I simply want to say thanks, Paul. Earlier today, I was painstakingly trying to grammatically figure out a line from Plato's Apology, searching in vain in Smyth and other grammars for help. No luck. Then, it occurred to me that you had done a xref to Smyth's text citations to the grammar's paragraphs on www.greekgeek.org
. Bingo! I found the passage.
Thanks, again, Paul. I can't wait to tell my Greek prose teacher about the xref!
p.s. I don't believe anyone has ever done such a xref. If not, is it possible, Paul, to contact the publishers of Smyths's Greek Grammar and offer your xref be added to the book the next time they do another printing (with compensation and name credits, of course)? Hey, one of the reasons that Gildersleeve's Syntax of Classical Greek is finally a must have is because it now contains an index of all the passages used (80 years after its publication!).