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#31 Eliran Wong

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Posted 28 June 2016 - 06:27 PM

someone had asked me how to create a html file for bibleworks module creation.
I had stopped using bibleworks for many years, since I switched to Mac.
(so I dont know current bibleworks specifications)
but making html files from my database is very easy.
all html codes are already ready in this download page.
(Apple files have html codes, you can extract all even in a PC through a SQLite browser)

I had just created a sample file for Genesis chapter 1 and upload here, you your reference.
you may check the code I put in this file.

the steps I did to make this sample file:
1) download Apple_BHSE++.bbli.zip, upzip
2) open SQLite browser to export the table "bible" into csv
3) copy html codes of Genesis (chapter 1) from the csv file
4) paste into a new text file, and save it as a html file.
5) add at the beginning of this new html file.
6) add at the end of this new html file.
7) to polish, add line break
at beginning of each verse, save file

God bless

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Edited by Eliran Wong, 28 June 2016 - 06:31 PM.

#32 SamIyam


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Posted 05 September 2017 - 12:41 PM

I think it would be a lot more clean and less jumbled-looking for someone to get the three column interlinear renditions working right for the PC.  I would love to be able to really drill down into words and get the nine column versions working right on the PC.  One way of looking at it though, is it isn't really your job.  You've made an incredible module.  Now, somebody needs to fix the PC rendering.  I don't know what you can do to bring it about, and I don't mean to slow you down.  Just sayin', this seems like a software, not a module problem to me.


That being said, it's really good already.  I can read the 'Commentary' (which actually doesn't seem like prose commentary to me), and get what is probably all the info that's present on the Mac version.  It's only a a matter of avoiding that jumbled word feeling, and of having to go to the Commentary to get links to your lexicons and concordance.  I may be mistaken, but it seems like none of your much improved info is unavailable to PC users.

Edited by SamIyam, 05 September 2017 - 03:45 PM.

#33 Eliran Wong

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Posted 07 September 2017 - 08:45 AM

Hi, I put a better and newer version below (clicking or touching each word gives morphology, dictionary and concordance links):

https://biblebento.com/index.html?bhs (plain layout)

https://biblebento.com/index.html?bhsi (interlinear layout)

https://biblebento.com/index.html?bhsl (with linguistic annotations)

https://biblebento.c...ex.html?bhs_kjv (mutual highlightings with KJV)

https://biblebento.c...ex.html?bhs_leb (mutual highlightings with LEB)

you are welcomed to explore more, you can even put BHS and LXX in parallel in https://biblebento.com

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