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  1. Hi, I noticed that when in Josephus Crossrefs, mouse-overs work fine for OT but not for NT passages, e.g. Antiquities 1:203 crossref to Luke 17:28. I suppose that's a bug? Same in Acc 11 as in 12 (12.2.0). And yes, I have NT texts, translated and original installed. Maybe I've got to (re)set prefs for display? Cheers, David
  2. The Index of Dead Sea Scrolls Manuscripts is a great tool to get some quick info on the mss. And with the image links, it is nothing short of amazing! But what about the NT? The CNTTS apparatus has a full list, but its nothing compared to what the DSS index offers. Or what about the LXX? Logos has recently launched there LXX Manuscript Explorer as well as a Hebrew Bible Manuscript Explorer. But I think Accordance could pull this kind of data together easily considering most of the data is already there in various formats (e.g. Gottingen, Cambridge). I'd love to see a robust index with all the relevant data in one place. Something like the DSS index, but more robust - a full index that could be searched etc. Thanks!
  3. I know the NIDNTT and the Comfort NT Commentary have similar information with the NIDNTT having MUCH MUCH more. Which module is actually more useful? Thanks in advance! Jeff
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