Recent Blog Posts
Version 7.1 includes improvements to the configuration options for formatting verse text when copying verses to the Windows clipboard for pasting into other applications. A prior video showed some quick tips on using the copy features in SwordSearcher. I’ve updated … Continue reading
I’ve posted a new video demonstrating the Passage Analysis tool in SwordSearcher, a new feature added in version 7.1. Watch the video to see how it works. The Passage Analysis tool can be invoked from the main Search menu, or, … Continue reading
I’m happy to announce that SwordSearcher 7.1 is now available! If you’re already a SwordSearcher user you can read upgrade details here. Here’s a summary of what’s new in 7.1. A complete revision history is available here. Library Additions: The … Continue reading
Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday of the year. And I’d like to take a moment to say that I am thankful for everyone who has supported SwordSearcher in the last 18+ years! It’s been wonderful being blessed so much by … Continue reading
A small, free “hotfix” update is available for SwordSearcher 7.0. This is Hotfix #2. This update is recommended for all SwordSearcher 7.0 users, and is also strongly suggested for Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 users. Open SwordSearcher 7, click the … Continue reading
I’ve posted a new video tutorial on using the Bible Word Cloud Generator in SwordSearcher. This is a tool that was added in version 7.
It’s a common problem: how do you do a Bible search based on an idea or a specific doctrine, when you don’t know what Bible words to use? Today’s video quick tip shows one way SwordSearcher can help you with … Continue reading
This morning I posted a new video demonstrating how to do searching of non-Bible library content in SwordSearcher. The “search within focused panel” feature (Ctrl+F) certainly works in the Bible panel too, and can come in handy.
One fascinating aspect of Bible study is looking at word counts. In SwordSearcher, it’s easy to get detailed statistics from a search, and combining this with word form searches can make it even more interesting. Here’s an example.