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  1. Thread: Mishnah

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    Mishnah

    Does anyone know of an electronic copy of the Mishnah that could be turned into a Bibleworks file?
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    Wow!

    WOW!
    WOW!

    I can say nothing but that, except a big "Thank you!"
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    Plumley's Introductory Coptic Grammar

    What are the chances that some bright module-compiler out there could convert one of these formats to a BW compatible file?

    It is available in html and doc formats at:...
  4. Thread: Selling BW6

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    In other words, it's not worth it. Thanks for...

    In other words, it's not worth it. Thanks for finding that so quickly!
  5. Thread: Selling BW6

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    Selling BW6

    I know I saw the answer to this last year upon upgrading to BW7, but now I do not remember the answer: Is it possible (i.e. LEGAL) to resell an older copy of BW that you no longer use?
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    BibleWorks fonts are licensed from the SBL, if...

    BibleWorks fonts are licensed from the SBL, if I'm not mistaken (that's what the SBL site states, anyway). You might see if the SBL has the correct characters in their font foundation. If so, it...
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    Thanks!

    Thank you for this post! I especially love the self-extracting format - it's very professional looking!
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    Where Greek Conjunction de=Waw+patach

    I'm trying to figure out how to match all the instances where the Greek particle conjunction de has been used to translate waw+patach (in general, looking for the waw-consecutive, or whatever you...
  9. Thread: Bdag / Bagd

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    As a former BAGD user, and now a BDAG user, I...

    As a former BAGD user, and now a BDAG user, I like the layout of BDAG better. Little things, like the bold font in the headers, help a lot. Of course now that I have BDAG on BW7, I don't crack the...
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    Thank You

    Thanks for all your hard work!

    I'm not sure exactly how or when I will use Augustine's works in my line of work (not being a church historian), but I'm sure the time will come for a pithy quote...
  11. New user modules are cool

    New user modules are cool
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    I'd be willing to trade a little English for some...

    I'd be willing to trade a little English for some of that ability!
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    Is this the BibleWorks forum, or the PaganWorks...

    Is this the BibleWorks forum, or the PaganWorks forum? :)

    I remember when I was first exposed to OT comparative studies, I was a little worried about my professor. He just seemed to know way to...
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    does this help?

    There is a discussion on Ben Witherington's blog (Mark Goodacre chimes in w/ more on Duke). http://www.blogger.com/comment.g?blogID=11840313&postID=115740241868705252

    Also, just last night I was...
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    A Start

    I've attached a ASE search that will find most (something like 99%?) of the Genitive Absolutes. I believe the only ones missing are those rare cases where the participle exists as a Gen. Abs. without...
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    My opinion (as of now)

    I believe that syntactical searches provide a helpful way of homing in on certain usages, and would be great for those trying to understand certain patterns of syntax. It's all part of "working from...
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    This is very nice! I appreciate all the hard...

    This is very nice! I appreciate all the hard work, and it works beautifully.

    I was just thinking the other day about how TC could open up to the average scholar even more if actual texts were...
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    I would make a comment about some of the public...

    I would make a comment about some of the public domain items that L. charges good money for, but that is beyond the topic of this thread.
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    The "Church Dogmatics" summer VBS, with all-new...

    The "Church Dogmatics" summer VBS, with all-new songs and skits by G. Bromiley!
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    RGG as a Help File

    From the bit I've been able to use Robertson today, it seems that one of the cons attached to this grammar is significantly alleviated in the electronic format. Most who have used and reviewed the...
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    I continue to be thankful for all of the work put...

    I continue to be thankful for all of the work put into BW7, and now even more. Thank you.
  22. I just found the site yesterday, ironically at...

    I just found the site yesterday, ironically at the same time as I read this discussion. Hopefully this isn't another case of a private person commiting copywrite infraction -- I've seen that a time...
  23. Mishna, etc.

    One may also find e-sword modules of the Babylonian Talmud, the Mishna, the Kitzer Shulchan Aruch at http://www.thesword.us/ebibles/index.html
    (Scroll to the bottom of the page)
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    I'm curious (not having had experience in the...

    I'm curious (not having had experience in the module-building business) if a PDF --> HTML (or HTM...or even RTF) batch converter would speed things up? I've seen these. Could that take away some of...
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    Wow. . .that is with regards to both the...

    Wow. . .that is with regards to both the opportunity abd the task!
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