Accordance offers four main versions of the Hebrew text and morphology: BHS-W4, BHS-T, HMT-W4 and now BHQ. As I understand it HMT-W4 is now the default Accordance text. I have some questions about it and its relationship to BHS-T in particular.
1) What is the difference between the TEXT (not morphology) of BHS-T and HMT-W4? When I click on "About this text" it only says Hebrew Masoretic text with no further information. I would like to know about this text and how it was put together.
2) At present only BHS-T has tags for the apparatus although one can access the apparatus in HMT-W4 by clicking the verse and -cmd-. I find the tagging helpful and wonder if there are also plans to tag HMT-W4 as it is now the default text.
3) BHS-T does not seem to be fully integrated with the Syntax module in that clicking on a verse in the Syntax does not highlight it in BHS-T.
4) It is worth mentioning that though there are three Hebrew texts there is only ONE morphology database, which is my view is something of a limitation because as Hebrew scholars know, parsing is not an exact science. Having at least two morphology databases from different sources is preferable. I think for instance of the fact that the AF Analysed text (Logos) frequently parses imperfect forms as preterite. It would be nice to be able to compare morphological information. Does Accordance plan to offer another morphological database?