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#1 gplawhorn

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Posted 26 September 2013 - 01:44 PM

I was organizing my library this morning, and found that I would like to have more flexibility in arranging modules. For instance, "Burton's NT Greek Moods & Tenses" is in the "General Tools" category, but would make more sense (to me, at least) in the "Greek Tools" category. 

 

I realize that at this point there isn't a way to reassign categories for this purpose, but it would be nice to be able to arrange one's library according to preference and usage.

 

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#2 Rick Bennett

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Posted 26 September 2013 - 02:15 PM

This is a recurring request, and part of it has to do with the potential ambiguity on defining Greek Tools. In Accordance, English, Greek and Hebrew Tools are defined as those arranged in English, Greek or Hebrew alphabetic order. This distinction is used throughout the app to group resources in zones, amplify from texts to tools, etc. So, it isn't as easy as allowing one to drag it from one category to another. 

 

My recommendation is to create a subfolder in General Tools for "Greek Resources" or grammars, etc. This allows you to be more specific than just saying General, yet doesn't alter the inherent structure in Accordance.

 

I hope this helps…


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#3 Joel Brown

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Posted 26 September 2013 - 02:34 PM

Another option is to put all resources (of any category) together in a User Group, which can then easily be found, searched, and reorganized.  So, you could have a "Greek Studies" group that contains NA28-T, BDAG, and Burton's Greek all together.


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