Version 7 user tool
Posted 26 May 2006 - 07:20 AM
Posted 31 May 2006 - 04:32 PM
I waited until Accordance 7.0.1 came out - but the offset is still there. It doesn't cause too much concern - just click in the right place and the icon appears a line above. To get rid of the T - click on the line below.
I noticed another anomaly too - for example with text like "heavens and the earth" - if I double click "heavens" and sweep the cursor along the line I highlight everything as expected. BUT if I double click on the word "earth" and sweep back along the line, I only highlight "heavens and the" - that is I lose a word!
It seems as if the cursor programming is not quite right - I am using system 10.4.6 - maybe the problem isn't there with an earlier OS.
The Reverend John Lincoln
Retired Church of Scotland Minister
Parish of Altnaharra and Farr (Presbytery of Sutherland)
Parishes of Balquhidder linked with Killin and Ardeonaig (Presbytery of Stirling)
Posted 22 June 2006 - 02:06 PM
Running Accordance on:
Mac 10.11 (El Capitan)
iOS 9 (iPad & iPhone)
[Vista Home Premium before 3/20/2016]
Posted 22 June 2006 - 04:16 PM
Posted 27 June 2006 - 10:37 AM
The red T is offset because of the new margins, and will be corrected in the next rev. It still works but is disconcerting. The selection anomaly is peculiar to Accordance, I think, and may be related to the way it can handle text that is left to right or right to left.
I have noticed another annoying phenomenon too. When I have the User Tool Edit Window open to a subsection of a user tool that has a T at the top of the window, I cannot remove the T by clicking in the margin under the T. Instead I have to return to the User Tool Viewer, scroll up above the section with the T, place the cursor in that section to reopen the edit window, scroll down ward to the position of the T and then *sometimes* I can remove the T by clicking in the margin. If there is a T in the paragraph at the top of the edit window, it is impossible to scroll that window above the T paragraph.
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