Great! Thanks, Mark! :)
Type: Posts; User: Philip Brown
Great! Thanks, Mark! :)
I would like to know the distribution of the aorist indicative forms of λέγω in the NT.
I can generate a word list with all the morphological forms from the BNM, but what I want is a word list...
No, I'm using BW 8 to do the video. The point that the Futato "Basic Hebrew" that came with BW 6 & 7 was removed from the base package in BW 8.
I have created several tutorials that walk students through three of Mark Futato's lessons for using BW in Hebrew (available only with BW 7.0 and before). Those who are teachers may find...
Sorry, BW 8.0. Copying bwhebb, not unicode.
See the attached query. You have to use the GSE to do it.
When you open the query double click on the Ordering box (it reads 'Exactly 0'). Note in the dialog that comes up that I...
I teach the Life of Christ and use Robert Thomas and Stan Gundry's Harmony of the Gospels. It isn't perfect, but it works very well on the collegiate level.
I have long wished for this harmony to...
In order for the VLM to compare two verse lists, they have to be mapped to the same version.
So when you import, the GNM list, you need to select the whole list and then Edit > remap.
If your question means, "Is the Hebrew script used in modern Hebrew Bibles different from that used by Moses, David, Isaiah, etc., then the answer is Yes." The Hebrew Scriptures have been written in...
I agree that would be helpful.
With WTT as search version, type a period, then Chet, qamets, mem
If it doesn't show up in Hebrew, try hitting ctrl + page down. This is a toggle that shifts between ascii and Hebrew font display.
Looks like a bug to me. Would encourage you to report it.
If you have installed the latest updates -- Help > BibleWorks on the Web > Check for updates, then you should be able to change your windows settings back to your preferred dpi.
The Version Display Order dialog is a fixed width dialog, so is it possible that the slider is off your screen?
Also try toggling between Show Active only and Show All versions. Does that make any...
Google has digitized Abbott-Smith's A Manual Lexicon of the Greek NT which, while a bit out of date with regard to its greek entries, still has valuable information about LXX usage of NT words.
See BW 8 help ch. 4 under Databases Removed from BibleWorks 8
Michael Hanel is right. The Words Tab in BW 8 = the Word listbox and word statistics listbox in BW 6.
Tools > Options > Fonts
At bottom of screen uncheck the first two checkboxes if you don't want unicode export
Step 2: (If you want to export some font other that BibleWorks Greek &...
1. The CL apparently regards any lemma agreement searches (#1 #1) as linear/string searches. All the hits I get (696) involve the same lemmas side-by-side.
2. The following linear CL search ;#1@v*...
I think there is a glitch in the GSE that is requiring the proximity specification.
1. The WTM search .#1@v* #1@v* generates the correct hits from the commandline
2. When I export the...
I'm getting a blank page in Firefox when I click the above link.
The difference between '?' and the Hebrew wildcard is that you can define the contents of the Hebrew wildcard, whereas you cannot define the contents of '?'.
Further, you cannot add...
BW is not designed to do this. If I wanted to do this, I would do something like the following:
1. Export the text of genesis: Tools > Export Database, then limit to gen 1:1-gen 50:?? -- whatever...
Several items of which you might not be aware:
1. The command line is saved, so if you entered it on the commandline, you can arrow-up/down to recall it and even copy it.
2. You can save custom...
You could create a custom limits list that includes only 3:16 refs: gen 3:16; exo 3:16, etc.
then search for .*
That would list all the references in the command center. The custom limits list...