- Install the starter pack on your new computer.
- Copy the folder named “Desktops” under your “\Documents\Bible” folder to the
same folder on the new computer.
- Copy the “user.ini” file in the “\Documents\Bible” folder to the new computer.
- Copy all the contents in the “\Public\Documents\Online Bible” to your new computer.
- Start up the OLB program on your new computer and click on the wrench icon in the upper right
to reset the program.
Microsoft security will not allow that. It must be where it is specified. Otherwise do a memory stick install to a place where you
have R/W access to.
Use the following steps to transfer the data from the DVD –
- Reset the Online Bible by clicking on the wrench icon in the upper right. Close the Online Bible program.
- Insert your DVD into the tray. If AutoPlay starts cancel it or “Take no Action” if using Windows 10.
- Start the Online Bible program and select “Install DVD on the hard drive…” when the
Configure User System window appears.
- Press the enter key for all the next dialogue boxes that open.
- After the Online Bible program is running remove the DVD. Restart the Online Bible program without the DVD.
Windows no longer supports the audio file format we were previously using (DSP wave files). The Audio Bible has now been converted to MP3 and is included at no extra charge on our DVD.
- Purchase the latest DVD. You will get all the material we have available including some not posted on this site.
- Download the starter pack and any add-on material you want to use. You will have to completely remove your previous version before installing.
- Continue using your older CD along with the older program.
Press F9 to open the selection preferences window and look for the material in one of the tab sections. If it is a book/topic it will be listed in that section. Be sure a check mark is in front of it. Click on OK to save and close. Open the material by going to the menu under “File – Open”.
All items are available under “File – Open – Passage, Topic/Book, Dictionary… etc.”.
Go to “Window” in the menu and select any style except “Tile Classic”.
After you have the program set up the way you want it, press F6 to open the desktop manager. Create a new desktop giving it a unique name. Next time you update the program press F6 to open the desktop manager and re-select your previously created desktop.
Go to the menu and click on “Tools – Customise Settings”. Click on the colours tab section. Next click on the highlight button and select the colour red. Click on OK to close the colour dialog box and then click on OK to close and activate.
There is a copyright restriction imposed on modern Bibles and affects all Bibles. 500 verses is the limit.
We used the Strong’s system but the actual Greek and Hebrew to implement the numbers. By doing this we corrected about 15000 errors in the Strong’s concordance.
The following Bibles are on DVD only—
• New King James Version (NKJV)
• English Standard Version (ESV)
• Holman Christian Standard Bible (HCSB)
• Revised Standard Version (RSV)
• 1851 Murdock New Testament
• Philips New Testament (1972)
• The Message Bible by Eugene Peterson – 2002
• Matthew Commentary – G. vd Brink
• Calvin’s Commentaries
• John Gill’s Expositor
• John Trapp’s Commentary
• Adam Clarke’s Commentary
• 2006 Smith’s Revised Bible Dictionary
• Theological Dictionary of the New Testament (TDNT)
• Vine’s Complete Expository Dictionary of OT & NT (User Sent)
Jay Green withdrew permission for us to use them.
Yes, it is available now that we have converted to Unicode. Hebrew modules with pointed text are available only on our DVD.
1836. Our Online Bible copy has been altered to add about 100 K more of references.
Larry Pierce wrote them based on Brown Driver Briggs and Thayers. We compared them with several other lexicons also. In doing the lexicons we found the newer lexicons were less accurate than the older ones.
The text is old English and difficult to read. The translation is very close to 1611 text. We have no plans to include it.