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SOLVED Are there any bible memory apps for Linux?

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Re: Are there any bible memory apps for Linux?

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Post by duane » Mon Aug 12, 2019 12:04 am

I had some extra time today and got around to installing BibleMemorizer.
I see what you mean about the cursor being a little ahead of where it belongs.

This will do the job for me.
I don't want to mess around with anything online either.
If they ever get around to making a Linux version of eSword that would be an idea.
It has been a long time though and the developer does not seem to want to budge.

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Re: Are there any bible memory apps for Linux?

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Post by JayM » Mon Aug 12, 2019 12:16 am

Can you edit you original post (use the pencil icon next to it in the upper right, near your avatar) and add [SOLVED] to the title? thanks!
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Re: Are there any bible memory apps for Linux?

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Post by Kreative » Mon Aug 12, 2019 2:02 am

There is brother:
https://www.linuxlinks.com/biblesoftware/
https://www.crosswire.org/applications/

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Re: Are there any bible memory apps for Linux?

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Post by JeffA » Mon Aug 12, 2019 3:07 am

duane wrote:
Mon Aug 12, 2019 12:04 am
I see what you mean about the cursor being a little ahead of where it belongs.
I seem to have helped it quite a bit by changing the default font under MX to Noto Sans 10.95 (MX Tools>Setup/Tweak>Xfce Settings>Appearance>Fonts), at least most of the time I can tell where the cursor is if I need to go back and edit, and it hasn't seemed to negatively affect the appearance of MX.

I wish I could find a way to change the fonts or something in BibleMemorizer to work correctly.
duane wrote:
Mon Aug 12, 2019 12:04 am
This will do the job for me.
:happy:


I've considered asking people like the developer of Bible Analyzer if he would be interested in developing an app like BibleMemorizer as he does have a Linux version of BA.

JayM wrote:
Mon Aug 12, 2019 12:16 am
Can you edit you original post (use the pencil icon next to it in the upper right, near your avatar) and add [SOLVED] to the title? thanks!
Hi Jay,

I'm not the OP, but I'm wondering that as this is more of a question under chat, rather than a problem under a help forum; and while BibleMemorizer is adequate for now, but not actively developed and could use improvement, and isn't available from the repos; if it's necessary to mark it solved? I like to hear it if any one else comes up with any other ideas or solutions.

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Re: Are there any bible memory apps for Linux?

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Post by JayM » Mon Aug 12, 2019 4:42 am

That's the OP's decision as it's his topic and only he can edit his top post (well, so can the moderators.) If he's satisfied with the solution he was given and wants to mark the thread solved, he may. :smile:
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Re: Are there any bible memory apps for Linux?

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Post by JeffA » Mon Aug 12, 2019 9:12 am

Sounds fair Jay, I'm not always up on the best forum etiquette.

Just another note; I've also installed the Windows version of BibleMemorizer under Wine, it works until I attempt to change preferences to select which punctuation and spelling errors it considers mistakes, then it crashes. I haven't found any other Windows memory programs that work under Wine either, other than possibly e-Sword.

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Re: Are there any bible memory apps for Linux?

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Post by duane » Mon Aug 12, 2019 2:36 pm

I will mark it solved now. I wanted to see if anyone else had something to add to the discussion.
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Re: SOLVED Are there any bible memory apps for Linux?

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Post by JayM » Tue Aug 13, 2019 4:22 am

People can still reply and add information. Marking it solved doesn't lock the topic, it just indicates that the original poster has found a solution that he's satisfied with.
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Re: Are there any bible memory apps for Linux?

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Post by paul1149 » Tue Aug 13, 2019 11:30 am

duane wrote:
Mon Aug 12, 2019 12:04 am
If they ever get around to making a Linux version of eSword that would be an idea.
I'm not sure what a Bible memorization program is. But if you're looking for a full-featured Bible program, theWord runs very well on WINE.
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Re: SOLVED Are there any bible memory apps for Linux?

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Post by JeffA » Wed Aug 14, 2019 3:18 pm

If you don't mind using Wine, I did get Scripture Memory System for Windows to install and it seems to be working fine, including the computer voice that reads the verses.

http://www.memoryverses.org/

Download: http://www.memoryverses.org/smsw.html

I know I had tried to install it in the past, but I was new to Linux and Wine, and that may have been before I switched to MX, if that makes a difference. Anyway it seems to work now.

Development seems to have ceased on it ages ago also.

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