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  • Submitted: Dec 03 2015 02:26 AM
  • Last Updated: Dec 03 2015 11:00 PM
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  • Author: Richard Chenevix Trench
  • e-Sword Version: 9.x - 10.x
  • Tab Name: TR-SYN-EN

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Download Trench - Synonyms of the New Testament - Keyed to Strong's

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New Testament Biblical Studies Greek Public Domain Language / Interpretation
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Author:
Richard Chenevix Trench

e-Sword Version:
9.x - 10.x

Tab Name:
TR-SYN-EN

Trench Synonyms of the New Tetsament

who has not herd of this work


Allan Loder has put allot of time and work into this module assigning strong's numbers and more

This module is converted from TheWord

what I did

1. changed coloring to eSword colors blue for Greek and Hebrew green for verse references and Strong's
3. changed orange color to red
4. tool-tipped


Is it just me, or does *nothing* install when this is run? I tried it multiple times in different locations with nothing extracting or resulting other than running through the install prompts. Is it possible you've forgotten to include the dctx file in the installer?

exe installed for me fine

 

I uploaded dctx for those who might have issues with exe 

Sorry, it was my mistake. It works perfectly fine.

With regard to the Tab name, I reckon it could be really simplified and cut down to read, "TSNT," and that way it doesn't take up a lot of space in the tabs. Currently you have 9 characters, which by any standard could be regarded as too much, as where by cutting out 5 characters:

  • R
  • - (twice)
  • S
  • Y
  • N (1 only)

Then you would not have to much space taken up.

 

Just a thought and a tip for when it comes considering the length of tab names. Usually, when it comes to smaller screens, i.e., Surface (or similar)  Windows Tablets, Notepad (Laptop) Tablets with screen sizes ranging from 9.4" to 15.4" , the long tab name would take up a fair whack of the length of the screen. It is for this reason, more so than any other reason, that the maximum amount of characters in the tab name should be at best kept down to 4 or 5 at most. The Surface 4 Pro screen size is 12.4" of actual viewable space, so that tab name you've given, is going to stick out like a swollen thumb. And on smaller screens than that, you're going to have that tab name sticking out like something more than a swollen thumb. 

such bravado for an irreverent issue

 

If you don't like the tab name it's very easy to change

 

http://www.biblesupp...20#comment_3496

oops link above is to a comment on the page

 

apps that change tab names

 

http://www.biblesupp...ibrary-manager/

 

http://www.biblesupp...rd-tab-renamer/

irreverent opps again should be irrelevant

 

  

Hi Dsaw,

Its not irrelevant, as you would assume it to be. The fact remains the there are those who do use smaller screens than what you and I do, and of which you cannot ignore. Plus there are a number of other issues regarding Long(ish) Tab names, of which you can read up on them here. To me, its really not an issue because I've got a reasonably big monitor (23"). HOwever if I had a Surface 4 Pro or something similar, then it would be. And to be fair, I tend to think the primary attitude really ought to be, "Think of the other poor sod who's doesn't have a big screen size."

 

OK, with that said, done and dusted, here are my thoughts on this work.

 

I like the layout and the formatting of this dictionary. You've really excelled yourself in this one, and its the best I've seen. You've made the text flow like a gentle stream, and with that, made it really fantastic to read. The font size is just right, and so making it a real breeze to read. Having decent spaces between the paragraphs gives a clear and uncluttered view, making finding the information really quick and easy.

 

When I compare the format and layout of this dictionary against other I've gotten from here (as well as those I bought), this one, in my judgement, really beats them all, and goes to show how professional text formatting and page layout really ought to be done.

 

Blessings,

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it is not an assumption, it is irrelevant, because anyone can change the tab name to whatever they want it to be, so that makes the issue irrelevant 

 

I did not do the formatting Allen Loder He asked me if I could convert this from the word so great job Allen Loder 



... because anyone can change the tab name to whatever they want it to be ...

 

 

And that is one massive generalized assumption to boot, especially when having read posts from those asking a heap of how to's, who claim to be computer illiterate. Unreal!

 

So, with that, you are wrong!!! LOLY.gif

 

Have a very merry Christmas, and an extremely happy new year thingy.

 

Blessings,

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