Please forgive me, but I can't make heads or tails out of the video showing what is attempting dhow from BW features. I would like to see what the features are, but have no idea as to what is going on.
BW and Acc are quite different, and it is difficult to point to even one exact correspondence in the default settings of both
program programs. What Acc focused on was importing notes so BW could use them immediately, and on instant search results. In BW, with its three or four panes (= Acc's zones) open, you mouse(h)over a word, and you get instant lexical information (in all of your lexicons, including homonyms if you wish), and instant resource information, e.g., which grammars discuss the word you hover over. Live Click was developed to be an equivalent of seeing instant lexical and resource information with one click, imitating the speed of BW mouse(h)over, versus Acc's triple click.
The video also attempts to show that you can have as many texts/translations in a pane/zone as you want, just like in BW. Also, that in the end, Accordance is even more customizable. The challenge for former BW users will be to build their own workspaces. Tim, Dr, J., will be showing us how to do this in upcoming podcasts. I myself only used Acc for syntax searches, and before last week, I only knew how to open a text, triple click to linked lexicons, and open the construct search. In fact, all of my bug reports had to do with this simple workspace - text, lexicons, construct search. So, I too look forward to Tim's videos on how to build much more complicated workspaces.
Edited by Michel Gilbert, 16 June 2018 - 11:00 AM.