Posted 05 November 2013 - 03:29 PM
Charles, this is interesting. First, with the export setting set to unicode, I can paste to Pages fine. However, with unicode unchecked, I ought to be able to paste into Pages and have the text in the Accordance native Yehudit font. I just tried with Genesis 1:1, using a document that already had text in it, and I got the same gibberish that I assume you got. When I selected the text, and tried to change the font to Yehudit, it did not work because Yehudit is not listed in Pages! My font list goes from Wingdings 3 to Zapfino. And yet, I can see the Greek font Helena from Accordance in the list.
I had the same issue as you in that I can paste the text into Keynote without issue--although I noted that Yehudit is not in the font list there either.
Interestingly, Word still has Yehudit in its font list. Of course, using Word with Hebrew can be a bit trickier as I assume you know.
It seems to be odd behavior in the new iWork apps more than an Accordance issue, but I don't know for certain. You can export your Hebrew by simply setting your export to Unicode. This should work just fine for you.
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