@mcquayi, I see that bug #2 has been fixed. Thank you guys!
We’re still very eager to see a fix for bug #1, as this is a rather glaring, high-frequency problem. It seems that SAB is trying to be helpful, trying to patch things up for verses that contain an open quote without a close quote, by suffixing a close quote at the end of the verse, and likewise for verses that contain a close quote without an open quote, by prefixing the verse with an open quote. That makes sense, and indeed, it would be helpful if it worked as intended. As it is, it’s much worse than doing nothing.
The problem is that in RTL text, quotes are opened with right quotes (U+201D or U+2019) and closed with left quotes (U+201C or U+2018). So before deciding which end of the verse to append the missing quote mark to, SAB needs to check if the project is RTL, and if so, append to the opposite end.
Handy places to test this in the project I shared with you are LUK 4:18 (open without close), LUK 4:19 (close without open) and LUK 4:23 (mid-verse open without close).
Really looking forward to a fix for this soon!! Thanks so much!