PURPOSE OF QUESTION: Note taking in digital Bible Study is the **biggest issue** (next to the ease of quick references pop-ups) for using bible software.
Note taking **organization**, as well as resources (libraries), is the greater percentage of this **big issue**.
We've all been **burned** by software upgrades, dis-continued support of older versions (+ buyouts, lack of data conversions), finding the most expanded capabilities in formatting (without the heavy load background code), etc.
I follow Shane's desires to find a) generic word processing WITH capabilities, for access from the narrowing choices of Bible study software - **differing by**resources** preferred at different times - or progressively. DEVELOPERS LOOSE by trying to keeping their "Notes" in a **captive format** format.
But, I do not follow you Brother Morton, as to why BA (preferred, in my case because of the Bullinger + resources) is using THIS XML that is not even read by other XML, and can not read other editor created XML docs. ..... as you say, "used with Ba" should present no problems"..... but, that is HALF of us "User's" Note taking & organization issues! ..... HALF of our pursuit of Bible Study!
eSword has a **great Note Editor**, but no unique/hard to get Resources....
Why would you choose this XML Editor OVER a Major / cros-platforms / used by a majority Editor (such as eS's Word-like Editor) or even RTF / HTML?
Help me understand why this XML Editor is - I assume preferred by you / BA ?
(I'm noticing a weakness in it, as if **duplicates my verse notes, to the next vs, when / as the only way to "Save" my verse note, is to go onto the next note.... which is *copying the same note to it's intended verse AS WELL AS the next verse".... wiping out the next verse note that was there. This has happened on two different computers. ...not happy, when I prefer the resources of BA.
Thank you, Catherine
PS: THIS online editor HAS MORE Editing options by FAR! - I'd even LOVE this one over what is currently in BA