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#1 lnlandersjr

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Posted 18 October 2019 - 12:11 PM

I just downloaded and ran the esword 12.1.0 install module.  I have had the NAS and NAS+ bblx modules for a long time.  For some reason, I can't get anything to come up when I click on the Strong's number; I have the link clicked.  Any ideas what I'm doing wrong or need to do to fix this?

 

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#2 Tj Higgins

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Posted 18 October 2019 - 02:06 PM

I just downloaded and ran the esword 12.1.0 install module.  I have had the NAS and NAS+ bblx modules for a long time.  For some reason, I can't get anything to come up when I click on the Strong's number; I have the link clicked.  Any ideas what I'm doing wrong or need to do to fix this?

 

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You may need to update the NAS and NAS+ modules.

Starting with the release of e-Sword 11 for Windows, e-Sword is now capable of running html modules just as e-Sword for Mac/Apple runs them.  Prior to the release of e-Sword version 11 windows versions of e-Sword (9 and 10) used rtf based modules which had file formats that ended with the letter "x" such as bblx for bible modules. 

 

The html (Apple/Mac) modules have a file format that ends with the letter "i" for bible modules the the file type is "bbli".

As a result of the change to e-Sword for windows in allowing the use of html modules, the newer versions of e-Sword (11&12) have issues in some instances with the older module formats. All of the modules that can be downloaded through e-Sword's built-in downloader have been upgraded to the new module format. As a result of this they cannot be downloaded into versions of e-Sword prior to version 11. 

The NAS and NAS+ are part of a premium or paid module set known as New American Standard Bible Study Set which includes the NAS, NAS+, NAS77 and the NAS concordance. The set sells for $20 

 



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Posted 18 October 2019 - 06:50 PM

You may need to update the NAS and NAS+ modules.

Starting with the release of e-Sword 11 for Windows, e-Sword is now capable of running html modules just as e-Sword for Mac/Apple runs them.  Prior to the release of e-Sword version 11 windows versions of e-Sword (9 and 10) used rtf based modules which had file formats that ended with the letter "x" such as bblx for bible modules. 

 

The html (Apple/Mac) modules have a file format that ends with the letter "i" for bible modules the the file type is "bbli".

As a result of the change to e-Sword for windows in allowing the use of html modules, the newer versions of e-Sword (11&12) have issues in some instances with the older module formats. All of the modules that can be downloaded through e-Sword's built-in downloader have been upgraded to the new module format. As a result of this they cannot be downloaded into versions of e-Sword prior to version 11. 

The NAS and NAS+ are part of a premium or paid module set known as New American Standard Bible Study Set which includes the NAS, NAS+, NAS77 and the NAS concordance. The set sells for $20 

 

I don't have an issue with the NASB+ and etc on my PC or laptop, and everything is really hunky-dory



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Posted 19 October 2019 - 01:59 AM

I just downloaded and ran the esword 12.1.0 install module.  I have had the NAS and NAS+ bblx modules for a long time.  For some reason, I can't get anything to come up when I click on the Strong's number; I have the link clicked.  Any ideas what I'm doing wrong or need to do to fix this?

 

Blessings! 

Make sure you have the appropriate Strong's dictionary selected in Options-> Strong's # ToolTip...





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