[sword-devel] [Fwd: [sword-support] Good News]

Troy A. Griffitts sword-devel@crosswire.org
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Hi ........

Troy suggested that I post a note saying I'm converting the Good News 
(TEV) Bible from an old Seedmaster version - just in case anyone else is 
thinking along the same lines (or already has code available?)

Just one question - I'm writing code to convert the text output from 
Seedmaster into the same kind of RTF that prn2sword handles.  Can 
anyone tell me how to mark up the TEV footnotes?  (It should be easy, 
as they are in curly braces).  Will <RF>  footnote  <Rf> do it, and if so, 
ought the footnote to be outside the verse, or in it?



>From Barry Drake (The Revd - minister of Arnold United Reformed Church,
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