Text Format of Various Modules

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Re: Text Format of Various Modules

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Bro. Tim

What would you suggest if making an encyclopedia type of modue. There will be a name and then a multi-line article following. Would a dictionary format be best or would there be something more specific you would use?

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Re: Text Format of Various Modules

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The dictionary format would be best. That is what the International Standard Bible Encyclopedia is in and it works pretty well.
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Re: Text Format of Various Modules

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Regarding the text format for a Bible Module, I have three questions:

1. How do you format the verse notes--i.e., alternate readings / translations provided by the version translators?
2. Am I able to export an existing module--such as Webster's Revised Version--in order to make changes and then re-import into Bible Analyzer? If so, how do I do this?
3. Are the modules databases such that they could be opened directly by Microsoft Access or some other SQL server? If so, what format is used?

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Matt

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Re: Text Format of Various Modules

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The files are SQLite databases and can be opened with any SQLite viewer.

Bibles with footnotes cannot be compiled with the built in Module Creator. They require additional tables and formatting that I do myself.
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