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    Default BW8: More Context Tab Improvements 8.0.009c

    The context tabs can now be deleted and you can now add new context tabs. The new functioanlity is accessed as usual by right clicking on a tab. Also, the command line "tabset" or "t" command now uses the user defined tab names.

    Until this is tested a bit, it is only available as a beta version. To see the download you have to open up the updater in BW and click on the options menu. Enter "BW8BETA" as the access code (no quotes). Then the update should become visible. Take a look if you are curious, but only if you are comfortable with a test version. There is some risk of loss of previously defined context files, but we have tried to maintain compatibility with previous context files. You may or may not want to back up your SWC files before using the new features.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MBushell View Post
    The context tabs can now be deleted and you can now add new context tabs. The new functioanlity is accessed as usual by right clicking on a tab. Also, the command line "tabset" or "t" command now uses the user defined tab names.
    Super, super, super fantabulous! BW is truly everything I could have asked for in a Bible software program.

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    FWIW, the t <tabname> function does not work if your tab name is more than one word.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adelphos View Post
    FWIW, the t <tabname> function does not work if your tab name is more than one word.
    Hi,
    I've named my newest tab 'The Lord is there' from the daily reading from friday.

    Gilbert

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    This is a truly helpful new feature. I am wondering why I didn't ask for it earlier.

    Will

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