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    I would support Stephen's suggestion of looking...

    I would support Stephen's suggestion of looking into OliveTree. If all you want to do is look at the original-language text on a mobile device (phone or tablet; Android, iPhone, or Windows), it's...
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    Yet more thanks, Mark. The GSE is another area of...

    Yet more thanks, Mark. The GSE is another area of profound unfamiliarity for me, so this was also interesting. I ran the search on the gospel of John, imported the results to the Verse List Manager,...
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    I second the thanks. I've used BW for many years...

    I second the thanks. I've used BW for many years without ever searching for a regular expression (I'm embarrassed to say). I wouldn't have thought that searching for ? was possible, and it's good to...
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    Yes, that was it. I left out the *. :o (And now...

    Yes, that was it. I left out the *. :o (And now that you mention it, I do remember having problems with pasting into the command line before too.) Got it now.

    The reason I was doing this, BTW, is...
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    Searching for numbers

    It seems like this should be so easy. I'm trying to search the Greek text (BGM) for numbers. I have no search limits set, i.e., the whole biblical text is to be searched. I've gone so far as to copy...
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    I've been away for awhile, so I hope this is...

    I've been away for awhile, so I hope this is still relevant. I've been using Scrivener for just over a year (it was recommended to me by a church friend who writes science fiction). It is a brilliant...
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    Yeah, I'm with you on that. However, there is a...

    Yeah, I'm with you on that. However, there is a somewhat obscure option that helps with this. In the Tools menu, select Options, then Browse Window Configuration Options, then uncheck "Automatically...
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    A couple of suggestions here. For one thing, WTT...

    A couple of suggestions here. For one thing, WTT (which isn't analyzed morphologically) doesn't have lemma searching. I think what happens is that if WTT is the selected search version and you do a...
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    I don't know either why you'd get different...

    I don't know either why you'd get different results, but the way to restrict searches to a grammatical category is simple. On the command line, input your search string, place the cursor at the right...
  10. Very interesting. And this shows the risks of...

    Very interesting. And this shows the risks of trying to tag for antecedent, since that is an exegetical decision and not a purely linguistic one, and thus subject to dispute. Is tagging actually how...
  11. Here, perhaps, is an example of something similar...

    Here, perhaps, is an example of something similar to what you're considering: καὶ ποιήσας φραγέλλιον ἐκ σχοινίων πάντας ἐξέβαλεν ἐκ τοῦ ἱεροῦ τά τε πρόβατα καὶ τοὺς βόας.... (John 2:15a BGT). Does...
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    I believe you're right about this. I imagine that...

    I believe you're right about this. I imagine that having the Analysis Window on the right and now configurable to be split into two columns is the reason for keeping the Search Window on the left,...
  13. Thread: Another Bug?

    by DavidR
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    My apologies, I read your post too hastily!

    My apologies, I read your post too hastily!
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    by DavidR
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    Might it depend on the program into which you're...

    Might it depend on the program into which you're trying to paste it? Some might be able to "receive" the color, and some not.
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    by DavidR
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    Expanding on this a bit, I keep the first tab...

    Expanding on this a bit, I keep the first tab dedicated to searching purposes, while I open various passages in other tabs. It means a bit of going back and forth among tabs, but I never lose my...
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    This is one of the all-too-many tools in...

    This is one of the all-too-many tools in BibleWorks that I haven't explored yet. As I understand your problem, you want to be able to view the full morphology code strings in one or both of the...
  17. Thread: BHS Apparatus

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    Wikipedia has a good, brief discussion indicating...

    Wikipedia has a good, brief discussion indicating the importance of this small papyrus: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nash_Papyrus. Its black-and-white photo of the MS is clearly readable; harder to...
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    I know a few Mac users who use NB just fine under...

    I know a few Mac users who use NB just fine under Parallels or Wine. But obviously that does add another layer of complication.

    I'm not familiar with Mellel, so I can't comment on it. As regards...
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    Don, The Lingua Workstation is needed for...

    Don,

    The Lingua Workstation is needed for doing work in non-Roman-alphabet languages. However, I believe they are planning to change the pricing and purchasing structure when v. 10 is released in...
  20. Thread: text comparison

    by DavidR
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    I haven't used this feature, so it's interesting...

    I haven't used this feature, so it's interesting to see how it works. I think the differences between BNT and WHT in Matt. 1:1, 9 have to do with the spelling of proper names (such as Δαυεὶδ with an...
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    I just tried it, and it failed if I copied and...

    I just tried it, and it failed if I copied and pasted the search string from Mark's post. But with BGM as search version, if I actually typed in the search string exactly as shown, it found all the...
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    The section of the Wikipedia page to which I...

    The section of the Wikipedia page to which I linked has a couple of examples, e.g., "mercy seat" for Hebrew kapporet, based on Luther's Gnadenstuhl.
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    Welcome to the forums, Stardoe! That's a good...

    Welcome to the forums, Stardoe! That's a good catch. The Vulgate, which Douay-Rheims is translating, has "sicut aves volantes," so yes, no doubt about it.
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    Oh, I gave up sighing over this a long time ago,...

    Oh, I gave up sighing over this a long time ago, Donald! I'm just glad I'm not one of the ones who have to work through this thread looking for suggestions that might be adopted.

    In fact, this is...
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    Sorry, I wrote a bit too hastily. What I meant...

    Sorry, I wrote a bit too hastily. What I meant was that the Douay-Rheims tended to use or invent Latinate terms rather than using ordinary English, in contrast to Tyndale's practice of using more...
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