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  1. Greg Moore

    I can’t find the pronounciations for names as it does in the Book of Mormon….maybe in the dictionary section for example. I am a new convert so in my testimony last week I pronounced La ban vs Laebin. You know what I mean…
    Love the app

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  2. Dean

    Do you happen to know where I can find an electronic version of the original Spanish translation of Book of Moromon?

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  3. Rick

    Could you program a bookmark in the iPhone Scriptures app so that I can go back to where I left off? I use them at church and can’t remember where I left off in my continual reading.
    Thanks.

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  4. Matt

    Just wanted to give you a big fat THANK YOU for putting in the effort of the scripture database. Its EXACTLY what I was looking for. THANKS!

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  5. Jamison

    Steve,

    I seem to be having trouble downloading the CSV file of the scriptures. If those files aren’t too extremely large, would it be possible if you could just shoot me an e-mail with them attached? I appreciate the work you’ve done. It’ll bless the lives of tens of thousands.

    Jamison

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    1. beandog Post author

      I actually need to get a new release out, that has less bugs, so if you don’t mind waiting, that’d be my advice. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  7. Mitchell

    You’re killing me Steve! All I want to do is rip my VHS tapes so my niece can watch Elmo over and over and over and over again. That’s how I found your blog post “ripping vhs” from October 2009. Then I started looking at your other posts, and then more posts and more! Now I’ve got a couple of hours of reading to do just from poking around a bit. Keep up the great work. I think I’ve found a kindred spirit. You’ve inspired me to start my own blog so that I can output some of the input I get from reading about what interests me. Thanks.

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    1. steve Post author

      Go for it. I’ve had people credit the project or me before. I don’t really care, though. It’s up to you. I don’t feel like I really did anything special, though, just made what’s out there more available.

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  8. package maintainer

    Greetings beandog, I just discovered some of your code on Github, but I cannot legally package it for the operating system I use because it has no license. The repository in question is here:

    https://github.com/beandog/bluray_info

    Can you please add a LICENSE or COPYING file to this repository to clarify the terms? Also it is nice to add SPDX identifiers to individual files. If you are unsure what license to choose, I recommend a common Free/Libre copyleft license like the GNU GPLv3+.

    You can read about this license here:

    https://www.gnu.org/licenses/quick-guide-gplv3.html

    But be sure to add “or later” to allow upgrading to future versions of the GNU GPL. You can read about this problem here:

    https://www.gnu.org/licenses/identify-licenses-clearly.html

    You can read about SPDX identifiers in source code files here:

    https://spdx.dev/ids/

    So if you chose a nice common copyleft license like GNU GPLv3+ you can add this to your source files:

    // SPDX-License-Identifier: GPL-3.0-or-later

    Thank you for sharing this code, but without a license I cannot redistribute it.

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  9. josh

    Thank you so much for the scripture api!! Its so useful. I wish the church would put something like it out :/

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  10. Rob

    I’m having an issue getting the API request to go through. My APIGET string doesn’t like spaces for the text format that you use. Can I use a different character instead of a space in the text field?

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    1. steve Post author

      Okay I changed it so it’ll accept a + in addition to a space for book names. So try ‘1+Nephi+1:1’. Does that help?

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