I have a desktop and two laptops as well and a fairly slow Internet connection, so I've been pushed out of necessity to try and find a solution as well. I have successfully (anecdotally) been able to manually copy the files from one machine to another. This will get the modules and your preferences:
/Users/accountName/Library/Application Support/Accordance/ <<< Your modules are in here
To note, this can be fraught with some peril and I would do so at your own risk and with a good backup, but generally has worked ok for me. You need to make sure to not copy the Library Cache in one of the folders or be sure to delete it after you copy it or Accordance will fail to launch correctly on the target machine. You could probably do this with Finder or with a number of terminal commands. I happen to use rsync. My actual bash script follows (obviously you need to replace accountName and targetHost with your own variants):
rsync -avzE /Users/accountName/Library/Application\ Support/Accordance/ targetHost:"/Users/accountName/Library/Application\ Support/Accordance/"
rsync -avzE --exclude="Library Cache" /Users/accountName/Library/Preferences/Accordance\ Preferences/ targetHost:"/Users/accountName/Library/Preferences/Accordance\ Preferences/"
Again, no warranties!!
There may be risks here that I'm completely unaware of.
Edited by Rich, 29 August 2017 - 11:08 AM.
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