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Bibletime does not display paragraphs correctly #37

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tuomas2 opened this Issue Jun 19, 2015 · 3 comments

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tuomas2 commented Jun 19, 2015

Bibletime seems to ignore both <p> (used in genbooks) and <div type="paragraph"> tags used in OSIS modules (all work types, especially useful in commentaries and genbooks).

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I tried to export passage in HTML and it shows that paragraphs are separated by <div> tags, but closing <div> tag is actually starting, even thought it should be closing.

Example, where "These principles..." should start a new paragraph:

<div>Reading Genesis, readers can see that it is designed to refute these delusions. There is only one God, whose word is almighty. He has only to speak and the world comes into being. The sun and moon are not gods in their own right, but are created by the one God. This God does not need feeding by man, as the Babylonians believed they did by offering sacrifices, but he supplies man with food. It is human sin, not divine annoyance, that prompts the flood. Far from Babylon’s tower (Babel) reaching heaven, it became a reminder that human pride could neither reach nor manipulate God.<div><div>These principles, which emerge so clearly in <a href="sword://Bible/ESVS/Genesis 1:1; " crossrefs="ESVS:Gen.1.1">Genesis 1–11</a>, are truths that run through the rest of Scripture. The unity of God is fundamental to biblical theology, as is his almighty power, his care for mankind, and his judgment on sin. It may not always be obvious how these chapters relate to geology and archaeology, but their theological message is very clear. Read in their intended sense, they provide the fundamental presuppositions of the rest of Scripture. These chapters should act as eyeglasses, so that readers focus on the points their author is making and go on to read the rest of the Bi

tuomas2 commented Jun 19, 2015

I tried to export passage in HTML and it shows that paragraphs are separated by <div> tags, but closing <div> tag is actually starting, even thought it should be closing.

Example, where "These principles..." should start a new paragraph:

<div>Reading Genesis, readers can see that it is designed to refute these delusions. There is only one God, whose word is almighty. He has only to speak and the world comes into being. The sun and moon are not gods in their own right, but are created by the one God. This God does not need feeding by man, as the Babylonians believed they did by offering sacrifices, but he supplies man with food. It is human sin, not divine annoyance, that prompts the flood. Far from Babylon’s tower (Babel) reaching heaven, it became a reminder that human pride could neither reach nor manipulate God.<div><div>These principles, which emerge so clearly in <a href="sword://Bible/ESVS/Genesis 1:1; " crossrefs="ESVS:Gen.1.1">Genesis 1–11</a>, are truths that run through the rest of Scripture. The unity of God is fundamental to biblical theology, as is his almighty power, his care for mankind, and his judgment on sin. It may not always be obvious how these chapters relate to geology and archaeology, but their theological message is very clear. Read in their intended sense, they provide the fundamental presuppositions of the rest of Scripture. These chapters should act as eyeglasses, so that readers focus on the points their author is making and go on to read the rest of the Bi
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I have fixed the "p" tag, but I am not sure about the "div type="paragraph"" tag. I have found no documentation of it. I also cannot find an example of it being used. When I create a genbook with it, the output of xml2gbr is not correct. Does anyone know more about this tag?

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gholmlund commented Feb 7, 2017

I have fixed the "p" tag, but I am not sure about the "div type="paragraph"" tag. I have found no documentation of it. I also cannot find an example of it being used. When I create a genbook with it, the output of xml2gbr is not correct. Does anyone know more about this tag?

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I was able to find the "div type-="paragraph" tag in the OSIS docs and create an example to test this.

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gholmlund commented Feb 7, 2017

I was able to find the "div type-="paragraph" tag in the OSIS docs and create an example to test this.

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