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I'm having trouble getting TAD-T and TAD-E to parallel each other. When I click on the "add parallel" button for TAD-T, it doesn't give me the option to parallel it with TAD-E. It seems like the trouble is that TAD-E is is not categorized as a text like TAD-T, but is a reference tool. Any suggestions?

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I can't comment on the reasons that TAD-E was developed as a reference tool rather than text, but you are correct in your theory. However, why not just add it from the Reference tool part of 'Add Parallel'? Works just fine!

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Indeed it does! Thanks much!

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TAD-E was too complex to be made into a text module. Tools have more flexibility with the multiple fields, included footnotes, etc.

 

However, the trick with all Reference tools that belong to a different corpus than the Bible is that Accordance doesn't know which corpus they do belong to until they have been opened once. This applies to the AF-T Notes, DSS Index, and many other modules. Once they have been opened from the Library, they will appear in the list of Parallel: Reference Tools and can be opened in parallel with the texts for that corpus.

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