[sword-devel] OSISMorphSegmentation

Chris Burrell chris at burrell.me.uk
Mon Mar 31 07:10:55 MST 2014

STEP just uses 2 colours to show different parts, alternating between the
two. We're also in the process of creating a new dataset to be able to
identify and define each part of each Hebrew word as it's used in the text.
So the user can hover over part of a word and get the specific meaning for
that segment.

On 31 March 2014 12:29, David Haslam <dfhmch at googlemail.com> wrote:

> It may well indicate that, Chris, though of course, not all words are long
> enough to be segmented.
> I'm most interested to learn what should change visually when the filter is
> toggled.
> Should the segments of such words be made more apparent by displaying a gap
> between segments
> or even a delimiter between them? Or is it up to the front-end developer to
> decide how?
> How does STEP allocate the colours to the segments? Is it by segment order
> within each such word?
> And, referring to my first post, should there be a diatheke option provided
> for this filter?
> cf. Diatheke can be regarded as a front-end, even though it's a command
> line
> tool.
> Best regards,
> David
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