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MBushell
06-04-2004, 08:39 PM
BibleWorks Executable (Rev 1 6.0.010a)

BibleWorks Automatic Update Notification
Date: 06/04/04 at 20:39:02
Title: BibleWorks Executable (Rev 1 6.0.010a)
Description:

This patch contains the latest executable.
This exe is necessary if you download the Targum files update that was just posted.

Diagrammer:

- View | Zoom | 125%, 150%, 200%, 400% added

- Selecting a group of symbols and deleting them was being recorded as
multiple undo operations. Now it is a single undo operation.

- Minor tweak to the mouse behavior when dragging sizing points and holding
SHIFT (vert/horz lock)

Previous:

- Opening dgm files created with older versions of the EXE will now
automatically enhance the Y-style conjunctions symbols in the files. This
will allow the "Y" to be freely sized. The base of the "Y" in existing
documents will also now receive modifier symbols.

- Disconnecting two symbols is fast again (was causing lots of disk
activity)

- Holding down ALT when disconnecting two symbols will let you drag the
disconnected symbol to a new position while clicking and dragging the
connection point

- Holding down SHIFT when dragging symbols or resizing symbols will restrict
the mouse to horizontal or vertical motion

- Minimizing a diagrammer window will put an icon in the taskbar

- Diagrammer now has a regular BibleWorks icon

Instructions:
To access these downloads go to the <Help|BibleWorks on the Web|Check for Web Updates...> option and follow the directions. This is a NOT a trial version. No access code is needed to download this patch.
If you have problems with this update please post a reply to this message on the BibleWorks Forum in the Official BibleWorks announcements section.


Affected Files:
books_sbl.bna | [init]
bw600.exe | [program]
bw600.map | [program]
bwgrkl.ttf | [program]
bwmaster.chm | [databases]
default.dwd | [init]
example_1phrasing.dgm | [diagram]
example_absolutes.dgm | [diagram]
example_adjective.dgm | [diagram]
example_adverb.dgm | [diagram]
example_appositive.dgm | [diagram]
example_clause subordinate.dgm | [diagram]
example_complement.dgm | [diagram]
example_conjunctions.dgm | [diagram]
example_direct address.dgm | [diagram]
example_direct object second.dgm | [diagram]
example_direct object.dgm | [diagram]
example_indirect object.dgm | [diagram]
example_infinitive adverbial.dgm | [diagram]
example_infinitive.dgm | [diagram]
example_paren nominative.dgm | [diagram]
example_participle adjectival adverbial.dgm | [diagram]
example_participle substantive.dgm | [diagram]
example_pendent nominative.dgm | [diagram]
example_pred nominative.dgm | [diagram]
example_predicate adjective.dgm | [diagram]
example_prep phrase.dgm | [diagram]
example_relative clause.dgm | [diagram]
example_subject-verb.dgm | [diagram]
example_subject-verb-do.dgm | [diagram]
shellexec.txt | [init]

Ruben Gomez
06-05-2004, 04:40 AM
I don't know if this has been mentioned before, but the fact is that when I open the Synopsis Tool and then try to open the text highlighter, BW invariably crashes!

Best,

Ruben Gomez

Ben Spackman
06-05-2004, 08:27 AM
I can reproduce that sequence, ending in a crash. Win XP, 6.0.01a.

Dogfish Jones
06-05-2004, 03:19 PM
I can reproduce that sequence, ending in a crash. Win XP, 6.0.01a.
same here.

kpurcell
06-05-2004, 04:27 PM
its an official bug methinks

same here

MBushell
06-07-2004, 12:38 PM
Thanks guys. The bug should be fixed now. let me know if the problem appears again.
God bless,
Mike

almather
06-08-2004, 07:45 AM
I opened the diagrammer this morning, opened a file I was working on, and decided to zoom to a smaller size, but first I thought I'd check out a larger size, so zoomed to 150%. "Cool,' I thought. But I really wanted a smaller size so clicked on 66%. Nothing happened.

66% now enlarges rather than goes smaller. 100$, 75% and 50%, etc. all work fine, but 66% shows 150% now. I tried another file. Same thing.

I closed BW's and reopened the file. Same thing. I don't now if it was a sequence that I did, i.e. went to 150 first? or if 66% was just the wrong size.

One other point. When I close or save a file that has been zoomed to some other %, say 50, and I re-open that file it opens at 100% even though there is a check by 50% in the zoom list. It seems to remember the size there in the zoom percent list, but not in the actually window.

In Christ,

Al