
Also worth pointing out that sometimes not every reading is being recorded, so you need to look at the headings and make sure the figures are going in the right columns in the magnifier, especially as the magnifier spreads everything out so they're no longer lining up (I'm enjoying the bigger magnifier, and not complaining, but it does mean we need to take more care here.)