This was created by Billy Todd. It's approximately 7MB.
Is there a description of what ePub is somewhere, please?
I have never heard of it so the value-added versus the existing options for NET Bible access is unclear.
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This is an outstanding piece of work. Works great on a nook. Echoing what was said on the thread for the noteless version, a second level TOC would be nice, but the navigation to the book followed by a search for the desired passage works well, too.
Yes, this work is mighty fine.
I downloaded the epub link to my NookColor (changing the extension zip to epub as suggested) and everything seems great initially.
However, once I get to the particular book, I'm having trouble navigating further.
For example, I use the TOC to go to Luke. But I want to go to the last chapter. So I put "24:1" in the search box on the NookColor. The results find every 24:1 starting with Genesis, and including 24:10, 24:11, etc. I don't know how many more times I would have had to tap More to finally reach the Luke 24:1, but I finally gave up at about 1 Samuel in the list.
What's the best approach? Is anyone working on a 2 level TOC in the "with notes" version?
If you go to http://ftp.bible.org/netbible/epub/ and download the file entitled "NETBibleNotes_4.epub" (dated 22 March 2011) you will find a version of the Notes NET Bible with a 4-level TOC. The 4 levels are:
If you want a Noteless version, try the file entitled "NETBibleNoteless_4level.epub" (dated 23 Sept 2010).
Thanks for your help, Ben.
When I click on the link and download the file, I am promted to Open or Save, and I choose Save. The Save dialogue assumes I want a .zip file, but per the discussion on this thread, I change it to .epub and save it to the drive that represents my NookCOLOR under My Files / Books.
I can then open NET Bible on my NookCOLOR, but the table of contents has only one level. Psalms and Job have only one TOC entry, and there is no chapter list for any book.
If I do not change .zip to .epub when I am saving, NookCOLOR tells me the file type is unsupported when I try to open it.
I have tried this download a number of times. I hope I haven't scrambled something on the device. I have seen the second level (multiple TOC items for Job and Psalms) after some attempts; never the chapters. To delete after an unsuccessful download, I just delete the .epub file from the drive that represents my NookCOLOR.
Apparantly I'm missing some key information. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I'm using Windows 7, if that matters.
I think you are downloading the wrong file. When I go to http://ftp.bible.org/netbible/epub/ this is the list of files that I see:
If you want the 4-level TOC, you have to download the ones with '4' in the filename: NETBibleNoteless_4level.epub or NETBibleNotes_4.epub.
Yes, that's the list I see too. I'm clicking on the 4th one. The link even shows in a different color now that I've clicked on it.
I deleted the file from my NookCOLOR and tried to download again. The TOC still looks like a one-level, but I did notice that if I click on Psalms or Job in the TOC, the first page of each shows the first section title. But the TOC does not show sections (level 2) or lead to a list of chapters or sections for the respective books.
I wonder if there's something cached in my NookCOLOR. Or something else I need to delete other than the epub file. I seem to have the content but the wrong TOC.
OK, I know what the problem is. The problem is that the Nook software does not handle the TOC properly. If you view the file on your computer using Calibre, you will see that the TOC is all there. I use a Sony Reader and the TOC works fine. I am sorry that the Nook is sub-standard when it comes to handling TOCs.
I directed a friend to this page and the download was a zip file full of html files - not the epub document. I redownloaded and got the same thing. Just thought you should know.
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An ePub file is basically a zip file full of HTML files and a few other control files. I just downloaded the file and it worked fine. I'm not sure why the extension is getting changed but I suspect your browser is doing something, although I can't be sure. Try changing the extension of the downloaded file from .zip to .epub to see if that will work.
I finally figured out how to switch it to epub and it works. I'm not sure why it worked the first time but not the second or third. My friend was not able to get it to work until I shared your advice and walked him through it. I'm waiting to hear if he was able to make it work. Thanks for the prompt response and good advice.
This file works on my nook. The notes are easy to use and very nice to have. Thank you for your work on this - I am very grateful to have it.
You're welcome. I'm glad to hear that it works on the nook.