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Greetings. I'm brand new to Accordance (and Logos too) and loving it so far! But one of the reasons I was excited about Accordance was the "copy as citation" feature that allows copying a citation into a document, simultaneously making a footnote. Of note, I'm using MacOS 10.13.6 and Word for Mac 16.23. Here's what I've done: Enabled my citation options in "preferences" Checked "insert citation as footnote" under the bibliography tab in preferences Copied the text I want to insert using "copy as citation" (CTRL-Command-C on Mac) Pasted the text into word (tried pasting regularly and formatted). I get the citation copied into the main body as it should, but no footnote. I've tried everything I could think of, but it's not working. I am not getting a footnote in Word (or in Scrivener). This does work in Logos but it's pretty clunky there and takes a bunch of extra steps. Copy as bibliography also isn't creating the footnote. Looking at that seems like an older reference here, this seems like it should be doable (copied a screenshot below of the old Accordance page): Is this a bug? Anything I'm missing? Thanks and God Bless!
Certain hyperlinks to footnotes crash Accordance for iOS in Ross Hebrew. Certain image icons also refuse to open anything, i.e. in the 'alphabet writing' practice section. Both are reproducible.