I also had this problem and because of this almost scrapped using e-sword. I have over 5,500 entries in the study module so not being able to access is a show stopper. I also like to keep a back up of all my modules that i have purchased or are default with e-sword instead of having to reinstall all the time
But you need to get to the Library folder which by default is hidden on Mac. This is a folder that Apple feels you shouldn’t need access to most of the the time, but occasionally, you may need it for specific things. I use it often to view the preferences for the apps I have installed on my Mac. I also use it to access the Application Support folder, which as its name alludes to, features supporting files for apps. This is also the case with e-sword X.
There are a number of ways of viewing this folder but if using Sierra or newer this may help
In Finder, use the shortcut: CMD + SHIFT + .
Press once to show hidden files and again to hide them.
Once you see the folder follow the path to get your user modules i.e. journal, topic and study: library - containers - net e-sword.e-sword-X - data - documents
And to get your bibles commentaries etc follow this path: library - containers - net e-sword.e-sword-X - data - documents
Please note I am new to Mac so not an expert, all i know is that it works for me!
Hope that helps and God bless
Edited by kaz, 29 April 2019 - 10:27 PM.