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#1 Abram K-J

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Posted Yesterday, 02:32 PM

This may be very difficult to program, but I would love to be able to have an option to open the Greek Diagrams (or syntax trees for Hebrew or Greek, for that matter) in their own zone, without having to also open a parallel original language text. Is this doable?


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Posted Yesterday, 03:43 PM

Here's a workaround while the PTB (Powers That Be) consider that request.

 

Open a Bible, any Bible. Add the syntax as a Parallel Pane. Close the Bible.

 

You can then open a Bible in another zone, then tie the Tabs together if you like.

 

Save as a Workspace—and it will be ready whenever you need it.


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Posted Yesterday, 05:50 PM

Thanks, Tim! I'd used part of that workaround (closing the Bible), but didn't think about tying Tabs--good idea!


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