Re: Bible Programs
Robert Doc Wright godfearer
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I use E-sword. It is a free bible program. Some of the bibles are paid but most are free.
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From: Pascal Lambert
Sent: Friday, March 29, 2019 6:20 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Bible Programs
That is correct, the search element of Bible Seeker is not very accessible. I like because it has the KJV and the Spanish Reina Valera which I like and I enjoy the Matthew Henry commentary. On my IPhone, I use the Bible.is which is very good.
Best of luck.
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Ralph Boersema
Although it is a very basic program and does not have the more recent, copyrighted, versions of the Bible, it is the best I have found. However, having recently moved to a new computer and a new version of Windows 10, I now have some difficulty in navigating through a list of passages in a Find window. On the old computer, I could simply arrow my way through the list and use the tab key to move to the fields that allow me to do a new search. Now I have to use the number pad to navigate through the list of found passages and I cannot tab out of that list.
Bible Seeker is a very accessible program and works with NVDA. It comes with several Bible versions and the Matthew Henry Commentary. You can Google it. If you cannot find it, let me know and I will email you the file.
I asked this question a number of years ago and am now checking if there is any update. Does anyone know of a Bible program that is truly accessible?