Bible Analyzer was designed to be simple to use and easy to navigate. Below is an overview of
some of Bible Analyzer's major components in its main window:
Most screen shots in this help file are of the Microsoft Windows 7 Edition. The Linux/Ubuntu version has slightly different appearance, however the functionality of Bible
Analyzer is much the same.
1. The Menubar and Toolbar
The Icons on the Toolbars are as follows starting from the left:
· Toggle MultiWindow
· Open User Manual
· MultiButton Control
The left side of the Message Toolbar area also contains a place for customizable text. (See Customize). To select a Bible chapter to display, select it from the Bible
Tree Bible chapters selected from the Bible Tree display in the Bible Panel. It contains all loaded
Bible Modules. To view a different Bible text Click, the appropriate tab near the top. Also, the Dedicated Cross-Reference Panel is within the Bible Panel. Along with ScripturePad and the Books Display,
most user initiated actions, such as search
results, comparison results, statistic results, etc., display in the Results Panel.
All loaded commentary modules display in the Commentary Panel. To view a different
commentary text, Click the appropriate tab near the top.
The Dictionary Panel contains all loaded dictionary Modules. To view a different dictionary text,
Click the appropriate tab near the top.
The panel dividers or sashes can be moved to adjust the window panel sizes. If the
cursor is placed on the center intersection of the two dividers, all panels can be resized at
once. See Navigation. Quick Search allows a reference or search word (or phrase)
to be entered for a basic search
without opening Master Control Panel. If a reference is entered, it will display in the Bible
Window. if a search word is entered, the search results will display in the Results Window.
If a reference is intended and only the book name is entered (Job, John, etc.), place a #
in the entry to tag it as a ref.
The MiniWindow can display the default dictionary (such as Webster's 1828 Dictionary), the
default Commentary (such as The Treasury of Scripture Knowledge), a list of verses extracted
from a text, a reference in context, Bible statistics, exported pages, and more. When the cursor is placed over an underlined reference, the verse will be displayed in a pop-up.
Pop-up color and range can be changed in Preferences. Most of the advanced features of Bible Analyzer are accessed in the Master
(F2). This control has several tabbed Panels for various functions of Bible Analyzer. For details on each of the Master Control Panel functions, click the appropriate item on the left
under the Master Control Panel Menu.