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#1 Julie Falling

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Posted Yesterday, 12:48 PM

Is there any way to really duplicate this in Accordance?


Here's a screenshot of the first page.


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Here is my attempt to approximate the resource in Accordance.


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The problem, of course, is that the apparatus zones don't scroll with the panes above.  I can't see how I can make a zone scroll with a pane.  Is it possible?


Do I just need to buy a print book?

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#2 Anthony Sepulveda

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Posted Yesterday, 12:57 PM

Or it could be a neat feature that can be added to a future release...

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Posted Yesterday, 02:16 PM

Or it could be a neat feature that can be added to a future release...



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Posted Yesterday, 06:54 PM

I had a poke around and duplicated your result Julie. The problem seems to be that there is no way to LINK to the verses in the parallel. I agree this would be a nice enhancement for uses like this.


The only work-around I can see for now would be essentially recreating the parallel as a UT and links, but a) that's a lot of work, and B) I suspect it wouldn't quite work. In the middle of Lego Mindstorms at present so haven't tried it.



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Posted Today, 12:25 AM

Another option might be to allow a single tool pane in each parallel column. All of these require programming.


However, remember that mousing over the sigla will show you the apparatus so you do not absolutely need to open the apparatus for each gospel in a separate tab or pane. You could also have a single apparatus tab that you amplify to with a click on any of the sigla.

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Posted Today, 01:04 AM

Your main wish is for the appropriate apparatus windows/panes to show up. What I've always wanted was an actual Synopsis, where the line breaks from SQE or another are coded in, making it an actual functional synopsis (unlike the Parallel tools).

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