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Thread: BW7 to HALOT in Libronix

  1. #11
    Join Date
    Apr 2004

    Default BW to Libronix grammars

    Quote Originally Posted by nylonguitar View Post
    My main question is how do I know what to type in the "web page, file to open, or exe to run" dialogue box in the ELM?
    That depends on the kind of Libronix resource and how it is indexed. The starting point is here: and

    Also, there is a lot that is not well described in Object Model Reference. For specific inquiries see the Logos automation newsgroup:

    Now, calling a Libronix grammar from BW--how do you want to call it? To find whether a particular Bible reference is found in it, you could (1) call the Exegetical Guide for that verse and look in the Grammar section (my preference), or (2) call for a search of that resource or collection for a Bible reference.
    If you want to put your cursor over a BW original language or mophology text and find the topics for 'Verb', 'Participle', etc. (like BW analysis window shows for its grammars), I don't have a clue. First, you'd have to figure how Libronix would do it itself.

  2. #12
    Join Date
    Feb 2009


    Thanks; I'll have to explore the logos newsgroups before I keep bothering this board with questions. I currently am using the exegetical guide for this sort of thing and it seems to be working pretty well for the time being.

  3. #13
    Join Date
    May 2004

    Default BW8 to Libronix

    Somewhere on here I found a java applet posted that links BW8 to the exegetical guide for that verse in Libronix. So if I right click on a Hebrew word in a BW8 verse, I get the option to go to Libronix exegetical guide for that verse, where there appears the Hebrew verse and I can choose words and then all the installed dictionary entrances and KB grammar entries occur. It works perfectly clicking on Go to Libronix Exegetical Guide in BW8 will not actually open Libronix. So if I anticipate using this, I must first open Libronix as well as BW8. But it works well.

  4. #14
    Join Date
    Dec 2008



    That's good to know. I was never able to get it to work. The level of technical expertise necessary was beyond my present ability. I do have hope however that one day, I'll be there.

    Your "work around" solution gives me hope.

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