Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'cross-references'.

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


  • Official
    • Accordance Announcements
    • Tips for Users
  • Accordance Discussions
    • General Accordance Topics
    • Technical Support
    • Bug Swatters - Mac
    • Bug Swatters - Windows
    • Accordance for iOS
    • Accordance for Android
    • Original Languages
    • Syntax Modules
    • Feature Requests
    • Module Requests
    • Webinars & eAcademy
    • Preaching and Teaching with Accordance
    • Podcasts
    • Obsolete Discussions
  • Spanish Forums/Foros en español
    • Temas generales relacionados con Accordance
    • Ayuda y resolución de problemas
  • General
    • Mainly Macintosh
    • Windows Wisdom
    • Forum Comments, Suggestions & Help
    • Greek in a Year

Find results in...

Find results that contain...

Date Created

  • Start


Last Updated

  • Start


Filter by number of...

Found 2 results

  1. I couldn't think of a better title, probably due to my lack of geekery. But to explain what I'm after ... I use notes a lot, and I frequently include cross-references to other scripture passages in what I write. Very often, I want to be able to add a matching cross-reference in the other direction, on the fly. e.g. this morning I was reading Gen 3, and noted a thematic connection between Gen 3:22 and Rev 22:2. Yes, I could quickly create a hyperlink to Rev 22:2 within my note to Gen 3:22. But the only way I could also add a link to Gen 3:22 in a note to Rev 22:2 was to get out of the note edit window > back to my text window / tab (or open a new one) > search to Rev 22 > edit user note > switch back to my original Gen 3 tab ... etc. It would have been hugely more efficient if I had say a context menu command (or keyboard shortcut) that would instantly create a reciprocal hyperlink in a note to Rev 22:2, without me needing to exit my Gen 3:22 note edit window. I imagine this proposed feature would require the further feature of making hyperlinks within user note edit windows 'live' (which in itself would also be good).
  2. Interested in finding parallels, quotes, and allusions in the Bible? This podcast is for you!
  • Create New...