You can do easy for yourself.
You only have to change a few things.
Names of the abbreviated Books:
Jdg to Judg
Sol to Song
Phi to Phil
Phm to Philem
Best you use TextEdit, download via their HP or from the App Store. For free.
search then for "^Jdg" (without the quotes) with activated Grep search and Entire Word. And replace it. See
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0 downloads and do so the the two others.
Delete the intro so that it start with Gen 1:1
Change the sentence in < and > to 1:0 and delete < > So you got 2 Verses for example:
from Psa 3:1 <A Psalm by David, when he fled from Absalom his son.> LORD, how my adversaries have increased. Many are those who rise up against me.
to Psa 3:0 A Psalm by David, when he fled from Absalom his son.
and Psa 3:1 LORD, how my adversaries have increased. Many are those who rise up against me.
And you have to seek all empty verses, like "Acts 24:7" and change it to "Acts 24:7 --". Best you use a grep search in TextEdit like "(\d+) \r" and run the search.
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0 downloads or search and replace it with "\1 --\r"
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0 downloads It would be great if Accordance would handle verses with -- as non existent so the verse count are correct. Please add fine tuning.
Change it on the bottom to Western (Mac OS Roman) and as Txt. Line breaks Legacy Mac OS (CR)
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Import it as KJV verse mapping. See http://accordancefil...20Bibles|_____1
Or if you have the TLAB Bible from Accordance you can import without the verse changes, but I believe he has only done the 0 verse in 1 because a lot other Bible software can't handle 0 verses, but Accordance can.
Edited by Fabian, 30 November 2016 - 12:30 PM.