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#1 Abram K-J

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Posted 01 April 2014 - 01:58 PM

Note the unpopulated parts of the contents browser in the LXXG Psalms and Odes module, though there are titles listed in the text/body of the tool itself. I was going to go through and report these through "Report a Correction," but there are a number of them throughout the Prolegomena.

 

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Posted 01 April 2014 - 05:26 PM

(This is the apparatus specifically, I meant to say, although the screencap shows that. Confirmed as also being an issue in iOS, iPad mini.)


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Posted 02 April 2014 - 08:22 AM

We've just released version 1.1 of the LXXG Psalms and Odes module which should fix the browser issue.

 

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Posted 02 April 2014 - 12:25 PM

Thanks, Mark--yes, it looks much better and is easier to navigate now. Thanks for such a quick fix.

 

There are still a few rendering issues:

  • § 8.1 should read 1. A′’ (in the Tool Browser). It's rendering as 1. AÆ’

  • § 9.5: The Greek διαψαλμα is not rendering properly (or even as Greek) in the Tool Browser

  • Superscripts (throughout the Browser) don't show as superscripts, as in §5.10. Textmischung in LaR, which should have instead LaRThere are quite a few of these

  • § 1.3:  Übersetzungen "’s in andere Sprachen should instead of "’s have 605cff2d58ee1208ca97d2ac0aa6059f.png’s (with a Gothic G, or at least "G")

I believe the second issue may be a limitation with respect to Accordance itself--noted also here.

 

If the above seems picky, it's only because I've come to expect "research grade" quality/high standards from Accordance texts, and I actually do use the Tool Browser quite a bit to get around and find my place in a tool. The kinds of rendering issues like the ones above make that more difficult.

 

Are rendering issues like the above a possible locus for future updates in the program/app?


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Posted 02 April 2014 - 12:56 PM

Thanks, Mark--yes, it looks much better and is easier to navigate now. Thanks for such a quick fix.
 
There are still a few rendering issues:


  • § 8.1 should read 1. A′’ [/size](in the Tool Browser). It's rendering as 1. AÆ’

  • § 9.5: The Greek διαψαλμα is not rendering properly (or even as Greek) in the Tool Browser

  • Superscripts (throughout the Browser) don't show as superscripts, as in §5.10. Textmischung in LaR, which should have instead LaRThere are quite a few of these

  • § 1.3:  Übersetzungen "’s in andere Sprachen should instead of "’s have 605cff2d58ee1208ca97d2ac0aa6059f.png’s (with a Gothic G, or at least "G")
I believe the second issue may be a limitation with respect to Accordance itself--noted also here.
 
If the above seems picky, it's only because I've come to expect "research grade" quality/high standards from Accordance texts, and I actually do use the Tool Browser quite a bit to get around and find my place in a tool. The kinds of rendering issues like the ones above make that more difficult.
 
Are rendering issues like the above a possible locus for future updates in the program/app?

Better support for multiple languages / fonts in the Browser is planned. This is the reason for all of those issues. But we'll check them out too.

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Posted 02 April 2014 - 04:08 PM

Okay--thanks.


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