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#1 Eric Richardson

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Posted 07 March 2019 - 04:42 PM

Just wanted to ask the question on where I should post all the modules that I downloaded from this site and converted for use on e-Sword X. There is no category for e-Sword x in the download section and honestly, there are not many resources for Mac users anywhere. I would like to be able to put them all in one place so that it is easier for someone down the road to find, instead of having to dig to find them. Thanks for the help.   



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Posted 07 March 2019 - 06:01 PM



Just wanted to ask the question on where I should post all the modules that I downloaded from this site and converted for use on e-Sword X. There is no category for e-Sword x in the download section and honestly, there are not many resources for Mac users anywhere. I would like to be able to put them all in one place so that it is easier for someone down the road to find, instead of having to dig to find them. Thanks for the help.   

Simply upload your e-Sword X resources in the same categories for e-Sword for Windows go. But when you do, in the Resource Name textbox, make it known that its for e-Sword X, e.g., Ancient Hebrew Lexicon of the Bible for iOS devices and Mac, or something similar.

 

Note that all iOS resources will run on Mac computers and laptops.

 

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Posted 15 April 2020 - 04:00 PM

Hi @APsit190, I haven't been able to find any modules for e-sword x easily. PLEASE make a category for e-sword X to easily search! On my previous e-sword PC version I had a LXX crossover dictionary (From greek to Hebrew) and now I can't find one for Mac, which is quite disappointing. 

 

@Eric - are you able to inform me which modules you uploaded so I can check them out please?

 

Simply upload your e-Sword X resources in the same categories for e-Sword for Windows go. But when you do, in the Resource Name textbox, make it known that its for e-Sword X, e.g., Ancient Hebrew Lexicon of the Bible for iOS devices and Mac, or something similar.

 

Note that all iOS resources will run on Mac computers and laptops.

 

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Just wanted to ask the question on where I should post all the modules that I downloaded from this site and converted for use on e-Sword X. There is no category for e-Sword x in the download section and honestly, there are not many resources for Mac users anywhere. I would like to be able to put them all in one place so that it is easier for someone down the road to find, instead of having to dig to find them. Thanks for the help.   



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Posted 16 April 2020 - 03:54 AM

Hi @APsit190, I haven't been able to find any modules for e-sword x easily. PLEASE make a category for e-sword X to easily search! On my previous e-sword PC version I had a LXX crossover dictionary (From greek to Hebrew) and now I can't find one for Mac, which is quite disappointing. 

 

@Eric - are you able to inform me which modules you uploaded so I can check them out please?

I'm in no position to do this. The only person who can make a separate category for e-Sword X is Josh Bond.

 

That said, resources I've uploaded for e-Sword X are titled for that platform. But they were usually done as a result of a someone requesting a particular item.



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Posted 14 May 2020 - 06:09 AM

how does one search for e-sword X modules or compatible content without trawling through all the other content?



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Posted 14 May 2020 - 03:18 PM

how does one search for e-sword X modules or compatible content without trawling through all the other content

Unless otherwise stated, all resources are by default for e-Sword PC. Therefore at the moment its a hit and miss situation when it comes to finding resources for e-Sword X.

 

From my perspective, it is relatively straight forward for Josh and whomever to make it really simple to create a category for e-Sword X resources. In fact, some time ago I made a suggestion of how one can visually determine whether a resource is for either e-Sword X/iOS, or PC/Windows, or for MySword. Problem is, nothing has been done about it, and so we just stick with the same old same old hit and miss scenario. Really bad! Below is an image suggesting the what can be done, which (I noticed) was nearly 7 years ago. Totally unreal.

 

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And whatever the platform the resource has been created for, all what one needs to do is click on the icon of that platform, and would take the user to the page where that resource is located, and then from there to download it.
 
Simple, straight forward, and dead easy. Not a worry. But Nah, nothing done about it.
 
By the way, this is about the one real letdown that I can think of regarding this site. Outside of that, everything is quite good, and Josh does a pretty good job. And this one thing, in all seriousness, needs to be fixed up.
 
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Edited by APsit190, 14 May 2020 - 03:39 PM.


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Posted 15 May 2020 - 03:05 AM

 

Unless otherwise stated, all resources are by default for e-Sword PC. Therefore at the moment its a hit and miss situation when it comes to finding resources for e-Sword X.

 

From my perspective, it is relatively straight forward for Josh and whomever to make it really simple to create a category for e-Sword X resources. In fact, some time ago I made a suggestion of how one can visually determine whether a resource is for either e-Sword X/iOS, or PC/Windows, or for MySword. Problem is, nothing has been done about it, and so we just stick with the same old same old hit and miss scenario. Really bad! Below is an image suggesting the what can be done, which (I noticed) was nearly 7 years ago. Totally unreal.

 

 
 
And whatever the platform the resource has been created for, all what one needs to do is click on the icon of that platform, and would take the user to the page where that resource is located, and then from there to download it.
 
Simple, straight forward, and dead easy. Not a worry. But Nah, nothing done about it.
 
By the way, this is about the one real letdown that I can think of regarding this site. Outside of that, everything is quite good, and Josh does a pretty good job. And this one thing, in all seriousness, needs to be fixed up.
 
Blessings,
 

 

 

Ok that's helpful, thank you very much for taking the time..



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Posted 15 May 2020 - 09:00 AM

how does one search for e-sword X modules or compatible content without trawling through all the other content?

Regarding modules for use with the Apple/MAC versions of e-sword on this site, the first thing you need to know is what the module formats for Apple/MAC are. 

All modules for use with the Apple/MAC versions of e-Sword have file extensions that end in the letter "i" as shown in the list below:

 

Bible (bbli)
Commentary (cmti)
Dictionary (dcti)
Bible Reading Plan (brpi).
Devotional (devi)
Reference Library (refi)
Topic File (topi)
 
The number of Apple/MAC modules here on biblesupport is not as vast as the number for use with with the Windows versions of e-Sword. 

Here is the list of Apple/MAC modules currently available on biblesupport for the module types listed above:

Bibles: (bbli format)
 
Berean Study Bible - (OT + NT)
Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia 
Conybeare NT
Greek-English Bible
Greek-English Interlinear
Greek Nestle-Aland 26th-27th edition text
Hebraic Roots Bible, 2nd Edition
Hindi Bible
Jonathan Mitchell's New Testament ES1
King James Bible: Purple Letter Edition
King James Version (1769; reverse-interlinear)
Open Greek New Testament Resources [OGNT]; NA28 / NA27 Equivalent & Interlinear
Orthodox Jewish Bible
Pinyin (Chinese Romanized) Bible for OS X/iOS 
Sinhala Holy Bible Revised Old Version 1995
Son Of Man Bible
The Alpha & Omega Bible
Telugu Bible
Unlocked Dynamic Bible
Unlocked Literal Bible
UPDV Updated Bible Version
Valera 1602 Purificada

 

 
Commentaries (cmti format):

 

An Exposition of the Epistle to the Hebrews (7 vols)

CMH ipad

Commentary on 1-2 Thessalonians, 1-2 Timothy, Titus and Philemon

Commentary on Ephesians, Philippians and Colossians

Commentary on Epistles of John, Peter and Jude

Commentary on First Corinthians With Notes

Commentary on Genesis

Commentary on Hebrews

Commentary on Revelation

Commentary on Second Corinthians and Galatians

Commentary on the Book of ACTS

Commentary on the Book of James

Commentary on the Book of Romans--EXPANDED EDITION

Commentary on the Gospel of John

Commentary on the Gospel of Luke

Commentary on the Gospel of Mark

Commentary on the Gospel of Matthew

Deep Blue Registry of tough-to-resolve scripture entities

Discourse Features of the Greek New Testament

Expanded Book Notes for the Book of James

GA New Testament Commentaries (14 Volumes)

Greek Word Study on the Book of Jude

Matthew Poole's Concise Commentary

Paul's Letter to the Saints at Rome

Psalms

Restoration Commentary on the Book of Revelation

SBL Greek New Testament (textual variants; visual comparison)

The Bible of the Expositor and the Evangelist (39 vols)

The Prophecies of Isaiah

William Barclay's Daily Study Bible

 

Devotionals: (devi format)
 
My Utmost for His Highest - Oswald Chambers
 
Dictionaries: (dcti format):
 
Analytical Lexicon of Biblical Greek (LXX + GNT)
DICCIONARIO STRONG AMPLIADO
Liddell and Scott Greek–English Lexicon (LSJ; unabridged); work with GRV or Greek NT INT+
Liddell-Scott-Jones Lexicon of Classical Greek, An Intermediate Greek English Lexicon (1882) (LSJ; Abridged)
Thompson Chain Reference

Unabridged BDB; Brown-Driver-Briggs Hebrew and English Lexicon (mapped to Strong's numbers)

 
Reference Books: (refi format):

 

"MY CONVERSION"

A Good Start

Able To The Uttermost

According to Promise

Advice For Seekers

All of Grace

An All Round Ministry

Around the Wicket Gate

Barbed Arrows From the Quiver of Charles H. Spurgeon

Behold the Throne of Grace

Biography of Mrs. Charles H. Spurgeon

Charles Spurgeon Book Collection

Christ's Glorious Achievements

Christ's Incarnation

Christ's Words From The Cross

Come Ye Children

Commenting and Commentaries

Daily Help

Devotional Commentary on Psalm 119

Eccentric Preachers

Faith, What It Is

Faith's Checkbook (Devotional)

Farm Sermons

Feathers for Arrows

First Principles and Perfection

Flashes of Thought

Flowers from a Puritan's Garden

Fort Worth Christian College Lectureship on the Holy Spirit

From the Pulpit to the Palm-Branch

Gleanings Among the Sheaves

Gospel Extracts

Gospel of the Kingdom [Matthew]

Gospel XRay

Grace Triumphant

Illustrations and Meditations by Charles H. Spurgeon

John Ploughman's Pictures

John Ploughman's Talks

Lands of the Bible

Lectures on the Holy Spirit

Lectures to My Students

Letters and Correspondence of Charles Haddon Spurgeon

Messages to the Multitudes

Morning and Evening Devotionals

New and Complete Analysis of the Bible

New Testament Word Study -- Volume One

Only a Prayer Meeting

Our Own Hymn Book

Pictures From Pilgrim's Progress

PRAYER [i.e. examples of prayer]

Roots of Unbelief

Scriptural Government of the Church

Seventh Day Doctrine Refuted

Some Do's and Don'ts For The Christian

Spurgeon's SERMON NOTES

The "Down Grade" Controversy

The Bible and the Newspaper

The Clue of the Maze

The Cross of Christ -- 125 Bible Charts

The Greatest Fight in the World

The Holy Spirit

The Interpreter Morning and Evening

The Life and Work of Charles Haddon Spurgeon [Five Volumes]

The Metropolitan Tabernacle

The Mourner's Comforter

The Pastor In Prayer

The Present Truth

The Saint and His Saviour

Till He Come

Treatise on the Eldership of the Church

True Method For Searching The Scriptures

Trumpet Calls To Christian Energy

Types and Emblems

What The Stones Say

Words of Cheer for Daily Life

Words of Counsel For Christian Workers

Words of Warning For Daily Life

Words of Wisdom For The Daily Life

 

Note there is a converter available on the official e-Sword website that can convert e-Sword Windows modules to the Apple/MAC formats.

https://www.e-sword.net/extras.html

 


Edited by Tj Higgins, 15 May 2020 - 09:13 AM.


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Posted 16 May 2020 - 04:52 AM

Other Apple modules:
 

The apple versions from Eliran Wong

 

Bibles: (bbli format)
Restored Holy Bible (2 Apple versions: the one without unbreakable tabs is for e-Sword LT)

Niobi SB IOS (Niobi Study Bible)

kjv-margin.bbli
 

Commentaries (cmti format):

Preacher's Complete Homiletical Commentary (37 vols)

College Press Bible Study Textbook Series (59 vols)

 

Reference Books: (refi format):

11 modules of Elle White from BH.

The Prophecies of Isaiah by Dr. J A Alexander 1.1 - for iPad/iPhone
 


Restored Holy Bible 10 and the Restored Textus Receptus

http://rhb.altervista.org/homepage.htm


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Posted 16 May 2020 - 02:31 PM

If you click here you will find 4 resources for iOS/Mac as well.






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