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    hypershock, I was nodding my head in agreement...

    hypershock, I was nodding my head in agreement with Rokas and Mark. But you help me realize that different people do have different learning styles, and it's clear that you know yours. I don't really...
  2. Many thanks, Rokas! I realize the BW Command Line...

    Many thanks, Rokas! I realize the BW Command Line is a special creature, not just an ordinary text editor, but I do hope it may be possible to implement this.
  3. Thanks, Morten, that will help me too, when I...

    Thanks, Morten, that will help me too, when I finally get around to upgrading!
  4. I haven't gotten BW 10 yet, so someone tell me if...

    I haven't gotten BW 10 yet, so someone tell me if this is already in it. For years, I've wished that, when editing command lines, it were possible to use Ctrl+Left/Right Arrow to move backward or...
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    Jim, I'm not quite sure I understand what you're...

    Jim, I'm not quite sure I understand what you're aiming at. I haven't tried this myself, but if the KWIC is giving you "a list of all of the individual forms of the verb in the Aramaic portions of...
  6. I'm not really sure which programs read Unicode...

    I'm not really sure which programs read Unicode and which don't. Nota Bene does not yet, but I think Word does. That might explain the multiple results available in Word. And I'm not saying that what...
  7. Rokas, my apologies for misreading your original...

    Rokas, my apologies for misreading your original post--I overlooked the fact that you're copying from the Analysis Window, not the Browse Window (which was what I tested).

    When copying from the...
  8. Rokas, when you say that if you copy Hebrew or...

    Rokas, when you say that if you copy Hebrew or Greek to the clipboard and then paste it anywhere externally, you get Roman characters instead of Hebrew or Greek, what exactly does "anywhere" include?...
  9. You're probably already aware of this, and it's...

    You're probably already aware of this, and it's somewhat inconvenient, since you have to do it each time you're looking at a CHM module, but Ctrl + + (hold Ctrl while tapping the + key, either on the...
  10. Jim, I had no idea that was possible. My own...

    Jim, I had no idea that was possible. My own fault for not testing each and every one of the options! :D This will save me lots of work looking up lemmata in the Lexicon Browser.

    I'll look...
  11. Thanks, Lee. That's definitely not the case for...

    Thanks, Lee. That's definitely not the case for me in BW9--I can choose only one Greek and one Hebrew lexicon as default. Another reason to upgrade to 10!
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    Thanks for this point, Donald. I see it quite...

    Thanks for this point, Donald. I see it quite clearly when I look back at Robinson's comments on Comfort and Barrett's treatment of P75.

    As for copying and pasting, I find somewhat surprisingly...
  13. Mark, I haven't gotten BW10 yet (waiting for my...

    Mark, I haven't gotten BW10 yet (waiting for my tax refund! :) ), but I'm curious about this ability to "view as many as you own" of Greek lexicons in the Analysis Window together in BW9. At least in...
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    There is a (now possibly outdated) review of...

    There is a (now possibly outdated) review of Comfort and Barrett from 2001 here: http://rosetta.reltech.org/TC/v06/CB2001rev.html. The reviewer is Maurice A. Robinson. He is quite critical at a...
  15. crossnote, I'm curious what app you use on your...

    crossnote, I'm curious what app you use on your Android device. I use OliveTree's Bible study app and texts on my Android phone, and they are outstanding in that limited environment. But (with my...
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    I think Skip has hit the nail on the head. The...

    I think Skip has hit the nail on the head. The very different ordering of chapters in the last half of Jeremiah between the Septuagint and the Masoretic Hebrew text is one of the big puzzles in Old...
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    I don't think there's a setting that could be...

    I don't think there's a setting that could be causing this (though I certainly don't know everything about the settings!). I had a similar problem at one point...
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    I use OliveTree on my Android phone (and earlier...

    I use OliveTree on my Android phone (and earlier on Palm). I find that it does a good job with original languages as well as a variety of English versions for what I want. I use the NA/USB NT Greek...
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    I can confirm all this: the MS of B clearly has...

    I can confirm all this: the MS of B clearly has the omega, not omicron; the only Nestle-Aland I have at hand is ed. 26, but it lists B along with 1, 33, 614*, 1243 as having that reading. So yes,...
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    Mark, was this a reply to Chip Sellars? If so, NB...

    Mark, was this a reply to Chip Sellars? If so, NB that post is 6 months old.
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    Hi Helen, and welcome to the BibleWorks forum! ...

    Hi Helen, and welcome to the BibleWorks forum!

    Are you trying to type in the BibleWorks editor, or in Word or some other word processor?
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    I do use it and find it helpful, sometimes in...

    I do use it and find it helpful, sometimes in conjunction with the Metzger Textual Commentary and/or NET Bible notes. Working on a sermon on Matthew 18:15-20 just now, it was useful for getting some...
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    Or, as Sherlock Holmes said near the end of "His...

    Or, as Sherlock Holmes said near the end of "His Last Bow," following an extended period of impersonating an American, "I beg your pardon, Watson, my well of English seems to be permanently defiled."
  24. Have you tried the Popup Copy function? BW...

    Have you tried the Popup Copy function? BW creates a system-wide hotkey (the default is Ctrl+Shift+B) that, when pressed in another program such as OneNote, pops up a little window with the current...
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    Not a solution, but perhaps some help:...

    Not a solution, but perhaps some help: BibleGateway has the NIV UK version, and the Anglicised NRSV (that's right, Anglicised, not Anglicized). Once you've done your research in BibleWorks and know...
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