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#1 menkor



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Posted 26 October 2013 - 11:20 AM

Hello, from a new member. I have a standard screen set when I open Accordance: NRSV window on the top half of the screen; EBC and NIV windows, side by side, on the bottom half. I just upgraded to version 10, and see that I have an icon for the daily reading. If I click on it, it opens another window with the reading from the KJV. I would like to open the readings in my standard screen set, using the NRSV.  Is there any way to change the default for the icon, to do a search for the reading in my standard screen set? If not, is there a file that has the readings used by the icon, that I could open using the standard screen set? Thanks and Blessings. Russ

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Posted 26 October 2013 - 03:23 PM

Hey, Russ —


First of all, welcome to Accordance.


I don't use a devotional, but I think the way to get the Bible version you want is to put it at the top of your English versions in your Library window.  


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For you it would be the NRSV.


Second, in your Tools Display, choose the NRSV as your text.


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Any new Accordance Workspace you open should now open in the NRSV, and your Instant Details window will also display the NRSV for Bible hyperlinks.

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Posted 26 October 2013 - 08:01 PM

That did it - thank you, very much!





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