[sword-devel] OSIS markup for gen books and devotionals
laurie.fooks at gmail.com
Wed Aug 27 23:05:05 MST 2014
I just has a look at Psalms on PocketSword in a bible version using
<lg><l> markup -its great as it does display the <l level="2"> etc
tags to give the indenting. I don't see anything else unexpected ?
Did I miss something ... Is line spacing the same... it was hard to
tell? I would love to try my test mods on the PocketSword.
On 8/28/14, Nic Carter <niccarter at mac.com> wrote:
> Hi Laurie,
> Some front-ends will apply some special formatting for poetry & you don't
> want that formatting for your modules, so don't mark it as poetry & you'll
> be fine :)
> (PocketSword is an example, if you wanted to test on an iOS device.)
> Thanks, ybic
> Nic. :)
>> On 28 Aug 2014, at 07:52, Laurie Fooks <laurie.fooks at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Thanks David,
>> Please look at my second set of OSIS genbook test modules - I may be
>> formatting incorrectly. This second set includes <p> tags but
>> BibleTime is not displaying these as intended.
>> The OSIS site also suggests that <lg> <l> not be used for pagebreaks -
>> I am not sure why it is not a good idea? - as it stands, it is the
>> only markup that I have found to work across all front ends.
>> Really appreciate if you can also look at the <figure> tag - BibleTime
>> / BT-Mini show an indicator that there is an image, but is not
>> displaying the image. BibleTime does display images in ThML formatted
>>> On 8/27/14, David "Judah's Shadow" Blue <yudahsshadow at gmx.com> wrote:
>>> On August 26, 2014 7:44:58 PM EDT, Laurie Fooks <laurie.fooks at gmail.com>
>>>> 2. Paragraphs and linebreaks - I have found the poetry markup (lg, l)
>>>> is the only reliable way to have line breaks / paragraphs - Its
>>>> working well, but is there an alternate I should use?
>>> I can't speak for other front-ends and poetry formatting, but I am
>>> on formatting poetry "correctly" in BibleTime (i.e. indenting, block
>>> formatting, etc). So using lg or l for merely the line breaks is a bad
>>> Plus, as Peter said, it should be working for the other methods.
>>>> 3. Images are not displayed, except in Xiphos, xulsword and AndBible.
>>>> - Is this a front end design choice or bug?
>>> BibleTime will display pictures I know, I've played with the images test
>>> module in it. I don't recall though, if that was a commentary or a
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