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  • Submitted: Jul 13 2018 02:15 PM
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  • Author: Eliran Wong
  • e-Sword Version: 9.x - 10.x
  • Tab Name: OGNT
  • Suggest New Tag:: interlinear, bible, gnt, greek, new testament, na28, na27, linguistics, opentext, tyndale house

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Download [OpenGNT.com] Open Greek New Testament Resources [OGNT]; NA28 / NA27 Equivalent & Interlinear 2.8

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Scripture New Testament Textual Criticism
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Author:
Eliran Wong

e-Sword Version:
9.x - 10.x

Tab Name:
OGNT

Suggest New Tag::
interlinear, bible, gnt, greek, new testament, na28, na27, linguistics, opentext, tyndale house

Substantial Update:

Open Greek New Testament Project have been substantially updated since my last release of e-Sword modules.

Older versions will no longer be supported.

To avoid confusion, new version is uploaded at:

http://www.biblesupp...le-iphone-ipad/


(This page will no longer be maintained.)

What's New in Version 2.8 (See full changelog)

  • 2.8 - updated "OGNTii.bbli"; revised 322 glosses
  • 2.7 - updated "OGNTii.bbli"; added newly developed OpenGNTGloss (context sensitive) + Indicator (a red flag in superscript) for main clause division according to Levinsohn's GNT discourse features
  • 2.6 - added OGNTd.bbli - Open Greek New Testament (w/ inline commentary of Levinsohn's GNTDF + Levinsohn's clause division + textual variants)
  • 2.5 - added a commentary file on Levinsohn's Greek New Testament Discourse Features
  • 2.4 - updated file "OGNT+.lexi, fixed entry G5484
  • 2.3 updated OGNT-NET.bbli; annotations aligned with GNT_annotation_v1.0, newly updated by McMaster Divinity College
  • 2.2 added OGNTi+ - Traditional Interlinear, works only in Mac / Apple Devices.
  • 2.1 added OGNTk.bbli - Formatted in Koine Greek; created for advanced users
  • 2.0 added rmac.dcti - enhanced version of RMAC dictionary for description on morphological codes. Please note that it will replace official e-Sword rmac.dcti, which has only 1100 entries. Eliran Wong fixed wrong entries found in the original one, reformatted and added an extra of 289 entries in this enhanced version.
  • 1.9 align book abbreviations in OGNT+.lexi with e-Sword abbreviations so that bible reference works properly
  • 1.8 Credits information added
  • 1.7 added OGNT-NET.bbli - Open Greek New Testament + OpenText Linguistic Annotation + Clause boundaries (blue brackets in superscript) + Phrase boundaries (red brackets in superscript) + The NET Bible┬« verse text (no Notes) - 2nd Edition; New Testament"
  • 1.6 added OGNTii.bbli - Open Greek New Testament (Inline Interlinear Tyndale House's glosses w/ variants)
  • 1.5 added OGNTii+.bbli - Open Greek New Testament (Inline Interlinear Tyndale House's glosses w/ variants + Tyndale House's extended Strong's numbers + James Tauber's morphology)
  • 1.4 OGNT+.lexi added
  • 1.3 correct OGNT+.bbli; added Strong's number support in table "Details"
  • 1.2 correct OGNT+.bbli, fixed an issue on accents so that OGNT+ can work properly with OGNT.dcti; added separator between Strong's numbers and morphology
  • 1.1 correct OGNTv.bbli, added 5 missing variants
  • 1.0 correct accents to make dictionary working in e-Sword X


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He means that the content you quoted is from Abbott-Smith lexicon [AS], you may refer to the list of abbreviations in that lexicon.
Sorry, I misread the sentence. However, I just posted an example of the kinds of abbreviations in the TBESG. What I was looking for is a list of all the abbreviations used in the TBESG, just like I have for LSJ lexicon. See: http://stephanus.tlg...reviations.html Perhaps there is no such thing. Thanks for you replies.
Sorry again. I found a list of AS abbreviations. Are all the entries in OGNT+ from the AS lexicon? If so, I now have them all. SEE: https://archive.org/...lexic00abborich Thanks again.
I think the creator of TEBSG combines several lexicons, mainly AS, LSJ, and MLSJ

version 2.6 OGNTd.bbli - Open Greek New Testament (w/ inline commentary of Levinsohn's GNTDF + Levinsohn's clause division + textual variants)

 

(Remarks: Notes work perfectly in Mac/iPhone/iPad.  PC version of e-Sword, however, does not support "Notes" features for 3rd party module.  I had sent the file to Rick, creator of e-Sword and see if he will make it official.)

 

Clause division is represented by a line break, with each clause starts with a symbol ┬░.

Inline commentary of Levinsohn's GNTDF is represented by note marked with "R1, R2, R3, etc." 

Text variants are represented by note marked with "N1, N2, N3, etc."

Notice to PC users: PC version is now available at http://www.biblesupp...interlinear-26/

Thanks for all this great work. The Word of the Lord magnified!

 

Now, any plan to fix the OGNTi+ so that the verses don't disappear off the right hand edge of the screen in the PC version? Would be a tremendous fix.

 

Thanks again and bless you.

Display problem of traditional interlinear in PC version of e-Sword is a known issue.  It is nothing to do with my data.  It is something to do with the capability of e-Sword program itself.  The problem takes root in the PC version itself, not my database.  Mac / iPhone / iPad version displays the interlinear perfectly.  

 

The PC files here are converted by Rick, the creator of e-Sword program, who told me that PC version does not support html div.  That's why he changed the format to table.  However, "table" doesn't not breaks into new lines automatically, when they reach the edge.  I "guess" Rick is aware of it and working to fix it.  A simply fix, I think, he may consider, is to support horizontal scroll, so that users can scroll "over the edge".

2.7 - updated "OGNTii.bbli"; added newly developed OpenGNTGloss (context sensitive) + Indicator (a red flag in superscript) for main clause division according to Levinsohn's GNT discourse features

 

Read details about OpenGNTGloss at https://github.com/eliranwong/OpenGNT

 

This set of glosses is under on-going revisions.  You are welcomed to report errors or make suggestions.

version 2.7 - you may need to remove old OGNTii.bbli or OGNTii.bblx first before installing the latest OGNTii.bbli


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