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    Yes, that's an excellent suggestion.

    Yes, that's an excellent suggestion.
  2. Blind seminarian creates Braille Bible language software

    Here's a story I thought people here would find interesting: https://www.ambs.edu/news/Making-a-way-where-there-is-no-way.cfm.

    It's a long article, but fascinating and significant on a number of...
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    Thanks, Mark. It's hard to see how it could be a...

    Thanks, Mark. It's hard to see how it could be a font issue, since it occurs in every instance of just this one word, and apparently in no other word at all. I didn't see any other instances of ayin...
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    Thanks, Mark.

    Thanks, Mark.
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    Just FWIW, I've reported this through the...

    Just FWIW, I've reported this through the database error/typo form (http://www.bibleworks.com/dberror_form.html). I hope I'll get a response there, but I realize that I may not. It still puzzles me.
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    Very puzzling, since if it's an error it involves...

    Very puzzling, since if it's an error it involves the replacement of every instance of ayin with ṭeth, but only in the last letter of the name Jesus, not elsewhere--a very unlikely error! And if it's...
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    Syriac PES question

    I've just discovered something extremely puzzling about the PES version, which is the Peshitta Syriac New Testament taken from the UBS Syriac New Testament and Psalms. In this text the name Jesus is...
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    WRT this specific question, referring to a file...

    WRT this specific question, referring to a file singled out by Windows as being a trojan, 10.0.5.64-bw1000lg.exe should be in the C:\Program Files (x86)\BibleWorks 10\init folder, with a large number...
  9. Thanks, Lee and Mark. That's what I figured. But...

    Thanks, Lee and Mark. That's what I figured. But then, back to Dan's question, there should be displays of information if and only if Dan has created a file for ταπεινοφροσύνη, which I assume he must...
  10. I just realized that I was confused about what...

    I just realized that I was confused about what Dan was asking, which, now that I understand it, leaves me with a question. Should I have files supplied by BW in C:\Program Files (x86)\BibleWorks...
  11. I don't think it should matter, but what Greek...

    I don't think it should matter, but what Greek version are you using when this happens?
  12. Sorry. I certainly understand the need to have a...

    Sorry. I certainly understand the need to have a coherent work arrangement. I don't think it's possible in BW 10 to fully configure the placement of windows as you desire. (Someone correct me if I'm...
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    Great, always happy to help someone else chew up...

    Great, always happy to help someone else chew up disk space in a good cause!
  14. I never noticed this before, but something...

    I never noticed this before, but something similar is in fact available in BW 10. On the Window menu, select Stacked Windows. That gives you (or me, at least) the Search Window on the left, the...
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    Mark, I understand the question differently. I...

    Mark, I understand the question differently. I use the Browse Window and Browse tab in the way your describe, to see both multiple versions of the same verse and multiple verses for the sake of...
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    Thanks, Skip. I hope they're doing something more...

    Thanks, Skip. I hope they're doing something more up-to-date than that these days! But I do remember beta code files. They're a reminder that searchable text is basically just a data base, and each...
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    Sorry, epatt, occasionally there are just slow...

    Sorry, epatt, occasionally there are just slow times here.

    I never installed the Greek sound files, but I do see that they're on the BW 10 installation flash drive that I got. If you have one, you...
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    Yeah, same here. The grim truth is that a lot of...

    Yeah, same here. The grim truth is that a lot of people on this forum are too broke, cheap, or old to replace their desktop or laptop with a tablet. :D

    BTW, epatt, I love your avatar pic!
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    Glad that worked for you! I do hope someone with...

    Glad that worked for you! I do hope someone with a better memory than mine will post a reminder of why this is difficult to implement (if indeed that is the problem).
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    Welcome to BibleWorks, Flavian, and to this forum...

    Welcome to BibleWorks, Flavian, and to this forum as well!

    If I understand correctly the question you are raising, it is that text in the Browse Window (and Browse Tab in the Analysis Window) is...
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    Thanks, Glenn! Somehow in years of right-clicking...

    Thanks, Glenn! Somehow in years of right-clicking in the Browse Window, I had completely overlooked that command. It works as advertised; and it also switches to the version in which I've...
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    Thanks, Glenn. It sounds like, with Unicode as...

    Thanks, Glenn. It sounds like, with Unicode as with so many other technological advances, "The great thing about standards is that there are so many of them!" :rolleyes:

    But WRT "The only Greek...
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    Mark, I'll let galencurrah respond about what he...

    Mark, I'll let galencurrah respond about what he wants. One answer for me (I already use your #4 regularly) is that I might have some Greek or Hebrew text copied from another program that I want to...
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    Lee, what I want to do is not scroll through...

    Lee, what I want to do is not scroll through previous commands, but once a command is on the Command Line, move back and forth within it a word at a time instead of just a character at a time, and...
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    Yes, please! And (though this may have been...

    Yes, please! And (though this may have been mentioned before) the ability to navigate in the command line using Ctrl-key combinations, e.g., Ctrl+LeftArrow to move to the previous word.
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