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Submitted by OscarDoo on Mon, 02/28/2011 - 20:53
Wish List: I'm new to E-Sword. I love this program, it' so smooth and seamless between modules. I would like to see a day timer/calendar included. Has this topic ever come up before? Has it ever been considered? I could use this with Sunday School meetings, Children's Church teacher's meetings, visitations, etc. It would be nice to go to one Bible program and have everything right there, including a day timer.
Does anyone know of a good study that traces how word meanings evolve with time? For example, the word symbol has drastically changed in meaning.
Submitted by eSworDD on Sun, 02/27/2011 - 12:24
I'm creating a scripture memory module using sqlite. The module contains 1350 verse references of the most popular/favorite verses from various sources. The problem is none of the verses show up in the 'Today's Memory verses' tab of the Scripture memory tool, but all are editable in the 'Verse maintenance' tab.
Does anyone know what are the specifications of the scripture memory module? Is there an absolute limit on the number of entries? Or is there a limit to show the daily verses? I have an idea about the basic layout of the module entries such as reference, bible, category, hint, start and frequency.
Any help will be much appreciated.
Submitted by admin on Sat, 02/26/2011 - 21:42
I deleted a comment for Bullinger Bible, that had been moderated for spam links.
I also deleted a response to Gary's post about Rck's conversion tool.
In both instances it was a combination of spam links and x-rated language.
Does pocket esword word on any of these "e-readers", if yes which ones?
Are there any problems?
I've suspended development on the Maori Bible for the time being due to the
Christchurch Earthquake which happened on about 1.30pm NZDS Time, 22/02/11.
I've just recently got power on, but its not guaranteed. So things are quite a
bit iffy at the moment.
For those of you who may not be aware, I live in Christchurch, New Zealand, and
the suburb where I live has been hit pretty hard. If I don't respond to any of
your replies, please forgive me as I am in a hectic and extremely stressful
This is the first opportunity I've had to get online and see whats happening in read more...
E-Sword does not appear to be compatible with 64bit OS. This doesn't appear to be clearly indicated anywhere though.Submitted by Eleazar bar Aaron on Fri, 02/25/2011 - 23:36
I've done profiling using dependency walker and noticed that it refuses to use the runtimes and libraries located in %systemroot%\SysWOW64. As long as it does this, E-Sword is going to generate the "please wait while windows configures E-Sword" message. It's going to do this each time the application calls one of these files, i.e. a lot. It's less cumbersome if one just deletes the installer key for E-Sword, then it just quickly cycles through all of the installer attempts. It would be nice if this could be resolved though. I'm not too sure if any functionality is missing because of this, the program seems to be running ok.
Is there actually a 64bit version of the program and maybe the installer is giving me the wrong one?
Submitted by Ogsball on Fri, 02/25/2011 - 15:19
Is there a module of the 1973(?) Episcopal Book of Common Prayer?
I've been working on getting the United Methodist Book of Worship in but I know it's under copyright -- silly Methodists.
If you want to reach the goal of your life, you must begin in Spirit.
When I was in Qatar, somebody send me 25 Beautiful Quotes and this is the most that I can't forget. I believe this is relevant to Matthew 6:33 Glory be to GOD
Submitted by DSaw on Tue, 02/22/2011 - 13:16
I have uploaded Quotes 2 in harmony and Commentary formats to eSU
It is also available here
Harmony eSword tab name is Quotes2
Commentary eSword tab name is Quotes2
There are also modules at my forum that have don’t been processed by eSU yet
QUOTATIONS IN THE NEW TESTAMENT
CRAWFORD HOWELL TOY
PROFESSOR IN HARVARD UNIVERSITY
CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS
COPYRIGHT, 1884, BY
CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS
Franklin Press :
RAND, AVERY, AND COMPANY,