Type: Posts; User: sparcusmarcus
So it works for you? I don't know why BW doesn't make it easier to read the resources. The font seems way too small to actually read for any length of time.
The IE Page option works for me (on Vista), but the BW resource needs to be opened after the "Larger" font size is chosen. Uncheck the "Ignore font styles specified on webpages" as well.
Open up IE and click on Page (top right), go down to Text Size and choose Larger. Then, open up a BibWorks resource and see if that increases the font.
Open up a resource and click on Options (at the top of the page) and choose Internet Options. Open the Accessibility option, and then check the "Ignore font sizes specified on webpages" box, and OK....
If I knew how to make a screen shot, I would post one. I have this text on BW and, small the "print" not withstanding, I would not prefer a paper version. Like all BW pop-up resources, it can be...
Did you ever track down Brown's commentary?
Thanks. I hope it helps. I'm taking Greek (Bethel Seminary, MN), and figured this out to help the teacher. He's using Croy's grammar, but even on the overhead it's rather small.
RE: "do you have the anchor bible ,epistles of john (raymond e.brown) ?"
Did you ever track this down?
Do you mean the files that pop-up (grammars, dictionaries, etc)? If those are what your talking about, there is not an "official" way to do that (that I know of). However, it can be done by right...