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Eliran Wong

Member Since 05 Mar 2013
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In Topic: NIV, NASB, NLT and AMP on MySword

06 September 2018 - 03:55 AM

Hi Eliran,

I have in the past mentioned to Denys, that there are resources that should not be available and they did take some down.

If you make a list of copyright modules and send it I am sure they will have another go at cleaning their act up.




Hi Jon,


  Yes, Denys is a good person.  I mentioned to him and Oleg occasionally.  I had just sent another brief list of 33 English bibles.




In Topic: NIV, NASB, NLT and AMP on MySword

05 September 2018 - 04:58 AM

You might want to look at MyBible for some translations that are not available in MySword.  The program has a lot to offer. NASB+, ISV, etc .  Check it out on the android and apple.
God bless the study of His word,
Carl, the FreeMan

I don’t think Christians should be happy if someone offers something in an illegal way. I think MyBible should clean up all materials, which they don’t have permssions to post.

In Topic: Greek NT INT+ translation

04 August 2018 - 04:43 PM

I had just updated English glosses in a Greek-English interlinear module, OGNTii.bbli (compatible with PC v11+/Mac/iPad/iPhone), available at:




You may read details about OpenGNTGloss at https://github.com/eliranwong/OpenGNT

In Topic: Problem with the Greek NT INT+

03 August 2018 - 06:30 AM



  Does this trick apply to device of small screen size?  I do have a PC to test.




In Topic: Greek NT INT+ translation

02 August 2018 - 03:47 AM

It is an error in the database of Eliran Wong: G444 means man/men.

By the way: G80 is brethen/brother/brothers


Yes, the error rooted in the original source.  I now switch to a new database, https://github.com/eliranwong/OpenGNT, from which I created e-Sword modules and made available at http://www.biblesupp...nt-interlinear/


I myself no longer use Greek NT INT+, as I found more errors in the original source.  However, I am thinking to create another file, like the one I did for Greek NT INT+.