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claytoncarney

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About claytoncarney

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    Albuquerque, NM
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  1. Free, open source Offline KJV Bible Search application. New features: * Updated copy to clipboard: now works on iOS! * Search Detail - tree view showing occurrences/verses by testament/book/chapter * Search Filter - filter search results by testament/book/chapter * Chapter Statistics - book/chapter/verse indices for each chapter * Other minor improvements Download for Android, Windows, and Linux (Chrome or Firefox): https://claytoncarney.github.io/offline-kjv/ Download for iOS/macOS (Safari): https://claytoncarney.github.io/offline-kjv-ios/ Don't forget to post or email any new feature requests... God Bless, Clayton
  2. Free, open source Offline KJV Bible Search application. New features: * Choose from twelve available fonts * Copy verse to system clipboard (unfortunately, not supported by iOS) * Improved Bookmark, Search, and Clipboard highlighting * Application state retained through restart/refresh * Other minor improvements Download for Android, Windows, and Linux: offline-kjv Download for iOS (and macOS): offline-kjv-ios I welcome your comments and suggestions... God Bless, Clayton
  3. Offline King James Bible Search Update

    No Nicolaitans, Nice video. Thank you. I had thought to do that, but had not gotten around to it. A few clarifications on operation: * You don't have to refresh to change the sidebar. Just tap the Contents (Genesis 1, etc.), Bookmarks, Search, or Help button (tool). That will change the sidebar. Except to download an update, you don't need the internet to use the application. * You don't have to tap just the verse number to add/remove a bookmark. You can tap anywhere in the verse text as well.
  4. Offline King James Bible Search Update

    No Nicolaitans, Glad to hear the new version is working well for you. I just released another update today which adds features for bookmarks management. Not interested in donations. Just want to help others discover the wonders of His Word. Let others know the app is available; that's payment enough. And it's really not me that achieved this. I agree with the author of the King James Pure Bible Search software: "He wrote it -- I just typed it...".
  5. UPDATE: A new version has been released. It is designed to provide a better user experience on devices with higher screen resolutions. I have developed a free, open source Offline King James Bible Search application. No charge. No ads. Just KJV. Once downloaded, it provides full functionality, even when no internet connection is available. By selecting 'Add to home screen' on your Android or iOS device, the application mimics a native application. There are two versions: * Any Android, Windows, or Linux platform with the latest version of Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox web browser. Description: https://github.com/claytoncarney/offline-kjv#readme Download: https://claytoncarney.github.io/offline-kjv/ * Any iOS platform with iOS 10 or above. Description: https://github.com/claytoncarney/offline-kjv-ios#readme Download: https://claytoncarney.github.io/offline-kjv-ios/ I welcome your comments and suggestions... God Bless, Clayton
  6. Error on Submit

    In the last day or so, almost every time I attempt to submit a reply, I receive the following error: Internal Server Error The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request. Please contact the server administrator at webmaster@onlinebaptist.com to inform them of the time this error occurred, and the actions you performed just before this error. More information about this error may be available in the server error log. Additionally, a 500 Internal Server Error error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request.
  7. Offline King James Bible Search Application

    No Nicolaitans, Thanks for clarifying your suggestion. I think I understand now. Combine the Contents and Read Pages; say Contents on the left third and Read on the right two-thirds. Move the Read navigation to the bottom of Contents, thus eliminating the need for the Contents button. Definitely reduces screen changes for reading. Mobile-First design principles do encourage sometimes radically different layouts based on available space (and yes, on small mobile platforms, bible text is a single column). I'll look into it: it might be a straightforward change. It does appear (at least on this forum) that the app could have more desktop users than mobile. Had not anticipated that...
  8. Offline King James Bible Search Application

    Not that I know of. Most of the clan hails from Texas...
  9. Offline King James Bible Search Application

    Greetings No Nicolaitans, To work offline, does one merely bookmark the page and use it in the browser? Yes. Once the app is downloaded, all the files are cached (stored) locally. Except for app updates, no internet connection is required to use the app. I'm having difficulty visualizing your suggestion (or at least understanding how it is significantly different from the present user interface). A bit of background: the app was originally designed for mobile devices (I always had my Android tablet at locations without public internet access). I chose the iPhone 5 (320 pixel wide screen) as my entry level device. This does somewhat limit simple options for the user interface. Clayton
  10. Offline King James Bible Search Application

    Greetings Alan, Installation is simply opening the download link in a supported browser (the latest version of Chrome, Chromium, or Firefox). The application is cached and available for use, even if no internet connection is available. If you encounter any problems, let me know and we'll walk through it... Clayton
  11. I have developed a free, open source Offline King James Bible Search application. No charge. No ads. Just KJV. Once downloaded, it provides full functionality, even when no internet connection is available. By selecting 'Add to home screen' on your Android or iOS device, the application mimics a native application. There are two versions: * Android/Windows/Linux; any platform with the latest version of Google Chrome (or Mozilla Firefox). Description: https://github.com/claytoncarney/offline-kjv#readme Download: https://claytoncarney.github.io/offline-kjv/ * iOS 10+ (iPhone/iPad). Description: https://github.com/claytoncarney/offline-kjv-ios#readme Download: https://claytoncarney.github.io/offline-kjv-ios/ I welcome your comments and suggestions... God Bless, Clayton
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