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    Gee, thanks, Greg ...

    :eek: Holy Moses! They have actually produced analytical lexicons -- in print? Well, you learn something new every day. Now I can finally throw away all my electronic lexicons. And BW8 has Friberg's...
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    Not Rocket Science...

    To repeat my original and extremely simple request: it would be nice to be able to export a file containing all the Greek words in BGT, with their lemmas attached (which would obviously include...
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    Thanks...

    In B. Taylor's "Analytical Lexicon to the Septuagint," κρατίστας is in the κρείσσων entry (and 5309 in the LEH Lexicon), though it is, as you said, the comp. of ἀγαθός. This is true for the others,...
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    Mission Accomplished, sort of...

    Well, it took almost two hours (on a computer with a lot of power), but with the Report Generator, using BGT and the options as MGVT's suggested, a usable output was generated. The next step will be...
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    Sigh!

    The suggestion made by MGVH worked relatively well for Jud - Rev, though it took some time. I'll give it a try for Gen - Rev in BGT (LXX/NT). We'll see if BibleWorks can handle such a heavy output.
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    Close, but no cigar...

    Report Generator does NOT produce two columns, as is obvious from the screenshot. Of course, using a macro in MS Word or the like one could fiddle with the Report Generated data (been there, done...
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    Yes, finally ...

    Yes, this is exactly what I meant. Thanks. It would be nice to be able to generate a word list of a particular Greek version(s) done the two-columned way you have so kindly illustrated, above.

    B....
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    Brueggemann et al.

    Why don't you take your non-BibleWorks discussion somewhere else? A little respect for forum etiquette, please.
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    Adelphos, apparently there is a misunderstanding...

    Adelphos, apparently there is a misunderstanding of some kind.

    Briefly, again, a word list generated in the WLM, as you know, consists of all the words in a particular version. In BGT, for...
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    Yes, but ...

    Adelphos, you were not one of the forum-abusing Senior Members I was referring to; they were the ones carrying on the irrelevant book discussion, above.

    The Report Generator does give both Greek...
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    Thanks a lot, NOT!

    Thanks a lot, Senior Members, for cluttering up what was, I thought, I sincere question about the WLM.
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    But ...

    Thanks, Bob, but that procedure would take almost forever to complete. It is strange that this feature (simply compiling a list of Greek words with their dictionary forms) is not available as an...
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    Thanks, but ...

    Thanks, but that is already in the Help File, more or less.

    To explain again (and probably this can't be done in BibleWorks 8.0 now, but hopefully it will be in future versions):

    In Word List...
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    Word List Manager Question

    I've checked the help file and BibleWorks forum for an answer to a simple WLM question, but to no avail, so I am asking for help here.

    I would like to generate in BibleWorks 8.0 a word list that...
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    Unicode (Export) Chaos

    Even since I "upgraded" from Vista to Windows 7, BibleWorks 8 fonts have been less than cooperative. I have clicked on and / or fiddled with all the necessary options regarding unicode fonts (by the...
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    Obviously

    Your comments are, frankly, irrelevant because we already know, for example, that BW8 includes LEHS and LSJM, and so on. Muraoka's LXX lexicon (2009 edition) is arguably better than the other two,...
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    Muraoka's LXX Lexicon

    It would be nice if T. Muraoka's "A Greek-English Lexicon of the Septuagint" (2009) was added to BibleWorks 8. Any chance of this happening?
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    Just Curious

    Does anyone know or can take a guess regarding this question: how does the new BWW 8.0 "edition" of ECF compare with the one offered by www.logos.com (a company notorious for typos) and the online...
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    Report Generator Question

    In Tools | Report Generator | Include Morphological Analysis, in BLM, for example, is it possible to build a report NOT like this:

    4. κυρίου κύριος - ngmsc (noun genitive masculine singular...
  20. Why I WILL be upgrading to Bibleworks 8 (for $149.99)

    I have been using BibleWorks for over 15 years. It is still by far the best of its kind: rapid bug fixes, responsiveness to customer requests and suggestions, and so on. I live in Korea, where, like...
  21. Re: Dim...'s Dimwitted Post

    I have been with BibleWorks for over a decade, and there is no doubt it is one of the brightest, most trustworthy, and responsive (to customers' requests) software companies I've ever know. These are...
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    White Flag ...

    No, I did read all the posts, and I appreciate all the time and patience spent to explain the update procedure. All I was claiming was that the Update Options, not the actual downloading itself...
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    But Still, ...

    Well, many of the Senior Members have chimed in, and their verdict is unanimous: the BWW 7.0 update feature (esp. the Update Options explanations) couldn't be more user-friendly, more crystal-clear,...
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    De gustibus non est disputatum -- NOT!

    Come on, Senior Members! I admire your unflinching loyalty to the product, but in this case you should call a spade a spade. BibleWorks is a great program, indeed, but a few parts of it need...
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    Unhelpful help...

    MS Word 2007 is full of annoyances, but I still use it. BibleWorks has only one as far as I'm concerned, but the program works fine even if I don't update as often as I should (for reasons I...
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