I am really enjoying getting familiar with Accordance after 20+ years using BW. I use Accordance in my teaching, and--overall--I have found the learning curve to be not too steep for most things, and I'm starting to learn some more advanced features. So, thank you all.
I use the SBL Hebrew keyboard (SIL layout) (https://www.sbl-site..._SBLHebrew.aspx) for typing Hebrew for publications, handouts, etc. I would love for that keyboard to be an option for use in Accordance. In the screenshot, you can see that the Israeli keyboard layout is an option for Hebrew input, but I have found that for scholars in English-speaking countries, the SBL keyboard seems to be more intuitive and useful. My experience with the default Accordance (Yehudit?) keyboard is that it is not at all intuitive for letters outside those with clear phonetic links to English. For example, using 'o' for ayin/ע makes no real sense.
Given that the keyboard is openly available from the website I linked above, I hope that it could be included as an option for those of us who search frequently in Hebrew.
שׁלום and thanks!