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Greek Syntax right-side bar color code


A. Smith
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I've noticed at least three colors of right side bars/brackets/connectors between constituents (often relatives/nulls and their antecedent). However, I don't see any real correlation between the colors. I'm sure they mean something and I'm missing it. 

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The shades of gray are just to establish uniqueness - if they all were the same color, but overlapped, it could be unclear which pointed to which.

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The shades of gray are just to establish uniqueness - if they all were the same color, but overlapped, it could be unclear which pointed to which.

Thanks. Where can I find this info? I didn't even see a syntax readme in my files. 

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Its fairly well documented in the help.  I searched for 'Syntax', and found a variety of pages, including this one:

 

You are here: Biblical Research and Analyses > Greek and Hebrew Syntax > Display the Syntax

 

 

 

  • Antecedents are indicated by a gray line to the right of the word list in the Syntax pane. Varying shades of gray are used to distinguish lines within the same sentence that may overlap.
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Its fairly well documented in the help.  I searched for 'Syntax', and found a variety of pages, including this one:

 

You are here: Biblical Research and Analyses > Greek and Hebrew Syntax > Display the Syntax

Thank you. I get mixed up between when to look at the readme and when to look at help. Thanks again. 

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