Last edited by pasquale; 03-31-2009 at 05:01 PM.
This looks fascinating! Any chance you could tranlsate the words on the buttons from Italian into English?
Silly me... I had simply disabled the macros, and was just appreciating the data in the tables.
Now that I have enabled the macros, I see what Greg means. With a little trial/error I can figure out what the Italian means, but I'm not clear on what the macro is doing. Putting in a "Textual Reference" does not seem to make any difference. (Does one enter a Book ch:v? A book? An eapck? Or the #s 0=e, 1=a...?) What are the results I'm actually getting?
Thanks, pasquale. I think I understand now. The macro doesn't search for manuscripts that have a particular text reference. Rather, if you have a text reference, using the tables, you can note which manuscripts/witnesses are involved. Then, using the macro, you can enter the text reference, then select the mss/witnesses, and then create a handy table for making comparative evaluations. Bello!
If I understand correctly, the "Statistical Data" options simply allow for more specific identification of those texts which have some variety of background depending on eapc content.