It was initiated as a live click as far as I recall, this opens two new research panes at the bottom of the screen. I then moved the tabs from each research pane to the top mixed pane, as I prefer them as tabs behind the main text, rather than overlaping the text. The tabs may have been reused, but today when I tried to replicate the problem I couldn't. I had retyped 1th while testing, I tried 1th. and 1th.
There is still an issue IMO though... While it's good to have the SOURCE category above the TEXT category, if I want to see how the other texts translated the word 'encourage' I can't do this easily here, as the other texts report a different underlying Greek word for 'spirit' - is there a way for Accordance to report the correct underlying Greek word from a live click for all the texts listed? I appreciate this may change the way Accordance performs the search in the background but this would prove to be much better and useful, since Accordance gives us the option to see different texts in the results.
My testing today also revealed some other additional issues:
1. In the Word Usage tab, when I move the scroll bar down or use the mouse scroll wheel to see all the texts listed the pane will not scroll back up, so the SOURCE category disappears from view. I have to initiate the search again to get that to come back again. Here is a screen shot of this...
2. When I move the tabs from the research pane to the mixed pane it is very hit and miss. For example I am 100% left mouse clicking on the Lexicon Look Up tab but when I move it up to the mixed pane sometimes it changes to the NIV text tab from the mixed pane, as if I had clicked on that tab instead! Sometimes I have to try several times to get Accordance to register the correct tab to move. Here is a screen shot of this actually happening...
3. Is it possible to set as a default where the live click tabs open? I would prefer them to open as tabs in the mixed pane rather than two new research panes?
Thanks for your help with this,
Edited by pbgroover, 19 November 2019 - 09:17 AM.