I've found a workaround in Windows to enter Hebrew Unicode characters in my User Notes and Construct Searches.
Unicode Hebrew keyboards work for all unshifted characters. So I thought that a custom keyboard using normal unshifted characters would work.
I downloaded the free program Microsoft Keyboard Layout at http://www.microsoft...s.aspx?id=22339
I found the Windows: How to Change Keyboard Layout video at http://www.youtube.c...h?v=l5h5ixlRIAA very helpful.
I opened Microsoft Keyboard Layout, File > Load an Existing Keyboard > Hebrew (QWERT), and changed the keyboard to my liking, following Ezra SIL Unicode 2.4 except for its shifted characters (final consonants, etc.).
It works great. I set the Windows language bar to Hebrew and my custom Unicode keyboard, and I can word process in Accordance like in any other Windows program.
I thought this would be more relevant in Original Languages than in Windows Wisdom, for those who do most of their work in the original languages.
Accordance 10.4.3.2 for Windows
Windows 8.1 Pro, Dell Inspiron 17r-5721 with Intel Core i7 3537U CPU, x64
Edited by Michel Gilbert, 06 October 2014 - 04:36 PM.