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|Posted by jayball at Apr 26, 2008 5:43:39 AM|
Can someone help me?
I downloaded Macsword onto my Macbook computer. It is running the newest version of Leopard. Macsword works fine (minus the few unexpected quits) but it runs great. I'm learning to tweek around with the program and set it up the way i want. I've also downloaded all (at least i think) of the modules that are available to macsword. My problem is that when I go to find something, no matter what I search for, the search always comes back 'no references were found'. Am I missing a module? Do I have to use a certain text to find with? Is my Macsword faulty?
I really really appreciate it, if someone could help me with this, as the 'find' option is probably one of the most used features of MacSword.
Thanks for your time,
|Posted by dmsmith at Apr 26, 2008 7:10:20 PM|
Re: Can someone help me?
It appears that macsword.com is not current. It does not list the latest release of MacSword.
MacSword 1.2.x does not work on Leopard.
You can get the latest version of MacSword (currently 1.3.3 or 1.3.1 as a bundle) from:
Also get Eloquent, which is a module downloader.
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