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  1. Hi all, I am really enjoying getting familiar with Accordance after 20+ years using BW. I use Accordance in my teaching, and--overall--I have found the learning curve to be not too steep for most things, and I'm starting to learn some more advanced features. So, thank you all. I use the SBL Hebrew keyboard (SIL layout) (https://www.sbl-site.org/educational/BiblicalFonts_SBLHebrew.aspx) for typing Hebrew for publications, handouts, etc. I would love for that keyboard to be an option for use in Accordance. In the screenshot, you can see that the Israeli keyboard layout is an option for Hebrew input, but I have found that for scholars in English-speaking countries, the SBL keyboard seems to be more intuitive and useful. My experience with the default Accordance (Yehudit?) keyboard is that it is not at all intuitive for letters outside those with clear phonetic links to English. For example, using 'o' for ayin/ע makes no real sense. Given that the keyboard is openly available from the website I linked above, I hope that it could be included as an option for those of us who search frequently in Hebrew. שׁלום and thanks!
  2. If you're attending ISBL this week in Seoul, please come see us at our table in the Exhibit Hall and ask about conference specials!
  3. Tony Pyles

    Macro for changing fonts

    Hi All, I thought I had cracked a way to create a macro in Word using Find/Replace All to change any Unicode Greek and Hebrew to a font of my choosing. It works, but only mostly. I'll paste my steps below. The problem seems to be with characters that use combining diacritics, both in Greek and in Hebrew. E.g., for any Hebrew character with a dagesh, the dagesh doesn't get changed but everything around it does, with the result that a vowel under such a character gets bumped out and given a hollow circle (I'll post a screenshot). Similarly, some (but not all!) Greek letters with breathing marks don't get changed. Any suggestions on how to fix this? It happens both with Hebrew/Greek Unicode pasted from Accordance and with Hebrew/Greek Unicode that I type out. Thanks in advance, Tony Edit: here's that screenshot:
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