Greetings. I'm brand new to Accordance (and Logos too) and loving it so far! But one of the reasons I was excited about Accordance was the "copy as citation" feature that allows copying a citation into a document, simultaneously making a footnote. Of note, I'm using MacOS 10.13.6 and Word for Mac 16.23.
Here's what I've done:
- Enabled my citation options in "preferences"
- Checked "insert citation as footnote" under the bibliography tab in preferences
- Copied the text I want to insert using "copy as citation" (CTRL-Command-C on Mac)
- Pasted the text into word (tried pasting regularly and formatted). I get the citation copied into the main body as it should, but no footnote.
I've tried everything I could think of, but it's not working. I am not getting a footnote in Word (or in Scrivener). This does work in Logos but it's pretty clunky there and takes a bunch of extra steps. Copy as bibliography also isn't creating the footnote. Looking at that seems like an older reference here, this seems like it should be doable (copied a screenshot below of the old Accordance page):
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Is this a bug? Anything I'm missing? Thanks and God Bless!