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.
This looks really interesting and I'd like to check it out if its still available. I don't see a file or a link.