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APsit190

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APsit190's Theological Rants > Americans Living In New Zealand

Posted 23 April 2019

I realize that this is not an actual Theological Blog. In fact that is nowhere near or closely related to the Bible in any form, shape or size.

With that said, done and dusted, and gotten out of the way; Americans (those wacky people from the U.S.A) actually have immigrated to New Zealand. Amazing as it sounds, it's totally true.

Below is a story of an...


e-Sword World > Hidden Gems in e-Sword - Part 1

Posted 09 May 2018

One the things that e-Sword has are, what I like to call, hidden gems. Gems are those things that are in e-Sword where one can have fun doing when learning the Scriptures and a few other things.

One of these hidden Gems is the Memory Verse tool, of which one can actually have a lot of fun doing. In some respects its can turn out to be a game, a competiti...


APsit190's Technical stuff > Hate Those Shortcut Arrows on your Windows 10 Desktop?! The Videos

Posted 27 April 2018

Way back in 17 December 2015 I did a blog  on "Hate Those Shortcut Arrows on your Windows 10 Desktop" of which there was a set of step by step instructions of how this could be done. So with that in mind I thought it would be great to create a couple of videos to show just how this actually works.

Part 1 of How to Hide Shortcut Arrows on Desktop Icons is...


e-Sword World > New To e-Sword Bible Software?

Posted 29 June 2016

This blog is aimed at newbies of e-Sword, of those who have never heard of and used e-Sword before it was either given to them or downloaded by them. And if you fit in that category of users, then this blog is just for you, and one you need to read.

The e-Sword interface  


A Kind of Introduction
From my perspective, e-Sword is the most simplest Bibl...


APsit190's Technical stuff > Developing for Linux in Visual Studio

Posted 05 June 2016

Some of the guys (and I think some of the gals as well) at MSDN land have created an add-on for Visual C++ where one can write software for the Linux platform.

From the Microsoft Website:
In order for you to be able to use this Extension, you will require you to have Visual Studio 2015 installed in your machine. If you do not have Visual Studio on your m...