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Guntis posted a topic in Bug Swatters - MacWhen I edit user notes text and insert some custom Bible links, like "Ap.d. 2:3" as a link to "Acts 2:3", then select all text, copy it and paste as a new user note for another verse, all custom links are gone, links become just a blue underlined text without any links to any Bible verse. Could you please fix this bug?
Nick Gilliam posted a topic in Technical SupportThe hyperlinks for G/K and Strongs numbers do not appear for any entry (as far as I know). Has anyone had this problem and know how to correct it? Mounce Greek Dictionary v3.7
Sean R. posted a topic in Feature RequestsI'd not bumped up against this limitation until this evening. In the process of creating a User Tool with notes from a study, I wanted to set a non-biblical text as the default and/or alternate text for textual links in the tool. Specifically, the Apostolic Fathers (AFL-E or AFL-T). Evidently this isn't possible as only biblical texts are available from the pull-down menu in the Set Tool Display preference panel. Here's my request: 1. The ability to specify a non-biblical text for the default hyperlink in a User Tool. This would be especially helpful for someone studying one of the many non-biblical texts available in Accordance. 2. If the above is possible and reasonable to implement, the ability to specify a biblical text as the default and a non-biblical text as the alternate (or vice versa). In other words, the ability to specify texts from two difference corpuses for the default and alternate hypertexts. This is actually what I originally was hoping to be able to do this evening. Thanks!
I would like to be able to set a link in my user notes to one of the reference tools (Maclarens Expositions). However, when I try to make a link, it simply links back to the text that it's already attached to. Is this something that I should be able to do? If so, how? Edited to add: I am trying to use the method described in the help files (Digging Deeper > Creating Your Own Modules > User Tools > Create Links in User Tools, #3). Right clicking in the argument field copies the following as the link: [Maclaren’s Expositions, Reference, ps 37:4] as described. However, the link that is created in my user notes takes me to the verse in a text, not the tool.