Linking to Libronix Greek Grammar Beyond the Basics
Can anyone give me instructions on how to link to Wallaces' Greek Grammar Beyond Basics and Van der Merwe's Biblical Hebrew Reference Grammar in Logos?
Thanks in advance!
Prof. Kevin W. Woodruff, M. Div., M. S. I. S.
Special Collections and Special Projects Librarian/Instructor in Christian Studies
Bryan College Library
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Dayton, Tennessee 37321
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The these grammars are not tagged by the original language manuscript or lemmas. As such, you cannot select a word and link to them as you would a lexicon.
How do you want to link to these resources and maybe an alternative plan can be suggested?
Here is a brief video of how you can create a Logos workspace to assist in linking from BibleWorks to get access to the Wallace Grammar. It will work with Hebrew Grammars as well. It identifies anywhere in the grammar where there is a reference to the verse you are studying similar to the way the resource summary would work in BW.
This is the first time I used the video software, so please forgive the amateur nature of it. If you want more information on the either the Logos workspace or the external resource I used called Logos NASB, let me know. You can use the built in external link that comes with BW called Logos KJV and then replace the NASB with the KJV on the Logos side.
Here is the link. I would not try to stream this video with a dial up connection... warning...
Hope this helps
John, the video works fine. Thank you for your efforts. It is so much easier to see the display vs. reading a list of steps. MVP is fitting for you. God Bless
Very, very nice! I stand in awe and appreciation.
Originally Posted by jfidel
Libronix version of BW7 Resource Summary
The link below is from Libronix blog showing how you can use the Libronix Exegetical Guide similar to the BW Resource Summary window. It works for grammars and lexicons you may have already purchased under the Libronix format. In terms of speed, there is no comparison between the two. BW programmers have an incredible focus on the Text.