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  1. Fabian

    Compare List tab tie

    Hello I would love to see the Bible refs as links to the Bible which the Compare list is come from or To tie the tabs so it scrolls with the opened Bibles. With the ability to hold down the cmd button and to click on the references. Greetings Fabian
  2. When in split pane view, while scrolling in one pane the other pane is always lagging behind. I would appreciate the ability to lock the two scrolling panes to scroll together (synchronized) at the same time please.
  3. We've given a slightly different different look to our latest podcast, using some character photos to represent our users. Tell us what you think!
  4. Is there a possibility to compare different texts from, e.g., BHS or LXX and let Accordance highlight shared vocabulary? For example, I am currently working on Judith and noticed that the book shares significant imagery with Nahum. Instead of scrutinizing both texts myself looking for common words and expressions, I would love to just let Accordance do the work for me... As far as I have been able to tell, the 'compare' function only works for different renderings of the same text, not texts from different books or chapters. Am I overlooking something? I would appreciate any help you can provide! Greetings from Utrecht, Anne-Mareike
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