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05-25-2004, 06:52 PM
BibleWorks Executable (Rev 1 6.0.009s)

BibleWorks Automatic Update Notification
Date: 05/25/04 at 19:50:38
Title: BibleWorks Executable (Rev 1 6.0.009s)

This patch contains the latest executable and a few Diagrammer enhancements.
- This one-time fix will ensure uniform font sizes within the same diagram and also between different computers running at different screen DPI. For existing files with text labels, the text labels will need to be manually adjusted after applying this patch.
- Moving selected items with arrow keys is much faster.
- The example diagram files are re-formatted
- Undo was shifting the diagram down and to the right
- Newly pasted material is now placed on "top", making it easier to select and move when overlapping other symbols
- Renamed the extender symbols
- Upright extender is freely sizable
- Dual conjunction symbol added
- If SHIFT is held down when disconnecting symbols, you can drag and
reposition the attached symbols.

To access these downloads go to the <Help|BibleWorks on the Web|Check for Web Updates...> option and follow the directions. This is a NOT a trial version. No access code is needed to download this patch.
If you have problems with this update please post a reply to this message on the BibleWorks Forum in the Official BibleWorks announcements section.

Affected Files:
books_sbl.bna | [init]
bw600.exe | [program]
bw600.map | [program]
bwgrkl.ttf | [program]
bwmaster.chm | [databases]
default.dwd | [init]
example_1phrasing.dgm | [diagram]
example_absolutes.dgm | [diagram]
example_adjective.dgm | [diagram]
example_adverb.dgm | [diagram]
example_appositive.dgm | [diagram]
example_clause subordinate.dgm | [diagram]
example_complement.dgm | [diagram]
example_conjunctions.dgm | [diagram]
example_direct address.dgm | [diagram]
example_direct object second.dgm | [diagram]
example_direct object.dgm | [diagram]
example_indirect object.dgm | [diagram]
example_infinitive adverbial.dgm | [diagram]
example_infinitive.dgm | [diagram]
example_paren nominative.dgm | [diagram]
example_participle adjectival adverbial.dgm | [diagram]
example_participle substantive.dgm | [diagram]
example_pendent nominative.dgm | [diagram]
example_pred nominative.dgm | [diagram]
example_predicate adjective.dgm | [diagram]
example_prep phrase.dgm | [diagram]
example_relative clause.dgm | [diagram]
example_subject-verb.dgm | [diagram]
example_subject-verb-do.dgm | [diagram]
shellexec.txt | [init]

Philip Brown
05-25-2004, 09:09 PM
Hi, All,

Just downloaded this and it has a major copy bug (at least on my system): Any attempt to copy something within BW will generate an error/information message:

The RTF Text is too large to for the clipboard. Do you want to save the data to a file.

You might want to hold off till this has been addressed.

05-25-2004, 10:52 PM
I have exactly the same problem. The error message I receive is as follows: "The RTF text is too large for the clipboard. Do you want to save the data to a file?"

If anyone knows how to correct the problem, please let me know!


Philip Brown
05-25-2004, 11:02 PM
You correct the problem by rolling back BW to the previous version.

Do the following steps:
1. Go to Help | Bibleworks on the web | Check for Web Updates
2. Once it finishes checking, go to Options and make sure the following options are checked: Show Downloaded Patches and Save Patch After Applying.
3. Find the patch you installed just previous to 009s. If have been installing all patches, it may be 009p or 009r. (I rolled back to 009p). The most recent patches are at the bottom of the list.
4. Check the box to the left of the patch
5. Click the Apply Selected Updates button

When BibleWorks reopens you should be back to a working version of the executable.

If you do not have the "Save Patch after applying" option checked under Options (in the web updater), then you will probably have to copy the bw600.exe file off your install disk to your BibleWorks directory.

05-26-2004, 05:00 AM
I see they've corrected the problem by releasing another update (t)!

Thanks to the BibleWorks team for sorting it out so promptly!

In Him