Thanks for your help - it sorted out parallel view for me, but there is
still the problem with the Strongs numbers.
It isn't that they aren't displayed in the biblical text screen, but rather
when I click on them there, the numbers (and comments) don't automatically
change in the dictionary screen, and I have to manually enter the numbers in
the search box above the screen. Any ideas about it?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Chuck Hast" <wchast@...>
Sent: Saturday, March 03, 2012 11:57 PM
Subject: Re: [GnomeSword-users] parallel view in Xiphos
On Sat, Mar 3, 2012 at 17:38, John Hazlehurst
> Is anyone able to tell me how to get the parallel view tab to work? It
> perfectly well when I click on it, but is completely devoid of text.
I am not sure if there is any difference in this area, I am running
mine under Ubuntu,
but you need to populate the parallel module with the Bibles you want
visible, I do
Edit > Preferences > Modules > Parallel:
You will now have a empty screen there are three icons on mine; a
and a plus [+] sign, click on the [+] and that will open a small
screen which will have,
at least in mine two selections, Biblical Text and Commentaries, click
Text and you will be shown the Bibles you have installed, you then
select them to
add them to your parallel view.
> Also I have to type in the Strong's numbers manually in the dictionary
> panel, because clicking on them in the bible text has no effect - again,
I just right click anywhere on the Bible text screen and get a small
"Module Options" click on it, that will open another small screen, you will
Strongs with a small tick box in front of it, as soon as I tick that
box on mine the
numbers become visible.
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