The oremus Bible Browser is, and always has been, offered free of any charge. If you would like to make a contribution to costs then donations of Amazon gift vouchers are a convenient method. These can be purchased online at Amazon UK for delivery by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please use amazon.co.uk when buying vouchers; if you use amazon.com then it costs $12.50 to ship each and every book purchased.
At version 2.2.6 (June 2010) we have made a few minor changes to the formatting of the oremus Bible Browser when displayed on iOS devices (such as the iPhone and iPod touch) as well as on other mobile devices. These changes should make it significantly simpler and easier to use the oremus Bible Browser on such devices. Further improvements are also planned. Whilst it is not possible to implement the oBB as an iOS ‘app’, both for practical and copyright reasons, we do intend to provide an optimized web version for this platform.
Version 2.2 has a new feature which allows you to dynamically toggle the display of verse and chapter numbers, footnote markers, and section headings after you have displayed a bible passage rather than having to decide in advance. These buttons will not remove these text elements if the text is copied from some web browsers into, say, a text editor. To do this click the 'Remove hidden text' button after clicking the required checkboxes, before copying text to the clipboard.
The dynamic toggling of footnotes, verse numbers etc continues to be troublesome in some web browsers when copying and pasting to some word processors. Version 2.2.5 provides a checkbox which when ticked means that any ‘hidden’ text (as determined by the other hide/show checkboxes) is never written when displaying the specified passage(s). This may make it easier to copy and paste text from the oremus Bible Browser; but the consequence is that the dynamic toggle buttons do not work in this case.
We will be adding more new features in the coming months. Please do write to us at the following address with suggestions for enhancements.
Simon Kershaw <email@example.com>
2 March 2008
10 February 2011