After some road-testing on some sermon translation of Ephesians, I've updated the file on the original post for some more fixes:
* Auto-parsing now handles paragraph marks in the Bibleworks text without crashing
* Closing brackets of prepositional phrases in auto-parsing is now much more intelligent.
* Subordination arrows are now inserted in the default font and colour instead of picking up formatting of whatever is at the insertion point.
* Speech bracket now inserts at the correct location whether or not page margins are visible.
Jon and Precha,
Just wanted to say thank you for sharing your work!
Have finally added Hebrew/Aramaic functionality to the Greek Parsing Template. The new version can be downloaded from the original post in this thread - I have overwritten the original attachment, as usual.
New version includes a Hebrew Tab in Word:
As with the Greek, you can either mark-up the text yourself using the buttons, or use auto-parse to do it for you:
This is a fairly extensive update, including some fixes for the Greek (including faster parsing), so I would recommend backing up any existing version of the template before overwriting, just in case there is some incompatibility.
I was wondering if the attachment I just downloaded off this page is the updated file or if I need to get it elsewhere? Thanks for putting this together.
I see the answer to my question above. I did not notice that a second ago. Thanks
I've tried the hebrew parsing macro, but it eats the formatting of the first word.
Hi Laurentiu, I have replied via email. Anyone else with similar problems? I can't reproduce the problem so far, but I'm only testing with two particular configs.
EDIT: Disabling accents helped for manually parsing. It isn't working right when parsing (different errors when the cursor is right or left aligned). Pasting works though to get the Hebrew inserted.
Hmm, might be coincidence, but both of you guys are using trial versions of word. I wonder if that's the problem. If either of you could attach a word document in which the problem occurred, that would be very helpful.