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    Default LXX Swete - 4th Edition 1909 reprinted 1925 - cum Apparatus in VS1 tab

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    Work in progress:
    19.01.2016:
    completed the text (rev. 01), apparatus and appendix (rev. 01).

    Last edited by pasquale; 02-09-2016 at 11:17 AM.

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    Default Thanks, Pasquale

    It works well. Two observations:

    1. Since the text doesn't appear when I toggle into interlinear mode, can I assume that this was not compiled as an OT text?

    2. I unblocked the CHM file to make it readable, but it doesn't appear in the Verse tab unless I expand it into a new window. Any suggestions?

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    Thanks for the swift correction, Pasquale. Looking forward to the full text.

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    Excellent, Pasquale! Thank you!
    Mark G. Vitalis Hoffman
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    The compiled text file displays properly in the browse window. But the .chm file does not show any contents in the Vs1 window. It is listed in the drop-down list of apparati, but there appears to be nothing in it. I checked the properties, and the file is NOT blocked. I assume I was supposed to unzip it to the BW10 databases file.
    Thanks again for all your work, Pasquale,
    Mark Eddy

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    Default Same Issue

    I am experiencing the same issue as Mark Eddy.

    The compiled text file displays properly in the browse window. But the .chm file does not show any contents in the Vs1 window. It is listed in the drop-down list of apparati, but there appears to be nothing in it. I checked the properties, and the file is NOT blocked. I assume I was supposed to unzip it to the BW10 databases file.

    Thanks for labor
    נֹתֵ֣ן לֶ֭חֶם לְכָל־בָּשָׂ֑ר כִּ֖י לְעוֹלָ֣ם חַסְדּֽוֹ׃

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    Update: Although I see nothing in the Vs1 window for LXX Swete, critical apparatus, when I click on "Expand," a Help window opens in which I can see the "Contents" of what should be visible, but nothing displays in the text area of that Help window.
    When I go to the drop-down list of "Resources" and choose "LXX Swete ..." from the "Text Criticism" list, the same Help window opens with the same lack of information in the text box. That is, on my Windows 10 computer. On my XP computer, I can see information in the Help window, when I choose it from the options in the "Resources" list. I do not know if the operating system makes the difference, or if something else is to blame.
    Mark Eddy

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    Default Works for me in Windows 7

    I downloaded LXX-SW for the first time this morning, and all parts of it worked fine right out of the box. No unblocking, no tweaking.
    - the version
    - the Resource
    - tab Vs1

    I am using Windows 7, BW 10.0.4.132

    --Jim

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    It seems to work well in the Vs1 window for me. I unblocked the CHM file before I started BW10. The only time I get an error in the Vs1 window is if I put my mouse over a verse which has no textual critical notes. For instance, Genesis 1:16. Then I get an error message. Otherwise, the textual apparatus shows up fine.

    Great work, Pasquale. You're a pro at this stuff.
    Michael Hanel
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    I am having same good results as Hanel. (Unblock CHM, Win10) Great work again by Pasquale!
    Mark G. Vitalis Hoffman
    Professor of Biblical Studies
    Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg
    ltsg.edu - CrossMarks.com
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