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  1. I would like to see German, Latin, and French dictionaries and grammars in Accordance. That would really be helpful, to carry those around everywhere on my iPad so I could constantly refer to them.
  2. I'm about to start my PhD program in the fall in Hebrew/OT. I recently studied German to pass a German proficiency exam to get into the program. Could Accordance ever get some grammars and dictionaries of the research languages? Like Wheelock's Latin, (I know there's a Latin dictionary already), and maybe "Reading German Quickly," Helmut Ziefle's German textbooks, or whatever other grammars/dictionaries might be possible.
  3. Bret Hicks

    Grammars in the Info Pane

    I love the new info pane, and it has caused me to really restructure my work flow. However, I have not been able to get grammars to show up in the pane. For example, I placed Robertson's Greek Grammar in the library under commentaries but it does not show up when I am trying various verses. This would be really helpful to have, especially because a grammar like Robertson (or BDF, or Waltke-O'Connor for Hebrew) reference so many verses. It would be great to see any comments they may have that reference a particular verse. Is this possible to do (and I am just missing it), or is there a way these could be added as an additional functionality to the info pane? If it would need to be anew capability, I would recommend having it as a separate section within the Info Pane. Thanks for all you do at Accordance to help us study the Word! In Christ, Bret Hicks
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