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Archive for September, 2007

iPocketBible Update Features Simpler Scrolling, Pop-Up Menu

Posted on: September 29th, 2007 by Craig Rairdin 8 Comments

Thanks to some clever CSS and Javascript from Jim Coates, iPocketBible is now sporting a new user interface. While we’re still very fond of the fixed tool bar at the bottom of the screen and using two fingers to scroll, the new mode offers more screen real estate for text (about 35% more text area) and the more familiar “flick” gesture to scroll the text.


iPocketBible Updated – Look-up and Highlights

Posted on: September 19th, 2007 by Craig Rairdin 26 Comments

Let me start this posting with the instruction that I try to mention everytime I talk about iPocketBible:

Use Two Fingers to Scroll

Having dispensed with that, I’ve got information about a couple recent updates to iPocketBible and some iPocketBible-related news.


PocketBible for Windows 1.003 is released

Posted on: September 6th, 2007 by Michelle Stramel 6 Comments

PocketBible for Windows has been updated to version 1.003. This is a free update for registered PocketBible for Windows users.

For information on the corrections that have been made, click here to visit the PocketBible Revision History page. (more…)

I’m Done Answering QuickVerse Questions

Posted on: September 3rd, 2007 by Craig Rairdin 69 Comments

Update – September 26, 2015 – This is the most popular article on our blog, believe it or not. I wrote this in 2007 and people are still coming here, looking for QuickVerse support. If you’re here you need to just give up on your old version of QuickVerse. Time has left you behind. 🙂


I get several emails every month from people running QuickVerse 4 and needing help to install it on a new machine, or to install some add-on product. Or they want to know where to find a particular QuickVerse 4 Bible, CD, or other related program.

I’ve made a decision tonight to just be done with that topic. Laridian has its own Bible software for Windows now, so there’s no need for anyone to keep using QuickVerse.

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