- Installation problems
- Usage problems
Please run configure with the parameter
--prefix=<your KDE directory>. Then run
make installas usual. The KDE directories for the widely used Linux distributions are as follows:
Alternatively you can run
kde-config --prefixto get your KDE directory. The commands are:
./configure --prefix=<your KDE directory>
The search interface now offers to set the type of your search. You can choose between headings, footnotes, Strongs numbers and morphological codes.
First make sure you have the latest version of the module which has the problems! Check www.crosswire.org/sword for this.
You have to install an unicode font like Code2000, Arial Unicode MS or Bitstream Cyberbit to display the special unicode characters. Check the section "Configuring BibleTime->Options Dialog->Fonts" in the handbook of BibleTime how to setup Unicode fonts under Linux.
You're probably using an outdated version of the KJV module. Please update the module.
You have to install the module "Personal", which is available as a commentary on Crosswire. Please refer to BibleTime's handbook for more information about the personal commentary.
Some modules only contain the text of the old or new testament. Recent versions of BibleTime should only offer the testament which has some content in it.