[sword-devel] <w src="16"> What is this?
Troy A. Griffitts
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Fri Aug 29 13:57:12 MST 2008
This is how SWORD frontends already work. You can see it on the web
You'll notice the different styles when you click on any word...
Bold means same lemma
Bold + Underline means same lemma AND same parsing
Bold + Underline + Shaded Background means positive same word (from
This last one only works between KJV and TR, as that is the only module
set that has the linkage data defined with a src attribute, but any
module would work if the data were present.
There are many other neat things to do with the data, like a nice Greek
/ English interlinear. You could use the actual KJV translation in
context to gloss the Greek text.
Wolfgang Schultz wrote:
> thanks again.
> My idea is to show one line kjv followed by one line greek ( greek
> could be switched on/off) and then by moving the cursor over a number
> the greek word is emphasized.
> I suppose TR means Textus Receptus so i could use a zefania xml modul,
> because i can't handle sword moduls at this time.
> For the strongs i will use:
> and for linking to Robinson
> Unfortunately i haven`t found a modul for strongMorph any suggestions
> where to find such a dictionary?
> 2008/8/29 Gregory Hellings <greg.hellings at gmail.com>:
>> Sent from my iPhone
>> On Aug 29, 2008, at 13:30, "Wolfgang Schultz"
>> <woschultz at googlemail.com> wrote:
>>> thank you, perhaps linking to that greek text would be a good idea so
>>> if one click on a number the word in the Greek text could be
>> I understand that's similar to hwo the linking to the Strongs is
>> supposed to work, this would just put it directly into the module text.
>>> Which greek text would be most applicable?
>> Ideally it would be linked to the same Greek text that was used for
>> the translation. In many cases this is not exactly known, for the
>> older versions in particular. Among the available versions the TR is
>> probably closest to what the KJV translators had available.
>>> 2008/8/29 DM Smith <dmsmith555 at yahoo.com>:
>>>> On Aug 29, 2008, at 5:24 AM, Wolfgang Schultz wrote:
>>>>> in the kjvfull.xml i have found following markups:
>>>>> <w src="16" [...] to what do they referer to images?
>>>> This is used only in the KJV NT. It represents the position of the
>>>> word in the original Greek.
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