shift and return makes a soft break. You use that for chapter headings
You will need the mark (÷) Mat 1:1 Kata ... (soft break)
add each verse with uour Greek text
Can you or somebody else write (specifically) how a basic .bblx file should look like just as an example say, three lines of text from Matthew.
I'd like to see three lines shown to me.
So that when I do the exact same thing it will show up in my eSword.
Then, I should be able to do the rest.
I ask this because I'm still not understanding any of you.
I have read the Bible module section in that ToolTip NT .pdf and it DOES NOT show in detail a step-by-step process specifically for making a .bblx file.
I personally think it would benefit the community who would like to start getting into making modules for eSword if somebody would take the time to post a video specifically showing a step-by-step process on this matter.
If it's that simple then somebody who can do it so easily should be able to whip up a detailed step-by-step video and post it on YouTube.com or Vimeo or some other place since the account for the video hosting website is FREE.
There's only four issues I have with Biblesupport.com.
1) Certain people DO NOT take the time to write a detailed description of their module let alone spell it out instead of using acronyms people have to search for the meaning to. You took the time to make the module or copy it from somebody else so take the time to advertise it for other people who might view it.
I see HOT and am like ""What is that?", Oh Hebrew Old Testament (After searching). No picture to promote it just a brief vague text. I think that if you're going to do something for others that is to be known then atleast go all out with it.
I would be nice to see the module spelled out so it's understood and when you click on it and there's a picture to show you what it looks like in eSword with a detailed description of who wrote it, what year it was published, is the copyright public domain.
It's no wonder so many modules here have either 0 views or 0 comments. Not all but there are plenty.
2) Certain people DO NOT show an image of the actual module in work, the text, picture, ect.
3) Lack of manuscripts like what Accordance and Logos ect. have in their software.
I personally am interested in the root of version not somebodies bias, prejudiced, and/or erred interpretation.
4) Lack of website instructional video's to promote what's on the actual website.
I mean think about it, surely there's enough server space to include a section for How-to video's.
You don't have to allow comments to the video like YouTube.com does since if they have questions they can go to the forums.
How-to make modules.
It's a privilege to have video hosting websites that show educational video's on How-to so I think it would benefit this website greatly.
When I mention "Educational video's" I mean repairing your vehicle, Christian Apologetic s, Christian studies, how- to rock climb, martial arts, diet, exercise, cabinet making, construction, ect.
Maybe I just expect to much!
Edited by SteveDonn75, 03 September 2014 - 11:37 AM.