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Accordance Crash w/ ACCS and 'Details' click


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When I search for content within the ACCS and then click the 'Details' button Accordance quits. I can reproduce it every time.

 

I'm running:

 

Accordance 7.0.2

OSX 10.4.7

 

Thanks!

 

Jeremy

 

Nevermind... I found the bug.

 

This crash only occurs when I have the the "Analysis Graph" check box check under Preferences - Search Window.

 

Peace,

 

Jeremy

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Thanks for the report. Unfortunately this crashes any Reference tool if you click Details and the Search window Preferences are set to include Analysis Graph. We will release a fix very soon.

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  • 2 weeks later...

Is this the same bug that occurs when I control click on a city name in a map and try to look up the city in the dictionary?

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No, control-click and look up in a dictionary should be working. I cannot reproduce your crash: what Mac OS, and Accordance version, and top English tool are you using?

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No, control-click and look up in a dictionary should be working. I cannot reproduce your crash: what Mac OS, and Accordance version, and top English tool are you using?

 

Mac OS 10.4.7

Accordance 7.02

Thompson Dictionary

 

I can use the dictionary in the NRSV text (Tiberias) but when I try the same lookup in the Atlas (version 2) it crashes. Search All Tools did not crash and the Thompson Dictionary was one of the tools searched.

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Now I am really puzzled since we do not have a Thompson Dictionary. What is the full title of this module? What happens with another dictionary at the top of the pop-up menu?

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Turns out this was the very old Thompson Chain Reference which was an English tool, but he has reinstalled from new CDs, and mine does not crash even with Thompson as the top dictionary, so we may never solve this one.

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Turns out this was the very old Thompson Chain Reference which was an English tool, but he has reinstalled from new CDs, and mine does not crash even with Thompson as the top dictionary, so we may never solve this one.

 

The main point is that Helen spent 30 minutes helping me to get it working properly. Support for Accordance is beyond excellent.

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