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Can't install new bible modules on e-Sword X (greyed out)


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#1 Andrew Chapman

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Posted 17 March 2017 - 09:22 AM

Hello, I just installed e-Sword X (3.2(11)) on a MacBook (Sierra 10.12.3). I found some bible modules with a .bbli extension - eg, 'Complete Greek Bible with NT variants and OT alternate texts'

 

I download them into a folder, and then import from e-Sword X. They show up with the other bibles, but greyed out, with a line through them. What is going on?

 

Thanks, Andrew

 



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Posted 04 August 2022 - 07:14 AM

I have the same problem.  Any answers for newer Mac OS?



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Posted 04 August 2022 - 10:29 AM

Hello, I just installed e-Sword X (3.2(11)) on a MacBook (Sierra 10.12.3). I found some bible modules with a .bbli extension - eg, 'Complete Greek Bible with NT variants and OT alternate texts'

 

I download them into a folder, and then import from e-Sword X. They show up with the other bibles, but greyed out, with a line through them. What is going on?

 

Thanks, Andrew

You need to upgrade to the latest version of e-Sword X which is version 8.1.2, the modules for e-Sword X will only work with latest version of the software. This also true of all of the other versions of e-Sword.



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Posted 04 August 2022 - 02:15 PM

Hello, I just installed e-Sword X (3.2(11)) on a MacBook (Sierra 10.12.3). I found some bible modules with a .bbli extension - eg, 'Complete Greek Bible with NT variants and OT alternate texts'

 

I download them into a folder, and then import from e-Sword X. They show up with the other bibles, but greyed out, with a line through them. What is going on?

 

Thanks, Andrew

Another thing to note is that if you are currently on an OT verse, for example, and a particular translation is NT only, then that bible will be greyed out, meaning that it has no OT verses.





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