I've run into an anomaly. I copied the quotation text below from the Hendriksen-Kistemaker NT Commentary in Accordance. Then I went on to other places in that commentary and thought it'd be a fast track back just to paste part of that copied text in the ENGLISH CONTENT search and I'd be right there. No go. At first it seems the quotation marks are hanging up the search. So I deleted them. Then "Matt." is unparsable to Accordance. Then the "16" is a mystery to Accordance's search engine.
Quotation: Though “church” in Matt. 16:18 and “kingdom” in verse 19 may not be identical in meaning
Why would it do this? I just took that text from that source and now it can't find it. Weird, if you ask me (you didn't ).
Attached are screenshots of the search and then when Accordance trips on the quotation marks.
Any help would be appreciated. And even just telling me a better way to go back to the place in a book where I recently was would be a help. I think I've seen feature requests for back and forward arrows. A history of recently locations would be a blessing.
Mac OS 10.11.6 (El Capitan)
Hendriksen-Kistemaker NT Commentary v. 1.4
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