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  1. Yes. The Brill Dictionary of Ancient Greek, abbreviated MGS (Montanari-Goh-Schroeder), a.k.a. "BrillDAG," is currently in development.
    9 points
  2. If you've been having problems with our recent 13.2 update for Windows & macOS, we have released 13.2.1 to address these issues. Go to "Check for App Update" to download the fix. Change Updated help for 13.2.1 Fixes Issues when launching Easy Install during Setup Assistant. A few cases where the module validation dialog would pop up due to background activity. Minimized the display of the module validation dialog. Crashes that could occur when: launching 13.2 for the first time. attempting to use a menu keyboard shortcut before the program had fully launched. searching a User Tool in Research. using Research if a module was not validated. installing a Syntax or other non-module file.
    7 points
  3. It's been a long time coming, but vol. 4 of COS will be available very, very soon.
    7 points
  4. Accordance 13.2 for Windows & macOS is out! This MAJOR release delivers support for M1 Macs, adds optional subject/pericope headings to biblical texts, allows for default lexicons for individual texts, provides better PDF import & MUCH MORE! Free for users of Accordance 13. Check out the Accordance blog for more info; but better yet, just update Accordance!
    6 points
  5. Accordance indexes "𝔓" as a separate word from "46". So, you just need to put a space between the two "words": 𝔓 46. A helpful trick is to view the wordlist using CMD-J while your cursor is in the search entry box. There you can see how all the ms words are indexed. Both the 𝔓 and the Ψ are located in the word list, as well as, the character palette. I had no issues using either of them. If you use the character palette, just remember to put a space between the 𝔓 and the 46. The same is true for ℵ 1.
    5 points
  6. I don’t expect to have the same features between iOS/iPadOS & MacOS. I just hope that more resources can be put in the iPadOS version. It is almost 2 years from the last major iOS version. We are told that a major version would come out the last year but it is almost silent for the past year without any additional information. I have just switched from Logos because of the power search of Accordance iOS, I really wanna see the mobile app can thrive as I am using only iPad Pro.
    5 points
  7. Old Testament Use of Old Testament, by Gary Edward Schnittjer by Zondervan is going to be released soon. This would be a good module that makes use of Accordance's capabilities.
    5 points
  8. Ok, I guess I'll email Accordance soon about this, as there's still no way to filter out "already-owned" modules when viewing what's included in a particular collection. The price says it accounts for the modules you already own, but it doesn't show you what those are 👎 Also just discovered today that some modules that I already own show "Add to Cart" instead of "Already Owned" in the store, even though I'm logged in. That's not good! I'll let you guys know what tech support says if I hear from them about both these issues.
    5 points
  9. If you'd rather see the full words instead of the abbreviations, go to the "Instant Details" section of the Accordance Preferences and select "Full Words."
    4 points
  10. Yes, according to our developers, Usage "is not super straightforward, but related to a rolling percentage of the time spent in Accordance."
    4 points
  11. Great feature request. I know that you know this, but for the sake of others reading this post, the best way (at this point) to see just the headings in a display pane would be to open the associated Notes file, search for the word, specify the reference, then select Show Text As—>Paragraphs from the Action menu.
    4 points
  12. I use the auto-scroll feature a lot on the Mac. It would be great if I could assign a keyboard shortcut to the function. thanks John
    4 points
  13. We've just updated the NIV11 Notes to fix this issue. Use "Check for Content Updates" to download the new version (1.9).
    4 points
  14. Received a response: Hopefully this will help others as well!
    4 points
  15. Hi - I currently have the 6 available volume set for this on Accordance but there are many more available. Wondering if there were any plans to get the full set on Accordance (Amazon seem to have 19 available on Kindle) in the near future? Thanks
    3 points
  16. It is a complex task and discussions to the end of publishing the module are currently ongoing between Accordance and Marty Abegg, who produced the database as a part of our Canadian funded project.
    3 points
  17. If Accordance had a button for every feature, it would look like this, lol. But you can hide your highlighting in any Text by pressing Cmd/Ctrl-T and selecting "Hide Verse Highlighting."
    3 points
  18. Thanks for all your input. Frankly, Joüon & Muraoka is a mess. We've released an update that fixes some of the accent issues, but many remain. I'm continuing to work through it, and would welcome any correction reports anyone wants to send. It may be easier to collect them and send them in a single email to mallison@accordancebible.com, or corrections@accordancebible.com.
    3 points
  19. At 3pm on Wednesday 21 July I am going to be leading an Accordance eAcademy webinar on "Morphological Color Coding in Accordance as an Aid for Greek Reading and Comprehension" Registration is required, but it is free! https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/5026456305435651085 I'll be explaining the benefit of using a color coding system that highlights grammatical and syntactical features in the NA28 text. If you want to see what my coding scheme looks like, you can download the attached highlights file and put it in your Accordance Files > Highlights folder. It will then appear when you activate highlights in Accordance. I'll also be explaining how you can create your own or customize a highlight file. (BTW, the updated highlight file attached provides extra morphological coding. It only works with the NA28 text.) The color coding works in conjunction with any Greek grammar, but it's specifically linked with my Understanding the Greek NT grammar. Accordance has just put it on a 50% sale. Only $9.90 for the module! I'll be happy to answer any of your questions in the session. Mark UnderstandingNTG2.hlt
    3 points
  20. Possible workaround... I deleted both HMT-W4 and BHS-T (both recently updated to version 2.0)from Accordance for iOS and reinstalled them. This installed version 1.8 for both. Both work fine. For now, don't upgrade back to 2.0.
    3 points
  21. Dustin, I upped the limit a bit. See if that works for you.
    3 points
  22. https://thebibletranslator.org/product/deuterocanonical-handbooks-set/ Thanks
    3 points
  23. Running 13.2 in Rosetta might be the workaround at the moment. Select the App hit cmd-i and check the box where it says "Open with Rosetta" or something similar.
    3 points
  24. With the new features in 13.2 of Book names and Section headings — request the ability to control how they are displayed. Allow the user to set the Font, Font Size, Font Color, Style, and point size following and proceeding these items.
    3 points
  25. @Mark Allison is so responsive and quick with this kind of stuff. He continues to impress me 🙂
    3 points
  26. @Enoch and @Fabian, I have removed your warning points. Seems like you carried them long enough.
    3 points
  27. One of the final volumes of the NIVAC came out this year, January 2021. I would love to have the digital version since I have the rest of the OT/NT set.
    3 points
  28. Hi rsb, the BHS-T text is the text of the printed Stuttgartensia, and it’s associated apparatus the HMT-W4 is the upgraded Westminster-Groves Leningradensia text, which does differ in places from the Stuttgart text the BHS-W4 is a previous iteration of the HMT-W4 text and has not been updated for some time. So it will differ from the BhS because it’s not the Stuttgart text, and from BhS-W4 because it does not include the last few years of W-G text updates. does that make any sense at all?
    3 points
  29. Whaddaya know, you're right! Thanks, friend. I knew I should have asked in the general forum first. Perhaps my new request then is that this setting is moved to Preferences > Appearance > Text Appearance next to the "Use European verse notation" option. Just so it's a bit easier to find.
    3 points
  30. I love this function for the full version of Accordance. I use it often as a beginning step to check how different translations deal with a word or phrase. I would like the ability to click on a verse and have all the translations I own stacked for comparison on the IOS version.
    3 points
  31. "Accordance is the best Bible software for running on your laptop. This program is not taxing on your computer’s processor or graphics card. It doesn’t require a lot of memory, and you can run the program on pretty much any computer or laptop, as long it’s up to date." The Best Bible Software for Laptops, Complete With Performance Tips "One of the most important aspects of any Bible reading software is the notes feature, and Accordance is no different … In this post, I’ll show you how to create Accordance notes and walk you through nine tips to give you some inspiration.” 9 Tips to Get the Most Out of Accordance User Notes Thanks to @Fabian for the heads up on these two posts.
    3 points
  32. Thanks for asking! Here is the most recent one, as well as another Webinar outline where I did an overview of Greek Ephesians. Deep Dive_Ephesian Prayers AKJ.pdf Overview of Greek Ephesians AKJ.pdf
    3 points
  33. I'm sure @Abram K-J can send them to you or attach here.
    3 points
  34. The short answer is that the GNT-Textus Receptus is morphologically tagged and the GNT-Textus Receptus with Strong's isn't. Because it was much less expensive to produce, the GNT-Textus Receptus with Strong's is less than half the price, and was offered in some of our less expensive packages. That means if you want to triple-click on a word and open up a Greek lexicon, you can do that in both Texts. But if you want to search for imperative verbs (for example), you can only do that with the GNT-Textus Receptus.
    3 points
  35. When I do an AND or an OR search in Accordance, I can use the Analysis Graph to compare the hits of both my search terms. (The Hits Graph merges them into a single result.) I can choose to overlay or stack them which is nice. The Table or Table Chart simply reports total number of hits without letting me see how many of each separately. What I would like is a Table or Table Chart which gives me the option of sorting out the results. (I.e., rather than using the info from the Hits Graph, use the info from the Analysis Graph so that I can get numbers of hits for each search term.) Thanks!
    3 points
  36. This book would be an excellent addition to the Accordance Hebrew library. No wasted words. Well organized. I'm going to be using this to teach a course, and it beats a whole lot of other texts out there.
    3 points
  37. This short video explains the basics of organizing your library. It’s from the videos page on the Accordance website.
    3 points
  38. After some playing around with macOS Monterey I can say it seems the BIG under the hood changes was made by BIG Sur (and the versions before to go the level of Big Sur). And now by Monterey they only added new features on the solid ground of Big Sur. That means no hassle should be expected.
    3 points
  39. OK I figured it out. Go to Preferences > Search Tabs and uncheck the box that says "Always display search text pane". That unlinks search text and display text. Thanks!
    3 points
  40. Here's the email I just sent to Accordance (order numbers masked). I'll let you know what their reply is.
    3 points
  41. Hello, I was wondering if there would be a way to add the vowel pointing to the OT Peshitta text. The NT Peshitta has the vowels. And that makes it so very much easier to read. The OT is largely inaccessible to me at a practical level, since I don't have the expertise to map out what the vowels should be in Syriac. Even after years of study in Hebrew, I'd find it hard in Hebrew to read without the proper pointings. How much more so is it in Syriac. So, my request is that someone would look into adding the vowel points to the OT Peshitta. Thanks,
    2 points
  42. From the module The Accordance version is 1. available, 2. tagged, 3. available in Accordance, 4. with Interlinear, etc. Benefits over the Logos version. Both have the critical apparatus this is equal.
    2 points
  43. I had much the same issues, Fabian. And, as I worked with tech support, we got to much the same conclusion. However, when I updated to the newest version of BHS it stripped away all the superscript notes (referring to the apparatus). If I didn't update to the newest version of the text, it kept the superscript references. So, I have a workable text now. But I'm living in fear of updating to the newest text. so, if anyone from the tech support folks is reading this, it'd be nice to know, for all our sakes, when it's safe to update to the newest version of BHS. Thanks,
    2 points
  44. Absolutely. Those and the NKJV are high on our to-do list.
    2 points
  45. For the Chinese bibles' section headers are missing, but the Chinese bibles books' headers are there, although not in Chinese. Would it be possible to change the books's header into Chinese? The reference is below. https://springbible.fhl.net/Bible2/cgic201/Doc/abbreviation.html Looking forward to Chinese section headers also. Best Regards, MT
    2 points
  46. I strongly support the suggestion of creating a module for the Robert Alter translation of the OT. We need it. The 1985 JPS translation is already dated.
    2 points
  47. For understanding the character/quality of individual manuscripts the following work has been recommended. Metzger, Bruce M., and Bart D. Ehrman. The Text of the New Testament: Its Transmission, Corruption, and Restoration. 4th ed. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2005. This work does not appear to be available on Accordance. Is there a work that has similar information that is? Thanks!
    2 points
  48. I’m wondering if there is any plan that you can add “Focus on the Bible” commentary to accordance, I think the application of this commentary series is pretty good~ Thank you! God Bless, Paul
    2 points
  49. I am using the app on my samsung phone with Bluetooth keyboard/track pad. Unfortunately there is no support for using the up or down arrow keys or the track pad to scroll. I can grab the page and force it up or down using the track pad but this is very cumbersome. Need scrolling with trackpad and arrow keys
    2 points
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