Hi ! Thanks tried your suggestion
"In other to let them work on e-Sword 9, 10 or 11 do you need to convert them to e-sword 9 topx."
But still a no go. Maybe I'm missing something here. But E Sword should have a specific section that should clarify which ones need to be "converted" before being able to be used .
or fix it so this won't be a problem. And I have another problem haha...I don't have the:
'Greek Nestle-Aland 26th-27th edition text with diacritics - punctuation.bblx.exe ' listed on my 'parallel' bible listing when I scroll down for options.
Do you know if I'm able to 'add' this onto the list?
Thanks again for your time and help!
What you need to be aware of is the different module file types that exist for various versions of e-Sword. As e-Sword is available for both Windows PC's and Apple/MAC devices each version has it's own module file types:
e-Sword versions 9, 10 and 11 for Windows have the following module file types:
Bible Reading Plan (brpx)
Harmony File (harx)
e-Sword 9,10 and 11 for Apple/MAC devices have the following module file formats:
Bible Reading Plan (brpi).
Reference Library (refi)
Topic File (topi)
Prior to the release of e-Sword 9 the module file types were:
Bible Reading Plan (brp).
Topic File (top)
The converter mentioned in a post above will convert the older file formats to the newer windows file formats which end in the letter "x".
You should also download and installed the e-Sword module installer as this tool makes module installation easy.
In your post you also mention the following module
Greek Nestle-Aland 26th-27th edition text with diacritics - punctuation.bblx.exe
Any module download that has the .exe file extension is a self installing module, meaning the exe file must be run in order to install the module into e-Sword.
Edited by Tj Higgins, 13 June 2019 - 01:19 PM.