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Scholar's Demo and Workspace Customization

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#1 Helen Brown

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Posted 21 January 2010 - 02:11 PM

This week we posted two new podcasts, and both are also posted to our YouTube channel. The first is a nice lesson in setting up a workspace just the way you want it. The second is a completely new demo of the Scholar's Collections, both the features of Accordance for scholars, and the texts and tools of especial relevance to original language studies. The new demo is also featured on the Video Demos page of the website. There you can view or download it at a variety of sizes and at best quality.

Please pass it on to your friends.

Thanks to Dr. J. and to Joel for their brilliant work on these videos.
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#2 R. Mansfield

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Posted 29 January 2010 - 03:20 PM

Just watched the Scholars demo last night. Fantastic--it reminds me why I love Accordance so much.

I have to ask--the screens flew by--so, was that video showing realtime manipulation of Accordance or was it slightly sped up for effect?

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#3 Joel Brown

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Posted 29 January 2010 - 03:44 PM

The only thing that was sped up was the small video near the end showing the slideshow, map and timeline, just to time it a little better. All of the searches, response, motion, typing, etc. was all real-time. Even the search-all was real time.
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