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  1. Is the 'BHS Apparatus' the same as NA28, that is, we don't have the instructions on how to read the notes unless we purchase a special module, or is there a way to lookup what the symbols mean? I know that there is 'mouseover' to lookup things, but when I try this it just shows me more words and symbols I don't understand. I guess you could say that the mouseover help needs mouseover help
  2. The 'BHS Apparatus' lists things with a,b,c,etc.... but how do you know where the a connects to in the Hebrew text? Is there a trick I don't know about?
  3. Hello, I came across something curious while doing some text criticism in Deut. 5:21. The BHS text prepends a Dalet to תִתְאַוֶּה whereas the WMT does not. I called a fellow seminary student and he did not have the differences in his BHS accordance module. After a little more digging, we discovered he has BHS 1.4 and I have BHS 1.5. It appears in the new module that the text critical markers in the actual BHS text are messed up. The error occurs with leading letters when a set of letters highlights a range in the text. The leading letter renders as a hebrew letter instead of an english letter. See the attached images for examples. The text is pasted below. Deut 5:21 - ד before תִתְאַוֶּה should be English d. Deut 24:17 - א before יָתוֹם should be English a. I'll send in a text correction as well, but this is a pretty significant problem with the text if it is widespread. I think I remember seeing something similar in Ruth, but I can't remember which verse.
  4. I need to search BHS Apparatus to find all the instances of the "sic L" note. This "sic L" is to be distinguished from "sci l" (lower case). These notes indicate where the editors of BHS apparatus believed they had come upon an obvious error in L. I cannot seem to perform this search in Accordance. When I search CONTENT I get both "sic L" and "sic l" hits together. Even with "exact search" checked it makes no difference.
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