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drmatt.thomas
05-16-2011, 01:12 PM
Hi all,

I am probably missing something blatantly simple, but when performing a WTM search, how can I type the @ (SHIFT-2) symbol to add morphological tags? Whenever I do, I get a ף. My workarounds so far have been either to use the GSE (overkill for a simple one-word search) or to choose one of the morphologically-tagged words in the list that appears below the CM and delete back to the @ (also clumsy).

I have searched the help and in this forum and haven't been able to find anything that addresses this. Thanks in advance for your (probably obvious) advice.

שׁלום in Jesus,
Matt Thomas

Lee
05-16-2011, 01:25 PM
Matt,

Though you are typing right to left, you have to enter the "@" to the right of the lemma. Either mouse click at the right, or hit the "End" key.

bkMitchell
05-17-2011, 01:12 AM
Hi all,

...but when performing a WTM search, how can I type the @ (SHIFT-2) symbol to add morphological tags?...


You, can also use the code insertion Buttons.
Here's an online BW tutorial on that topic:
http://wiki.luthersem.edu/bin/view/BibleWorks/CodeInsertionButtons

Glenn Weaver
05-17-2011, 10:00 AM
Hi Matt,

You will want to make sure that you actually have WTM as your search version. If you have WTT as your search version, then you will have the Hebrew character inserted exactly as you experienced.

Blessings,
Glenn