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    Hello,

    how do I display my own version info for my database so that itīs displaying in the version tab? I know Iīve done that earlier, probably with BW8 but I totally forgot it.

    Thx for help.
    Steffen

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    1) open BibleWorks;
    2) go in the directory "Program Files\BW.....\databases", click on any file with .bww extension (as A83.bww, or ABYM.bww, or ........)
    3) BW provides to open in BibleWorks the .bww information bible file,
    4) edit the text with your bible information (formats text as you want),
    5) save (File\save as) as the Version ID of your bible.

    Pasquale
    Last edited by pasquale; 05-23-2015 at 10:16 AM.

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    Thx, Pasquale.

    Steffen

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    Quote Originally Posted by christlove View Post
    Hello,

    how do I display my own version info for my database so that itīs displaying in the version tab? I know Iīve done that earlier, probably with BW8 but I totally forgot it.

    Thx for help.
    Steffen
    Another way is to right click on the version name in the browse window.
    Select "Edit version notes for this version"
    BW will open a floating Editor window for you.
    Enter the information you want, save the new file BW has created for you, and you have your "Copyright and Source Information" in place.

    --Jim

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Wert View Post
    Another way is to right click on the version name in the browse window.
    Select "Edit version notes for this version"
    BW will open a floating Editor window for you.
    Enter the information you want, save the new file BW has created for you, and you have your "Copyright and Source Information" in place.

    --Jim
    Well, now I remember how Iīve done it in the past.
    Thx, Jim.

    Steffen

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    Hi, I'm new here and to Bibleworks.
    Sorry for the off topic post, but I'm trying to post a question in a new thread. When I try to submit the post, it redirects me to a page which says that the moderators will review my thread and post it. It's been several days, and my question still isn't up (let alone answered). Is this normal? Who are the moderators?

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    hypershock,
    Actually your thread was started 5/23/15 12 a.m. and it is definitely posted. As of today nobody answered your questions. The moderators work for BibleWorks. And since they are busy helping out people who have recently ordered BW10, I imagine that it takes them a little longer than normal to check out a new poster to the forum. But you passed. Hope you get an answer soon.
    Mark Eddy

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