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    Default Greek Fonts in Browse & Analysis Windows

    I have had no success changing fonts in my Browse Window by using the font selector. It looks okay if I stick to font <bwgkl>, but if I try to change to font <BibliaLS> all I get is strangeness in the BNT portion of my browse window.

    I am using BW-8, updated with relevant patches, and BibliaLS is installed on my Windows XP system.

    What am I doing wrong?

    Thanks for your efforts in giving help!

    Barry

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    Default No strangeness in mine

    Quote Originally Posted by Bear View Post
    I have had no success changing fonts in my Browse Window by using the font selector. It looks okay if I stick to font <bwgkl>, but if I try to change to font <BibliaLS> all I get is strangeness in the BNT portion of my browse window.

    I am using BW-8, updated with relevant patches, and BibliaLS is installed on my Windows XP system.

    What am I doing wrong?

    Thanks for your efforts in giving help!

    Barry
    Hi Barry,

    I tried changing the font on my system and had no trouble. (I run on Vista).
    I assume you are using the Options button under Tools to access Fonts.

    Sorry I couldn't help you out buddy.

    Take care.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bear View Post
    I have had no success changing fonts in my Browse Window by using the font selector. It looks okay if I stick to font <bwgkl>, but if I try to change to font <BibliaLS> all I get is strangeness in the BNT portion of my browse window.

    I am using BW-8, updated with relevant patches, and BibliaLS is installed on my Windows XP system.

    What am I doing wrong?

    Thanks for your efforts in giving help!

    Barry

    Note well, the BROWSE WINDOW font MUST be BWGrkl. The browse window functions natively with BW fonts. The Unicode part of the program is "behind the scenes" as an export option. If you select a Unicode font as an export font, it will work fine, but you cannot select a Unicode font as the Browse Window font because the Browse Window does not itself use Unicode.
    Michael Hanel
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    Default That Helps!

    Michael,
    I appreciate your insight! That will save me from beating my head against the wall. Wish I had asked sooner.

    Barry

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