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  1. Thanks Paul for nailing this down. I've submitted a high priority bug report to our developers.
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  2. I'm excited to see the new release of Photouseum 3, but don't see a way to upgrade rather than purchasing it new. Is there a link I'm missing? Thanks.
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  3. Hi, Is it possible to make the Accordance widget (iOS) to show a random Hebrew (or a Greek) verse a day? Of course, click it will open Accordance and locate the verse in BHS. Thanks!
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  4. Just as a parallel example, this search looks for hireq yodh or hireq waw nouns, monosyllabic,
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  5. Peter, is this what you are looking for?
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  6. Just curious if the most recent NIV Study Bible Notes are on the horizon?
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  8. Accordance 13.3.0 does not work directly as a fresh install on Windows 11 beta Workaround is to install Accordance 12.3.7 (further down on the downloads page) Version 12.3.7 is stable but does not upgrade to 13.3.0 via the normal "app update" process Installing version 13.3.0 download on top of 12.3.7 did create a stable and usable product (although missing certain features already described by others) -at least this is my experience
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  9. I would be very surprised to learn that the basic scripts don't work. "Lite" is not a separate download, it's the same application. Some features are disabled, but I can't imagine they disabled the Apple Event api's. If you could get them to test with this one line script. They could launch Script Editor and paste this in and run it: tell application "Accordance" to display dialog («event AccdTxRf» {"ESVS", "John 11:35", true}) They may need to change ESVS to another module short name.
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  10. Yes, υ̅υ̅(2) is missing from P1. It happens that Wikipedia has a photo of this page, in which you can see that the upper right corner of the page is missing. It’s torn right after the word δαυιδ, and then the second line starts with αβρααμ. Also, you can see this page has no accents. Regarding Mt 9:27, 33 is not listed on the first group because it has a lacuna. It is listed with code 98, partial lacunae, and then were shown what is missing or has to read. This time, parts of the verse have been replaced with ellipses, and instant details tells us these represent “the rest of the text within the reading.” So that’s where παραγοντι is hiding. You are correct about Mt 9:27 and 038. As for the και at the beginning of the verse, since there are no variants, the apparatus is telling us that it is present in all the manuscripts that do not have lacunae.
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  11. Thanks Rick, you are quite right. I wasn’t logged in at the time. That’s a very generous discount. Already purchased.
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  12. Perhaps @Tech Support can help.
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  13. They are also all described together in the front matter which is worth the read I haven't yet given it. Thx D
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  14. Thanx for this @jlm. I had been wondering with Kristin's question how the variation unit itself was demarcated. I knew there had to be a way. Thx D
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  15. On variation unit 1:1-1.0, you are correct @Kristin. The Greek words in the apparatus are written without accents because older manuscripts are generally written without accents. So if the apparatus were to include accents, it would be suggesting that the manuscripts indicate a particular accent when they actually give no information. Variation unit 1:1-0.0 is a different kind of variation unit, namely L, which stands for "Lacunae, this variation unit appears at the beginning of each verse and shows all manuscripts that are partially extant or not extant for this verse or passage." In this context, "the same as the Greek Bible" just means that they include text for the verse. That text may differ from the UBS3, and in fact it does differ (in insignificant ways) for all of the Greek manuscripts, as the other variation units for this verse indicate. The verse is written out in full for two manuscripts because these have partial lacunae (variation code 98), and the clearest way to show exactly what is missing is to write out the whole verse as it would be expected to read in that manuscript, and put the missing parts in brackets. "υιου(2)" is the second occurence of the word υιου found in the UBS3 text of the verse. The corresponding place in manuscript 579 is illegible. The distinction between υιου(1) and υιου(2) is important in the variation units that follow, since the units are considering one word at a time: the numbers are the only way to distinguish which υιου the apparatus is talking about. With the CNNTS apparatus, you have to use instant details a lot to see what all the codes mean. Otherwise, it's almost impossible to understand what the apparatus is saying.
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  16. Sorry, I got off topic. This original post was about a lexicon LINK issue. The Tagging and Instant Details problems have been solved, but we're still working on the LINK issue.
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  17. The moment the link is provided, will purchase the upgrade.
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  18. Magic Keyboard is vital for me. I will hold on upgrading to iOS 15 hoping an emergency fix is on the way.
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  19. Dieudonne, if you are using a Magic Keyboard. Try lifting it off. It works without a physical keyboard!
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  20. Interesting. I tried that and it worked.
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  21. Just found out that it works perfectly handheld, but not with Apple’s ‘Magic Keyboard’!!!
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  22. Oh yea, I suppose that's a good way to do it. By the way, I say all this as someone who think Accordance highlighting is top notch. Thanks for the feedback. Curtis
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  23. My pleasure Robert - always happy to help. I love fiddling with the wildcard searching so if there's any others I can set up I'd love to have a go for anyone.
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  24. If you want hireq yodh replace the second ? with a y and place a . followed by a hireq between the yodh and the first ?
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  25. This is fixed. Look for an update tomorrow.
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  27. Both works from Brill will be be given support on iOS in an upcoming update. It will be sooner rather than later; and I assume this year, but I'm not a programmer. I don't know if it will be in the very next update or not.
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  28. While I can appreciate the concern, for my part, it does not matter at all if the appearance is dated. That is not why I use Accordance, nor does it affect my ability I use it. A.D.
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  29. Hi, Chris, Actually none of those things ever occurred to me, and I'm happy with the graphics and design and aesthetics as they are. But probably I am a minority in the general population.
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  30. Hello all, I just came across this mention of the English translation of H. Siebenthal's Greek Grammar, over at Evangelical Textual Criticism: http://evangelicaltextualcriticism.blogspot.com/2019/12/a-new-grammar-of-ancient-greek-for-nt.html I haven't seen it, but as something that could be used as an updated equivalent of Blass-Debrunner-Funk's A Greek Grammar of the New Testament and Other Early Christian Literature, incorporating "traditional and more recent research in the study of Ancient Greek and linguistic communication", it sounds very worthwhile. The presentation states that it is a "user-friendly… tool" that can be "of service to beginning students and more experienced exegetes alike". Does anyone have any experience with this? Might there be interest? I for one would be a taker!
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