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Mark Hoffman | Forum Activity | Posted: Tue, Jul 5 2011 7:04 AM

I doubt we want to start a thread for each book, but I have come across some oddities.

  1. My SESB edition of NA27 is Greek only and there is no linking to the critical apparatus.
  2. Holmes' Apostolic Fathers Greek texts shows up in interlinear mode with text, analysis, lemma.
  3. The SBL Greek NT shows up fine, and text critical marks when tapped switch the display to the critical apparatus. (I.e, it's not a popup. The critical apparatus text replaces the Greek NT text.)
  4. The Lexham Greek-English Interlinear SBL edition displays in interlinear fashion with: text, lemma, analysis, gloss, translation with sequence markers, Louw-Nida codes (though popup links do not work since LN is not available). 
  5. The Lexham Discourse Greek NT displays interlinear with: text, lemma, analysis, LN code, translation.

I don't know how to get interlinear views at all on, so I suppose this is some progress. I also suppose that at some point down the road, we will be able to toggle the interlinear features as we do in the desktop version.

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Mark Hoffman | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Jul 5 2011 7:09 AM

BTW, w/ regard to the SBL Greek NT: When you tap on the apparatus mark and it jumps you to the apparatus text, do not hit the return button on your device to get back to the text. Instead, tap on the verse number.

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