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  1. For you original language readers, you might enjoy this post I put together to share the most recent version of an Accordance workspace I have been enjoying. https://brianwdavidson.com/2021/04/11/accordance-as-a-comprehensive-reading-tool/
    7 points
  2. The following work would be nice to have. There is also a work explaining the TC decision made in the process of editing the THGNT coming. That would be really nice to have as well when it is released. Jongkind, Dirk. An Introduction to the Greek New Testament, Produced at Tyndale House, Cambridge. Wheaton, IL: Crossway, 2019.
    6 points
  3. Version 3.3 of Kohlenberger/Mounce is now available with HCSB links updated to CSB.
    6 points
  4. I opened Neusner’s Mishnah looking for the introduction today, but it is a text module so of course the intro isn’t there. Is it in another module or could it be added in some way?
    4 points
  5. Its now in accordance and on offer. Grab another useful resource. https://www.accordancebible.com/product/esv-archaeology-study-bible-the/ I havent carried out a detailed analysis but the maps appear to be the same as in the original esv study bible (And crossway atlas) but the notes have a very different slant. there is a pdf download sample on the crossway web site https://www.crossway.org/bibles/esv-archaeology-study-bible-hccase/
    4 points
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  7. I don't think it's the same person, either. I think it's David Stern who's a professor at Harvard (formerly U Penn) and has written introductions to a few JPS publications. https://nelc.fas.harvard.edu/people/david-stern I also agree that if you have the second version of the Jewish Annotated NT, you don't need to buy the first.
    4 points
  8. To my knowledge there is no way to assert anything about the referent of a pronoun in this way. You have the same issue with apposition too. It would be really helpful in some queries to be able to do this sort of thing. It would make a really good enhancement, though for some cases (apposition) I don't think the anchor is tagged so that complicates matters. Thx D
    3 points
  9. The MT-AFD Glossary module is definitely the place to find them all. The Help files also have a list of Syntactical terms, though they're not defined.
    3 points
  10. Just talked about this with Mark. This title really needs work—preface, intro, hyperlinks, notes, etc. it would probably work better as a tool instead of a text anyway.
    3 points
  11. I like study bibles and wasnt aware of this so thanks for requesting it! Looking forward to spending more time in it. ;o)
    3 points
  12. The Info Pane (along with things like the Atlas and the Timeline) is definitely on the development list, though I can't give you a timeframe for its release.
    3 points
  13. From MacSuperUsers - To start, there are cosmetic differences: Minimize does a little graphic effect and puts a shrunken icon of the window into your Dock (on the right hand side, not with the apps, although this can be changed). Hide makes all of the application's windows simply disappear from view without any changes to the Dock. But the big difference lies in how you make the windows reappear. Minimized windows require a mouse click in the Dock to summon them. Hidden apps will reappear if you Command-Tab to the app, so you can bring back the windows using
    3 points
  14. Hello I would love to have the http://vulsearch.sourceforge.net in Accordance. In Brand-L this text is with Strong numbers. This would be a great addition to Accordance. Thanks Fabian
    3 points
  15. To use report a correction like this with Gmail you'll need to update the default app for the MAILTO: protocol. You can do that in the Settings app. I have mine set to Chrome which will correctly open a tab in my browser with the correction information in it. Thx D
    3 points
  16. I'd be interested in having the Philokalia in Accordance. I think Faber & Faber, or Farrar, Straus, and Giroux (which might now be part of Macmillan) publishes volumes 1-4 in English translation, and another publisher (St George Monastery?) has recently released an English translation of volume 5.
    3 points
  17. Mr. McFeely was fast, but not as fast as Mark! How fast can you sing the "Speedy Delivery" song? Me, not too fast. —Joseph, the not so fast anymore.
    3 points
  18. I am not sure if Technical Support is the best place to post this; please place it where it best fits. Important: If you want to Accordance to work on Crossover, please go to the page https://www.codeweavers.com/compatibility, enter “Accordance,” then click on Accordance 13. Click on the checkbox “Vote for Support” to upvote Accordance in the Crossover system. I have submitted Accordance 13 with two stars (installs but does not run), but it may not be public yet; Crossover shows my entry as position 1 in the queue, so hopefully it will be up soon. If you do not see it, check again
    3 points
  19. Wow! I work for this company, and I'm blown away at the speed of that update!
    3 points
  20. Greetings! I happen to find that Accordance Bible is now for Windows and Android. Praise the Lord! Logos Bible app took forever to bring any Japanese Bible to their system, but you already have two versions of Japanese Bible! I love Windows app but in Android app, I can't search any word in Japanese Bible. I still can use Windows app to search at home, but at a Bible study group, I wish I can search a word in Japanese Bible in Android app to bring a verse to share with the group... this is my wish. Thank you for listening. May God bless you!
    3 points
  21. This has just been added to the development list, and has been given a high priority.
    3 points
  22. Now this raises a bigger issue. Who is deciding if I qualify as normal? 🤣
    3 points
  23. http://accordancefiles2.com/helpfiles/OSX13/Default.htm#topics/05_dd/preparing_the_text-ub.htm%3FTocPath%3DDigging%20Deeper|Importing%20Bibles|_____2 1. a ¶ before the text. 2. <br> for poetry. You can then turn it on and off in the preferences. 3. not really possible. But a long wish from me. I do it currently in <sup> </sup> or <sub> </sub>. So maybe later if we are able to import it I can simply change the tag to what it needs.
    3 points
  24. Hi, i have attached the list of editors and contributors from both editions. The David stern article on Midrash and Parables is in both and is his only contribution. I have upgraded to the second edition and havent noticed a difference in tone between the notes BUT i havent done a detailed comparison of the notes. I havent noticed much difference between the authors of the various books between the two volumes but only did a quick comparison. My main focus has been on the additional articles and i tend to use the notes from the second edition instead of the first purely because its
    3 points
  25. This was a bug in Accordance 13.1.5. Try updating to Accordance 13.1.6
    3 points
  26. Hello I would love to see an Atlas update. I would love to see where the Church fathers lived. I would love to see where the dominant areas was were for example the Donatism, Arianism, etc. was. I would love to see where the Councils, Synods etc. was. Thanks
    3 points
  27. By the way, we're going to vastly expand access to hundreds of videos we have on the new website, soon. These will include Lighting the Lamp and other videos, as well.
    3 points
  28. An update (version 1.3) is available now that resolves this issue in Proverbs.
    2 points
  29. Hi ya, The long awaited "The Cambridge Greek Lexicon" has a shown up on Amazon in the UK and US for pre-order, albeit being delivered 2 months earlier in the UK (end of March 2021), though that should really be no surprise. End of May for US. https://www.amazon.co.uk/The-Cambridge-Intermediate-Greek-Lexicon/dp/0521826802/ref=sr_1_10?dchild=1&keywords=Greek+linguistics&qid=1600954960&s=books&sr=1-10 https://www.amazon.com/dp/0521826802/ref=as_sl_pc_tf_til?tag=-20&linkCode=w00&linkId=&creativeASIN=0521826802 CUP has this posted as available from April
    2 points
  30. Actually I just realized another fault with the above. Try this instead: Thx D
    2 points
  31. It would have been nice if Accordance had been transparent about this disparity up front when releasing Accordance 13. I upgraded to 13 because there was a sale and we were told that Dark Mode was "coming soon" to Windows. I assumed that I would have Dark Mode in a few months, not a few years. Next time just announce the new feature for Mac and don't advertise it as "coming soon" if you have no idea how long it's going to take you to develop it for Windows. I would have just stayed with Accordance 12 if I had known it was going to take this long. I upgraded for dark mode and we're still waitin
    2 points
  32. I often overlook study bibles because I think they will be too generalist or too far in the 'application' direction but I bought the Archaeological one on basis of the recommendation above (and the excellent sale price) and I have to admit I am really impressed with it
    2 points
  33. There are some limitations to the literal search (even in the current version of Accordance). The version 13.2 update is not far off, and will feature massive improvements in this area. And if you're looking to upgrade, the v. 13 Starter Collection is only $59.90, and that's without any discount offers. https://www.accordancebible.com/product/basic-starter-collection-accordance-13/ You can also see the special "Your Price" for an upgrade, by logging into your account when accessing the Basic 13 Starter product page. It should be $24.51 to upgrade to 13.
    2 points
  34. I found out. Delete the module and reinstall it. Problem solved.
    2 points
  35. + 1. Yes, please. This would be most helpful.
    2 points
  36. Probably this has already been submitted... but does exist any project to improve the Jewish literature package? I would like very much to have the midrash also in Accordance. Thank you Pierbattista
    2 points
  37. As shown below, even I have put my cursor close to the border of ה, it is still not part of the selection. This often cause my text selection and copy to miss a letter. Is there any way to improve this? Thanks! MacOS 11.2.3 Acc 13.1.6
    2 points
  38. So, I was thinking of two things that would make papers even better on iOS 1. Format options like Texts, Tools, & Notes (set a background color, zoom level, etc.) 2. Being able to edit papers on iOS
    2 points
  39. I had some trouble today getting Accordance to recognize an HTML file as UTF-8, even though I'd copied the required tag from the documentation and pasted it into my file. It turns out there's an error in the tag in the documentation. When I corrected the error in my file, the file was recognized as UTF-8. According to the documentation for Accordance 13 on macOS, the tag should be <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset-UTF-8"> The error is that "charset-UTF-8" should be "charset=UTF-8". It won't work if there is a hyphen in place of the equals sign
    2 points
  40. I don't remember if I have already written this in the current post (I've mentioned it elsewhere), but I would love to see the new revision of the Bible en français courant (the Nouvelle français courant). It is the most recent French version of the Bible and the revision was done by several dozen specialists. I've been using it for the last 1-2 months and have found it to be excellent. It's also a good complement to the French Bibles currently available in Accordance which are all based on the Louis Segond 1910 version—which means that there isn't a whole lot of diversity in the translations.
    2 points
  41. We chose this particular solution for the EGGNT because it makes the content inside the charts and diagrams searchable. If they were images, that wouldn't be the case.
    2 points
  42. Can you improve the Accordance (Windows) to make scrolling as smooth as the Mac version? This has been an important issue for years.
    2 points
  43. Thanks, I was wondering. Full unicode support would be great.
    2 points
  44. Worked perfectly! Thanks!
    2 points
  45. So an update (version 2.7) has just been released, and I've realized that this example of improper stress marks (and many others) were missed. I apologize for that, and am in the process of making sure that they are all fixed in the next update, which will be released asap.
    2 points
  46. Delivered out of Empire (Paper) Pivotal Moments in the Book of Exodus, Part 1 by walter Brueggemann published by wjk https://www.wjkbooks.com/Products/0664265383/delivered-out-of-empire.aspx This has just been published and looks interesting
    2 points
  47. Would Accordance consider adding the World English Bible (WEB) British Edition? It's public domain. I ask because it translates the tetragrammaton as "Lord" instead of "Yahweh" among other changes. https://ebible.org/find/show.php?id=engwebpb
    2 points
  48. Before the website was re-designed, when comparing collections while logged in, there was a checkbox to filter out modules you already owned, so you could easily see what new modules you'd be getting by upgrading to a certain collection. That appears to be gone now 😕 I have a fairly large library, so trying to sort that all out manually would take ages. Am I missing something?
    2 points
  49. It would also be nice to have the audio with reconstructed Koiné Greek. Here is the way Randall Buth conceives it. https://www.biblicallanguagecenter.com/koine-greek-pronunciation/ Here are audio samples. https://www.biblicallanguagecenter.com/greek-mp3-samples/
    2 points
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