I have been trying to think of a good way to do this. I downloaded their website also. They use search functionality on the internet website to find the appropriate file to open when you enter a name. On the download site, they give you a breakdown by the ABC's and you find the name and it's file association manually.I have downloaded the Bible Genealogy to my computer. Can the module be directed to a folder on my hard drive?
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Try replacing the space in "Program Files" and between "SwordSearcher 5" with %20.<a href=file:///E:\Program Files\SwordSearcher 5\UserAddedResources\Complete-Bible-Geneology.com/name_index.htm>index</a> on hard drive of all names<p>
I wish it would work that way but here's the way I use it. I have my preferences set up to display the Topic and Verse Guide when I double click on a word in the Bible or other window. Then when the "TV Guide" comes up, I select "A Bible Genealogy". That brings up the entry in the BGen module.Hi Bill
If I select (double click) a name in the Bible, say Moses, should the bgen tab highlight and moses be in the book panel when bgen is selected?
I will double click a name in the Bible pane and bgen does not come uop as a selected book and the list of name is there when I select the bgen tab.
Not sure if I am using this incorrectly
I have tried what you said but it still seem to go to the web. I also downloaded the new ss5 program but it still goes to web sight. I have the program in C:/Biblegen/.
I may be putting the file in wrong place,I have a swordsearcher mod folder in my documents.
I put the file you gave in my ss5/mod in my program folder. I am truly sorry for not understanding all of this.
Things are working the way you described, but I just want tot throw this out so I have it clear in my head.
If using the local drive method (alpha list selection) then this needs to be done by manually selecting the bgen tab to access the list, correct?? Because if I double click a word and go via TV Guide, it goes directly to the specified name.
Nice piece of work there, Bill!!