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In Topic: So just what am I doing wrong

14 July 2019 - 05:59 PM

See the attached screen shots. I have tried this now five times, always with the same (non) result.


What am I missing here?attachicon.gifConverter failure.pdf


Tj Higgins, thank you for your response but I bought the NIV84 when it was the only NIV available as the detestable 2011 version with its inclusive language PC crap had not been published yet.


I have tried desperately to recover that for which I paid and once had, but alas it seems lost forever.


I guess I shall have to move on to the NKJV which is an excellent translation without the modern PC "inclusivity".


Anyway, please look at my original post and it's attachment. My real question is why, after a confirmed conversion, am I unable to find the converted file.


Blessings on your day.


Seems like that you're trying to convert a password protected locked e-Sword Bible file.


Guess what?! Hate to be the bearer of hard news. Because the file is both copyright, and an official e-Sword Bible file, and that its secured, you can't convert it despite how many times you try.


With that said, when it comes to the 1984 Edition of the NIV, I have extreme doubts that you would be able to get it for e-Sword LT, HT, and X unless that it has fallen off the back of the truck kind of thing.


That said, considering that you've got a 1984 NIV.bblx file, and you want one that works on your iOS and Mac devices, suggest you get a hold of T4, install it on your Windows PC, then run it, and then boot up e-Sword, do some copy and paste into T4, and then export it as a bbli file.


As to how to actually do this all, T4 comes with an excellent User Guide that will take you through the process.

In Topic: My old E-Sword accounts

09 July 2019 - 05:01 PM

I know I had at least one old E-Sword account and that I can find, along with my current one.


Is there any way to see if I had some other account over the many years I have used E-Sword?

What on earth are you talking about? There are no accounts with e-Sword itself!


You have to be a lot more specific to whom the account is with:

  • Is it with BibleSupport.com?
  • Is it with eStudySource.com?
  • Or is it with some other company which has their own e-Sword resources which the sell, e.g., NASB and etc?

And if you don't know who you have an account with, then there is no way we can guess or see anything in order to help you.

In Topic: Book of Concord Triglot.exe won't execute

07 July 2019 - 06:16 PM

Well, it clearly executed and is a .topx file so it should be current. Now my question is: Where do the .topx files appear? Don't find them in commentaries nor in reference books.


Chuck Fiedler

Below is a video which basically addresses your query





In Topic: Install Talmage Module

05 July 2019 - 02:12 AM

Talmage Module download did not install onto my laptop.  I would appreciate any help.   Ed Guerena

First cab off the rank. There isn't such a thing as a "Talmage" resource. It's actually called the "Rodkinson, Michael - Translator Babylonian Talmud 1918," or the Babylonian Talmud


Second cab off the rank. The Rodkinson, Michael - Translator Babylonian Talmud 1918, is a topx resource, and should be seen in your Reference Library; whilst the Babylonian Talmud is a dctx resource, and should be seen in the Dictionary tabs respectively  after installation.


Trust this information proves helpful  to you.




In Topic: Verse corrections needed for e-Sword LT

30 June 2019 - 09:56 PM

e-Sword LT has soap spelled as sope and e-Sword X has it correctly as soap, I just wanted to point that out incase someone can correct it for the LT version.



Jer 2:22  For though thou wash thee with nitre, and take thee much soap, yet thine iniquity is marked before me, saith the Lord GOD.



Mal 3:2  But who may abide the day of his coming? and who shall stand when he appeareth? for he is like a refiner's fire, and like fullers' soap:

Hope you find the below video helpful.