File Name: e-Sword Module Installer
File Submitter: Josh Bond
File Submitted: 28 Nov 2011
File Category: e-Sword UtilitiesAuthor: Josh Bond
The e-Sword Module Installer automatically installs your e-Sword modules! It copies your e-Sword module to your e-Sword Resources Location or User Files Location on your Windows PC. This works for e-Sword 9, 10, and 11.
Download and install the Module Installer. (During or after the download, click "Open" or "Run" to install the Module Installer)
You can install modules from Windows Explorer, Internet Explorer, or Firefox.
Option A - Double Click the file in Windows Explorer
You can now double-click any e-Sword module you downloaded in Windows Explorer:
(If the Module Installer asks you for Administrator permissions, click "Yes".)
For a non-editable module, the Module Installer shows this screen (don't worry, all you have to do is click "OK").
For an editable module, the Module Installer shows this screen (don't worry, all you have to do is click "OK").
If you downloaded a zip file: double-click the zip file (or open it while you download the file, as shown below). When the zip file opens, double-click the e-Sword module to launch the installer.
Option B - Installing directly from Internet Explorer
You can install a module without leaving Internet Explorer! After starting your download in Internet Explorer 9, click Open in the popup at the bottom of the screen. This will launch the Module Installer when the download finishes.
Option C - Installing directly from Firefox
You can install a module without leaving Firefox! After starting your download in FireFox, the download popup below will appear. Click the "Open with" option and click "OK". This will launch the Module Installer when the download finishes.
Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10 and maybe older versions of Windows.
Special thanks to Brent Hildebrand for help with the installation file, which was was more trouble than the application itself. And special thanks to Doctor Dave and Jon Graef for beta testing.