So let me see if I understand.
Accordance has an application that can convert from Unicode to Yehudit encoding, but this is not available to end users.
End users cannot directly encode bibles in Yehudit since this encoding is not publicly documented (though I bet with some effort the encoding could be reverse engineered).
Even if the Yehudit encoding were documented or reverse engineered, a Yehudit-encoded bible cannot be imported into Accordance.
Presumably all of these same issues apply to imported user tools, not just user bibles?
So the only way users can "author" Hebrew content in Yehudit is manually, via the Accordance-supplied editor?
Which means, there is no way to import (as opposed to manually enter) correct-looking Hebrew text into Accordance, be it a user bible or a user tool, since this cannot be done with Yehudit and all Unicode fonts are not rendered properly by Accordance?
Edited by bdenckla, 11 November 2013 - 04:45 PM.