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#1 Jonathan Boyd

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Posted 24 October 2013 - 09:08 AM

Since updating to Mavericks, I can no longer open new parallel text panes. Opening texts from the library sidebar, or the new tab button works fine, but if I try to use the 'Add Parallel' button, one of three things happens:

  • An error saying 'The file "%&" is no longer available to Accordance.'
  • A new parallel text opens, but it is Greek NT Tagged, instead of the text I wanted.
  • The correct parallel opens in a few cases.

If I have a parallel text pane open and try to change it from the drop-down menu then it works for some texts and for others I get an error: 'The file "error" is no longer available to Accordance.'

 

Strangely, tabs that I created before upgrading seem to allow me to change parallel texts without any problems, though I get the same problems when I try to add new ones.

 

 

I'm running Accordance 10.2.4 MAS on Mac OS X 10.9 on an iMac 3.1 GHz i% with 16 GB RAM.

 

I don't know if it's related or not, but the Console has the following errors:

24/10/2013 14:59:13.000 kernel[0]: Sandbox: acordmas(1624) deny file-read-data /Library/Preferences/com.apple.QuickTime.plist
24/10/2013 14:59:13.000 kernel[0]: *** kernel exceeded 500 log message per second limit  -  remaining messages this second discarded ***
24/10/2013 14:59:14.637 acordmas[1624]: CoreText CopyFontsForRequest received mig IPC error (FFFFFECC) from font server
 
The first and last messages are repeated many times.

Edited by Jonathan Boyd, 24 October 2013 - 09:14 AM.


#2 Mike Garrity

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Posted 24 October 2013 - 11:58 AM

Jonathan,

 

Thank you for the report, I will try to reproduce the issue in Mavericks.

 

 

Sorry for the troubles,

Mike






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