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  1. I recently had to do a backup and restore operation on my iPhone. (It was a requirement for getting my phone unlocked so I could change provider.) I had forgotten that this results in the loss of my installed Accordance modules, notes, etc on the device. I've now re-installed a set of data that I think resembles what I want on the phone, through a sync operation. That's fine for notes and tools. But I'm sure the particular set of texts and modules I selected isn’t exactly what I had on it before, and what I had before I had developed by trial and error over several months. Is there a way of getting the iPhone Accordance content back to exactly what I had before the phone restore? e.g. would there be some files in my TM backup on my mac that would achieve this? Thanks.
  2. Consistent and reproducible on my iMac running OS X 10.10.1 and Accordance 11.0.2 and 11.0.3: 1. Open workspace on secondary desktop, enter full screen 2. Quitting and restarting Accordance results in no visible Accordance UI (no menu bar, no workspace window), though the app does respond to keyboard commands, and you can make things reappear by exiting full-screen mode via ctrl-cmd-f. This behavior does not occur when the workspace was full-screen on the primary desktop (it restores full-screen, as expected). Thanks!
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