25 Analysis Window: The Verse Tab

 

The Verse Tab displays matching content from selected BibleWorks modules in a column in the main window.  As the mouse moves over text in the Browse Window, or when a search result is clicked in the Search Window, the Verse Tab automatically loads the content matching the current verse. Content from the CNTTS NT Critical Apparatus, the NET Bible notes, the ESV Study Bible, the Tischendorf Critical Apparatus, Metzger's Textual Commentary, etc. are available in the Verse Tab. From the verse tab you can open the full CHM module in a separate window.

 

The Verse Tab Header

The Verse Tab Content Area

Synchronizing the Verse Tab to the Browse Window

 


The Verse Tab Header


The Verse Tab Header is the upper portion of the Verse Tab. It allows you to change the current module displayed in the Verse Tab, move backwards and forwards in the history, and open the full view of the module. The various modules have slightly different controls in the header. The controls in the Verse Tab Header used in all of the modules are as follows:


The Verse Tab Content Area


The main area of the Verse Tab displays a page from the module selected in the Verse Tab Header. For the CNTTS module, this opens the CNTTS Apparatus to the section for the current verse. For the NET Bible module or the ESV Study Bible module, this displays the notes and articles for the current verse.

 

This enables you to view module content within the main window, synchronized to the current verse being examined. The module content is displayed without the full controls and menus of the CHM module viewer. When you right click on a module page, the associated Internet Explorer context menu opens, showing the standard navigation and clipboard operations.

 


Synchronizing the Verse Tab to the Browse Window

 

By default, when changing from one verse to the next in the Browse Window using the scrollbar buttons, the Verse Tab will automatically synchronize with the Browse Window display verse. In addition, as the mouse moves over the Browse Window, the Verse Tab loads the page for the verse under the mouse (holding down the Shift key on the keyboard temporarily disables mouse-tracking). When you look up a verse using the Command Line, the Browse Window and the Verse Tab loads the reference. Finally, if you click on a search result in the Search Window, the Verse Tab loads the page for the verse click in the Search Window.