oops...No, I didn't realize you had to do that. So which of the keyboards should I choose? I've attached a screenshot of my choices.
Ok - never mind. The SBL site has their announcement up with a very good FAQ that explains all of this (Greek Polytonic).
Thanks for your help!
Ok, now I know how to use the font in general, but in BW, I haven't quite got it mastered. Forgive my slowness, but in the screenshot, I have the Browse window greek font set to SBL, but you can see behind that the GNT is showing up with the English character set. This is after restarting BW.
I just wanted to confirm that the message I got this time is the same one that threw me off last time. It's not a big deal, but when you get to be my age, you want folks knowing you're not hallucinating these things. :p
full reply from the SBL fonts forum.
The executive summary is that classical Hebrew/polytonic Greek have complex demands still best met by specialized fonts for those with specialist needs. The all-in-one Massive Font (TM) will be your Swiss Army Knife, not your linguistic scalpel.
When you get the patch the font file (SBL_Grk.ttf) will be placed in your BibleWorks root folder. You must manually install the font using the Windows Control Panel Fonts Applet.i really appreciate it