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#1 Donald Stidwell

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Posted 24 June 2008 - 07:52 PM

Here's my page. I'm mainly using different Bible versions. I do a daily radio program in Spanish, so I have two Spanish versions open. I have the NIV and the ESV open, then use the KJV Strong's for a quick reference to what the original word is.

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Tim - not directly related to this thread, but I also speak Spanish and am involved in the Spanish ministry at my church. The RVR60 Accordance text I have, as that's the only Spanish text we use in our church, but I also use the NVI and LBLA (in a Windows-based study program) at home for comparison purposes, but I'm not at all familiar with the DHH you show. What translation is that? Also I note you have notes shown as VPEE. What is that? I would like to expand my Spanish Accordance modules, but don't really want to buy the complete Spanish version of Accordance.

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“Porque no me avergüenzo del evangelio, porque es poder de Dios para salvación a todo aquel que cree; al judío primeramente, y también al griego” (Romanos 1:16 RVR60)

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Posted 28 June 2008 - 01:00 AM

I also have some Spanish Bibles in Accordance, including DHH. DHH stands for Dios Habla Hoy, the module is in the Spanish Compubiblia package. VPEE refers to the study Bible notes for Dios Habla Hoy.

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#3 Donald Stidwell

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Posted 28 June 2008 - 09:23 PM

I also have some Spanish Bibles in Accordance, including DHH. DHH stands for Dios Habla Hoy, the module is in the Spanish Compubiblia package. VPEE refers to the study Bible notes for Dios Habla Hoy.

David


Thanks, David. I'm not at all familiar with Dios Habla Hoy. Can the modules from the Compubiblia be installed in the English Accordance 8? I really don't want to have the interface in Spanish since English is my native language, but I'd like the extra resources of Compubiblia.

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Posted 28 June 2008 - 11:19 PM

I split this thread into a new topic.

The Compubiblia para Mac CD is currently unavailable. We do hope to make these resources available again soon for our users and the Spanish market. In the meantime the only Spanish versions we can offer are the RVR60, LBLA and more recently, the NVI.
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#5 Donald Stidwell

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Posted 29 June 2008 - 06:08 PM

I split this thread into a new topic.

The Compubiblia para Mac CD is currently unavailable. We do hope to make these resources available again soon for our users and the Spanish market. In the meantime the only Spanish versions we can offer are the RVR60, LBLA and more recently, the NVI.


Okay, thanks for the clarification, Helen.

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“Porque no me avergüenzo del evangelio, porque es poder de Dios para salvación a todo aquel que cree; al judío primeramente, y también al griego” (Romanos 1:16 RVR60)

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Posted 07 July 2008 - 09:46 AM

Sorry, Don. I hadn't noticed the new post. The Dios Habla Hoy (DHH) is also known as the Versión Popular. The study notes are listed as the Versión Popular, Edición de Estudio (VPEE). I think that's the right title; I'm not sure where to find that info in Accordance. You can read about ithere. It's a shame it's not offered individually. I also wish I could get the older version of the Dios Habla Hoy; I can't find an electronic version of that anywhere.

Gracia y paz,
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Tim - not directly related to this thread, but I also speak Spanish and am involved in the Spanish ministry at my church. The RVR60 Accordance text I have, as that's the only Spanish text we use in our church, but I also use the NVI and LBLA (in a Windows-based study program) at home for comparison purposes, but I'm not at all familiar with the DHH you show. What translation is that? Also I note you have notes shown as VPEE. What is that? I would like to expand my Spanish Accordance modules, but don't really want to buy the complete Spanish version of Accordance.

Gracias,
En el nombre del Señor,
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Posted 16 December 2008 - 06:09 PM

Helen, any word on when the Compubiblia (or whatever the new Spanish versions will be called) will be available again?

I was wondering why Accordance does not have any language localizations available. Is it as simple as getting someone to translate the menus correctly? Or is it intricately more complicated that that?

Do you need several of us to pitch in had help with the localization files?

Thanks for the information!
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Posted 16 December 2008 - 06:28 PM

Actually we are preparing a system for easy localization right now, so hope to have a Spanish version of 8 next year, as well as release the Compubiblia texts.
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