George F Somsel wrote:cwconrad wrote:[
I was disappointed that Logos didn't include Smyth's Grammar in the free distribution of the Perseus Library (some other Greek and Latin grammars were included). I think that the PDF file of Smyth's grammar is unwieldy. The easiest format to use is the Perseus at UChicago; with table of contents sidebar that one can easily scroll down to find the relevant link and then click on it to open up the page(s) needed: (http://artflx.uchicago.edu/cgi-bin/phil ... nographs.9). The only thing more that I could add would be a hyper-linked index to Smyth's grammar.
As for Logos software's "Biblical Languages Reference" package, I personally think it involves acquisition of space-consuming materials that one is never likely to use enough to justify the cost of acquisition.I'd love to have the Perseus/Philologic Smyth on my own computer, but with a good constant internet connection, online access is always available.
From time to time Logos unbundles the constituents of some of the collections. It is possible that they will do so at some time after the release of this collection. Should I happen to become aware that this occurs, I will report such.
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