[sword-devel] Firefox front-end
djortley at gmail.com
Mon Dec 10 08:13:26 MST 2007
I think its very cool. Actually, I'd probably use it quite a bit.
I'm always in FF, and don't like firing up BibleDesktop if I want to
do a quick reference check. If it can be gotten to work with other
texts as well, I'd probably be even more interested as there are some
other texts that I commonly use. I'd probably use it quite a bit.
On Dec 10, 2007 1:18 AM, Brian Fernandes <infernalproteus at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey Guys,
> I've implemented a Sword front-end (using JSword) as a Firefox extension.
> Here is a a screenshot of what I have so far:
> I haven't spent any time prettying it up, just using the styled text
> output from JSword verbatim.
> I would like to know if this is going to be useful to our community. I
> know there are many great front-ends already, but some people (like me)
> would also like to use something that is integrated with FF (just a
> notch above the people who do everything in emacs :)) Or has something
> similar already been done?
> To use this you would need the JSword libraries and the extension which
> should work in Firefox 1 and up. Implementing this however has not been
> too easy; so I would like to gauge the interest in using such an
> extension before proceeding or taking it too far. Right now the
> extension is really a prototype in POC stage and only handles Bibles. I
> will implement a "bible" protocol, so typing in something like
> bible://Exod.15.20 into your address bar would take you to that
> particular book, chapter and verse.
> I really would like to see this through, but perhaps not if it isn't
> going to be useful. Kudos to the sword and jsword teams for such
> excellent resources.
> Would appreciate any thoughts and ideas,
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