[sword-devel] Display settings help
Wed, 24 Oct 2001 13:17:12 -0700
Thank You Jerry! I really appreciate the time you take to maintain the help
files. It is nice to know people can look there first before having to
contact us for support. This update looks good.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jerry Hastings" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, October 24, 2001 12:44 PM
Subject: [sword-devel] Display settings help
> David, and others, below is a rough draft for the display settings help.
> Let me know if there are any corrections and or improvements you would
> Display Tab
> Use these display controls to customize the display of texts.
> Use the drop down button of the Scheme Control to display a list of scheme
> names. A scheme can be chosen by clicking on a name. A scheme is a set of
> all the settings for: Text Fonts, font, foreground and background colors
> and size; Verse Number Color; Current Verse Color; and Combo/Edit Fields
> color. Selecting a scheme and clicking OK will cause the settings of that
> scheme to be load the next time The SWORD Project for Windows is loaded.
> File Control
> Use the File Control button to Save, Delete, Import, or Export schemes.
> Module Type
> Use the drop down button of the Module Type Control to select the module
> type that changes in Text Font will be applied to. For example: selecting
> Bible Modules will limit changes in Text Font settings to Bible Modules,
> which are what is displayed in the Bible window.
> Text Font
> Click the Text Font button to make changes in settings for font, font
> background color and foreground color.
> Verse Number Color
> The Verse Number Color setting controls the color of verse numbers in
> modules and for the current verse number in commentary modules. It does
> change the color of other verse references in commentary text.
> Current Verse Color
> The Current Verse Color setting controls the color of the current verse in
> Bible modules. If the Current Verse Color Check Box is unchecked the
> current verse will be the same as other verses.
> Combo/Edit Fields
> The Combo/Edit Fields setting controls the color of fields for current
> verse and dictionary lookup.
> Color Window
> In the color window click on the color you want and then click on OK.
> The Preview displays how changes to the settings will be displayed. If the
> preview display is acceptable click OK. The SWORD Project for Windows must
> be restarted before the new settings will take effect. Click Cancel to
> abort changes.