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

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    www.jewishsoftware.com (T.E.S.Software) has a Mishnah on CD that they're selling for 70% off.
    Andrew

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    this can be turned into a bibleworks file?

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    Anyone know of an "English translated" Mishnah software?

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by haydnguy View Post
    Anyone know of an "English translated" Mishnah software?

    Thanks.
    Rodkinson's Talmud, which is an included module with the base package contains the entire Talmud in English, in which the Mishnah is included. But Davka Software (www.davka.com) also has a module of the Soncino Talmud for sale. Theirs includes both the Hebrew and Aramaic original text, along with an English translation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ISalzman View Post
    Rodkinson's Talmud, which is an included module with the base package contains the entire Talmud in English, in which the Mishnah is included. But Davka Software (www.davka.com) also has a module of the Soncino Talmud for sale. Theirs includes both the Hebrew and Aramaic original text, along with an English translation.
    Thanks ISalzman, somehow I missed seeing that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonhenry View Post
    Does anyone know of an electronic copy of the Mishnah that could be turned into a Bibleworks file?

    Yes, there is one 'free content' electronic or digital Mishnah in Hebrew available (link1) & English(link2), but one would need convert it from Unicode to CCAT, first before it could be imported into BibleWorks.

    (However, A
    n unpointed version of Pirke Aboth (Both in Hebrew/English) has been complied by Jay Palmer and can be downloaded at the unofficial Bibleworks blog: http://bibleworks.oldinthenew.org/?p=558 )

    If you want to make your own module here is what you'd need to do: First find a free content/public domain copy of the Mishnah in Unicode and take a string like this: משֶׁה קִבֵּל תּוֹרָה מִסִּינַי
    Then you would need to converte it (or re-transcribe it manually) like this: M$EH QIB".L T.WORFH MISI.YNAY before you could import it into BibleWorks.


    Your end result might look something like this when compared with the ROD version that ISalzman mentioned in the previous post:
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