David J. Sugg
djsugg at bigfoot.com
Tue Jan 8 16:32:30 EST 2002
Through an off list exchange with Chris Lang, I discovered that the reason
I have been getting the definitions is that I have been using the window
feature within Gramcord Lite, rather than just the note feature. The note
feature only gives the parsing. The window feature gives the parsing and
the definition. I am not sure if the definition is coming from the NASB +
Strongs part of the Olive Tree Bible reader, or if it is from Gramcord
Lite itself. To access the window feature, write a "w" in the graffiti
area. Once the window appears, tap on the word in question in the greek
text. Hope this clears this problem up for everyone.
Dangerous Little Greek
> I have been using Gramcord Lite for about a month. As someone teaching
> myself Greek, I have found it very helpful, and easy to use. I am puzzeled
> by Bob Vincent's comment that he does not get definitions, only parsing. I
> am using the latest version, and I do get definitions, along with the
> parsing. I find it has helped in trying to establish the habit of daily
> reading the Greek NT, as my vocabulary is still limited to the 100x and up
> level, and my grammar skills still need a lot of work. I have been more
> than satisfied with the program, and think it is a good buy at $45.
> David Sugg
> Thorndale, PA
> > B-Greekers,
> > I am considering purchasing Gramcord Lite for my Palm Pilot. Basically, I
> > am looking for a version of the GNT with a built-in parser/lexicon (my
> > skills not being what they should be.) Does anyone have any experience with
> > this package? Comments? Suggestions for an alternative?
> > I looked in the archives and it does not appear to have been discussed
> > before.
> > Thanks,
> > Patrick Narkinsky
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