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User-submitted Dr. Thomas Constable Notes (pdf format) 2018-12-06
Very good notes for each book of the Bible in pdf format

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wsbones

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wsbones submitted a new module:

Dr. Thomas Constable Notes (pdf format) - Very good notes for each book of the Bible in pdf format

Unzip to your SwordSearcher user directory. This will create a folder called TCENp-Assets which will have only a bookshelf image in it for now.

You will need to download the PDF files for yourself. They are located here:
https://www.planobiblechapel.org/tcon/notes/pdf/

Move the pdf files into the TCENp-Assets folder and everything should work correctly. You can click on each book in the bookshelf and it will open the correct pdf file.
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Johnny NL

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Dr. Thomas Constable Notes (pdf format) - Very good notes for each book of the Bible in pdf format



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DONE !!!!
Wow! Thank you Sir.
2:00 Am, and diggin' into this like a kid in a candy store.
Fully downloaded, locked and loaded, fully operational.
Very enjoyable, and so nice, there is maps, and all kind of info.
Thanks again Mr. wsbones.
And of course Ya'all remember.... save, back up, and save one more time !! Ye don't wanna loose all that good data !
(running out of coffee...☕☕☕😁....not!)
 

wsbones

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Hey wsbones. Is there a way that I can use the framework (book & image) to create a similar module for other pdf commentaries I have?
If the other pdf's are organized by book of the Bible, the framework will function correctly. You would need to make a module called X (any name) and a folder called X-Assets. In module X you would create a topic called _Bookshelf. In the folder X you would put your put the image called bookshelf.png and all the pdf files named by book of the Bible using the exact same names that I used. Look in the TCENp-Assets folder as an example for naming the pdf files.

The last step would be to copy the code from my _Bookshelf_code.txt into your _Bookshelf topic using the code editor. Attached is the code. _Bookshelf will be the only topic in your module. It will call and display the file in the X-asset folder when you click on the book of the Bible.

I also attached the image - bookshelf.png
 

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If the other pdf's are organized by book of the Bible, the framework will function correctly. You would need to make a module called X (any name) and a folder called X-Assets. In module X you would create a topic called _Bookshelf. In the folder X you would put your put the image called bookshelf.png and all the pdf files named by book of the Bible using the exact same names that I used. Look in the TCENp-Assets folder as an example for naming the pdf files.

The last step would be to copy the code from my _Bookshelf_code.txt into your _Bookshelf topic using the code editor. Attached is the code. _Bookshelf will be the only topic in your module. It will call and display the file in the X-asset folder when you click on the book of the Bible.

I also attached the image - bookshelf.png
Sweet!! :)
Thank you wsbones. I guess I know what I'll be doing for a while!
 
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