Posted 04 June 2008 - 05:07 PM
Posted 04 June 2008 - 06:55 PM
If you want a way to insert them automatically at appropriate points, I cannot imagine a really easy way. Perhaps putting the text in parallel with another translation (in your text editor), and finding the paragraph markers in the one, and putting them manually in the same verse in the other? Probably people with a lot more skills than mine could write a routine to automate this.
Paragraph marks are denoted by use of the paragraph marker (¶) with a single space on each side. If paragraphs are used, a paragraph marker must appear after the reference of the first verse of the first book, otherwise Accordance will assume that there are no paragraphs in the text. The marker should also appear at reasonable intervals throughout the text.
Posted 04 June 2008 - 08:42 PM
I was asking if it was easy to write an automate for this. Sorry it wasn't clear. I just don't want to go in an do it manually, that would take some time. I just had to reimport one of my Indonesian Bible translations so I was wondering if I had to add them manually or if there was a way to write a simple automate?
Posted 04 June 2008 - 08:53 PM
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Posted 04 June 2008 - 09:00 PM
Would need to know more about the text you're working with... does it currently have paragraphs separated in some way?
Here's a thought:
It'd be relatively easy to write a routine that would compare with a source bible. Let's say you have your new user bible open in a text file, perfectly formatted except for the missing ¶'s. You could then find another user bible source text fully formatted that had ¶'s marked whose position you wanted to copy. You could create this yourself by saving a current module (with some effort thanks to the new ≤1000 verses some-what silly anti-theft device).
Then, you could write a routine that found the first ¶ in the source text, marked what verse it was, then switch to the working text and add in the ¶, then switch back to the source text and found the next ¶, and then repeated.
In fact, I could easily provide a verse list of every verse in, say, the NRSV that was the beginning of a paragraph that would make the process even easier. (I would have to take special account of ¶'s that occur in the middle of the verse).
Edited by Joe Weaks, 04 June 2008 - 09:07 PM.
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Posted 05 June 2008 - 03:52 AM
When did that come in? I missed that one.
Posted 06 June 2008 - 03:58 AM
If you think you might need to export more than 1000 verses, you should remember to keep a copy of the Accordance 7 app on your HD.
I never thought I would need to do this, until I actually needed to do it. If I needed to do it again, it would be a nuisance to do it in batches.
Admittedly, the chances of needing to do it again are slim.
Posted 23 June 2014 - 10:10 AM
I have no experience with Perl. Can you post here the Code?
I have a .txt file that was greyed out, when I want to import it to Accordance. But with the TextWrangler it is now black, but when I want it to import then after the title o.k. klick comes a pop up witch ask where the file is.
Do you have a solution for this?
Thanks for your answer.
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