[sword-devel] Re: Index help
Tue, 9 Nov 1999 09:38:02 -0500
One of the Rabbis here DOES have Hebrew Windows. I may borrow it sometime.
Can you get me the filename exactly. And would this effect other aspects of
windows? He said he should be able to let me see it later this week or early
Yeshiah Mikhol Zalman
Hebrew Fonts: http://www.torahscroll.com/hebrew
___________11/9/99 | 30 Heshvan 5760
Mas. Mishlei (proverbs):
21:23Whoever guards his mouth and his tongue Keeps his soul from troubles.
From: Troy A. Griffitts <email@example.com>
To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
Date: Tuesday, November 09, 1999 2:49 AM
Subject: Re: [sword-devel] Re: Index help
>> You are looking for the phrase "Mozel Tov" and thank you
>> Anyway, all I get from prn2sword is the below error and looking through
>> someone elses undocumented code (I am guilty in my own VB code) is VERY
>> I think I need a prn walk through to know what to expect as input.
>> If I knew what prn expected I could create the file manually?
>Have you tried prn2sword with a real OLB module? Have you followed the
>steps in prn2sword exactly? The steps show you how to produce a data
>file from OLB on which prn2sword knows how to operate. This is probably
>the best way to get a reference file for your purposes. I don't have
>one handy, and don't have OLB for windows installed anymore, so it would
>be a task for me to produce an example data file. I still would be
>happy to comment my code for you though, if it will help you understand,
>if you are still having trouble after you see what it is expecting.
>Hope this helps. I'm really excited about what you are doing! I took
>Hebrew at Phoenix Seminary last semester with the hopes of understanding
>the language better so that I might produce a quality Hebrew module, but
>was discouraged when I could not get the WIN32 RTF control that ships
>with the US version of windows95 to display right-to-left. And MS would
>not provide a download of the RTF control that does have this
>functionality, meaning all our users would have to buy an international
>version of windows to use! :) No good there. Looking forward to the
>fruits of your efforts!