The obvious thing to try fails, that being to search for και in two tabs, one for each version. Then open a third tab and do a [CONTENTS TAB1] <NOT> [CONTENTS TAB2]. This because the verse you are looking for contains a second και attested in both versions.
But there is a way to narrow down where to look for the needle. If you search for και in each text in separate tabs, you can then open Book/Chapter stats (using the Analysis icon) as a Table. Do this for each text. Then scroll down looking for the book where the count is off by one. Turns out it's James. Then tweak your query to add [RANGE James] format the stats tab to include chapter detail. Click on the little gear wheel icon on the Table pane. This will show you which chapter. It will show you James 2 is the one. Then open a parallel pane on one of the texts with the range more restricted, to James 2, and click the compare checkbox. Then scroll through looking.
Not the most elegant and it would be a real pain if you have to find a lot of differences like this.
But in answer to your real question, I know of no way to do this with a simple search string even in multiple tabs. I'll have a poke about but I don't know of anything off the top of my head. I would be interested to hear other suggestions.
I just had a look at Ken's. I could have used List Text Differences, though didn't think of it, but you would still have to wander through the list which for the whole text looking for an extra και would be a pain. Though I could have used it in a late stage of my process to simplify my life but there is a lot of noise created by other differences. You really want to be able to do a query on the difference output. (That's an ability I would like in Accordance. I usually export such data and post process it in a script.) Actually Book/Chapter stats having a Verse level would be great here too.
Edited by Daniel Semler, Yesterday, 07:39 PM.
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