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Hello I use Accordance frequently to present to classes. Sometimes different displays work best with different color options, especially when a class is being recorded on video. For example, a black background with light or white text works great in that scenario. Unfortunately, selecting text with the cursor in this situation is problematic due to the default settings for selections in MacOS. Even if I select a black highlight option in System Preferences, it makes it a lighter grey, which makes selected light-colored text difficult to read. In light of this, it would be great to have an option to set the background and foreground color of selected texts. It could be set to default in most situations, but being able to modify these options would be very helpful. Thanks Jimmy
Whenever you are using a custom theme or font, when Mac OS goes to Dark Mode, Accordance leaves the custom theme with light background. The other default themes like (Athens, etc) swap over no problem. The opposite is true too. If you change your custom theme to have a black background, when you switch back to light mode it retains the dark background. Maybe we need an option for a light custom theme and a dark custom theme that Accordance will automatically utilize if you have customs enabled.
Is it possible to use the Analysis feature to find themes? For example, the book of Philippians is known for joy. What I'm wondering is if I can look at word frequencies and such to help determining the theme of a book or passage. If it is possible I would appreciate an example to follow.
I encountered a complete crash (immediate shutdown) of Accordance today while changing/customizing themes on the BHS and LXX from the library pane, using the "Set Default Display." It happened after making roughly 3 changes per text, exiting the "Set Display" pane, and reentering to make one final change on the BHS. After restarting Accordance, I attempted the same changes (which had been lost) and Accordance shut down again. Restarting to make a third attempt allowed me to complete the changes without a crash. This the first crash of this kind that I have encountered. When I have some time to experiment I will try reproducing the crash again. Running Acc 10.0.2 on 2009 MBP 13" with 8GB RAM.