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  1. Since updating to the latest version of Accordance, when I paste from Accordance (a tool or some module) into a paper it changes the zoom level of everything but the box I just pasted into. The dropdown where I can control the zoom doesn't change. It took a couple times for me to realize what was happening. I have pasted from Fresh Illustrations, Thayer, & MGD. In the screen shot the outlined portion was just pasted into and retains the original zoom level, it seems.
  2. Currently, if you paste Greek or Hebrew into a search box, without first selecting Greek or Hebrew from the dropdown thingy, it coverts your Greek or Hebrew into gibberish. I assume conversion into gibberish is a not a feature, but a bug, given that I can't imagine anyone ever wishing to search for gibberish in response to pasting in a real Greek or Hebrew word. Please fix it so that words don't get converted to gibberish. Perhaps if you paste Greek, it should simply convert to a greek search?
  3. Afternoon, I could be showing massive ignorance of Hebrew (I haven't touched it much since 2000) but wanted to find out if I am doing something wrong ... so I needed to ask. I am working with Joel 2.21-27 for my Thanksgiving Service sermon. When I went to paste it into Scrivener (version 2.7) the text seemed to be flipped upside down. Of course I know that Hebrew reads right to left but I do not remember it reading bottom to top. I used the Copy as Citation. I attempted this with the HMT-W4 as well as the BST. The modules are up to date as is Accordance. I have attached screen shots- one of the resulting paste & one of my citation prefs. Thanks! HMT Copy as Citation & Paste.tiff Citation prefs.tiff
  4. Is there a way to copy and paste a dynamic interlinear view into a word processing application? Accordance allows interlinears to be presented/configured on the screen in multiple different ways, but how do you copy and paste an on screen view (whether a traditional interlinear or other configuration) into a Word, Mellel or other Word processing application? Accordance seems to only allow the source Text to be highlighted and selected for copying, but not the interlinear Tag, Lemma, Gloss, Translation, etc., that you can see on screen. I have been unable to find help specifically addressing this issue anywhere on the Accordance site. If the functionality exists, I am sure there would be plenty of others interested to know and an article or podcast would be useful. If the functionality is not in Accordance, please consider adding this to the next version/update.
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