We have just released Bible Analyzer
which has several improvements and new features. Here is a list of the major changes:Go to Verse:
The Verse History box now doubles as a Go To Verse entry box. It will accept nearly all conventional abbreviations and some not so conventional, such as, Gen, ge 1:, Ge1, Mat, Mt, rom 4:5, etc. If only a book is entered it will go to chapter 1 by default. Case or periods after the book (Gen.) are not important, but a period or space can be used in place of a colon (Gen 3.15). The Alt+F Accelerator key will set the focus on the Go To Verse box for quick reference entry.Bible Panel:
The currently selected verse in the Bible Panel is now highlighted by a shaded background. Clicking anywhere inside a verse will select it. Also, clicking on a word will make it the current word, thus available for dictionary lookup.Context Menu:
The right-click Context Menu has been updated to include a Commentary Entries submenu, a Copy Selection item, and a search of a highlighted selection can now be made similar to the single word search. If the selection is more that 15 characters it is truncated in the menu.Verse Popup:
Verse popups now can show multiple verses and red letters. The maximum number of verses can be selected in Preferences.Searching:
Advanced Bible Search, Proximity Search, Wordlists, certain Statistics, and Bible Compare can now search contiguous and non-contiguous ranges. Examples of searching a contiguous range: Gen – Lev, Gen 1 - Lev 10, Mat 2:5 - Luk 12:12, etc. Non-contiguous ranges must be separated by a comma, thus Gen 5-10, Lev 10-12:10, Mat 5:5-7:20 as a group will search only between those references. Any combination of books, chapters, and verses can be used.
(Ranges like Mat 5:10-20 meaning verses will not work. The parser will interpret the 20 as chapter 20. The way to form an entry for verses is Mat 5:10-5:20. Another issue is 1-3 John. The accepted method is 1Jo-3Jo, etc.)
Furthermore, there is a drop-down history so previous ranges can be retrieved. There is also a search history drop-down that will remember every detail of a search, except the current Bible text.
Strong’s numbers can now be searched either by right-click or direct entry as well as a Word/Number combination (available in Greek texts also).Image Viewer:
User supplied .jpg and .gif images can now be viewed in the Image Viewer. Simply place the files in the ...Modules/Image folder and they will be found under the User Images heading in the Image List.
There are also various other bug fixes and minor enhancements.
Those of you who already have Bible Analyzer 3.0 or greater installed can get the updated executable from this page,http://www.bibleanalyzer.com/updates.htm
The full setup edition edition can be downloaded from here (the Linux edition will be available in a few days),http://www.bibleanalyzer.com/download.htm