Wanting to make sure I'm not missing something with User Tools. The help page for html import says no special markup is required as Accordance will automatically recognize references, but I'm finding that it's pretty spotty. Namely, the following:
<html> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; "> <title>My Bible reading plan</title> </head> <body> <h2>Introduction</h2> <div align="center"> This is only a test. Had this been an actual reading plan, it would have been much cooler.<br /> </div><br /> <div align="left"> <b>Day 1</b>: Genesis 1:1-2:10; Psalm 1:1-2:5; Matthew 1:1-3:4; Acts 1:1-4:1<br /> <b>Day 2</b>: Genesis 1:1-2:10; Psalm 1:1-2:5; Matthew 1:1-3:4; Acts 1:1-4:1<br /> </div><br /> </body> </html>
Scripture references are straightforward enough but the import tool is assuming any number after the hyphen is a verse; it doesn't take into account the possibility that we're going from a chapter:verse to a chapter:verse. Thus when I import, I get the following:
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Whatever pattern matching is being used to import html, it needs to be expanded a bit, unless I am missing something.
Is there a way to specifically tag Scripture references in the html or some other workaround for this so that automatically exported html files can be ready for import into Accordance without users having to do any extra formatting work?