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In Topic: Error 1310 please help

20 May 2020 - 09:56 AM



E-sword could be trying to write to a file that is being used by another program.

In Topic: e-Sword 10.4 to 12.1 ???

23 March 2020 - 08:41 AM

Modules for e-Sword 9 and 10 are rtf based (and the file extension ends on a X)
while modules for e-Sword 11 and 12 are htm based (and the file extension ends on an I)

I'm confused here; I'm using e-Sword 11.2.2 and all bible modules have extensions ending with X, including those listed in Download section. I have no problems, even though I use program in Linux Wine.

In Topic: Configure winecfg in linux

13 March 2020 - 07:27 PM

mfc42.dll , msls31 , msxml3 , msxml6 ,


vb6run , vcrun6 , wsh57 , corefonts


I've installed e-Sword on both 32 and 64 bit Linux; works fine with links.

You need the above installed in wine using winetricks.


I use PlayOnLinux to install windows programs, which makes handling bottles, dlls, and registry easier; also to delete entire bottle and restart fresh.

In Topic: Trivial post about the verse list.

01 December 2019 - 06:58 AM

Thanks; that satisfies my curiosity. 

In Topic: Topic Notes - Multiple Notes

10 November 2019 - 02:20 PM

Must admit had not thought of doing that. But with that said this is what I have tried.


In the topic file I made a list of the items that I wanted to put additional information under, Jesus Christ, Abraham, David etc.

I then put the info I wanted under each heading. Simple data file.


Jesus Christ













 Called of God

 Father of Jews


You can add information under each sub heading as you like.


When you want to search them you use the search icon that you find under  "Journal Notes" . This will open a text box where you enter your search request. If the info you are looking for is found in more than one place you can step down through the listings.


Hope this helps. If it works well for you let us know. Thanks

Makes sense; that is what I was doing, until I read the OP thinking there was an alternative method.