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  1. Could you please tell me if NAC Psalms 1–72 and NAC Psalms 73–150 are in the process of being made available to Accordance? I just bought the NAC-42 set and am wondering what the plans are to add the final books. Psalms I and II are published and Ephesians is forthcoming. Thank you!
  2. I am not sure if this is the right forum, but I have a product question. I really like material put out by the JPS, and Accordance seems to have material by them on the Torah and the Prophets. There does not seem to be anything by the JPS on the Psalms. Is that correct? If what I said is not correct, can someone please show me the link to the product in Accordance? If this is correct, does anyone know of a commentary Accordance has available on the Psalms from a Jewish perspective? Thank you for any help anyone is able to provide. Kristin
  3. Sbjernegard

    Allen Ross - Psalms

    I want to recommend Allen Ross's 3 volumes on the Psalms. They are extremely helpful for pastors and scholars alike. Are there any plans to get these in Accordance? https://www.amazon.com/Commentary-Psalms-Kregel-Exegetical-Library/dp/082542562X https://www.amazon.com/Commentary-Psalms-Kregel-Exegetical-Library/dp/0825425638/ref=pd_bxgy_img_2/142-6776436-6336907?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=0825425638&pd_rd_r=7ca04717-3d1f-11e9-9b21-9156a1fa947a&pd_rd_w=o9ztD&pd_rd_wg=TONo3&pf_rd_p=6725dbd6-9917-451d-beba-16af7874e407&pf_rd_r=4ZYHR0W22C5B91BNAJ2Y&psc=1&refRID=4ZYHR0W22C5B91BNAJ2Y https://www.amazon.com/Commentary-Psalms-90-150-Exegetical-Library/dp/0825426669/ref=pd_bxgy_img_3/142-6776436-6336907?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=0825426669&pd_rd_r=7ca04717-3d1f-11e9-9b21-9156a1fa947a&pd_rd_w=o9ztD&pd_rd_wg=TONo3&pf_rd_p=6725dbd6-9917-451d-beba-16af7874e407&pf_rd_r=4ZYHR0W22C5B91BNAJ2Y&psc=1&refRID=4ZYHR0W22C5B91BNAJ2Y
  4. I am wondering why spacing in various versions is so different in the Psalms. For example (see attachments), NIV84 has no built-in line breaks. NIV11 has line breaks, but no paragraph breaks. ESV has both line breaks and paragraph breaks. (“Set Text Display…” settings are all the same—paragraphs with space.) I find this simultaneously fascinating yet confusing because I have print copies of all of the above, and all of them have both line breaks and paragraph breaks. Why do the NIVs (plural) not reflect their print editions? I know I can change the display settings of the NIV84 so it has line breaks (or at least verse breaks), but is there anything that can be done (whether on my end or yours) to fix the differences? Thank you!
  5. Module request: Psalms (Baker Commentary on the Old Testament Wisdom and Psalms) (Vol. 1-3) by John Goldingay.
  6. Tony Pyles

    New* WBC volumes

    I know it was mentioned in the course of this thread, but I don't know of a topic in the Feature/Module request forum, so here goes… I'd love to see the missing volumes in Word Biblical Commentary in Accordance! I know there are difficulties with the rights transitioning to Zondervan, a new revised edition of Joshua coming late this year, the last Job volume not in an e-edition, yet, etc. On the other hand, the revised Psalms 1–50 volume is a decade old (and has some very helpful "catch-up" material from Tate), and the volume on Judges is only two years younger. Surely there are electronic versions of these out there somewhere? I was quite happy to pick up the set in the recent sale knowing that some volumes would only come along later, and likely at an update price. But please know that they are eagerly anticipated when they come! Thanks for your work, Tony
  7. I bought Brenton's translation of the LXX yesterday and noticed that there are problems with the Psalms. I just wanted to see if anyone else has the same anomalies: Psalm 9 only has 20 verses in the ESV. In Brenton, it has 38 verses incorporating Psalm 10. I think that is where the problems begin. I pulled up Psalm 23 and it shows as Psalm 22 in Brenton: Psa. 22:0 A Psalm of David: 1 The Lord tends me as a shepherd, and I shall want nothing. 2 In a place of green grass, there he has made me dwell: he has nourished me by the water of rest.... Psalm 103 shows up as Psalm 102. There is no numbering of Psalms after Psalm 144. I sent a correction report to Oak Tree.
  8. Thankful for the work you all have done to offer the OT dictionaries from within this series. Any chance the dictionary on the wisdom literature is in the works? Would love to have that available!
  9. Be great to get this wondeful three volume commentary of the Psalms by Goldingay on Accordance. The link to the amazon page is http://www.amazon.com/Psalms-Baker-Commentary-Testament-Wisdom/dp/0801036070/ref=sr_1_fkmr1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1390292056&sr=8-2-fkmr1&keywords=goldingay+bach Thanks for all the hard work!
  10. I just noticed that, when I have English translations in parallel with BHS as my primary text, the superscriptions in the Psalms aren't displaying in English. When I open a parallel window with the English as the primary text they are there. Is there a display toggle to get those back with Hebrew as my main text or is that just how the program works it out? Thanks for all your work on a killer app!
  11. I reported a single instance via "Report a Correction," but this is more systemic. In text modules with a verse number of zero that contain notes (e.g., Psalm 5:0 in NET and NASB 1995), Instant Details does not work. Moving the cursor over the note symbol (or letter or number as the case may be) does not show Notes content from the corresponding Notes tool pertinent to the text. Moving the cursor over note markers in non-zero verses yields the expected behavior. Clicking the note symbol in the zero verse will open a tab in the Notes tool with the attendant note. The same behavior occurs in Accordance for iOS. I discovered this anomaly while reading Psalms in the NET Bible as part of my morning reading using an iPad2. Click and hold does not bring up the Instant Details box. To read the note, one must open the relevant Notes tool in the split screen. This is a minor annoyance, but clearly a bug.
  12. I am working on a project in which I need to locate the middle word in each psalm. To do this by hand I would need to count the total number of (Hebrew) words in a psalm and divide by two. For example, in Psalm 1 there are 69 Hebrew words. The word(s) in the middle are the 34th and 35th words of the psalm (יִתֵּן בְּעִתּוֹ). Is there a way to use Accordance to locate the middle words so I do not have to do this by hand? I am a new user (finally fully migrated!) and would appreciate some help. Thanks, Jim
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