[sword-devel] Announcing FireBible 0.5.1 - GPLed Firefox font-end
refdoc at gmx.net
Sun Mar 30 13:12:54 MST 2008
Ok, I guess you want to know how one can make it break? ;-)
I switched off Page Style and then switched it on again. As a result the
comments column on Genesis 1 in the WLC changed sides and became nearly
unreadable as it is now one word per line.
Do you want a screenshot?
Ubuntu 7.10 FF 22.214.171.124, Java 1.6 and BD last nightly build
Brian Fernandes wrote:
> Hey Guys,
> The last time I wrote to this list about my Firefox front end, it was
> way back in November 07. It has been a long journey since with a ton of
> fundamental issues to deal with, but I believe I finally have something
> worth releasing.
> I'm calling it FireBible (I know not really creative; another unrelated
> Firefox extension I write is called DataFox... :) )
> You can get FireBible 0.5.1 here - http://thegoan.com/firebible
> FireBible is based on JSword, since JSword is both cross platform and
> easy to integrate with Firefox. You need to download and install JSword
> separately, I have tested / developed this with JSword 1.0.7. FireBible
> should work with Firefox 1.5 - 3.0 (including all the 3.0 betas).
> The installation process is probably a tad too complex for people not
> used to anything other than double click installers, especially because
> of the separate JSword download; but that makes the difference between a
> download 2.6MB or a mere 60KB which is how big the extension actually
> is. I'd like to make it simpler in the future, with perhaps an all
> inclusive download later.
> I've tried to keep scope down by supporting only Bible text modules for
> now, but can expand to support all modules rather quickly, depending on
> feedback received. Since most of the fundamental issues have been dealt
> with, I should now be able to concentrate on feature additions.
> FireBible does not have an interface for module management, nor does it
> have any display preferences yet, but these are the easier bits to
> handle. I did add search and indexing capabilities though, so you can
> search installed modules.
> The site should explain everything. I would really appreciate any
> critique and suggestions you may have on everything ranging from the
> site and the installation procedure to the actual extension itself.
> DM Smith, especially looking for critique from you; would this be the
> first non BibleDeskto use of JSword?
> Best regards,
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