SUGGESTION: Morphology coding as interlinear

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MJ. Smith | Forum Activity | Posted: Sat, May 9 2020 12:25 AM

It is very difficult to compare the analysis of clauses and sentences at the morphological level when the data is only vaguely visible - a non-persistent word at a time ... okay I may be slightly exaggerating as I can make it persist as long as there is no change in focus. Please do what I foolishly thought was already done - present morphological data as an interlinear.

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Graham Criddle | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, May 9 2020 1:24 AM

Hi MJ

Apologies but I don’t understand what you are asking for here.

Could you clarify please?

Graham

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MJ. Smith | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, May 9 2020 1:56 AM

There are a number of resources that include "with morphology" in title that have made no provision for you to actually SEE the morphology ... it appears in the popup at the bottom left i.e. not necessarily close to the text. Or you can use the information panel. I want it to function like the rest of the morphologies that are a line in an interlinear. Some of the resources don't have "with morphology" in the title but the morphology search is failing in a way that makes it a real pain to try to find all the resource with "invisible" morphologies.

Two examples - line at bottom has the material I want to see in interlinear format.

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Graham Criddle | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, May 9 2020 5:36 AM

Thanks MJ

! understand now

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Denise | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, May 9 2020 7:08 AM

Agree on suggestion. And I'd think it'd be in FL's interest to polish off the earlier greek texts (MJ's example), relative to the academic world.

My teeth grinding is several DSS resources, but they' re not in-house, so maybe impossible. 

One of my early excitements with Logos was the interlinear'ing of the Canaanite inscriptions (which I couldn't read, but morphing was helpful). That really impressed me.

Now, about Bishop's Bible ...

"God will save his fallen angels and their broken wings He'll mend."

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