Enter the start and end Bible references and hit Get text to load the Hebrew text (Leningrad codex). Then start editing. Click on a word to select it. Then use any of the following keys:

  • Return (Enter), to insert a clause break.
  • Tab, to indent the selected clause.
  • Backspace, to unindent the selected clause. When the clause is not indented at all, the clause break is removed (the clause is appended to the previous clause).
  • Delete, to delete a word. It will still be visible, so you can undelete it (with Delete as well), but won't appear in the PDF output.
  • p and s, to (un)mark words as predicates or subjects, respectively. They will be coloured blue and red, also in the PDF output.
  • d to (un)set a diacritical sign for the clause, to rewind numbering to the last clause with the same indentation.
  • n to add a note to a word (e.g. the parsing of a verb).
  • t to add a translation to a word.
  • Arrow keys to move around.

When you're done, use PDF to create a PDF document. With TeX you get the (Xe)LaTeX source for that document. It depends among other things on clauses.sty. With Zip, you can get a ZIP file with this file, the generated (Xe)LaTeX source and the compiled PDF.

Note that currently the PDF and TeX does not include notes or translations.

You can save your work using Save / Restore. Copy the text in the field to somewhere secure. When you want to continue your work, use the same button, input the saved text and hit Restore.

During editing, only verse numbers (1, 2, 3, ...) are shown. The PDF will have subnumbering (1a, 1b, ...).

This is open source software, licensed under GPL v3.0. Written by Camil Staps. See GitHub.