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  1. farcas

    Literal Search

    The Literal Search is amazing! Obviously. But two things would be a huge boost: 1) Commands, symbols etc. as with grammatical searches. Or at least a way to mix and match them (e.g. on lex next to a word search as a literal search). Maybe a symbol instead of switching between the two searches...? 'בראשׁית' in a literary search "ב ראשׁית" in a grammatical search Or maybe there other way around. 2) It appears that when I search for ש (shin/sin without any distinguishing mark), the Literal Search only finds a שׁ (Shin). It would be nice to search for the ambiguous Shin/Sin. Thanks!
  2. Timothy Jenney

    #87) Linking Commands

    Accordance's three linking commands, [LINK], [HITS], and [CONTENTS] temporarily “link” Accordance windows (zones or tabs) together, allowing searches in the source window to affect other windows. These powerful commands allow simultaneous searches, searches within searches, and cascading searches in multiple windows. Join Dr. J ask he reviews these three commands, providing practical applications for each.
  3. Hi, I have highlighted user Bible text, and I want to find all instances where just several words from the verse are highlighted, not the whole verse. Could you please tell my what search syntax should I use to find only individual word or words highlighted in the Bible text? Something like this: [sTYLE Underline Red] But it must be followed by something to exclude the whole verses highlighted with the "Underline Red" highlighter. How should it look like?…
  4. Timothy Jenney

    #89) [INFER] and Search Back

    The latest podcast completes the update of our series on Search Commands. Explore intertextuality with [iNFER] and Search Back!
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