One of the reasons i like seeing the various web recordings
Its also interesting to see what others have in their library!!!!!
haha ya. i pay close attention to how they set up their accordance when i'm watching the videos to see if there's a better way to organize my library and stuff.
As to how long it takes to open, my mbp is nearly 10 years old, on its 3rd battery and second wifi and hard drive. It takes 14 seconds to start up accordance with my basic prepare a service workspace (nrsv and original language only) and 10 seconds to change to the workspace shown above. As i typically only preach once or twice a month now and i do the majority of my preparation on my ipad, this is totally acceptable to me as my cafetière is never out of reach and waiting for the chip to do its stuff enables me to savour my coffee and let my brain percolate for a bit.
14 seconds on a 10 year old mbp still seems pretty fast to me!
and while we're sharing screenshots, here's my "bibleworks" translation comparison workspace that i created (after reading through various threads)
i, too, wish that feature was in accordance, so here's my best attempt at it. i find having the hebrew/greek open helps when i'm comparing translations
hijacking my own thread, looking at my screenshots, is there a way to make it so when i hover over ἀγαπάω in the greek, it not only highlights it (loved) in the parallel esv pane, but also have it highlight in all the translations in the zone that tied to it. when i hover over "love" in the nrsv, it will highlight it in the other english texts within that zone, but not in the greek or esv. it would help when comparing translations.
if not, i might have to adjust the translations where they are all in one zone, but then space can become an issue, esp. when having so many vertical panes.
Edited by gugu009, 31 August 2017 - 06:48 AM.