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djmarko53

Member Since 05 Jul 2011
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In Topic: Linking to a resource module from commentary

09 January 2019 - 10:40 AM

Isn't it possible to link to an appendix file and have it open in your browser?  If so, would it have to be online only, or can it be on your computer?  I was also under the impression that if the appendix is in the same document or commentary, you couldn't li k to it unless it was in the same page or se tion as your commentary.

In Topic: Schema or Tool for Creating HTML Modules

26 December 2018 - 02:30 PM

Wonder why that is? I guess it would be too difficult to add full HTML 5 compatibility to e-sword. But then, I know just know just enough about programming to be dangerous.

In Topic: Schema or Tool for Creating HTML Modules

26 December 2018 - 09:05 AM

Was wondering if you could create a module using iFrames that would be used to load .txt or .rtf files that are located in the e-sword subdirectory. No HTML files. Maybe like having a menu in a table alongside an iFrame I. Either a verse note or chapter note in a .cmti commentary file. My idea is a menu for a particular verse note that would allow the user to view in the iFrame different commentator's notes for a particular verse note or chapter note.

In Topic: Schema or Tool for Creating HTML Modules

25 December 2018 - 09:02 PM

I wonder also, if iFrames will work withing .refi or .cmti modules.

I it does I suppose you could have external .txt or .rtf files appear

within an iFrame either in Verse Notes, Chapter Notes and/or 

Book Notes in .cmti (Commentary Modules).  If that be the case,

then shouldn't it also work in .refi (HD) Reference modules.  If it

works for these type of modules, will it also work in .bbli (Bible) modules??

 

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In Topic: refi files

05 December 2018 - 08:43 AM

Bill,

 

In case you read this....  When I create Commentaries and Reference Works I always save

the .rtf source file in my e-Sword sub-directory where the e-Sword program is located.  Then,

when I compile the .cmtx, cmti, refx or .refi modules, e-Sword doesn;'t usually have any trouble

finding the module.  Of course, sometimes, for whatever reason, ToolTip NT will save the update

to the ToolTip subdirectory instead.  Then I have to go looking for it and copy the updated module

to the proper subdirectory so that the updated module actually shows up properly in e-Sword.