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  • e-Sword Version: 9.x - 10.x

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Download LXX-BYZ - Transliterated Septuagint OT and Majority Text NT.bblx.exe

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

The Septuagint (LXX/Greek Old Testament) and The Majority Text (Greek New Testament): The New Testament in the Original Greek, Byzantine Textform;

Edited by Maurice A. Robinson and William G. Pierpont.
(Transliteration)

A Word of Truth Module
http://ourchurch.com.../o/observations
Module created by Jeff Huddleston


I like the combination of the Septuagint OT and English Majority NT transliterations but this module causes my Compare tab to cut off entirely or it diminishes the size of font down to 2 or 3 points, depending on the time that I downloaded it. I have downloaded twice at about 6 months apart. The second time was just to see if the first problem had been overcome. It had somewhat but the font problem was introduced. As soon as these problems have been fixed, I plan to download the module again. It is well worth it. I will just keep it away from my Compare tab.

Marvin: Sorry it has taken so long to answer your post. I never even noticed this problem before and I use the module regularly, but only in studying the NT. The problem is due to the way I had to format the text of the OT (which is when this happens). At the end of each verse I wasn't able able to "wrap up" the superscript formatting of the Strong's numbers or morphological tags with a } ...the NT text I used gave me a space at the end of each verse and I was able to take advantage of that when I did global "Find"/"Replace"; the OT didn't have the space. The only way I could resolve the superscript formatting for each verse of the OT was to put the } at the beginning of the next verse (that's why the OT references are small). The only way to fix this problem (as far as I know) is to go through the OT and manually put the } at the end of the verse and globally remove the } from the beginning of the verse. My LXX-WH (Westcott-Hort) module is built the same way. I may still have the original plain text files for these modules if anyone would be interested in trying to fix this. If I get a chance I will explore these modules and see if I can come up with a way to correct this myself, but as of late my time is very limited. Thanks.

Does it work, I still have a issue with it, when I go tot he OT books they all have symbols, numbers in it...

Marvin: Sorry it has taken so long to answer your post. I never even noticed this problem before and I use the module regularly, but only in studying the NT. The problem is due to the way I had to format the text of the OT (which is when this happens). At the end of each verse I wasn't able able to "wrap up" the superscript formatting of the Strong's numbers or morphological tags with a } ...the NT text I used gave me a space at the end of each verse and I was able to take advantage of that when I did global "Find"/"Replace"; the OT didn't have the space. The only way I could resolve the superscript formatting for each verse of the OT was to put the } at the beginning of the next verse (that's why the OT references are small). The only way to fix this problem (as far as I know) is to go through the OT and manually put the } at the end of the verse and globally remove the } from the beginning of the verse. My LXX-WH (Westcott-Hort) module is built the same way. I may still have the original plain text files for these modules if anyone would be interested in trying to fix this. If I get a chance I will explore these modules and see if I can come up with a way to correct this myself, but as of late my time is very limited. Thanks.

Jeff, if the problem still exists and you think the answer is just to move the "}" from the beginning of each verse to the end of each verse I'm willing to give it a shot. Let me know how I can get the original plain text files from you and I'll try to fix them. Thanks.

Oh well, using Westcott and Hort, I won't bother with this.


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