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e-Sword Files

Discussion in 'Computers & Technology Forum' started by Pastor Keith, Apr 26, 2006.

  1. Pastor Keith

    Pastor Keith New Member

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    As some have already noticed, the Immanuel Downloads page is no more. However, I am in the process of posting all of the e-Sword files that were there at PastorThroop.com:

    http://www.pastorthroop.com/

    I will even be adding more e-Sword files than were previously available at the Immanuel Downloads page.

    Just thought some of you other e-Sword users might want to know!
     
  2. nate

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    Thx for the heads up.
     
  3. Pastor Keith

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    No problem. I hope the files are useful to all of you.
     
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    donnA New Member

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    Tried downloading some of your esword files, and it said no program to open them with and asked if I wanted to search the net to find one, and when it did it said there was none. I do have esword on my computer. Your files just aren't working.
     
  5. exscentric

    exscentric Well-Known Member
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    The files are .top files which are ready to go. You have to copy them to one of two places on your hard drive.

    1. If you are running an older version of e-sword the files go in c:\program files\e-sword

    2. If youi are running the new version of e-sword they go in my documents\e-sword
     
  6. Trotter

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    How would you install a bbl file? I have an e-sword module that is a bbl, but I don't rightly know what to do with it.
     
  7. exscentric

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    Just copy it to c:\program files\e-sword directory and it should show up when you open the program.

    In the older versions all files go in that location. For some reason on the last version he copied .top files to the other location. I suspect it is to be usable with Vista but don't know.
     
  8. Trotter

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    Cool. It worked perfectly. Thanks.

    Try going to eSnips and doing a search for e-sword. 120 pages of stuff, but there are several useful files, especially if you are into the languages.
    http://www.esnips.com/
     
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  9. exscentric

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    There is a link on e-sword's links page to more files and there are two or three yahoo groups that talk about it. One is really into converting files into e-sword. I am fairly sure they are church of christ men so you'd want to chew and spit a lot :laugh:
     
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