Posted 16 November 2006 - 10:24 AM
Lo and behold, when I fired up Accordance, the foreign-language fonts no longer appeared, and I got the error message that they needed to be installed.
So, what's the easiest way to install the fonts?
Or, more completely, as they may not be the only things to have gone haywire, is there a way to reinstall Accordance in such a way that I keep my preferences, highlighting palette, and other stuff intact?
By the way, I've got the 6.9.1 CD-ROM, but the 7.0.1 upgrade (I haven't gone any further "up" than that).
Posted 16 November 2006 - 12:00 PM
If you can find the Accordance files folder from your user/Documents, and the Accordance Preferences folder from your user/Library/Preferences, and restore them to these places in your user Home, you will have all your old settings and preferences, and user filers. Otherwise Accordance should recreate the Preferences from the ones in the Accordance folder, which will show all your modules but not the other settings.
This is a timely reminder to everyone to BACKUP the entire Accordance folder if possible, and definitely the files and preferences mentioned above.
Posted 16 November 2006 - 08:52 PM
Worked just fine! I moved the files you suggested to the desktop, and then, after installation, restored them to their previous locations before starting up Accordance.
Everything was where/what I expected.
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