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[Doubt] How do verses on the internet, documents (LibreOffice, etc.) or other means to link the program Xiphos Bible?

Hello, good morning everyone. I want to express that the forum is a good learning tool. It's been beneficial to learn with you all.
In the release notes on the official website of the Xiphos has something related to this:
"When invoking Xiphos saw the sword: / / link, multi-refs are handled in the verse list. That is, the single link" sword: / / / Gen.1.1; Rev.1.1 "does what you expect, is identically the multi-clicking the bookmark ref. "[I confess I did not understand this note].

Based on this, I wondered if there was chance to see the verses in LibreOffice documents, or even on sites with Internet browsers that connect to the program Xiphos Bible.

I thank, have a nice day.
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Re: [Doubt] How do verses on the internet, documents (LibreOffice, etc.) or other means to link the program Xiphos Bible?

Xiphos checks to see if your system has a handler for sword:// URLs. If not, it installs itself (actually, a small helper program) as that handler. Then such URLs can be handled directly in e.g. web pages, so that a target reference "sword://ESV/john.3.16" does what you expect, clickable from the browser: It uses your existing Xiphos, or starts a fresh one if none is yet running, and tells Xiphos to navigate to that module and verse.

Yes, other documents besides web pages could use this method, if you are able to encode a sword:// URL as a linkable target.
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