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#1 macsr4me



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Posted 01 December 2017 - 09:16 PM

I wonder if anyone else has this problem and has a fix for it. I LOVE Accordance, but when I travel I use a Wacom Intuit tablet for my input device rather than a mouse. I am on a MacPro Powerbook (OS X 10.12) When I am at home, I have a MacPro connected to my monitor, which is also an input device as well as a monitor (www.wacom.com). I have a Wacom Cintiq 27 hd. The pen works directly on the monitor, so there is no need for a mouse. I use a pen on both the Wacom Intuios tablet and the Cintiq rather than a mouse. All applications work beautifully with it, and I use many many applications. All of them work with the exception of Accordance. What doesn’t work in Accordance is things such as tripple clicks, or on the Atlas when you want to delete a city you have added to a layer, I can’t use the pen to click on the city. I have to get out a mouse and do it…There are several times when I have to use a mouse rather than the pen to input something. If it is just text in a Bible or concordance, using the pen to select text works perfectly. It is only on special things in Accordance that the pen won’t work. It can be most frustrating.  Do you have some kind of a fix for this or are you aware of this problem? Any help you can give me will me MOST appreciated. Thank you. Sharon

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Posted Yesterday, 12:49 PM

Ok I don't have a tablet screen but I have a Wacom tablet (quite an old model now) but triple click works on it and it amplifies from a Greek text to a lexicon properly. Right click with the pen button works too.


I've not tried the atlas with a user layer but the basic nav and zoom and such work ok.




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      Accordance 11.2.4 and 12                Accordance 12
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