Yes - Win7 (32), T4 v2.08, and eS 10.2.1. I've made several modules with graphics since upgrading to 2.08.
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Posted 30 September 2013 - 07:32 AM
You chose your words correctly. Yes, the graphics are in the modules.
Notice the attached graphic - from a module built using T4v2.08
Edited by DoctorDaveT, 30 September 2013 - 08:09 AM.
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Posted 30 September 2013 - 12:28 PM
I'm going to need testers for T4 v2.10 which I'm working on. The main "feature" of this version is that the "mark" which is a division symbol, and has been used in T3 and T4 since the beginning, is going to have the option to make it an arbitrary mark. The reason for this is because of certain languages, when Windows is not in English, the some characters get interpreted as the division mark. This happens because of the conversion from Unicode to text. Low ASCII character have no problem. The division mark is 247 decimal, above the magic 127 level for UTF8 characters. Thus, converting the division character to UTF8, produces 2 characters, not one, and the same with non-English languages, the conversion can get mis-interpreted as a division symbol. SO - a major rewrite of ALL the routines that read and write e-Sword modules has been undertaken. I've tested all the PC modules and I'm on to the iOS modules, though I no longer feel the need to support iOS because of the official conversion utility which has now been released. But I need some faithful souls to test the various combinations and permutations to see if I missed anything. I hope to post v2.10 "soon" - think hours but not days...
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Posted 13 October 2013 - 10:10 AM
NT does not mean New Testament. :-)
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