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    For future reference (and combining some other...

    For future reference (and combining some other earlier threads):

    As noted above you can use a regular expression to search for question marks (or other punctuation) like this:

    Type "~\?"...
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    Type "~\?" (without the quotation marks) on the...

    Type "~\?" (without the quotation marks) on the command line and hit ENTER.
    This is called a regular expression search. You can read more about it in the BW Help contents.
  3. Easiest way works for both browse window and...

    Easiest way works for both browse window and browse tab.
    Click mouse anywhere in either the window or the tab.
    Hit the letter "b" or click on the little footprints at the top to toggle between...
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    An easy way to conduct the kind of search you...

    An easy way to conduct the kind of search you want (and as described by Michael Hanel) is this.
    When you find an instance of the word you want to search in a verse (in your case, φυσις), right click...
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    Yes, Don, you're right about the Font Kit mainly...

    Yes, Don, you're right about the Font Kit mainly needed for typing.

    Depending on your version of Word, there may be issues with the Hebrew. Somewhere I recall a discussion about problems earlier...
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    The Tyndale Font Kit is just a quick and simple...

    The Tyndale Font Kit is just a quick and simple way to install a Unicode font (Cardo) and the Unicode keyboards needed to type in Greek or Hebrew. Typing in Hebrew requires some extra settings to do...
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    I'm not quite sure what you mean by the "Hebrew...

    I'm not quite sure what you mean by the "Hebrew add in," but I'm guessing that you've been using the old style TrueType fonts. (Have you been using bwhebb?) If so, don't get mad at Microsoft. The...
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    Just an aside to this discussion, David, but your...

    Just an aside to this discussion, David, but your mention of Dahl gives me an opportunity to recall one of my mentors, the late Don Juel (another of Dahl's students) whose interest in OT/NT matters...
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    I've never used that Import/Exporting Information...

    I've never used that Import/Exporting Information option, but I also get bwgrkl.
    I'm guessing it's that way, because the main reason to do that would be to create one's own edited versions, and BW...
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    WordPerfect X3 (and still at least even X5) do...

    WordPerfect X3 (and still at least even X5) do not support Unicode. As I noted in the earlier post, you'll have to use bwgrkl TrueType. It is MUCH better to use Unicode, however, especially for...
  11. To sort things out, it may be helpful to look at...

    To sort things out, it may be helpful to look at the "Word" tab in the right column. It can provide the full wordlist for the WTM morphological text, and will help you see how things are being...
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    As Don asks, it can depend on what word processor...

    As Don asks, it can depend on what word processor you are using and what version of Windows or Mac.
    The main thing is simply that when you are pasting it in, it's being displayed in a font that...
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    I'm surmising that you are apparently using the...

    I'm surmising that you are apparently using the Olive Tree edition of NA28. As you now have observed from the Logos page samples, it does look like the problem is with the Olive Tree implementation...
  14. No, not at all! What I was getting at is that it...

    No, not at all! What I was getting at is that it is possible to act as if the 'letter' of the text were more important than the 'spirit' of the text.
  15. I also am opposed to reading Greek/Hebrew......

    I also am opposed to reading Greek/Hebrew... unless the congregation members are native Greek/Hebrew speakers! Glenn made some helpful observations from his experience. I'll add some more.

    In...
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    I had mentioned it in passing in my initial...

    I had mentioned it in passing in my initial response:
    In the Graphical Search Engine: Compose your search, then on the menu: Query > Properties > Flags > and enable "Cross verse boundaries"
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    Hmmm... the command line one should work... For...

    Hmmm... the command line one should work... For example, it should have returned Matthew 21.36. If you look, you will see that the adverb is at the end of the verse, and there is an adverb which is...
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    You want all instances of sequential adverbs...

    You want all instances of sequential adverbs (i.e., right next to each other), including instances where they are in different verses.

    To find them within the same verse, use one of the Greek...
  19. Thread: Mss Abbreviations

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    Locate your mouse anywhere over those...

    Locate your mouse anywhere over those abbreviations and right click.
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    Using Strong's in reverse (as Dale noted) is one...

    Using Strong's in reverse (as Dale noted) is one way, but I tell my students to use Louw-Nida (for the Greek at least).

    Open the Lexicon browser.
    From the menu: Lexicons > Louw-Nida Lexicon...
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    I don't know of any printed edition of those...

    I don't know of any printed edition of those versions, and anything we have would likely have to be reconstructed and/or back-translated intro Greek. If only scribes had rightly copied Origen's...
  22. Thread: quick search

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    Hi, Don, Those verses are given as hits, but...

    Hi, Don,
    Those verses are given as hits, but the actual occurrence is in the following verse. I needed to set cross verse boundaries in the query properties, otherwise hits that occur within the...
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    Ron, I was updating my query and posted the same...

    Ron, I was updating my query and posted the same time as you were replying.

    Ah, those delectable infinitive constructions. Both Paul and Luke can get rather fancy! (Cf. Luke 1.62 or 22.24)

    Now...
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    Don, I'd forgotten about the negatives. Good...

    Don, I'd forgotten about the negatives. Good thinking! I also see that you made the articles neuter singulars which would help eliminate extraneous hits. However, I hardly get any hits with your...
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    Well, this is a little clunky, but it achieves...

    Well, this is a little clunky, but it achieves what you want. At least I think so...
    When you run the attached QF, you will find some verses returned where it looks like there is not hit. It is a...
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