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Thread: Is Eusebius' Church History online in Greek?

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    I keep telling Jim that he needs to get some of the student workers going on some BibleWorks projects, but for some reason the library has some problems with that.
    Michael Hanel
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Hanel View Post
    Note that this is now available for BibleWorks as a free download, as posted on the BibleWorks blog.
    This is really cool, thanks!

    I've tried downloading other additional files and come across these directions on the blog:

    "To install the files, download the archive and unzip the files to your /BibleWorks 9/databases folder. If you want the book name to display properly in your browse window, then you will need to append the following line to your default bookname file (typically books.bna in your /BibleWorks 9/init folder ..."

    For Eusebius text, do we need to append a line to the bookname file?

    If so, how does one do this? Do we need to download a special text editing program to edit this *.bna file?

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by robrecht View Post
    This is really cool, thanks!

    I've tried downloading other additional files and come across these directions on the blog:

    "To install the files, download the archive and unzip the files to your /BibleWorks 9/databases folder. If you want the book name to display properly in your browse window, then you will need to append the following line to your default bookname file (typically books.bna in your /BibleWorks 9/init folder ..."

    For Eusebius text, do we need to append a line to the bookname file?

    If so, how does one do this? Do we need to download a special text editing program to edit this *.bna file?

    Thanks!
    You don't need to, but you'll probably have a better overall experience. The .bna file is a simple text format, so you can open it with a program like Notepad or Wordpad on Windows. See this blog post for a bit more detail.
    Michael Hanel
    PhD candidate Classics Univ. of Cincinnati
    MDiv Concordia Seminary
    MA Classics Washington University
    Unofficial BibleWorks Blog
    LibraryThing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Hanel View Post
    You don't need to, but you'll probably have a better overall experience. The .bna file is a simple text format, so you can open it with a program like Notepad or Wordpad on Windows. See this blog post for a bit more detail.
    Thanks, Michael.

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    its good news im gonna check

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