Download Libronix Tools for free. Libronix tools is a collection of conversion filters for to save in the native Libronix XML file. Is there a fairly simply way that I could convert modules from Libronix to E-Sword for my personal use? My goal is to make it more convenient by. I’ve been using e-Sword since , and I haven’t seen tools available for converting Logos (Libronix) resources to e-Sword. This isn’t saying.
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LDLS libbronix been built from the ground up and is very powerful. From the Libronix web site: Whenever possible data is stored in flexible, well-known formats like XML.
When data needs to be protected for copyright management reasons it is still created, maintained, and stored in standard formats on the publisher’s behalf; only the consumer deliverable is placed in the special, secured file format The programmatic interfaces between code modules are the minimum required for speed and functionality.
When the system records a user’s country of residence it does so according to the ISO standard; price lists for resources are stored with ISO currency codes; anytime a date or time is recorded it is stored in Universal Time Coordinated in the ISO format. All text in the Libronix DLS is stored in, or converted to, Unicode and tagged with a standard language code.
Coonvert the features side, LDLS incorporates what they call “automation add-in” modules, which provide advanced tools for searching and managing your libary.
One of the featured improvements is “Enter Passage, Click Go!
You can libronjx a passage or topic, and the software automatically searches and librnoix all the applicable books in convfrt libary to the correct page and article. Note that the downloadable version of LDLS only contains automation add-ins that provide functionality similar to the older LLS, thus, this review does not cover some of the advanced automation features available in the full versions. LDLS can read all of your current LLS library files, so you can still use your current collection with the new reader.
Your old LLS reader, of course, will not be able to read new libraries. This review was performed using the freely downloadable engine and a set of modules available from Thomas Neslon. Screen Capture click to view: The sofware is huge well over cohvert and even with a good connection, downloading can take a long time. Updates can be checked for and downloaded as well, and they also take a long time.
LDLS supports user workspaces. Libroix workspace can be saved or loaded, including which resources were open, which links were active, and the window placement. Window tools include the ability to cascade all windows, or tile them horizontally or vertically.
I would have like to have seen a “smart window” capability that would automatically arrange windows in a combination of horizontal and vertical arrangements so that all windows can be seen in more of a grid arrangement rather than being limited to horizontal or vertical alignments. The TOC window is a hierarchical listing of the contents of each modules, such as a listing of all the books and chapters for a Bible version.
Contents can be quickly navigated using this tool. A fonvert pane can be toggled on or off at the top of each window. This shows where in the book the current view is at, such as “Genesis Chapter 1”.
All window sizes can be fully adjusted, and windows can be shrunk to icons if you need them temporarily out of the way without closing the resource. Some new windows can prevent working in the winodows behind them.
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For example, the search function opens a new window on top of the others. This window must be closed before you can work in the Bible View windows. If the cursor is held over a highlighted verse reference, the text of that verse will be displayed in a pop-up window. For Strong’s numbers, the word definition for that number is displayed.
There are many options settings. You can converh the verse reference citation style. Startup can open to empty desktop, home page, my library, restore desktop to last session, or load a defined workspace. The interface can be set to play sounds, automatically arrange windows, and more.
You can set defaults for notes and define resource paths, among many other options. Logos offers a wealth of modules. LOGOS made a strong effort to make all modules available for the new software when it was released. LDLS is also very “commercial”. By that I mean that you will find very few modules available for free on the Internet, and purchasing books one at a time can get very expensive.
You are best off buying the largest package that you can afford at your initial purchase, assuming that you may want or need the other modules at a later date. LDLS supports Strong’s numbers. The numbers can be turned on or off in the display, which is handy for an uncluttered screen. Bible text is displayed in a paragraph format, and I did not find an abiltiy to view them in a verse by verse format.
A “Bible text only” view is also available, in which Chapter headings are not displayed. New modules can be opened by going to My Library, and selecting another module from the list.
The selected item will appear in a new window. Modules are listed more than once in the listing, to make them easier to find. A Parallel Bible Versions tool is provided that lets you view up to three Bible versions side by side.
You can select any three Bible versions, and view single verses or entire chapters side by side.
In this view, the passages lkbronix viewed in a verse by verse format, rather than in paragraph format. There is also a Passage in All Versions tool to provide a column view of a passage in as many versions of the Bible as desired. The version of LDLS that I tested does not have a parallel Gospels tool, but it is possible there will either be an automation add-in available for this, or that one of the package collections may include a harmony of the Gospels libtonix. The module linking in LDLS such as from Bible versions to commentaries and dictionaries can be user configured.
You can, for example, specify that any English word be linked to a dictionary, any any Greek word be linked to a lexicon. Also, you can specify which tool will be the default, such as which lexicon will open when a Greek or Hebrew word is looked up. LDLS offers up to three concurrent window synchronization links. Each window can be set to synchronize with set A, B, C, or none. The Basic Search tool allows you to search one or more resources. You can search all resources, all open resources, or select an open module for searching.
You can then enter the word, words, or phrase to search, and click the search button. The Bible Search provides a few additional options. You can select to return Chapters or Sections, or Verses in the results list. You can also select a range from pre-set or a custom designed range. The search entry is libgonix powerful, llibronix is not “user friendly”. Rather than clicking on a toggle such as whole word searchyou must use an operator such as nostemand ljbronix the search terms in parenthesis, as in nostem eat.
While this is more difficult to get used to, especially for the novice user, it is also more powerful since you can combine operators in a single search. For example, to perform the eat AND meat test, I could enter: This will find occurances with only the exact word eat, but any variation of the word meat. As mentioned above, the search tool supports topical searches by placing the topic operator before the search items, and enclosing the search items in parenthesis.
For example, to search the topic kingdomyou would enter topic kingdom in libronic search box. Other operators include stemmingwhich finds all words with the same base such as nation, nations, nationalismand case insensitivity cojvert, which will find converr regardless of capitals used in the spelling.
There are several other operators lkbronix well, and you can read about them in the Logos tutorial on their web page. There does not seem to be a tool to help you select words that are actually found in the Bible, which can be helpful convetr KJV searches since many terms libronox not what we are used to. As mentioned above, topic searches are available through the topic operator. There is also a Topic Browser tool, designed specifically for searching topics within your reference modules.
Also, you can search on Data Types, such as verse references or page numbers. For example, a search on Data Type Bible in John 3: There is also a Reference Browser tool, to aid you in finding references to particular Bible verses.
The top of the search results screen shows the number of total occurrences found, as well as the words that were searched for. Each verse conbert indicated in the left column, and a checkbox for each occurance is shown next to the verse reference. If multiple books were searched, this column indicates if the pibronix exists in that book or not.
To the right, is a single line showing the immediate context of the found sentences, with the searched for words in bold print.
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You can click on a reference to view that verse in full context in the Bible View window, and you can also use the pop-up tooltips feature to view the verse. An Export results to Verse List tool allows you to save found verses. The Verse List tool provides the capability to compile lists of verses on selected topics.
You can add, delete, and sort verses as neded. You can load and save multiple verse lists. LDLS supports up to 9 bookmarks, and bookmarks can be set in any library module.
This allows you to quickly go back to a marked portion of text. LDLS supports the standard Windows cut and paste functions, and you can also right click and copy an entire verse to the clipboard. You can create notes based on a selection, on an article, on a reference, or on a general topic.
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All notes are listed in a Notes file, with a list of the note titles shown in the left window, and the content of a selected note in the right window. Text can be selected and highlighted in one of 14 colors. The highlighted text can then have a selection note attached to it. A small “post-it” note will appear convet to the selected text. Clicking this post-it will open the Notes page to that entry. In addition, notes can be added to the Notes listing with no particular linkage to a module.
This is handy for topical studies, for example.