HOT+ use the KJV verse numbering and the Hebrew verse numbering in blue but the updated "Hebrew OT+" use the Hebrew verse numbering only.
HOT+ is not longer downloadable except if you have the Install of e-Sword 9 then is it in the default.
HOT+ is an old BBLX module is not compatible with parallel mode in newer editions of e-Sword.
Normally should you convert them (HOT and HOT+) to Apple modules but those modules are locked by Rick Meyers.
So you need to recreate the HOT+ module and make it HTM compatible for yourself only.
OR better ask it to Rick Meyers to "update HOT+ for e-Sword 12 because HOT+ use both verse numbering methods and is easier to compare with the KJV and most other Bibles unlike "Hebrew OT+ that only use the "Hebrew verse numbering".
I made unpointed Hebrew text-only versions (and added blue verse numbering) for myself based on the Hebrew Study Bible and the one for Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia, Fifth Revised Edition in italics and [ ]
Editing of Hebrew is not so easy as Greek and English because of the Hebrew use right to left script while the blue use left to right script.
The best HTM tag for blue is <blu></blu> and for Strong is <num></num> in e-Sword 12. I used SQLbrowser for this.
blu is in "1974 verses found, 3956 matches" in my unpointed edition of the Hebrew Study Bible 4. So that was edited in every verse.
But I need to make two editions again WITH the Strong's numbers. So it need to restart it again.
The reason to make extra unpointed versions was to make a collation of textual variants for my translation and as knowledge.
But I canceled it a time ago because of the work between RHB10 and RHB11 that deal with many other stuff.
The Hebrew Study Bible and the Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia, Fifth Revised Edition are not the same as HOT+ because of the Ketiv and Qere, the parashah, the textual variants
and the other Strong's numbers based on interpretation (the Originals were without vowel points: and are dubious in interpretation).
HOT+ Strong's follow closer the KJV interpretation than the Hebrew Study Bible and Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia, Fifth Revised Edition.
Edited by Katoog, 21 November 2020 - 06:17 AM.