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Loading BBL bible format in MacSword

Hi,

I'm new using MacSword. I found a very great program! I've read that is compatible with e-Sword project for Windows. However, I see MacSword modules have SWD extension but e-Sword modules (RV60 for instance) have BBL extension.

How do I load e-Sword downloaded modules into MacSword? I'm interested in RV60, concretely.

Very thanks in advance!

Jonatan
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Re: Loading BBL bible format in MacSword

Hi,

I'm new using MacSword. ... How do I load e-Sword downloaded modules into MacSword?


Greetings,

First of all, please realize that MacSword and the whole Sword project is completely independent from e-Sword. There is no way to get the modules from e-Sword to work directly within MacSword. Having said that, however, there are ways to convert the content, but it is not exactly for beginners. There is a thread in this forum (Module making) that deals with how to get access to the content of e-Sword modules. From there, the tools behind MacSword can be used to convert the content to the *.swd file you need.

As of now, the Spanish Bible Society has not given permission to make a RV60 module. Frankly I wonder about many modules on e-Sword. There is a lot of content there that seems to be under copyright and other programs (like OLB) require you to pay for the licence.

Write me personally and I can mention several options you can look into.

David
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