Why "Right to Left" needed for Chinese?
Hello, Mr. Bushnell,
Why is "Right to Left" needed for the Chinese version? "Thai" is listed in the "Right to Left" languages, but not other Asian languages such as "Chinese".
In my experience, on one PC with both "Right to Left" and "Asian Languages" turned on, the Chinese version works. On another PC with only "Asian Languages" turned on, the downloaded Chinese version does not appear in Bibleworks (although Chinese works fine in other programs). Is it because Bibleworks requires the "Right to Left" switch to be on for Chinese to work?
Another matter, in Help notes 18b, the term was typed wrong as "2. Left to Right and Far Eastern Languages Support".
I can't find teh arabic among the other languages
Hi im sorry i'm kind of a newbie at BW7 and i cant find where the arabic is or how to diaplay it. iupdated BW7 to have the arabic and i have the East language support but i cant flocate where the Van dyke version of the bible is. can you please help....
KOR works beautifully in Korean WINDOWS XP
I had experienced problems with BW7 NOT showing the KOR version on my Korean Windows XP. This problem has been solved by installing the "complex languages" in the control panel's language settings.
Thank you BW for making the Korean bible available to me. :)
Thanks for including the Chinese Bible
Originally Posted by jchan
First, my appreciation to all the staffs at BibleWorks for their dedication in making this great software for us Theological Students. Especially including the Arabic, Chinese and Korean Bibles. Keep up the good work!
Second, I agree with John Chan that it was kind of odd to have both "Right to Left" and "East Asian Languages" installed to see the Chinese Bible. Normally just the "East Asian Languages" should be enough. Anyway, ultimately it works at the end and I can see the Chinese text. Thanks for solving this in the forum. :D
New user who wants to see Chinese bible
I just installed BW7 last week, so I have little knowledge on how to use it. So, please pardon if I ask some really basic question.
My current problem is that I cannot see the chinese bible I just downloaded from the web. I downloaded all 4 files, and the program seemed to have finished the copying. But when I reopen the BW7, I still could not see the chinese on my dropdown list.
I am using XP, and I have been typing both traditional and simplified chinese for a while now. I checked the language installation option under window, and it seems that I have both far east language and right-to-left installed.
btw, I tried downloading the chinese bible a second time, but the program seemed to run into some problems during copying/installation. It gave me a blank dialog box. I had to use task manager to shut it down manually.
Another thing, I did not see a place to put in the access code when I downloaded the files. I assume that requirement has been removed, because I had no problem in downloading.