The Bible tree provides an easy way to navigate through the Bible.
Clicking on a node makes the active Bible view
to display the corresponding chapter.
To show or hide the Bible tree press F9.
There are 3 levels on the tree, one for a Book, a Chapter and a Verse
- Click on the plus sign at the left of
each node to expand this node.
- Click on the node to cause the active
Bible view to display the current Book/Chapter/Verse
- Right click on a book
node for a list of chapters; clicking on a number causes the
chapter to be displayed
- Right click on a chapter
node for a list of verses; clicking on a number causes the verse
to be displayed
- Hover your mouse over a verse node to
display the verse as a tooltip. The translation used is the default Bible translation
- Drag a chapter or a verse node on a
Bible view to add the chapter or verse to the current verse list
Bible tree toolbar
- refreshes tree: collapses all nodes
the tree with the current verse of the active Bible view.
- highlight nodes with notes (e.g. display in Bold
green or red). Clicking on the checkmark toggles on-off the
of the tree nodes. Click on the arrow on the right to select if you
want to highlight notes according to verse notes or according to foot
notes. Since notes can only be added on verses, a chapter node is
highlighted if at least one of its verses has a note on. A book node is
highlighted if at least one of the verses of its chapters has a note
This way, you can always trace your personal notes by expanding the
Bible tree options
Clicking on the last icon of the toolbar of the Bible tree, you have
access to the following options:
Book numbering option allows you to define
exactly the format of the number and the book name that is displayed on
the tree. From the bible tree menu (options>book
numbering>format) you can set the format you wish.
- Book names: select if you want short
(abbreviated) book names or full
- Show icons: shows or hides the icons of
- Book numbering: set if you want the
books to be numbered (e.g. 1 for Genesis, ... 66 for Revelation)
The format is decided as follows:
Using the above 2 symbols and any other character, you can define the
- The %d
symbol represents the book number
- The %s
symbol represents the book name
For example (take Ruth for the example):
To restore the default format, choose from the bible tree options menu
options>book numbering>restore default format.
> 8. Ruth
> (8) Ruth
- %s -
> Ruth - 8
- Book:%s, Num:%d
> Book:Ruth, Num: 8