rwburks at flash.net
Wed Jul 10 08:57:03 EDT 2002
It looks as though you and I are travelling down the same road. What I have
discovered so far is Davka corp. www.davka.com has a special right now that
has a CD Bible program that is the Bible in Hebrew and I believe fully
pointed text. It is on sale right now for under 30 dollars. They have made
products for MAC for a long time
The SIL organization has fully pointed fonts that work on MAC. They also
give you a download procedure for a fully pointed BHS text. It comes from
oxford text archives and is actually transliterated. The give you a
procedure for converting the text to use the SIL fonts. WWW.SIL.ORG
Supposedly my Bible Works 5 will work with Virtual PC and then I can take
text from it to my word processor which I did in the PC world, but I have
gotten that process to work. I downloaded their "macfonts" but can get them
to install on my MAC yet. It is also fully pointed. I think the davka deal
is a good one ... We will see I ordered it yesterday ... By the way I
believe both it and the SIL stuff work under the Classic functions of the
On 7/10/02 6:49 AM, "Ian Goldsmith" <iangoldsmith1969 at yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> Many thanks to everyone that gave me advice on
> word-processing for the Mac.
> I've already got Nisus, but prefer Quark for nearly
> everything else. So... I'm trying to go around the
> problem a little laterally (the language kit from
> Apple seemed a bit pricey).
> Can anyone give me a link (if one exists) to a site
> that I can download a pointed version of the Hebrew
> text from? I'm already the proud owner of the Online
> Bible, mainly because it's not expensive, but although
> I've got the BHS installed on it, it's only the
> consonantal text.
> Forgive me if the request sounds a little
> technologically challenged, but again I'd value your
> Vowels/nikud etc seem to be a bit of a headache. If I
> can import a text with them already attached it would
> be a great leap forward!
> Once again many thanks.
> Ian Goldsmith.
> Dibrah Torah kilshone bnei-adam
> 'The Torah spoke in the language of ordinary men.'
> Berakot 31b
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