I was thinking recently (dangerous for me, I know!) and had an idea.
I wanted to do a proof of concept before tackling the larger project so here is my test project.
I took the KJV Margin Notes Commentary and converted it to a Bible module. Why?
I want to see the scripture with comments displayed directly next to the verse text just as you would see it in a printed Bible.
The Margin Notes made a good choice for me as a test file since it is a Commentary and already in B.C.V. format. It is also somewhat small, so there was not a lot of text to edit.
How I would get the text directly next to the Bible verse is using the Parallel Bible mode and choosing the KJV *and* The Margin Notes Bible as my Bibles.
So, why not just use the Commentary as is?
First, I want the text *Next To* the verse, and I would like to see more than one note at a time (if they exist).
Second, I also did not want the Commentary window "taken up" by the margin notes but free to display a different commentary. This will do just exactly that (see pic # 2).
You could do this with *any* resource that is (or can be put into) a B.C.V. format, lets say maybe C.I. Scofields Notes??
So what is my real target to make into a Bible module like this? I want to see a Thompson Chain Reference Bible with "REAL" margin notes next to the associated verse.
I know this would be a long, drawn out project, but I just might take it on. (I had started a project like this for theWORD but dropped it.)
I am putting the Bible module here with this post. Please take a look and let me know what you think. If it seems good enough I can make a regular DownLoads posting of it a little later.
Edited by Roy, 24 October 2015 - 10:04 AM.