[sword-devel] SwordReader ........
b.drake at ntlworld.com
Wed Dec 5 08:35:47 MST 2007
Hi Daniel ..........
Thanks for your feedback and your encouragement.
Daniel Owens wrote:
> the way you have set up the sword home director is easier to deal with than the previous version, much more like BibleCS.
SwordReader ought now to allow everything by way of pathing and .confs
thatBibleCS does. The executable and .dll can go in any directory you
want as long as it follows the same rules as any other Sword app. Plus,
of course it handles commentaries as well as bibles. It still is able
to use a directory off the sword directory called 'books' if such a
directory is there, but I don't mention that in the install.txt because
I find it a bit bizarre and might take the feature out unless anyone
wants to come up with a reason for leaving it in.
> I assume you know this, but on my device the footnote displays everything in the note, including OSIS tags.
I noticed that NET bible displays some tags, and I'm going to do
something about that quite soon. But give me an example of your
experience so I can check that out too. Which module are you looking at
(and what note)?
> There are two issues that remain from the previous version that I hope can receive attention at some point. First, when I run the program it doesn't appear on the screen.
I'm aware of that one, but I'm very new to Windows Mobile, so I haven't
yet worked out how to make it paint the screen when it ought. If anyone
has any ideas, please speak up ......... I'm working on it!
> The second issue is only cosmetic, namely that the icon for the application doesn't appear in the shortcut.
Now that's odd! I've got an icon on my shortcut. Did you create the
shortcut using the method I suggest? (File Explorer/Edit/Copy on the
.exe and File Explorer/Edit/Paste Shortcut to make the shortcut?) My OS
is mobile 5.1.195 (although I doubt this feature would change much from
version to version).
-- From Barry Drake (The Revd) minister of the Netherfield United Reformed church, Nottingham see http://www.jesusinnetherfield.org.uk for our church homepages).
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