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#1 Vicente garcia

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Posted 23 February 2019 - 09:34 PM

I don't know whether there is a question like this already.

I would like to know how to have hyperlinks to footnotes in a Bible module or in a Bible  commentary. Like  AMPC +

 

 

I'll appreciate any help

 

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#2 Tj Higgins

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Posted 24 February 2019 - 02:41 PM

I don't know whether there is a question like this already.

I would like to know how to have hyperlinks to footnotes in a Bible module or in a Bible  commentary. Like  AMPC +

 

 

I'll appreciate any help

Those type of footnotes designated the with N1 or N2 are only found in premium or paid modules as part of the license agreement between the bible's publisher and Rick Meyers the creator of e-Sword



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Posted 24 February 2019 - 04:18 PM



Those type of footnotes designated the with N1 or N2 are only found in premium or paid modules as part of the license agreement between the bible's publisher and Rick Meyers the creator of e-Sword

That is not an answer to the question Mr Garcia asked. All you did was to merely state the obvious, of which he would have actually known because he bought the resource. Duh!

 

The question he asked was quite a technical question which really required a technical answer, because it is something he would like to be able to do in Bible resources that he wants to create, of which it makes a very legitimate question to ask. And interestingly too, it would not surprise me if other resource makers would love to know how its done, and have the very same thing in their resources.

 

So, on that note, the best you could have said was either nothing or, "I don't know," and left it at that.

 

Finally, seeing that his query has got my programming curiosity juices going, this is something I would really like to know how it is done, as well as a couple of other things that Rick has done in e-Sword that I want to do in a program I want to create. That is called collaboration. :ph34r:

 

Time to ask Uncle Rick a couple of questions.

 

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Posted 24 February 2019 - 05:00 PM

That is not an answer to the question Mr Garcia asked. All you did was to merely state the obvious, of which he would have actually known because he bought the resource. Duh!

 

The question he asked was quite a technical question which really required a technical answer, because it is something he would like to be able to do in Bible resources that he wants to create, of which it makes a very legitimate question to ask. And interestingly too, it would not surprise me if other resource makers would love to know how its done, and have the very same thing in their resources.

 

So, on that note, the best you could have said was either nothing or, "I don't know," and left it at that.

 

Finally, seeing that his query has got my programming curiosity juices going, this is something I would really like to know how it is done, as well as a couple of other things that Rick has done in e-Sword that I want to do in a program I want to create. That is called collaboration. :ph34r:

 

Time to ask Uncle Rick a couple of questions.

 

Blessings,

 

I have wondered about those notes designated with N1 and N2 for a while now but I realize that they are part of the modules coding. I am also coding literate and did not want to present an answer that would be too technical and or too lengthy for the person who asked the question. As there is no way someone using e-Sword Tooltip to create those type of notes I did not want to get the persons hopes up needlessly 



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Posted 24 February 2019 - 07:52 PM



I have wondered about those notes designated with N1 and N2 for a while now but I realize that they are part of the modules coding. I am also coding literate and did not want to present an answer that would be too technical and or too lengthy for the person who asked the question. As there is no way someone using e-Sword Tooltip to create those type of notes I did not want to get the persons hopes up needlessly 

Thanks for reply.

 

As a matter of interest, one of the things I've had to work out, and didn't have to ask Rick, and got it done, was how to get files to load up in dropdown combo boxes. Where I got answers for that kind of thing was from the Stack Overflow website. Then the next problem I had to solve was how to get an executable, such as an installer program to run from a dropdown combo box, of which I got that answer from the Code Project website. So, when it comes to things like things like the query that Vicente Garcia asked, I know the answer is out there on the internet., but where, at the moment I have no ideal.

 

With that said, I know that Rick is willing to share coding solutions when it comes to similar type of projects, such as e-Sword resource development and etc.

 

Not only that, Microsoft is also willing to give developers help in their coding, and as such, MSDN (Microsoft Developers Network) is also a good place to get answers. YouTube also, believe or not, is a good place for finding programming and development solutions. So, the answers are out there, and what Rick has done is not new, and would have found the solution to it somewhere on the internet.

 

So with that all done and dusted, below are a couple of screenshots of the code on how  to get files loaded in comboboxes, and how to get an executable to run from a combobox.

 

Code for Loading Files in Combobox

Attached File  Code for Loading Files in Combobox.png   30.97K   13 downloads

 

The code you see there, is not dissimilar to what Rick Meyers used for loading files in the comboboxes in e-Sword, albeit the code Rick used is in VB.Net, as where my code is in C#

 

Code for Running an Installer from a Combobox

Attached File  Code for Running an Installer from a Combobox.png   11.18K   9 downloads

 

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Edited by APsit190, 24 February 2019 - 07:56 PM.


#6 Tj Higgins

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Posted 24 February 2019 - 08:39 PM

Thanks for reply.

 

As a matter of interest, one of the things I've had to work out, and didn't have to ask Rick, and got it done, was how to get files to load up in dropdown combo boxes. Where I got answers for that kind of thing was from the Stack Overflow website. Then the next problem I had to solve was how to get an executable, such as an installer program to run from a dropdown combo box, of which I got that answer from the Code Project website. So, when it comes to things like things like the query that Vicente Garcia asked, I know the answer is out there on the internet., but where, at the moment I have no ideal.

 

With that said, I know that Rick is willing to share coding solutions when it comes to similar type of projects, such as e-Sword resource development and etc.

 

Not only that, Microsoft is also willing to give developers help in their coding, and as such, MSDN (Microsoft Developers Network) is also a good place to get answers. YouTube also, believe or not, is a good place for finding programming and development solutions. So, the answers are out there, and what Rick has done is not new, and would have found the solution to it somewhere on the internet.

 

So with that all done and dusted, below are a couple of screenshots of the code on how  to get files loaded in comboboxes, and how to get an executable to run from a combobox.

 

Code for Loading Files in Combobox

attachicon.gifCode for Loading Files in Combobox.png

 

The code you see there, is not dissimilar to what Rick Meyers used for loading files in the comboboxes in e-Sword, albeit the code Rick used is in VB.Net, as where my code is in C#

 

Code for Running an Installer from a Combobox

attachicon.gifCode for Running an Installer from a Combobox.png

 

Blessings,

What would make everything easier is if we could have a "Open Source version of e-Sword" for coders like us to play with. What Fun we would have then



#7 Vicente garcia

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Posted 26 February 2019 - 10:04 PM

That is not an answer to the question Mr Garcia asked. All you did was to merely state the obvious, of which he would have actually known because he bought the resource. Duh!

 

The question he asked was quite a technical question which really required a technical answer, because it is something he would like to be able to do in Bible resources that he wants to create, of which it makes a very legitimate question to ask. And interestingly too, it would not surprise me if other resource makers would love to know how its done, and have the very same thing in their resources.

 

So, on that note, the best you could have said was either nothing or, "I don't know," and left it at that.

 

Finally, seeing that his query has got my programming curiosity juices going, this is something I would really like to know how it is done, as well as a couple of other things that Rick has done in e-Sword that I want to do in a program I want to create. That is called collaboration. :ph34r:

 

Time to ask Uncle Rick a couple of questions.

 

Blessings,

Thanks for your comments.
 
I am a Spanish speaker, my english is not as good as I would like.
 
I have little programming knowledge. I have been learning e-sword Tooltip, html code and sql database browser. I created some modules with e-sword Tooltip that I would like to have links to footnotes, something that seems not so easy.
 
Blessings
 
Vicente





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