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  1. Hmm...? I'm only 65 verses, namely: Gen. 43:14;...

    Hmm...? I'm only 65 verses, namely: Gen. 43:14; Num. 8:16; Jdg. 5:12; 7:10; 18:10; 1 Sam. 23:20; 2 Sam. 6:20; 15:8; 16:7; 20:16; 2 Ki. 6:21; 1 Chr. 24:6; Neh. 1:7; Est. 4:16; Job 19:21; Ps. 25:3;...
  2. There is another way... It's fast and easy, but...

    There is another way...
    It's fast and easy, but I don't know that it will give you exactly the results you want.

    Use WTM
    Search on: '#1@v* #1@v* =sapgns

    The trick is the...
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    @postiffm: Thanks! That actually makes a little...

    @postiffm: Thanks! That actually makes a little better sense of the permutation deal. I agree that's it's probably best to use unpermutated searches.
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    As Morten noted, using the NOT here will kick out all the verses that have a participle or infinitive, even if they have an indicative or other mood.

    Morten noted one way of getting the results...
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    Hi, Morten. Maybe a couple things to suggest...

    Hi, Morten. Maybe a couple things to suggest coming from my experience trying to teach students as well...

    F1 Help: With the cursor clicked in the command line, hitting F1 will bring up the Help...
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    If it's the text comparison highlighting you are...

    If it's the text comparison highlighting you are asking about, remember: With the mouse clicked anywhere in the browse window, typing "e" is a toggle turning highlighting on/off.
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    That's a good idea, Dan. I am in fact syncing all...

    That's a good idea, Dan. I am in fact syncing all my notes through SugarSync, and so I keep everything coordinated whether I use my home or seminary computer. It takes some messing around (SugarSync...
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    I'm in exactly the same situation as you, Dan. I...

    I'm in exactly the same situation as you, Dan. I also paid for the first year of SugarSync but wondering whether to renew.

    I"ve got stuff on free space in Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, Copy, and...
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    Grazie e un Felice Anno Nuovo!

    Grazie e un Felice Anno Nuovo!
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    "How can I search all Greek verbs in participle...

    "How can I search all Greek verbs in participle perfect, passive, vocative?"

    In command line:
    L >> Enter (to clear limits)
    bgm >> Enter (choose morphological version of Greek)
    .*@vpxpv* >>...
  11. Thread: Links for ERMIE

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    Thanks for sharing that list. Have you...

    Thanks for sharing that list. Have you incorporated those into your ERMIE? If so, would you be willing to share the ERM file so that we could simply import it into own ERMIEs?
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    I am in the same situation, Martin. Should I stay...

    I am in the same situation, Martin. Should I stay with the paid version 8 or upgrade to the free version 9 which looks to offer the same thing. I contacted Tavultesoft, and I received a standard...
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    RE: HD space, may I suggest that you look at this...

    RE: HD space, may I suggest that you look at this installation guide I provide to my students HERE.

    As noted in the first installation guide, a full install of BW9 runs about 15GB. You can omit......
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    Actually--depending on how detailed the search...

    Actually--depending on how detailed the search is--you can do what you are asking. You need to use the Graphical Search Engine.
    It is simply an "and" search looking for a word in Greek and a word in...
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    Thanks, Jim. You confirmed what I suspected. ...

    Thanks, Jim. You confirmed what I suspected.
    I'll be sure to be more attentive to updating! :p
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    Deleting log files?

    In my BibleWorks9 /init subdirectory, I have over 200 files taking up 475MB of space that appear to be log files associated with updates. They date back to 2011!
    For each update, it appears that...
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    Since I do own a Logos library, I often use it on...

    Since I do own a Logos library, I often use it on my Android phone. Otherwise, I most often use MySword for Android. It's fast and has most of the texts I want.
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    Thanks, David!

    Thanks, David!
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    Confirming error in CNTTS Apparatus

    Ok, I think I'm reading things correctly, but I'm asking for some confirmation before I report an error in the CNTTS apparatus.
    Verse is 1 John 2.2
    Here is what the CNTTS has:
    1230
    As I read it,...
  20. Thread: newbie questions

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    Welcome! If you don't know the original...

    Welcome!
    If you don't know the original languages, then I'm not so sure how helpful BDAG will be for you. A common fallacy is to look in a lexicon and think that just because a word might mean X it...
  21. Thread: newbie questions

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    I think you'll find all the info you need HERE ...

    I think you'll find all the info you need HERE on my blog.
    For Hebrew, look HERE.
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    I don't know if this will work (and I don't want...

    I don't know if this will work (and I don't want to mess with my languages to find out!), but I recommend PureText.
    It's free. It's a tiny program. It runs in the background.
    Here's its...
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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.
  25. 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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