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First letter in word not highlighting when using Shift to highlight all hits in a search for first word of a verse


Tom Hogan
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I’ve noticed lately that when I highlight all hits in a search by holding down the shift key and clicking the desired highlight, it works properly unless the word is the first word in a verse. If that is the case, it highlights all of the word except the first letter. See the attached example based on a search of Thus says the LORD. Note how it highlights properly for phrases that aren’t at the beginning of a verse. This works the same whether you search for a single word or multiple words. Thanks in advance for any help you’re able to provide.

 

I’m using Accordance 13.3.2.


Sincerely,
Tom

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Hi Tom,

 

I could easily confirm this. By following your instructions, I got the same results. This is a bug. I will file a report with the programming team to be corrected in a future update. Thank you for bringing this to our attention.

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My pleasure! Thanks for your help.


Blessings!
Tom

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Hi Tom,

 

You can 'Check for App Update' in the Accordance menu inside the 13.3.2 app. This will make the Accordance 13.3.3 update available which contains the fix.

 

Thanks.

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Using 13.3.3 on Win 11.

I'll jump in here... I had the previous problem as well, but now I have a new one.

I searched for all question marks (semi-colon) in the NA28 using: .;

I created a highlight style.

I went to apply it to all hits, but it highlights the space after the semi-colon, not the semi-colon itself. And if the question is in the middle of a verse, it highlights the first letter of the next word, not the semi-colon.

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