Thu, 13 Apr 2000 20:41:40 -0700
If I try to use the sword.chm it says hh.exe has generated errors and
will be closed by windows.
Jerry Hastings wrote:
> Those of you who are trying the prerelease of 1.4.7 Win32 can also try the
> helps that go with it:
> Just install it into the help folder under the folder you placed sword.exe
> in. It should be accessible from the Sword help menu-contents. The
> following is the section on the new Custom Range feature:
> Custom Range
> A Custom Range will limit a search to selected books or passages specified
> by the range. The range can be entered in the Range Field or selected from
> a list of predefined ranges by using the Custom Range Drop Down Button. A
> range of mat-john will limit a search to Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. A
> range can also consist of other ranges separated by semicolons. The range,
> mar-luk; acts, will limit a search to Mark, Luke and Acts. A range can
> specify chapters and verses. The range, John 3-John 7:28, will limit a
> search to part of the book of John, chapters 3 through 6 and chapter 7
> through verse 28.
> Note: A predefined range can not be used by entering the range name in the
> Range field. Predefined ranges must be selected from the Custom Range Drop
> Down list.
> Note: When a predefined range is selected from the Custom Range Drop Down
> list, the name of the range, not the range data, is displayed in the Range
> Field. If the range, joh; i joh-iii; rev, with the name, John, is selected
> from the drop down list, only the range name, John, will be displayed in
> the Range Field, but all five books, John, 1John, 2John, 3John and
> Revelation will be searched. However, entering the name, John, in the Range
> Field, without using the drop down list, will cause only the book of John
> to be searched.
> Note: When defining a range with a numbered book like, 2John, it is best to
> use the Roman numerals for book numbers. Use something like, iij or ii jon
> or II John for 2John.
> Define Custom Range Button
> While Scope is set to Custom Range, clicking on the Define Custom Range
> button will display the Maintain Custom Ranges window, where ranges can be
> defined, named, edited and saved to a list of predefined ranges. Click on
> an existing range name to edit that range, or click Add to create a new
> range. Enter the name for the range in the Range Name field for the range
> being defined . The name will be added to the list displayed by the Custom
> Range Drop Down Button. Enter the range data in the Range Text field. As
> you enter the data in the Range Text field the panel below it will show how
> the data is being interpreted. Click on Save to save the range, or the
> information will be lost. To remove a range from the list, click on the
> name of the range and then click Remove.