These might already be in here, but I live in a 3rd world country with slow internet so I don't have time to browse the forum to check for them.
1. Full Screen Mode.... which would allow multiple modules to be open at the same time (as opposed to current Reading Mode). I'd like to have the ESV Bible and the Study Bible Notes open at the same time in full screen.
2. View all highlights. I had to contact support to find out that I search for STYLE* to show all my highlights. Is that hard to do? No. Is it intuitive or easy to figure out via the menus? No. It would be nice to have something quick in the menus like there is with the User Notes.
3. User Notes. Again, it works, but it's not smooth.... it's not intuitive. Have to save each time or click the text to move the User Note window to the back is easy to do, but it's not a smooth workflow. Also, I can't take User Notes in Reading Mode.
4. User Notes to be more specific than simply tied to the verse. I'd like to be able to make a note about a specific part of a verse.... like halfway through a verse I see something and make a quick note about it.
I don't only use Accordance as a research tool, but also for my daily study of the Word. As a research tool it's great, but as a devotional tool it suffers in the realm of User Interface. It would be awesome to be able to open my Bible and Study Bible in full screen mode, make quick user notes in a simple automatically saving pop-up window that is specific to where I click my cursor and not to the verse as a whole. I'd like to be able to highlight whatever I want to without the warning popping up if I include the verse number. and when I want to look back at past notes and highlights, I'd like to be able to simply click a button that displays either or both of them.... so I see my notes and the corresponding highlights.
Most of what I'm talking about is User Interface. Accordance is an awesome tool; fixing and polishing the UI would take it to the next level. Right now Accordance is known for it's vast library and nativeness to the Mac.... what if an awesome UI was added to that mix?!