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#11 JPG

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Posted 22 June 2019 - 04:06 AM

Hi Stephen,

Just need to clarify something.

You have mentioned in your video at time 2:50 and 17:19 approx. That  #4 post I made above http://www.biblesupp...red/#entry36004

referred to where the 10 Bible Bookmarks are stored (the ones described as "Bookmark Navigator" in the options menu). As I noted in another post the 10 Bible Bookmarks are stored in the registry.

 

The Bookmarks that were being discussed turned out to be the default verse list file named, Bookmarks.lstx that e-Sword makes when one originally installs it and runs it first time. When one hovers the mouse pointer over the verse list, it show the current verse list name one has set, which of course by default is called "Bookmarks" (confusing I know).

 

 

So in summary.

 

The default "Verse List" file is called Bookmarks.lstx but is actually a "Verse List" file. Additional verse list files can be created and shared.

 

The 10 Bible Bookmark Navigator icons optionally displayed at the right of the Bible view are stored in the registry 

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\VB and VBA Program Settings\e-Sword\Settings

 

 

Jon



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Posted 22 June 2019 - 07:03 AM

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So in summary.

 

The default "Verse List" file is called Bookmarks.lstx but is actually a "Verse List" file. Additional verse list files can be created and shared.

 

The 10 Bible Bookmark Navigator icons optionally displayed at the right of the Bible view are stored in the registry 

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\VB and VBA Program Settings\e-Sword\Settings

 

 

Jon

Yes; that is what I have gathered from the posts. I think I will use the "Verse List" instead of "Navigator Bookmark", which will then allow me to copy into a shared folder for the other stations to update.

 

TJ (post #6) also mentioned that stations using the shared folder as their default 'User Files Location' could mess things up; the shared folder I set up allows stations to copy from shared folder to their respective 'User Files Location'.

 

Thanks all; I think I've got a better understanding.



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Posted 22 June 2019 - 07:06 AM

Below is a video which addresses your query.

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Trust that the information proves helpful to you, or at least gives you a better understanding.

 

Blessings,

Thanks for video; picked up some pointers on sync and hyperlink.



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Posted 24 June 2019 - 03:35 AM



Thanks for video; picked up some pointers on sync and hyperlink.

Here is a bit of a video tutorial thingy on e-Sword's List feature. Referenced also to Chapter 5 in the e-Sword User's Guide

 

Trust you will find this video also helpful to you.

 

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