I don't know if it's a bug or if it was an unexpected use case, but, for the longest time, I've been using two workspaces for my daily study.
On my iMac, I have my main tools and texts tied to my preferred study text. Next to that primary workspace, I have another monitor with a secondary workspace and numerous additional tools that are also tied to to my preferred study text on the primary workspace.
If I leave this setup when I quit, or, if I access it from autosaved sessions, everything is fine.
However, if I close this setup and open it again, I lose all of the ties on my secondary workspace to the preferred text on my primary workspace.
This becomes a little tedious re-"tying" all the tools on the secondary window whenever I re-open.
What makes this problem arise so frequently is that I have made a primary/secondary for OT and another for NT, since most of my tools are split that way. Since Accordance crashes when I try to open both the OT primary/secondary and the NT primary/secondary, I can't keep them all available all the time.
I had been thinking about getting yet another monitor for keeping even more tools readily viewable in a tertiary workspace, but I'm worried that I'll discover that Accordance crashes when I try to load a third workspace with ties. I've never succeeded getting three workspaces up in this fashion with so many ties.
Is any of this a technical limitation for Accordance or is it just an unforeseen use case? Maybe it's just my setup?
My primary workspace for OT has 17 tools and 2 texts following my preferred text.
My secondary workspace for OT has 8 more tools.
The primary workspace for NT has 23 tools and 2 texts following my preferred text.
My secondary workspace for NT is identical to the OT, but because dual ties didn't function, I gave up and just duplicated the workspace.