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In Topic: Toolbar options on iPad

Yesterday, 03:37 PM

I noticed recently that when we use split-screen on iPad and have e-sword open with pages on split-screen the bookmark tab moves off the screen.  This has only happened recently.  Is there a way to move the bookmark button over on the toolbar to be visible in split-screen mode?
The quickest method to get a reply for iPhone design modification options, will be to use the contact option to contact Rick Meyers, on the developer's website. https://www.e-sword.net/ipad/contact.htm If you know the version of the model, and of the operating system you use, include those details also in your report and query. 

Hey Olaf,

She says iPad, and you say iPhone.

Hey there's a song that sort of goes like that
Gotta seriously love this.


In Topic: reference books

08 August 2022 - 08:14 AM



Or you can open it from the main menu -> Tools -> Reference Library...


Also on the main menu -> Help, you should find e-Sword Users Guide. It is a little outdated but still useful. Well useful if you read it.

Yep, and that one too.



Stephen (Php 1:21).

In Topic: reference books

07 August 2022 - 11:21 PM

I have installed some reference books however I am not sure how to find them in e-sword. Such as a reference work on Christology. Any assistance would be great, as I am relatively new to e-sword.
At the top of e-Sword there is a menu and right below the menu there is a row of buttons. One of those buttons looks like 3 books click that button to open the e-Sword Reference Window, this is where you will find the the reference books you downloaded.

I did a quick video showing that button with the 3 book icon thingy in case anyone got confused at what Higgsy was talking  about.



So with that, sit back and enjoy.



Stephen (Php 1:21)

In Topic: Matthew Henry's Commentary on the Whole Bible

07 August 2022 - 08:32 PM

The trouble is, the computer I have my e-Sword software on cannot connect to the internet and I want to be able to download the module with my phone, then connect the phone to my computer and transfer the file.


Any way we could get the Matthew Henry Commentary available for download on this site?

Solutions (Actions you can take):

  1. Connect that computer to the internet. Or
  2. Borrow a computer which is connected to the internet. Or
  3. Message me your snail-mail (postal) address and I'll burn a DVD which will have that resource on it (and then some), and send it to you.

Take your pick.


So, don't think "I can't do such and such because of..." Rather think, "What other way can I do such and such..." And you'll find that you've solved that "I can't..." bit thingy, and you'll go Woohoo.gif .




In Topic: tooltip html tags to rtf equivalents

01 August 2022 - 06:45 PM

The last version would be e-Sword 8 all windows versions from e-Sword 9 forward use the modules with the bblx file extension. From e-Sword 11 forward both bblx and bbli modules can be used. This is also true of all other e-Sword modules such as Commentaries, Dictionaries etc.

With regard to bbli files able to run on e-Sword 11, I don't think that was really the case. Admittedly I could be wrong. That said, however, I do remember that the bblx, cmtx, and dctx files were made in HTML format for version onety one (11), and bbli and etc., files were made compatible for e-Sword 12 (onety two).


This is what happens to me on a Tuesday.


This boy seriously needs a lot of prayer.