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ebulerdo

Member Since 14 Jun 2011
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In Topic: e-Sword ToolTip Tool NT

03 January 2013 - 03:22 AM

Hi Patchworkid

 

what Hebrew font does e-Sword use?  I know it is something like Titus Cyberbit basic, but what I am asking is name of font like HebraicaII or another Hebrew or Greek font 

 

Josh has explained what a legacy font is. The good news is you will easily find converters from most legacy fonts to unicode. Just search Google for "convert hebrew legacy unicode". I found this one online that supports several different formats, but there are many more, as well as downloadable converters:

http://www.tertullia...rse/convert.htm

 

On the other hand, Titus Cyberbit, which is the default font for Hebrew and Greek in e-Sword, has a problem with pointed Hebrew text. Vowel points appear displaced to the left, in many occasions they seem to be under the next letter. A free font that I like a lot and fixes this problem is Ezra SIL. It contains all the Hebrew characters you may ever need, and it looks great. :-)

 

Regards,

 

Carlos


In Topic: Combining all notes into a single rtf file.

01 January 2013 - 07:40 AM

Oh, I didn't realize I was answering to an old message! O:-)


In Topic: Combining all notes into a single rtf file.

01 January 2013 - 07:33 AM

Hi Ken

 

Thanks Patch, I downloaded the tool and it is very cool. A fantastic tool for topics, commentaries, bibles, devotionals and such. What I was hoping to do was to extract all of my study notes out of the underlying sqllite database.

 

Tooltip Tool is not just for building new modules. You can use it to open an existing module, and it will show all your notes as a single RTF document. You can print that or export it to any word proccesor. I think that's exactly what you are asking for.

 

You have that options at Modules - Notes - Read notes file.

 

Have a look at it.

 

Regards,

 

Carlos


In Topic: Bookmarks and links inside the same file

01 January 2013 - 07:12 AM

Thanks, that is an interesting idea: building the appendices as a dictionary so that references can be clicked.

 

I have to evaluate whether the format swift has more advantages or disadvantages, butI will keep the idea for other projects.

 

Ebed Doulos, I will contact you privately. :-)

 

Thank you!

 

Carlos


In Topic: Bookmarks and links inside the same file

31 December 2012 - 09:58 AM

Thank you, Dave.

 

I had the impression that was the problem, so I guess I have finished my module. :-)

 

Thanks!

 

Carlos