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Jogirl

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#34530 Latest Update to E-sword HD

Posted by Jogirl on 12 October 2018 - 12:10 PM

It was great news to see an update for the iPad app that included the Ancient Hebrew Lexicon of the Bible, along with a Compare lexicons feature! Bible study keeps getting better with many thanks to Rick Meyers!!




#32065 20% off Commentaries today

Posted by Jogirl on 20 December 2017 - 10:19 AM

Estudysource:

  http://estudysource....page/index.aspx


#32026 Sale on e-sword modules

Posted by Jogirl on 13 December 2017 - 08:53 AM

Twelve daily deals at estudysource begins today.

   http://estudysource....page/index.aspx


#32020 E--sword HD note file

Posted by Jogirl on 11 December 2017 - 02:51 PM

I know that the resources in e-sword iPad app are not backed up in iCloud. So, when moving to a new iPad, I know that I have to reload those and I use a combination of iExpand drive and Google drive to move them onto the iPad. I am not a big fan of iTunes file sharing but yes, I could go that route. The main issue is my note file. I am pretty sure that I have to use iTunes file sharing to copy my notes and move them onto the iPad. And I do not know of any other options.  Anyone have another way?




#31678 Everett Study Notes ios version

Posted by Jogirl on 21 October 2017 - 03:21 PM

Question:  why is the download for the study notes referenced as a .cmti file:

http://www.biblesupp...s-apple-osxios/

When I select "download", the file to be downloaded is a .refi file???? Not .cmti or have I made an error?

Thanks!


#31221 Keil & Delitzsch display issue on e-sword hd

Posted by Jogirl on 14 August 2017 - 05:44 AM

I just noticed the following display in K & D while reading commentary on Is. 55.  Either it has always looked like this and I am slow to notice it or it is a new issue.  Can anyone comment?  I am running the latest update of e-sword hd.IMG_1547.PNG IMG_1547.PNG


#27776 kjv tvm bible

Posted by Jogirl on 26 May 2016 - 04:21 AM

Just a tad of a correction here. The GNT+ and GNT-TR+ do not contain the RMAC code. Only the GNT-BYZ+ text does. With that said, I quite a agree with the rest of what you said.
 
Blessings,

I am scratching my head here since my screenshot looks to me like I am using the Greek New Testament TR+ with the RMAC.  ???image.jpg


#27461 How to read/convert a .top file in e-sword latest version

Posted by Jogirl on 09 April 2016 - 08:32 AM

There is a .top file that I want to read in e-sword.  I downloaded it and installed it.  It doesn't show up in the reference browser.   There must be a way to do this--I just don't know how.  Please let me know how.  Thanks!




#26629 What's the Story with Rick Meyers?

Posted by Jogirl on 21 December 2015 - 06:10 PM

Very well said, APsit190.!!!!!!


#26067 New International Commentary on the New Testament

Posted by Jogirl on 27 September 2015 - 12:32 PM

The latest from estudysource and may I say they are really responsive:

"Both of these issues only pertain to the Windows module.  The Apple module is fine.

In regards to the tooltip references, those have been fixed and a new module has been uploaded, which you are welcome to download at no additional cost.

The Hebrew characters are an issue. The Unicode characters for Hebrew that have combining diacritics do not have an RTF equivalent in the Windows fonts. The text development manager is working on a solution, but since there are really so few of these in the NICNT we felt it was better to release it now rather than wait a couple of months. When this issue is addressed, the updated module will be made available."


#26042 New International Commentary on the New Testament

Posted by Jogirl on 24 September 2015 - 05:21 AM

I just noticed that estudysource is offering a new commentary and it sounds too good to be true:
http://estudysource.....aspx?pid=C0024
What surprises me is the low price.   Then, I wondered if it some kind of an abridged version.  Any comments? I did email estudysource to ask, BTW.


From estudysource: "These are the texts for the 18 vols. as supplied by the publisher. They are not abridged."

As Dartmaster and Josh both said, this is a good set at a good price.  An offer I cannot afford to pass up!


#26039 New International Commentary on the New Testament

Posted by Jogirl on 23 September 2015 - 03:36 PM

Received this from estudysource:

Thank you so much for taking the time to let us know about this. The text development manager will carefully look into it and make any necessary changes in future editions. If an updated edition is released, it will be available to you for downloading at no additional cost using the links in your online account or system receipt. We sincerely appreciate your attention to this matter!


#26035 New International Commentary on the New Testament

Posted by Jogirl on 23 September 2015 - 11:43 AM

I wrote estudysource and cited the two issues with the NICNT.




#26024 New International Commentary on the New Testament

Posted by Jogirl on 22 September 2015 - 05:27 AM

I just noticed that estudysource is offering a new commentary and it sounds too good to be true:

http://estudysource.....aspx?pid=C0024

What surprises me is the low price.   Then, I wondered if it some kind of an abridged version.  Any comments? I did email estudysource to ask, BTW.


#25344 Problem with www.biblesupport.com on iPad

Posted by Jogirl on 16 June 2015 - 04:39 PM

This is something I actually have never experienced on both my PC and my Tablet. Before responding to your post, I went online on my Tablet (as I was already online on my PC and on BibleSupport), and tested this website without any issues at all. It worked really fine. And because of that, the only thing I could think of that it really came down to a Browser issue, and not an issue with the site itself.
 
As I mentioned in my last response, I use Firefox as my Default browser on both PC and Tablet, and on my Tablet I have Firefox to load any website just as how Firefox for PC loads it and had no issues with it. Oh yeah, I nearly forgot, I also tested it on (and I really hate this one) IE (Internet Explorer) on  my PC without any issues, and also On Google Chrome on my Tablet. However, unlike Firefox on my Tablet, Google Chrome does not and cannot load the website as a Desktop Site, and so it came out distorted. And so with that, I really think it comes down to limitations of the Browser(s) one uses. And therefore it was for this reason I made that recommendation to ditch your iPad.
 
As a Software developer of sorts (that has to be good :lol: ) I test stuff to make sure that it does what it claims it can do, and then to see if I can "break" it (take it to its extreme), and more importantly, to see how well it performs. This also goes with Web Browsers.
 
When it comes to Web Browser Software for Mobile devices, one will never get and have the same experience as working from a Desktop machine as web pages do not load the same if they have not been designed and developed for mobile devices, simply because the Web Browser for Mobile devices have not been designed for that end; hence that drastic recommendation to my previous reply to your post.
 
So, with all of that said, done and dusted, I trust that things are actually working well for you on your iPad.
 
Blessings,

 
PS The one thing you will notice, This website is not designed for Mobile Devices, and as such you will experience difficulties of loading it.

No difficulties loading it on the iPad, at all.  Much better than the desktop PC and laptop in terms of speed even with SSD drive.  Love the iPad-super fast!!  Website glitch was, again, not my iPad but the website itself.  That info. came to me via messaging from the administrator not by my own derivation.