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  1. Michael, Thanks for your feedback. Yes, I...

    Michael,

    Thanks for your feedback. Yes, I think the Mac version of BW9 will necessarily use less battery power than running Parallels and Windows. I hadn't understood that when you were speaking...
  2. Hello Martin, The Mac version is exactly the...

    Hello Martin,

    The Mac version is exactly the same as the Windows version, so everything done in the one can be transferred to the other as is. The main thing is to find where your files are stored...
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    Pardon the comment, but what I can't understand...

    Pardon the comment, but what I can't understand for the life of me is why anyone would want to pay $100 ($99.95), i.e., for a stand alone module that by itself represents nearly a third of the...
  4. Hello navilluspm, What do you mean by the Mac...

    Hello navilluspm,

    What do you mean by the Mac Installer?

    My experience is the following. Up till about two months ago, I had BW9 installed on BootCamp, and accessed it via Parallels with...
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    Hello Morten and Jim, I'm thinking as well...

    Hello Morten and Jim,

    I'm thinking as well that there might be two functions that are doing similar things and that are perhaps being mixed up. I tried using the text compare options on BGT and...
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    I have encountered the same problem with French...

    I have encountered the same problem with French quotes. You can look here for the discussion : Settings for local languages

    Unfortunately, there doesn't seem to be a function in BW that converts...
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    Hello Timobe, These are good suggestions. I...

    Hello Timobe,

    These are good suggestions. I would personally add the "NBS" and "Colombe" (which, even though it is based on the Segond, is much more accurate). These suggestions should be made...
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    Again some thoughts, Peter: I think it's...

    Again some thoughts, Peter:



    I think it's hazardous for us as non-native Greek speakers, some 2000 years after the writing of a document, to say what must or must not be an admissible...
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    Peter, While you're looking at this passage,...

    Peter,

    While you're looking at this passage, take a look at Blass-Debrunner-Funk as well (I don't know if it's modified from B-D or not):

    BDF 138 (p. 76-77) : "The neuter is sometimes used...
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    Hello again Peter, Always a pleasure to...

    Hello again Peter,

    Always a pleasure to discuss with you! Try breaking the sentence into its two constituent parts:

    1. πᾶν ὃ δέδωκας αὐτῷ

    the ὅ is a relative pronoun, so it relates to a...
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    Hello Peter, I see that you've asked the same...

    Hello Peter,

    I see that you've asked the same question over at B-Greek, and I'm sure you'll get some good answers there. In a word, I think you have to take into consideration two things. 1)...
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    Thanks for your reply Abram. Actually I'm not...

    Thanks for your reply Abram. Actually I'm not interested in the Windows version of Scrivener. I've been using Mac for several years and have no desire to change at this point. I have parallels with...
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    Hello Abram, I don't have Scrivener, but I've...

    Hello Abram,

    I don't have Scrivener, but I've been looking at it for the last couple months. It's Mac only if I'm not mistaken, right? From what I understand, it organizes all the pre-writing...
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    Hello thanasisglt, I don't seem to have this...

    Hello thanasisglt,

    I don't seem to have this problem. What version are you using as the browse version when this happens to you?

    Don Cobb
    Aix-en-Provence, France
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    Thank you Mike. I too suspected the problem was...

    Thank you Mike. I too suspected the problem was with Word for Mac. I'm using Word 2011. I've heard (or read) several times that the Mac version of Word is much less developed and functional than the...
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    Problem with unicode for Targums

    Hello all,

    I'm working on a project that uses texts from the Targums. I'm trying to copy and paste into a Word for Mac document; but I'm running up against a problem: when there are variants...
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    Linking BW9 to Dogenes?

    Hello all,

    Does anyone know if it's possible to link BW9 to Diogenes (and if so, how)? I'm thinking specifically of the LSJ dictionary incorporated into Diogenes, but if there were a way of...
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    Hello Lee. I think what you are looking for is...

    Hello Lee. I think what you are looking for is already possible in BW9. In the Browse window configuration options, click "maintain search version after lemma search". Then try removing WTM from your...
  19. Hello dhave, That's an excellent question. I...

    Hello dhave,

    That's an excellent question. I personally knew nothing about font smoothing until reading your post. Being more of a driver than a mechanic, I wouldn't want to be the first to do...
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    Concerning 1., I second that. I've often found...

    Concerning 1., I second that. I've often found that, when you are not using the search window, it does take up space that could be better used for other things. Sometimes, I open a floating analysis...
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    If you use the resources panel, you can also just...

    If you use the resources panel, you can also just click on the word as it shows up there. This opens up the Lexicon entry in a floating window.

    I use the resources panel almost continuously now,...
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    Thank you for your comment, Glen. Unfortunately,...

    Thank you for your comment, Glen. Unfortunately, this is one of the things that still doesn't work very well on the Mac version. When you search on a word, BW opens a secondary window, but 1) it's...
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    Thank you Jim. That was pretty much what I...

    Thank you Jim.

    That was pretty much what I thought. I used to use the floating windows pretty systematically for searches, going back--I think--to BW 3.5. But I haven't really used them since. It...
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    Search feature

    Hello all,

    I think I know the answer to this question (i.e., no), but is there any way of configuring the search function so that, when you conduct a search, the browse window doesn't...
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    Thank you David and Dale. I appreciate your...

    Thank you David and Dale. I appreciate your comments.

    I do notice, as I look around, that Nota Bene is designed for PCs. As a Mac user, I'm not sure I want to go that route--even if their latest...
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