Module Creation File Naming Convention exhorts theWord module creators to use an easier way of naming topics (chapters) within theWord when they create a new module.
As the saying goes, there is more than one way to skin a cat. This is true also when you make Bible modules. I would make a comment here, that THE BEST WAY for making a module for theWord is within the program itself. That I say because every time you pass a module through a converter, you run the risk of corrupting parts of it. In the “old days” (I have been in this business of creating modules for about 15 years I guess. I started with e-Sword, and migrated to theWord and mySword.) I ran across modules made by who knows for e-Sword, and the module just would not work correctly in any Bible program. I converted them to theWord and they still were giving me weird behavior. So the preferred method is with theWord itself. MySword is a Bible app for the Android devices, and you cannot make anything natively in that program. You have to make the module in e-Sword or theWord and convert it.
The Simple Bible Reader program is a program which is made for converting modules from one Bible format to another. I did not create nor do I maintain this program, it is developed by other people.
Basically, theWord is an exceptionally full-featured program for making hyperlinks. This feature allows you to link text to other places within the same module, within other modules, and also to Bible verses. (version specific if you desire). You can also make hyperlinks to the Internet. Continue reading Making HyperLinks theWord Bible verse References
This second part of the editing Module Properties Class will look at the essential information in the Module Properties tab. Once you right click on a module’s name in the module tab about it, then you will see the image below. Here in “Darby’s Dictionary” (posts November 12, 2017) from theword-dictionaries.com , you will see the Darby Dictionary information as an example.
Preparing material for a theWord Module is a class on how to prepare material for making or creating a theWord module.