[sword-devel] Bishop 1.7.0 released.
info at beforgiven.info
Fri Jan 1 03:50:50 EST 2021
With regard to the video idea, it is necessary for me to think carefully
as I write to avoid being uncharitable. You see, videos cut off the deaf
from learning. There has been software that I never learned to fully use
because there was no documentation other than watching a bunch of stuff
jumping around with no explanation of what was what and why.
So if you make videos, please put everything that is spoken in text on
the screen or implement closed-caption.
Also, some of us live in remote areas and have limited bandwidth.
Printed documentation does have its advantages. Thank God Moses and Paul
lived before electronics existed.
This is a general comment. What you do with Bishop does not apply to me
because I only use a Linux computer. So the above remarks are for the
sake of other deaf users, not me. But it still hits a tender nerve.
info at BeForgiven.INFO
On 12/31/20 11:21 PM, Troy A. Griffitts wrote:
> Hi Jerry,
> I love your idea about getting started videos. The Capuchinos did a
> couple nice videos for their rebranded Bishop app.
> We could have a CrossWire YouTube channel where we could upload little
> "getting started" videos, as you suggest. I think that would be ideal.
> Are you offering to make one? ;)
> On December 31, 2020 8:48:20 AM MST, jhphx <jhphx at cox.net> wrote:
> Happy New Year to you also!
> 1.7.0 looks good so far. Just installed more modules. I like the
> Language Assist and footnote displays. It is a good looking app. I
> have not tried many features yet.
> What do you think of the idea of setting up "getting started"/help
> videos? Basically just tours of the different features. Maybe on
> CrossWire even provide quick tours of the different apps. I find
> Bishop to be intuitive but sometimes I only see how intuitive it is
> after I discover how to do something. Does that make sense? A quick
> video tour should be easy to make and upload. Space and bandwidth
> would seem to be the main considerations.
> On 12/31/2020 7:40 AM, Troy A. Griffitts wrote:
>> Thank you, Jerry! Hope you are well. Happy New Year!
>> On December 31, 2020 7:32:38 AM MST, jhphx <jhphx at cox.net> wrote:
>> I deleted the old test flight version then download 1.7.0 from
>> the Apple App Store. Language Assist seems to work for me.
>> IPhone 11 IOS 14.3
>> On 12/31/2020 2:51 AM, Fr Cyrille wrote:
>>> Hello Troy,
>>> I don't know what happened, but with the new version of
>>> bishop I have nothing displayed when I select the Language
>>> Any idea?
>>> Br Cyrille
>>> Le 30/12/2020 à 19:21, Fr Cyrille a écrit :
>>>> Hi Troy,
>>>> This sentence: "You have asked to show Gospel parallels. For
>>>> this feature, we need to download a small set of data. Is
>>>> this OK?" is still displayed in English not in locale.
>>>> Le 27/12/2020 à 08:17, David Haslam a écrit :
>>>>> The App Store still has iOS/iPadOS app version 1.5.2 of the
>>>>> SWORD Project and the TestFlight version has expired.
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