I just want to be sure here. Can I only import a User Tool in PDF, HTML, Plain text, and TLG?
Since Accordance currently blocks me from editing most of my imported PDF's and HTML's by throwing up any number of error messages (which has not been fixed in 3-4 months), I am unable to edit these once they have been imported. (Just trust me on this as I continue on...)
I have no idea what a TLG file is, but it doesn't sound like something I've ever used. And Plain text sounds like it can't handle Hebrew (am I correct?)
So right now, Accordance only allows formats that 1) I can't edit once I've imported them, or 2) won't support a Hebrew-English text that I want to import. Does this sound correct so far?
I'm asking because it seems that other Bible software's use MS Word doc (docx) format, which although said other Bible software's don't allow for "real-time" editing of an imported document, the user can fairly quickly open the MS Word doc and edit it, and then re-import it (without random, prohibitive Accordance errors).
I'm just wondering friends, am I seeing this situation properly?