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e-Sword Documentation - e-Sword Quick Reference PDF

05 July 2018 - 10:41 AM

File Name: e-Sword Quick Reference PDF

File Submitter: gtealw

File Submitted: 05 Jul 2018

File Category: e-Sword Documentation

Author: Andre Wu
e-Sword Version: Requires 10.1+
Suggest New Tag:: Help, Documentation, Reference

I created this double-sided quick reference for a class I was teaching and hope that others can benefit.

Click here to download this file

Issue with Hebrew text in Thayer Unabridged module

14 May 2018 - 07:26 PM

All of my other installed dictionary modules display Hebrew text fine. It is only the Thayer Unabridged (download here) that I have a problem (see first image). The second image is what the Hebrew text should look like. Does anyone else have the same problem? Any ideas on how to remedy the issue?






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Module with Textual Apparatus

05 May 2018 - 03:26 PM



Does anyone know if there's an e-sword NT module available with a detailed textual apparatus? I've installed a SBLGNT Apparatus but am looking for something that has more detail regarding the variant manuscripts. So for example, for Romans 16:5.


SBLGNT = Ἀσίας WH Treg NA28 ] Ἀχαΐας RP 



Desired = σίας  (P46, א, A, B, C, D*, F, G, 6, 81, 365, 630, 1739, pc, latt); χαΐας (D1Ψ, 33, 1881, Majority text, sy)


Any suggestions would be appreciated.









Script/Macro to Append Book Name to Verse References

08 April 2018 - 01:48 PM



I am trying to convert a commentary that is in HTML format (see attached sample). The problem is that the verse comments don't have the name of the book. However, the name of the book is mentioned at the beginning (line/record). For example,


Annotations for Matthew

1:1 genealogy of Jesus. “The book of the genealogy”

1:2 Abraham . . . Isaac . . . Jacob. 

1:3 Tamar. Ancient genealogies often omitted women. 

1:5 Rahab. Because Rahab joined Israel,



Annotations for Mark

1:1 good news about Jesus the Messiah.

1:2–3 In both of these Biblical quotations,

1:4 wilderness. The wilderness was a place of hardship,



Does anybody have a suggestion of how to implement an algorithm that searches for the "Annotation for" <bookname> and uses the bookname variable and adds "÷<bookname>" to the verse reference (e.g. ÷Matthew 1:1) until it reaches the next "Annotation for" and updates the bookname variable, and so on for all 66 books of verse comments (~10,000).


I am using a Windows PC and have a working knowledge of grep, sed, and awk and do most of my editing in Notepad++.


I appreciate any suggestions.