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    The last update of the CSB verse map file was...

    The last update of the CSB verse map file was made in late August of 2013. So, doing what Jim said should do the trick.
    Mark Eddy
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    As I promised earlier in this thread, I submitted...

    As I promised earlier in this thread, I submitted updated files for the Unofficial BibleWorks blog to replace those which I submitted back in 2008 & 2011 (I think that they were wrongly labeled as...
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    I was on vacation when this thread was started. I...

    I was on vacation when this thread was started. I provided the database to the BibleWorks blog. Thanks to Alex for reading so carefully. I have now made the suggested corrections (and found a few...
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    tabs remember synopsis preference

    How hard would it be for BW 10 (should God so will that it come) to remember a different synopsis tool to accompany the different tabs? Right now BW remembers the last synopsis tool which was opened...
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    I solved the first problem, but created another....

    I solved the first problem, but created another.
    In the Overlays/ Stacking order window I clicked on "Option" and selected the first option "Unselect all." I got a white page. When I clicked on...
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    maps without places

    This past week I made a presentation using the BW Maps module on my laptop. I had the journeys of St. Paul routes and Places mentioned in Acts showing. When I closed down the Maps module, it prompted...
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    No, BibleWorks does not have the Babylonian...

    No, BibleWorks does not have the Babylonian Talmud, at least not in Hebrew/Aramaic. There is a partial English translation of the Talmud, done by Rodkinson.
    Mark Eddy
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    I think you can already sort of do what you want....

    I think you can already sort of do what you want. After you put your cursor over a word, right click with the mouse, and move your cursor to the Analysis window to scroll through it. (Ignore the...
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    You can already do this. In the "Options" window,...

    You can already do this. In the "Options" window, under "Brows Window Configuration Options," check "Maintain search version after lemma search." So, if you set your search version to BGT or BNT or...
  10. No, you cannot "add a tab" on the "right-hand...

    No, you cannot "add a tab" on the "right-hand window," but you can "customize" the tabs to the extent that you can change the order of the tabs by dragging them.
    In particular you might be...
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    You failed to begin the search with a period (.)....

    You failed to begin the search with a period (.). When I typed in the search without the period, BW displayed the same pop up window as you got. The clue which led me to try this is that BW was...
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    You can set up BibleWorks to open a resource in...

    You can set up BibleWorks to open a resource in Logos to the correct spot. But that resource remains in Logos and is not read by BibleWorks itself. So the Lexicons in Logos will not display with the...
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    What is your "current search version"? If your...

    What is your "current search version"? If your search version in BGT or LXT any text version (as distinguished from a morphology version) the search will not work. But if the morphology version BLM...
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    What do you mean by "it does not work"? What...

    What do you mean by "it does not work"?
    What does happen when you type .*@n???p* on the command line with BGM as the search version?
    If you copied it from this thread into BW9, it may have changed...
  15. Someone else might have a better answer, since I...

    Someone else might have a better answer, since I do not have the problem you have.
    What version of MSWord are you using?
    There are many ways in which you can have BW copy text. Have you looked at...
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    Use BLM or BGM as your search version. On the...

    Use BLM or BGM as your search version.
    On the command line type: .*@n???p*
    Hit enter, and voila!
    This gives a list of all proper nouns, including names of people and places.
    Mark Eddy
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    Apparently BW does not remember the book name...

    Apparently BW does not remember the book name when we search using a Chinese version. The same problem occurs with Japanese, Korean, Thai, and Arabic versions, those with double-bit fonts. It is...
  18. OK, I see what you mean. I almost never do...

    OK, I see what you mean. I almost never do homonym searches, so I was not aware of this problem. Apparently BibleWorks simply uses the Groves-Wheeler Westminster Morphology and Lemma Database (WTM)...
  19. Homonyms are words which are spelled the same but...

    Homonyms are words which are spelled the same but mean something different. Lemmas are the individual words with distinct meanings. So, if you search for homonyms, you should expect to find different...
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    Yes, DRA was translated from the Vulgate....

    Yes, DRA was translated from the Vulgate.
    Concerning German translations of the Vulgate: parts of the Apocrypha in Luther's German Bible were translated from the Vulgate, since there was no Greek...
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    I use MS Word 2003, and one work-around I found...

    I use MS Word 2003, and one work-around I found is to type a space after the first letter of the English word, then re-type that letter after the space, and delete the original first letter:...
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    You should unzip it to the BibleWorks "init"...

    You should unzip it to the BibleWorks "init" folder. Then it will display in the list of all the other .sdf files.
    Mark Eddy
  23. Warum nicht? Nein. Noch nicht. Aber in Januar...

    Warum nicht?
    Nein.
    Noch nicht. Aber in Januar 2014 BibleWorks sagte: there is now a native Mac version of BW9. You can purchase a key and download the package for $6. It is based on a CodeWeavers...
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    You can find the BibleWorks blog at:...

    You can find the BibleWorks blog at: http://bibleworks.oldinthenew.org/
    Look through the various databases available, click on the one you want, and follow the directions to download it and install...
  25. You do not even have to switch versions to WTM....

    You do not even have to switch versions to WTM. After right-clicking on the word in WTT, choose the option "Search on Lemma." That will give you all instances of the "root" word, and (as you noticed)...
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