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In Topic: html codes recognized by e-Sword 12

09 September 2019 - 01:44 AM

<a href='Commentaries on the Gospel according to St. Mark (Third Edition, 1909) and the Apocalypse of St. John, by H. B. Swete. Macmillan, 1906.'><not>[11]</not></a>    


The above anchor will work as a mouseover in e-Sword-PC but there is added "Control+Shift to follow link" inside the tootip.  One cannot use unicode Hebrew or Greek or various formatting codes in the text such as <p>.  The href code above could be somewhat useful for footnotes within modules like Lange.cmti, which don't seem to work correctly. 


For what it's worth...



In Topic: html codes recognized by e-Sword 12

05 September 2019 - 01:47 PM

Thank you for the information and hyperlink.  I found the OGNT at:



God bless,



In Topic: html codes recognized by e-Sword 12

04 September 2019 - 10:37 PM

Thank you for your reply.  I am not able to find "OGNTv".  If it is Orthodox Greek New Testament, I do not find the specific edition of it you are referring to.


I have incorrectly stated that the "ESV with notes" has mouseover.  When one taps on the note citation, eg: N4, then it opens a new window on the iPhone showing the comment, which must then be closed to see the ESV text again, so about the same as tapping on C for Commentary and finding the linked note there.  The advantage when making a module is that one would be able to have the note inline so that one does not have to match 2 modules (bbli and cmti) when adding a note.



In Topic: html codes recognized by e-Sword 12

03 September 2019 - 12:52 PM

Thank you!  That's a good start.


Does anyone know how the pop-up notes (as in the ESV notes module in iPhone) are encoded?  For example for Luk_23:34:


<not>N1 omitted in several of the oldest greek mss. P75 ℵ2a B D* W Θ 070 579 1241; also omitted in VL mss. Vercellensis and Bezae and by the Old Syriac Sinaiticus (but present in the Old Syriac Curetonian ms) and also omitted in the Coptic (Sahidic & Bohairic). Present in ℵ* ℵ2b A C D3, etc., and over 15 early church writers from the late 100s to 400 AD. Also present in versions: Vg, Ethiopic, Armenian</not>


shows up on the screen in its entirety, though colored olive and superscripted, but not simply as N1.

How then is it to be formatted so the longer text is seen only with mouseover?


Thank you.