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  1. Hooray.... but in the words of Engelbert Humperdinck, "Please release me".
    6 points
  2. This resource is currently under development 🙂
    5 points
  3. This issue is fixed on the next update. We don't know when it will be released.
    4 points
  4. Don't miss Brian Davidson's review of The Etymological Dictionary of Greek, newly released for the Accordance Bible Software Library. Then add it to your personal Accordance Library for only $75 for a limited time!
    4 points
  5. Try this search: +συν [RANGE rom-phlm] The plus sign means you are search for any word whose root includes συν. You will get more hits since this will include words like ἀσύνετος or ἐπισυναγωγή or μεταξύ that you may not want, but you don't have to worry with the variety of different spellings.
    3 points
  6. I will report this to the programming team.
    3 points
  7. With the Andersen-Forbes Hebrew text, you can search Noun > PrCity, PrLand, PrMountain, PrRiver, PrOtherGeog. A.D.
    3 points
  8. I do feel that at a certain point screen real estate starts to dictate how much content you can reasonably view. With my fading eyesight two panes is enough for even the largest phablet. A do like the L app's implementation of a carousel. I regularly have a number of books open that I can easily switch to. It feel more intuitive and in line with what I would do with dead tree books Also as an Android phone user I would like to see it gain a few more features so at least be close to parity with iOS versions.
    3 points
  9. Thanks Paul for nailing this down. I've submitted a high priority bug report to our developers.
    3 points
  10. Just as a parallel example, this search looks for hireq yodh or hireq waw nouns, monosyllabic,
    3 points
  11. 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.
    3 points
  12. This is fixed. Look for an update tomorrow.
    3 points
  13. Re-upping this. This is the single best thing that would improve the way I interact with Accordance on a day-to-day basis. Please add this function.
    2 points
  14. Hi @Dr. Dan Langston, I might be mistaken, but I don't think there is. I was checking both general preferences and the actual info pane preferences, but there does not seem to be anything like that. I like your idea though and agree that would be helpful. Maybe you can mention it in "Feature Request." Take care, Kristin
    2 points
  15. Any hope for change here? Either linked tabs for websites or support for USFM/USX?
    2 points
  16. Open the Characters palette from the Window menu. Personally, I have added the Characters palette to the Toolbar so that it's always just a click away.
    2 points
  17. Did you miss our September 2021 Accordance eAcademy this week with sessions from Russell T. Fuller, Tim “Dr. J” Jenney, and David Lang? Well, you can still get in on all the great content with the videos that have just been uploaded!
    2 points
  18. Unless I'm just not doing it right, I don't see the Hebrew letter name headings in Psalm 119 (e.g., Aleph, Beth, etc.) in several English translations in the new headings feature. Is this a bug or a feature I need to request? Thanks!
    2 points
  19. It's definitely our issue and will hopefully be corrected in a future update.
    2 points
  20. Hi. This is not quite a bug, but an improvement that is not at all critical. I've noticed on a bigger screen the icon is lower-resolution than others, and has jagged edges. It looks out of place. Cheers, Sam.
    2 points
  21. 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.
    2 points
  22. Just a reminder: The September 2021 Accordance eAcademy 2021 begins TODAY at 1 PM EDT. Registration is still open!
    2 points
  23. Some thoughts on the subject here. I suspect that Accordance has limited human and financial resources and they are likely focused on the more functional aspects right now. I wonder if some of you that have expertise in this area could come up with some logos and other visual items that Accordance could use if they are interested?
    2 points
  24. Agreed, my working style is text with study bible or other text and sometimes atlas but typically commentaries and other tools are opened on their own. Tabs or carousel or some other way of switching texts would be great and could work on either tablet or phone. but i could see myself having the info pane or translator notes open along the bottom as in the full fat version but eyesight is definitely the limiting factor! ;o)
    2 points
  25. This is the entry for ερχομαι ἔρχομαι [v.] ‘to come’, also ‘to go, travel’ (Il.). ◅IE *h1ergh-, *h1er- ‘move, go’▻ •var Only present stem. •comp Very often with prefix ἀπ-, εἰσ-, ἐξ-, κατ-, etc. •etym One has compared OIr. eirg [ipv.] ‘go!’, regaid [fut.] ‘he will go’, and Skt. r̥ghāyáti ‘tremble, rage’, and within Greek as an iterative ▸ ὀρχέομαι ‘dance’. Alternatively, one has connected it with Skt. r̥ccháti ‘to reach, arrive at’, Hitt. arške/a-zi [iter.] ‘to reach repeatedly, make incursions’. This presupposes that ἔρχομαι continues PIE *h1r-sk-e/o-, which seems quite possible; thus Rix MSS 27 (1970): 79–110. Unrelated to ὀρ- in ▸ ὄρνυμι, which requires *h3er-. •ref MSS So the comp prefixes are available in some cases. The ID for comp indicates that only the most common or etymologically relevant are shown. I don't know precisely how one should interpret that though because I am unclear when the compound originated. Was it in IE or was it developed afterward either in Greek or ProtoGreek or somewhere/when else. As there is also an entry for εἰς it is unclear to me what the compound here indicates. That said it might be a useful enhancement to the indexing of the module to be able to search ENTRY plus the COMP fields and thus be able to find compounds by the pieces where they exist. Also the variants I guess. Well I'm apparently behind the curve because this works. The indexes would be nice but you can do this until then : Thx D
    2 points
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  27. @ScottDF and @Λύχνις Δαν, I think I figured it out, and I think I need to report a correction to Accordance... At Mt 9:27 it lists P64-67. If you hover over P64 it says, "late 2nd c, fragmentary papyrus ms. of Matthew" which is correct. Then if you hover over the 67 it says, "10th c., a reinked Gospel ms., located in the Oxford Bodleian Library". However, that is linking to "Minuscule 67" NOT "Papyrus 67". If you go look at P67 it says, "late 2nd c, fragmentary papyrus ms. of Matthew,... most likely from the same ms. as P64, classified as a strict text, Aland category I text". So the P64-67 should be linking to P64-P67. and not P64-M67. This is a problem with all instances of P64-67.
    2 points
  28. 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.
    2 points
  29. 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!
    2 points
  30. If you want hireq yodh replace the second ? with a y and place a . followed by a hireq between the yodh and the first ?
    2 points
  31. Peter, is this what you are looking for?
    2 points
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  34. Accordance would benefit from offering this terrific source from Zondervan. There's nothing like it on the market (!) and it would work well in a digital format.
    1 point
  35. Bill, It is not just a Windows issue. I am on MacOS BigSur and experiencing the same issue.
    1 point
  36. I'm using Windows 10 Home (Version 10.0.19042 Build 19042) on my laptop. My desktop also uses Windows 10 and has the same issue. I am using Accordance 13.3.0. Thank you for looking into this!
    1 point
  37. With only 2 panes is a little hard on iPad pro. Can we get 4-6 panes.
    1 point
  38. I see this too with the Logitech Folio Touch case. It's not just the Magic Keyboard.
    1 point
  39. They are also all described together in the front matter which is worth the read I haven't yet given it. Thx D
    1 point
  40. The moment the link is provided, will purchase the upgrade.
    1 point
  41. Dieudonne, if you are using a Magic Keyboard. Try lifting it off. It works without a physical keyboard!
    1 point
  42. Interesting. I tried that and it worked.
    1 point
  43. Thank's, Jordan. Accordance responsiveness to their customers is the best !
    1 point
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  45. • "Christian Theology, Third Edition" by Millard Erickson • Baker Academic • I find this and Grudem's to be the two most helpful systematic theologies today, and it was great to be able to obtain Grudem's Second Edition last week. I have the Accordance version of Erickson's "Introducing Christian Doctrine, Second Edition," but this is an outdated edition, plus it contains less than half the content of "Christian Theology." Please consider releasing the latest edition of "Christian Theology," as it would be a great addition to your excellent collection of theological works. Paul Bautts
    1 point
  46. On macOS, I find the new Accordance logo placed beside the Apple Photos logo does create a nice colorful pair on the dock. —Joseph
    1 point
  47. Hi Kristin, You want the key and the not "voice" to apply to the same word so join the terms with @ not <NOT>. So : [KEY G5456]@-voice Thx D
    1 point
  48. 😂 Back to original poster: it's fair to think of Accordance as BEING a concordance, not just HAVING a concordance. Everything a concordance can do, Accordance does. It might be helpful to explain what information you're trying to get, and then people could give better suggestions on how that would work in Accordance.
    1 point
  49. PMed details to Mike... Yes, I have sideloaded APK files with it. In fact, I've installed Google Play Store on the Amazon device. So, I could have originally installed Accordance from there. But now I can't update the app from there since it was installed from the Amazon appstore. I've installed many Accordance resources, so I didn't want to have to delete everything and start over from Google Play. You should consider putting Accordance in other app "stores," like F-Droid and Aptoide. Those store apps have to be sideloaded themselves, but they keep their apps updated without manual downloading and sideloading. But more importantly, to ensure access without third parties, you should simply make the Accordance APKs available on the Accordance downloads web page.
    1 point
  50. For those interested, I have just uploaded a brief blog post that includes some information about Subject and Verb searching in the Hebrew syntax databases: http://ancienthebrewgrammar.wordpress.com/2011/05/01/searching-for-hebrew-word-order/
    1 point
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