The “Navigation Activation Delay” time determines the delay time in
milliseconds from the time you make a change to a navigation spin-box above the
Scripture Browser until that passage is activated. This speeds up the navigation
process by allowing the Scripture Browser to wait until you've finished selecting
your target passage before navigating to and rendering the text for that chapter.
The initial value will be the double-click activation time for your Operating
System. Values from of 50 to 2000 are allowed.
The “Passage Reference Activation Delay” time determines the delay time in
milliseconds from the time you stop typing or making changes to the Passage
Reference Editor above the Scripture Browser until the Scripture Browser auto-
navigates to that passage. Values from 100 to 4000 are allowed.
The “Show Excluded Search Results” check box, if checked, will cause the
Scripture Browser to also display Excluded Search Results using a
the same form that the Excluded Search Results View Mode of the Search Results
Pane does. Otherwise, the Excluded Search Results aren't rendered at all by the
The “Entire Bible Scrollbar” drop list lets you control if the quick chapter
selector scrollbar is on the left-side, the right-side, or removed entirely for the
The “Verse Rendering” mode drop list lets you control how the Scripture Text is
rendered in the Scripture Browser. The options are: Free-Flow/Paragraph
(default), Verse-Per-Line, Verse-Per-Line Double-Spaced, Verse-Per-Line with Indent,
Verse-Per-Line with Hanging Indent, Verse-Per-Line Double-Spaced with Indent, and
Verse-Per-Line Double-Spaced with Hanging Indent.
Originally in King James Pure Bible Search Version 1, due to a rendering quirk,
text was rendered in the Scripture Browser as Verse-Per-Line. That quirk was
fixed in Version 2, which rendered the text in a Free-Flow/Paragraph format, as
was originally intended. However, due to popular demand and requests, not only
has a selectable Verse-Per-Line mode been brought back, but you also have the
choice of adding either an indent or a hanging-indent on each verse and whether
you want the verses double-spaced. So now there's six different Verse-Per-Line
mode options in addition to the default Free-Flow/Paragraph mode.
1 In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. 2 And the
earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face
of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the
waters. 3 And God said, Let there be light: and there was light.
1 In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.
2 And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon
the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of