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* Harald Stoiber said on 2003-11-05 01:25:12 +0100
> Hello people,
>
> I installed Shoebox and saw that it has a wonderful interlinearization function.
> But it is quite a complex program. So, before I begin to study the manual, could
> a Shoebox expert tell me if I can also interlinearize words which consist of
> three consonants and inflecting vowels between these consonants? Can I
> program Shoebox so that it will interpret the three consonants together as
> lexical root and the vowels together as an inflection affix?

I don't think you can do that, though there are infixes of course...
try an experiment: one three-consonant root and two different vowel-infixes
and make an interlinear with them:
  bcd aebcd abecd baced
etc. to see if it works out. Can't help you myself as the harddisk that
held all my shoebox-things (including the lexicon for Taruven) went ka-
boom as I was backing it all up this summer.


t., grateful for data failure insurance - but oh the bureaucracy!