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mikecindi

Member Since 04 Feb 2012
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#24662 E-sword on....Windows 8....Surface Pro

Posted by mikecindi on 11 April 2015 - 09:08 PM

eSword is not compatable with RT.  Using eSword on a Surface should be a breeze as you shouldn't have to contend with "fat fingers" trying to tap small icons.  The pen that comes with the Surface fixes that problem.




#22626 Copying popup

Posted by mikecindi on 25 October 2014 - 11:05 AM

For your laptop you may have to either press Fn+F4 or change a setting in your BIOS to "reverse" the order of your function keys.




#22614 Bible Reading Plan Module Question

Posted by mikecindi on 24 October 2014 - 05:37 PM

Not with the Bible reading format of eSword.  I created a "daily devotional" format for my plan and initially had the link to verses that didn't include whole chapters.  I then later added the verses (makes for a BIG file but mine is a once through the Bible in a year).  The latter of course limits you to a specific Bible version.

 

Using Brent H's Tooltip, hotkey, and search utilities really help if you include the verses in a daily devotional.




#20043 Bible reading plan module partial chapter question

Posted by mikecindi on 07 January 2014 - 09:33 PM

With a little effort (okay for me it was a lot) you can use Tooltip and HotKey to create a devotional module that has your Bible readings in it and can cross chapter boundaries.  This creates a much larger module than the reading plan module but was worth it for me.




#19514 e-Sword on Windows 8.1 tablet

Posted by mikecindi on 04 December 2013 - 10:32 PM

With older versions of Windows it was easy to make the scroll bars wider which may help but I've not tried with Win 8.1.  While I can navigate eS fairly well with my tablet (Toshiba Satellite U925t) it would be nice to have larger buttons like the ribbon in MS Office 2010.




#18750 Can E-Sword 10 be used with a Touch Tablet using Windows 8?

Posted by mikecindi on 26 September 2013 - 10:01 PM

I continue to use eS on my MSI Windpad without much difficulty.  There are a few issues with the precision since the eS interface has small icons that are not touch friendly but I can navigate easily enough to keep up in the various church meetings I may be in.  The Windpad has a 10 inch screen.  I have recently "upgraded" to a Toshiba convertible ultrabook (Satellite U925t) but haven't tried eS on it yet.  I have been using the Word without issue as I mostly keep the device in tablet form.  It has a 12.5 inch screen.




#17029 Can E-Sword 10 be used with a Touch Tablet using Windows 8?

Posted by mikecindi on 18 May 2013 - 01:21 AM

I use eSword and theWord daily on a MSI WindPad 110W.  Certainly neither is designed for a "touch" environment but I have no complaints with these programs over others that are not Windows 8 apps.  Note that Windows RT does not run on the same processor architecture that Windows 8 runs on so the requirements for software will be different (i.e. eSword won't run on it).  So to answer your intial question yes eSword works nicely with Windows 8 just as it does with Windows 7.




#11598 Print verse text for references

Posted by mikecindi on 10 August 2012 - 09:49 PM

@BH. Both options work well for what I am doing, reduce the errors (human specifically) and the time requirement.  Thank you very much for creating these utilities.


#9917 BibleSupport.com Celebrates One Year Online

Posted by mikecindi on 09 June 2012 - 03:53 PM

Thank you BibleSupport.com.


#6812 How to Make e-Sword Modules - ToolTip NT User's Guide - .94 / Revision 2/...

Posted by mikecindi on 25 February 2012 - 10:57 PM

Mr. Josh, I was not wanting to add to your workload I just wanted to point something out that I noticed in the documentation. I appreciate what has been provided and intended no slight to you or others.

I presented my concern about the single chapter books incorrectly. How I should've presented it was that when creating a reading plan if you just have the book name (e.g. Philemon) and not the name plus chapter (e.g. Philemon 1) it is not tooltipped and then there is a module creation error. Interestingly is that when Phlemon 1 is tooltipped it creates Phm_1:1 but actually displays the full chapter. (NB this is within the reading plan which, as mentioned previously, defaults to whole chapters within e-Sword's Bible reading applet.)  Since I have mostly been creating various reading plans that I've used over the past 30 years that is where most of the previously listed findings came up.

Mike