My biggest problem is that I don't appear to have an e-Sword module directory. Greg's original post says you can manually edit your modules by "selecting the Open C Drive in Finder button, and navigate down to the Program Files/e-Sword directory." Within Program Files, I have no e-Sword directory. My folders are Common Files, e-Sword Module Installer, Internet Explorer, Netscape, Windows Media Player, Windows NT. Why is there not an e-Sword directory to save the modules to?
OK, your Documents folder us about the only place where you will find an e-Sword folder for personal work. If one isn't there, it should be no hassle to create one yourself. Just name one as, e-Sword. Then in your Options Menu, click on the Resource... menu item, and the Resource Options dialog will open. Then at the bottom of the dialog, where it says, User Files Location, click on the button with a Folder icon, and then from there select the e-Sword folder you created in your Documents folder.
The usual default resource folder for e-Sword is:
- Windows 64 bit edition: C:\Program Files (x86)\e-Sword
- Windows 32 bit edition: C:\Program Files\e-Sword
Now They are the default ones, but you can have install the resources anywhere you want to providing you tell e-Sword where they are.
Edited by APsit190, 25 October 2016 - 07:09 PM.