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#1 Enoch



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Posted 24 January 2014 - 01:53 PM

 I wish that the change from pi to paragraph sign exhibited above would cease when I copy & paste Greek from Accordance.  For some reason ἀpό is changed to ἀπό.


I don't know if the above will come out right after it is posted here.  This word processor system is perverting my post.  As I now see it the is a Greek pi in the first apo & a paragraph sign in the second.  When I posted pi on another subforum and it showed the paragraph sign, it came out as I posted it, but when I tried it here, the word processor changed what I posted.  I am trying again not knowing what will result.

Edited by Enoch, 24 January 2014 - 01:56 PM.

#2 Darin Franklin

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Posted 07 February 2014 - 10:28 PM

I noticed this too when I paste into certain apps, including TextEdit and Safari.  With some other apps, it pastes correctly, like Pages and Firefox.


I have Accordance 10.3.4. Mac OS X 10.9.1


I type the whole alphabet into a user note, save it, and copy.  In Preferences, I use "Export all characters with Unicode format". The whole alphabet pastes into TextEdit with Lucida Grande font, except for the lower case pi, which is Helena, and that shows as a paragraph symbol.  A similar problem happens with delta and omega in the capital letters.  When I change all the text to Lucida Grande in TextEdit or do Paste and Match Style, then the letters are correct.


See the screen shot of TextEdit.

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