I’m pleased to release the Samaritan Pentateuch as digitized by Aleksandr Sigalov, who blogs at http://thedeserttabernacle.blogspot.com.
I’ve included three different “Version” databases in this release. The SAMH (the Hebrew text), the SAME (Mr. Sigalov’s adaptation of the KJV to reflect differences in the Samaritan Pentateuch) and the UWTT (a modification of BibleWorks WTT file that ‘ambiguates’ the sin (שׂ) and šin (שׁ) with ש and removes the ‘paragraph markers,’ the Petuhah (פ) and the Setuma (ס). This allows the Text Comparison tool in BibleWorks to compare the UWTT with the SAMH to give a pretty good representation of the differences).
More information about this release (including the download link) is found on the Unofficial BibleWorks Blog.
NOTE: These versions may need the latest version of BW (with updates) to display correctly.