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Library search crashes 12.3.1 on Mojave

Christopher Smith

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I’m running 12.3.1 on Mojave 10.14.1, and each time I try to type into the search bar of the Library panel, Accordance completely disappears.


I tried to search for “Wycliffe” there, and a dialog appeared saying that Accordance needed to control Finder. I made the mistake of denying permission, and the crashes began. I returned to System Preferences and gave Accordance permission for Finder, but Accordance still crashes the moment I type a single letter in the Library panel’s search bar.


I have not yet rebooted my computer, but Accordance has been quit properly (not just crashed). Even after a proper quitting of Accordance, and reopening it, the Library search crashes on the first character typed.

While a reboot may solve the issue, perhaps some warning needs to be provided for Mojave users so they don't accidentally create this issue.
Christopher Smith
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Reboot did not cure the issue.


 Accordance Crash Log

29/11/18, 01:51:21
Program Version: 12.3.1 (12.3.1)
OS Version: 10.14.1
Message: Access violation
Address:   $0000000103005C5D
0   acord                               0x0000000103005c5d acord + 5774429
1   acord                               0x0000000103006128 acord + 5775656
2   acord                               0x00000001030063b2 acord + 5776306
3   acord                               0x000000010301178d acord + 5822349
4   acord                               0x00000001030120ab acord + 5824683
5   acord                               0x0000000103011f36 acord + 5824310
6   acord                               0x0000000103012695 acord + 5826197
7   acord                               0x0000000103013c69 acord + 5831785
8   acord                               0x000000010301e749 acord + 5875529
9   acord                               0x0000000102ba1bf1 acord + 1170417
10  acord                               0x0000000102b1c7a6 acord + 624550
11  AppKit                              0x00007fff319802cf -[NSApplication(NSResponder) sendAction:to:from:] + 312
12  acord                               0x0000000102afcbb7 acord + 494519
13  AppKit                              0x00007fff319eb4b2 -[NSControl sendAction:to:] + 86
14  AppKit                              0x00007fff31e25ce7 -[NSSearchField sendAction:to:] + 71
15  AppKit                              0x00007fff319eb3e4 __26-[NSCell _sendActionFrom:]_block_invoke + 136
16  AppKit                              0x00007fff319eb2e6 -[NSCell _sendActionFrom:] + 178
0x0000000002a84000 /Applications/Accordance.app/Contents/MacOS/acord
0x000000010381d000 /Applications/Accordance.app/Contents/Frameworks/ZipArchive.framework/Versions/A/ZipArchive
0x000000010386d000 /Applications/Accordance.app/Contents/Frameworks/Sparkle.framework/Versions/A/Sparkle
0x00000001038f2000 /Applications/Accordance.app/Contents/Frameworks/ObjectiveDropboxOfficial.framework/Versions/A/ObjectiveDropboxOfficial
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Thanks for the bug report.  This will be fixed in when we release 12.3.2.  I think you should be able to workaround it in the meantime by closing Accordance, going in finder and deleting the file "Library/Application Support/Accordance/Modules/Texts/QURAN-D.atext".  Then when you restart Accordance, hold "Option" and select "Clear Library Cache" from the Safe mode options menu that pop-up.  

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