You don't show the Hebrew 14:1. If you look at it you will see that the verse title is combined with the first verse of content, so all the content is there when the Hebrew text is the search text. The problem is that in English a verse 0 is added and the title is split off. This will only show up when the English is the search text.
There are many other places where users report that text is missing. The answer is always to make the text in which text seems to be missing, the search text. Then you can see if verses are really missing, or whether the other text actually has it combined with another verse, or is omitting it, or has renumbered it.
Good point--so in the above scenario, I miss both Psalm 13:6 and "14:0" (the inscription) in the English NIV. This becomes even more acute when I am scrolling through the Hebrew Text on my iPad and my only second pane has the NIV, but only up through 13:5 (where the NIV goes through verse 6), and also omitting the title to Psalm 14.
I understand about changing the search text--that does make all the NIV verses show, but it seems like a reasonable workflow expectation to be able start from the Hebrew and also be able to view the English in parallel with all that the English version has.
I thought Accordance already knew how to handle versification differences? This seems to be set up nicely with the LXX, for example, where versification differs, either from the Hebrew text or between LXX versions.
I'm guessing you'll say it's a challenge for programming (or it would have probably been done already), but is there a way a future update could make an adjustment in the case of "missing verses"?
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