[sword-devel] GenBook Creation
Wed, 4 Sep 2002 16:39:47 +0200
> What is the HTMLRTF file? I do not see anything that looks like that
Maybe Chris meant the source code for the HTMLRTF filter?
> Am I correct to understand that everything in the windose front end is
> converted to rtf so it can be displayed, but in BibleTime for Linux it will
> render the HTML?
Yes, I think this is correct :)
In BibleTime you can even use CSS, which is valid in ThML modules.
> by grace alone,
> Don A. Elbourne Jr.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Chris Little" <email@example.com>
> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Sent: Tuesday, September 03, 2002 10:41 AM
> Subject: Re: [sword-devel] GenBook Creation
> > On Tue, 3 Sep 2002, Don A. Elbourne Jr. wrote:
> > Just catching what wasn't otherwise answered...
> > > 2. Is the best way to create links to use the ThML syntax <scripRef
> > > passage="John 3:16">John 3:16</scripRef> or is there a better way. This
> > > results in a link that must be right clicked for a context menu to pop
> > Yes. In this case just <scripRef>John 3:16</scripRef> would suffice.
> > OSIS should be posted in a day or so (or less) so you could be REALLY
> > cutting edge and use <reference osisRef="John.3.16">John
> > 3:16</reference>.
> > :) You could use OSIS references for linking to non-scripture materials
> > in a canonical manner also. And <a> tags are supported by both ThML &
> > OSIS (though probably not by BibleCS) to link with URIs.
> > > 3. In my IMP file, some HTML seems to work such as <b><i> and <p> but
> > > things such as <li><blockquote> and others do not. Is there a way to
> > > get
> > > HTML to work? If not, what tags may be used?
> > No. It's a failing of our HTML to RTF filter. I don't have a list of
> > what works, but you could read the HTMLRTF file. :) Anything we mention
> > in that should work.
> > --Chris