b-greek digest: October 14, 1998

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Thu Oct 15 06:47:29 EDT 1998

What about Gramcord?  Should that not be considered?

On Thu, 15 Oct 1998 00:00:00 -0400 "Biblical Greek digest"
<b-greek at franklin.oit.unc.edu> writes:
>Biblical Greek Digest for Wednesday, October 14, 1998.
>1. Romans 3:1 --- No Verb?!
>2. Two computer-related questions
>3. Re: Romans 3:1 --- No Verb?!
>4. The "wife man" (was: Re: Romans 3:1 --- No Verb?!)
>5. Re: LXX Syntax of the Relative Pronoun
>6. Check your settings: Double copies of postings
>7. Re: Check your settings: Double copies of postings
>8. Adverbial aor ptcs of subsequent time rfc (LONG)
>9. Re: LXX Syntax of the Relative Pronoun
>10. Re: Software
>11. Re: Software
>Subject: Two computer-related questions
>From: "Ed Gorham" <aekalm at a-znet.com>
>Date: Wed, 14 Oct 1998 0:47:0
>X-Message-Number: 2
>I read in yesterday's digest that for Windows 95, Bible Works is the 
>preferred software program.
>Same for Windows '98?
>Also, regarding Greek fonts...I haven't downloaded any yet, primarily 
>because I am assuming that some are more mailable/transferrable than 
>others.  Is this a false assumption, i.e. would the Greek font I 
>be received well by someone else with a different one? If not, are 
>fonts more widely used than others?
>The cyber-novice thanks you in advance.
>-Ed Gorham
>aekalm at a-znet.com

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