OpenQuran (in "Our Projects")

Geschrieben von: Hanif, am 05.Dec.2011

 

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Tutorials to Open Quran

Introduction

Most Quran Software are consisting of a Quran version and some translations, which users can't choose or change. For studying purpose this can't help much and the user has to use many software for getting results which has to be written else where.
OpenQuran is in this case very easy to use and can be developed the way the user like to.
Including own version of Quran and with many translation as possible.
Writing own Comments to every Verse in the Quran, also importing written comments.
Viewing some verses with own comments in between, This can be saved as *.oq file and shared with other OpenQuran users.
OpenQuran can be translated easily to any language by changing a xml file
Suras names can be changed although the way user like to
and many other options.

Requirements

OpenQuran is built using MS, C# programming language. To use it, you need to have the .NET Framework at least version 2.0 installed on your machine. If you're running Vista, you already have it. If you're running Windows XP, you can download it here.

Sorry, OpenQuran doesn't work on a mac or on earlier versions of Window!

Program info

Program Name........: Open Quran
Version.............: 1.9.20.
Author..............: Ayman Teryaki
License Type........: GPL
Limitations.........: No Limitation
File Size...........: 29 Mb
OS..................: Win XP, Vista, Win7 (32 and 64 Bit)
Release Date........: 12.02.2010
Languages...........: Arabic, English, German, Turkish, Persian, French, Spanish, Polish
Download URL........: http://openquran.de/
Source URL..........: http://openquran.de/
MD5 Hash............: 3214073A3A3D5C0292B674B3DCA4AA71


Contact

Website.............: http://www.openquran.de
Email...............: info@openquran.de

 

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Installing OpenQuran

  1. Download the latest version of OpenQuran from our site (www.openquran.de).
     
  2. Run oq_setup.exe and follow instruction in the Installation wizard.
     
  3. OpenQuran can be run on any System which has Net Framework 2.0 (or higher) from Microsoft. If you still don't have it, download from the MS site and install.
     
  4. When you run OpenQuran for the first time, you will notice, that there are no translations (only the arabic Quran and an empty comments tables). Open Quran is delivered with a Quran table which consists of 6234 lines. It means that sura 9 has only 127 verses. But you decide by your self at the beginning whether you want that Sura 9 has to be 127 or 129 verses. Once you decided for one of them, this means all of other translations which you like to include later must have the same number of Verses. If you choose Sura 9 with 127 Verses this means your Quran versions/translations consists of 6234 Verses otherwise 6236 Verses.
     
  5. To include a new translation, see the "include" part of this document
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Including new Translation

In Open Quran we can easily include any translation we like. The translated file has to be a txt-file and every Verse in it must be on 1 line (Not separated to many lines). Be sure that txt file has to be converted first to UTF-8 (universal code)
If your txt file doesn't have the right formatting, do as follow

  1. Select all text (Ctrl+A)
  2. Cut text to Clipboard (Ctrl+X)
  3. Change the Unicode of the text file (depends on your text editor) to UTF-8
  4. paste Text (Ctrl+V) again and save

Now the txt-file is ready to include in the database of Open Quran. To include the txt-file if our new translation, we do as follow:

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  1. Start OpenQuran
  2. Click on the Menu " Tools" and choose "Text To Data"
  3. Now we need the txt file which has our Quran version. If you did not download any txt file, you can do that by visiting our site, where you can find some of them.
  4. In the Options Window we want to tell the program whether Sura 9 of our quran version or translation consists of 127 or 129 Verses. (Does Sura 9 have 127 or 129 Verses?)
    (usually open quran is delivered with 127 verses for sura 9. But you can delete and include your arabic version with 129 verses)
  5. If your txt file has Sura and Verse Numbers, than check this box: (My text file has already sura and verse numbers like this example). Sura and Verse numbers must be written in the right manner as the Example show
  6. (Language) is the Language used in the text file
  7. (Publisher) The name of the translator or author of this script
  8. (Comment) For now you don’t need to change
  9. (Sort) This tells how the program should sort the translations. A Number will be automatically generated. You can change now or later in the options of OpenQuran
  10. (Text Direction) For text files which written in arabic or hebrew similar languages Choose between (right to left) or (left to right)
  11. After including the text file you can see how the verses are sorted. If everything went OK, just click the Button underneath (Save Access file) The new txt file is included and can be seen and used after restarting OpenQuran (v. 1.9.4 no need to restart)

Hint: Never include the same txt-file 2 times. First delete the older one from the options, than include again

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Show selected Sura

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Double clicking a Sura name will show you the whole Sura. But you can select more than one sura by holding the Ctrl-key down and choosing with mouse the suras you like to see. After selecting the Suras click on the left Mouse key and choose (Show selected) .

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There are also many selection variations:

  • "Initialed" (all Suras which begins with initials),
  • "Uninitialed" (Suras which have no initials),
  • "Selection Table" (Save own selection: see image2)
    • New: Give the selection a name and type surahs numbers within prackets as follow: A.L.M. (2,3,29,30,31,32)
    • Edit existing Selection
    • Delete marked Selection
  • "Meccan" suras (Suras revealed in Mecca) and
  • "Medinan" (Suras revealed in Medina)

Changing the order of Suras by:

  • "Revelation" or
  • "Chronological" and
  • "Alphabetically" or
  • "ABGD" (Old arabic order of Alphabets)

Changing Suras Names to your own language

In this version of Openquran we've included only the arabic names of the Suras. If you would like to change the Suras names to your own native language or any other language, do as follow:

  1. Open the Folder where OpenQuran saves the database and options (My Documents\openquran)
  2. Open folder (xml)
  3. you'll find a file called (suranames.xml). Open the file with any txt editor
  4. There are 114 lines showing sura numbers and names like this line:
    <sura Nr="001" name="Alfatiha" />
  5. Change the content of the name as you want to: name="The Key"
  6. save file and restart OpenQuran to see changes on the left side of it
  7. Do the same to all 114 Sura names. Save the xml document and run Openquran

Hint: Before changing the names of the suras, make a copy of the file (suranames.xml) in case you did anything wrong

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Browser Right Click

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Some functions which are in the upper menu are added to the right click also, such as: Navigating fore- and backwards, select all and copy

Search selected (Alt+F): any selected word or phrase in the browser can be send to search box

Search Expressions: Opens the Expressions windows and search within

Show selected Sura (Ctrl+Alt+Space): selecting any verse number from the browser and clicking this option will navigate directly to chosen Sura. Selecting 2 numbers with double point in between (e.g. 1:1) will show the chosen verse.

Sort Verse numbers: This option shows only verse numbers from displayed verses (such as search results) in case we would like to share only the numbers of verses with some one else. It shows also the count of "even" and "odd" verse numbers.

Sort only text: Browser content will be cleared from all formatting, if we need only the text.

Write comments (Alt+C): selecting a verse numbers (e.g. 1:1) and choosing write comments will lead directly to the "comments Editor" to write comments to the chosen verse

Gematrical Value:

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If you select the verse text und choose "Gematrical Value", OQ will calculate the value of every letter and give the sum of the whole verse/s. If you did not select a text, this will prompt a popup window letting you type your own text (Only for arabic language).
There're 3 kinds of Gematrical calculations:

  1. GV are the Gematrical Values of the letters from 1 to 1000
    ا
    1
    ب
    2
    ج
    3
    د
    4
    ه
    5
    و
    6
    ز
    7
    ح
    8
    ط
    9
    ي
    10
    ك
    20
    ل
    30
    م
    40
    ن
    50
    س
    60
    ع
    70
    ف
    80
    ص
    90
    ق
    100
    ر
    200
    ش
    300
    ت
    400
    ث
    500
    خ
    600
    ذ
    700
    ض
    800
    ظ
    900
    غ
    1000
  2. SV are the Serial Values of the letters, from 1 to 28
    ا
    1
    ب
    2
    ج
    3
    د
    4
    ه
    5
    و
    6
    ز
    7
    ح
    8
    ط
    9
    ي
    10
    ك
    11
    ل
    12
    م
    13
    ن
    14
    س
    15
    ع
    16
    ف
    17
    ص
    18
    ق
    19
    ر
    20
    ش
    21
    ت
    22
    ث
    23
    خ
    24
    ذ
    25
    ض
    26
    ظ
    27
    غ
    28
  3. PV are the Parallel Values of letters, seperated into initialed (from 1 to 14) und Non-initialed (from 1 to 14)
    Initialed Non-Initialed
    ا
    1
    ب
    1
    هـ
    2
    ج
    2
    ح
    3
    د
    3
    ط
    4
    و
    4
    ي
    5
    ز
    5
    ك
    6
    ف
    6
    ل
    7
    ش
    7
    م
    8
    ت
    8
    ن
    9
    ث
    9
    س
    10
    خ
    10
    ع
    11
    ذ
    11
    ص
    12
    ض
    12
    ق
    13
    ظ
    13
    ر
    14
    غ
    14

GV Results

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The (P) beside the number in the results means itis a prime number.
Also if result is divisible to 19, this will be shown.
To change the divisible number, click on the "status bar" and type your number.

ABGD - Tool

There is another way to calculate single letters and sort the values beside each others by using the ABGD-Tool, which we can find in the upper menu (View => ABGD).

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Here we can choose one of the 3 kinds of values (GV, SV, PV). The result can although be sent to the calculator when we click the "Calc" Button!

Send to external Program

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Uppon every verse number appears a small menu which has 4 functions:

  1. View verse: This can be helpfull by studing the quran in case we would like to see 3 verses before and 3 verses after our choosen verse
  2. Copy verse: with verse number
  3. Send to external program: send the choosen verse to another program (Word, Chat etc.).
    Under the upper menu (Tools = > comboBox) we can specify the external program from the list of active programs. If you did not find the program under the list, press F5 to refresh the list.
  4. Write Comment

Roots Connection

Roots are usefull in case we want to find all combinations of our choosen word. To use this function, we select a quranic word (only one word) from any verse and with right mouse click we choose (Root) or press (Ctrl+R).

To modify the Roots we choose from the upper menu (Tools => Roots connection)

Roots

Here we can make changes to our roots list, add a new root, write our own description etc...

 

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Writing Comments

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    1. Choose in the Menu (File) => (Write Comment)
    2. Type the Sura and Verse numbers that you like to add your comments to and click "OK"
      The other way is to select Sura and Verse number from the browser and choose (File) => (Write Comment) or just press Alt+C. This will lead you directly to the chosen Verse in the Comments-Editor.
    3. On the status of the editor you see the Sura and Verse numbers. Write your Comments and save

Now double click on the sura name in which you included the comment. If the table of comments is checked (translations tab), you'll see what you wrote under the chosen Verse of Quran

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To use the "HTML formatting menu" in the "Comments Editor", select the text and right click to change color, font, style etc....

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Using Nav

The Nav Box has a special task in OpenQuran. One can handle 2 different kind of code in it:

  1. The Nav code
  2. and OQ Code (automation of OpenQuran commands)

The Nav Code

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If you are looking for few Verses which you like to keep to your Document, (NAV) will do you this service besides you can add some comments to the chosen verses. The following Example will show you 3 different verses with your own comment:

Copy the following line into the NAV Box:

(The Phrase "Besm Allah" occurs 3 times in the Quran) 1:1 11:41 27:30

Underneath the Text box choose (File) => (Run Code) or press (Alt+Space) to run the code. In the Browser you'll see the comment and the 3 verses which you choose.

  • To write Comments use easily parenthesis ( )
  • For a whole sura, you need only the Number of it. (I'm showing you Sura number 1) 1
  • By a specified Verse, sura and verse number must be separated with double points 1:1
  • By specifying a range of verses in a sura, use hyphen as shown 1:1-3 (This will show sura 1 verse 1 to 3)

OpenQuran can also handel *.oq files which can be written with any Text-Editor such as Notepad.
Save your file (e.g. myfile.oq) and open it (or drop it on OpenQuran.exe). OpenQuran will start in this case and run the file in NAV Tab by it self.

Hint: You are allowed to use only such signs in your comments ( - , ; : . " ' and HTML Tags for formatting your comments )

Ban Comments = View only the verses without the comments

The OQ Code and the Navigation window

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With the oqCode we can automate almost every command in OpenQuran. To start and run oq code wen need at the begriming to know some commands and the right syntax. For this purpose the OpenQuran team developed a special Editor with a list of all commands in use and a syntax highlight function.

To start the Navigation window type the following code in your Nav Box and run the code by pressing (Alt+Space)

For more details about oq code and the Editor see section OQ Editor in this Tutorial.

 

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Translations Tab

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The "Translation Tab" of Open Quran shows all translation tables, which are installed in your database.
We need to select at least one of them to browse the information we require.

Right click menu:

  • Select All of the tables
     
  • Refresh in case we add a new translation from "Text to data" menu (See "Including new translation" part in this document).
     
  • Move UP or DOWN sorting table
     
  • Make Editable for your own comments
     
  • Remove selected table (this option can't be undo!!!)
     
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Search box Right Click

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To search for any letter, word or phrase, choose first from the "pull down" menu in which table to search in.

Search (Return): searching for letter, word or phrase in the search box

Match Whole Word: Select this Checkbox in case you're looking for a phrase, else OQ will search for every word in this phrase alone

Case Sensitive: Search for the same letter/word/phrase

Whole Quran: will search in the whole quranic text

Only in selected Sura: Select one or many Suras from the Suras Names (Down left) to search only in them

Within Browser Content: It allows user to search many times in the same browsed text

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Right Click on the search box

Analyze (Alt+Space): The result of search will show only calculated numbers of Entries, Suras, Verses, count of letters etc....

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search unique: count(); function allows user to find letters, words or phrases with a specified repetition in every verse.
( S means searched letter/word/phrase)
( = means equal to the specified number)
( < smaller than specified number)
( > bigger than specified number).

Examples:

count(S=2); // Verse must have 2 such letters or Words
count(ح=1); // search for all verses that have 1 letter ح
count(ن[و]*ن=2); // search for نن or نون that appears only 2 times in every verse
   
count(S<2); // Verse must have smaller than 2 such letters or words
count(ن<4); // search for verses which have at least 1 ن and not more than 3 ن letters
   
count(S>2); // Verse must have bigger than 2 such letters or words
count(ن>2); // search for verses which have 3 ن and more
   
cutSpace(يس); // OQ will cut spaces from verses before searching
   
gv(l=10); // find (L)etters which have the gematrical value of 10
gv(w=19); // find (W)ords which have the gematrical value of 19
gv(v=228); // find (V)erses which have the gematrical value of 228
   
noneOf(ص); // find verses which have no such letter/word/phrase
   
needAll(a,b,c); // verses must have all letters/words which seperated through comma

Hint: The first example shows us, that the use of "Regular Expression" in the count(); function is allowed under the condition that the 3 symbols = < > don't be used.

Clear Search (Ctrl+del): deleting content of the search box

Select all, Copy, Cut and Paste are added to the search box

RTL (RightToLeft Search box direction)

Search result colorize function (changing the color of search results)

The new method of OpenQuran allows although searching for Numbers of verses. There are 2 ways to to look for a specified number:

  1. by typing the number with or without double points in between: 2:7
  2. or by using "Regular Expressions" numbers methods such as: \d+:3[ ] (This will browse every third verse from every sura)

Search Results are set in the status bar which shows beside founded Entries although the amount of Verses

Expressions

Expressions

If you press (Ctrl+E or RightClick=>Expressions) a window will appear, which contains some expressions that can be useful by searching.
We can "send" each of these expressions to the searchbox of Openquran (Ctrl+Enter),
"send and search" (double click or Enter) or
"send and analyze" (Shift+Enter).
There is also a small box in the upper window to write/search in the expressions list.
All expressions listed here are saved in a xml file: "C:\My Documents(or User)\User name\openquran\xml\expressions.xml". But we also choose another xml file for our expressions by double clicking on the file adresse in the upper right side of the expressions window and choose another expression file.

Users of OpenQuran can edit or modify this listBox in 2 different ways:

Expressions

1. by opening the expressions.xml. All we have to do is to add one more Tag like this one:

<sura exp="Your Expression " meaning="Explanation for this expression-.... " />

between <quran> ... and ... </quran>

Save the file and restart Openquran to see/use the new expression.

2. Click on the upper Menu Tools=>Options and choose the Expressions Tab. Go to the end of Rows, double click the row and add (paste / write) your search expression (search Phrase) and beside we write the expression declaration (Meaning).

Save the list (No need to restart OpenQuran)

AutoComplete

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Most of the entries done in the searchbox will be saved automatically to a combobox which appears under the searchbox by pressing (F9 or RightClick=>AutoComplete)

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Using Calc

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With version 1.9.8 of OpenQuran we included a new Tab for large numbers Calculations (Calc).

We can directly select search results from the Browser and send them to "Calc" by right clicking the mouse on the selected verses.

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Right Mouse Click on the Calc Tab opens the options menu, where we can choose whether we need to calculate

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  1. Only Verse Numbers (F5) (Only if double points : is set between sura- and verse number)
  2. Only Sura Number (F6) (Only if double points : is set between sura- and verse number)
  3. Set Counts before: will put a continuous number before every verse number (F7)
  4. Set Count after: will put a continuous number after every verse number (F8)
  5. The divisible number (the number used for our calculations) can be changed to any number we want to

 

 

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Hijri /Gregorian Calendar

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The calendar shows only the gregorian date. At the bottom there is also hijri date and an image of the moon periods.

In version 1.9.9 of OpenQuran we included a Multi Time Organizer (MTO), which plays a specified sound when the given date and time are reached.

To include your own dates click on the upper menu (Tools => Options => Timer)

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To write own dates, double click on the left sided Text Box to make it editable. After writing your dates double click again to save.
Adding a new date must be sorted in the right sequencing like the next example:

23.11,17:03;
23.11,17:04;
24.11,05:05;

Typing a single number time or date has to begin with 0 like  (05:05) and not as (5:5)

For daily use of always same times, type 00.00 for the date:

00.00,07:00;
00.00,12:30;
00.00,17:55;

Here you can also change the sound of the alarm or de- activate the Timer.

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Options

Changing Sort or Deleting one of quran edition / translations

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  1. Click in the Menu (Tools) => (Options)
  2. The first Tab (Sort/Delete) shows all translations included in OpenQuran
  3. Choose the one you like to change
  4. write another number of sorting and click (Change Sort)

If you want to delete the translation or version:

  • Choose the one you like to change and Click the Button (Delete)

* You need to restart Openquran (No need in v. 1.9.3) after changing Sort or deleting one of the tables

Configuring Font color and size

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In the second Tab of the Options window (Fonts / Comments Table) you can change font style of every translation or version

  1. Choose a translation/Version from the "pull down menu"
  2. no Change font family and size
  3. no Change forecolor of the text
  4. no Change back color of the text
  5. (Right To Left) changing the direction of the Text
  6. Choosing comments table

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(Check this as Comments table) means that this table is specified for writing your own Comments. You can use only one table for own Comments. To write own Comments see the part "Write Comments" in this document.

Diverses

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  1. In this section, we can set the color of the search results. <b> Bold <i> italic <u> Underline
  2. Change order of Suras Names
  3. set a background color or a background image of your browser
    Fixed: Non scrollbar image
    Vertical: Repeat image in vertical position
    Horizontal: repeat image in Horizontal position
    Vertical + Horizontal: repeat image in vertical and horizontal positions

Declaring own Expressions

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If we have a lot of search expressions that we would like to use in our search, we can here add the expression and the meaning of it. Double click in the row and type your own. After saving you'll find all of them by (right click=>Expressions) in the search field or press (Ctrl+E). We are also trying to fill the the expressin from the root database. (see also how to use the Expressions).

OQ Folders

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In OpenQuran we can define more than one folder for our options/database configurations. In such manner we can have our program with different translations and interfaces. It's also useful when changes in the options assumed which result errors, in this case we can set the path to the backup files and restart OpenQuran.

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Keyboard Shortcuts

Upper Menu Shortcuts
Ctrl+T New Browser Tab
Alt+C Copy selected Sura/verse number and activate Comments Editor
Ctrl+P Print Browser contents
Alt+F4 Exit OpenQuran
Alt+left Go Backward
Alt+right Go Forward
Ctrl+F Show Search Tab
Alt+F Copy selected word from Browser and throw it in the search box
Ctrl+Shift+T Show translations Tab
 
Nav Tab Shortcuts
Ctrl+N Write a new Nav comment
Ctrl+O Open existing Nav comment
Alt+Space Run Nav Code
Ctrl+S Save Nav comment
Ctrl+Shift+S Save as a new comment
Ctrl+R Change direction of the Nav box to the right
Ctrl+Up A bigger Nav box height
Ctrl+Down A smaller Nav box height
Alt+Up get bigger font size
Alt+Down make font size smaller
 
Seach Tab Shortcuts
Enter Search
Alt+Space Analyze
Ctrl+E Expressions menu
Ctrl+U Search Unique
F9 Auto Complete
Ctrl+Del Clear search field
Ctrl+A Select all chars in the Search field
Ctrl+C Copy search field content
Ctrl+X Cut search filed content
Ctrl+V Paste to search field
 
Calculater Tab Shortcuts
F6 Calculate only sura numbers
F7 Calculate only verse numbers
F8 Set counts before
F9 Set counts after
Ctrl+A Select all chars in the Calc field
Ctrl+C Copy Calc field content
Ctrl+X Cut Calc field content
Ctrl+V Paste to Calc field
 
Table of Suras Names
Ctrl+A Select all
Space Show specified Suras
 
Comments Editor Shortcuts
Alt+N Write new Comment
Alt+S Save Comment
Ctrl+P Print Comment
Ctrl+Shift+P Print Preview
Ctrl+R Change direction of the Editor Right to left
Ctrl+H Show HTML of your Document
Ctrl+Z Undo
Ctrl+Y Redo
Ctrl+A Select all Text
Ctrl+C Copy selected Text
Ctrl+X Cut selected Text
Ctrl+V Paste Clipboard contents
Ctrl+B Make selection Bold
Ctrl+I Make selection italic
Ctrl+U underline your selection
Ctrl+L Add link

 

7 Kommentare

Bouqdib
25.Oct.2012
NEW FOR OPENQURAN

A compact and easy interpretation written by a group of experts in 2009 relying on the book of Tabari (died 310 AH) and Tafsir of Ibn Kathir (died 774 AH) as well as others. The compilers respected many criteria among which are:

1. A good interpretation of what was known to all during the first generation.
2. Brings only the likely interpretation and what is supposed to be correct.
3. Highlights Qur´anic interpretation for guidance and objectives of Islamic law.
4. Provides short and easy phrases and indicates the meaning of difficult words which can fit in a footnote in a Quran print.
5. Explains only the actual Verse and leaves extra information to be said in its proper place, avoiding unnecessary prolongation.
6. Avoids the mention of much unnecessary information for the interpretation of the Verse like the chains of readings (Alqira´at) and grammar.
7. The style is especially chosen to simplify the job for eventual translators into other languages and avoid mentioning terms that can not be translated.
8. Interprets every verse alone, the repetition of the Quranic text is also avoided unless necessary.

Download the TXT FILE for OPENQURAN from Here: http://realquran.net/resources/31-the-quran-in-utf8-format-for-openquran
Download the PDF BOOK from here: http://realquran.net/resources/arabic-books/55-00tafseer-muyassararabic

Reply to Bouqdib

admin: 26.Oct.2012Thanks again brother

One thing! When you convert txt_to_data in OpenQuran don´t use file name that have brackets ( ). This will cause errors. (e.g. "tafsir_muyassar(ar).txt" better: "tafsir_muyassar_ar.txt")

Salam
Bouqdib
23.Oct.2012
In case you want to see

Verses explanation in Arabic, download the prepared text file tafsir_aljalalein

for OPENQURAN at: http://realquran.net/resources/the-quran-in-utf8-format-for-openquran/53-tafsiraljalalayn

Reply to Bouqdib

admin: 23.Oct.2012Salam Brother Bouqdib
You got real professional on OpenQuran. Tafsir Aljalalayn works perfect.
Nice job and thanks a lot
منتصر دربال
08.Sep.2012
السلام عليكم اخ ايمن، اشكرك على هذا البرنامج الجميل للقران العظيم، فانا استخدم هذا البرنامج من اول ما عرفتك تقريبا، فهو برنامج جميل فعلا، جزاكم الله الف خير على هذا البرنامج الجميل، والله يحفظك، والسلام عليكم

Reply to منتصر دربال

bouqdib
27.Jan.2012
after changing to windows 7, openQuran needs always a permission to start.
If this is getting on the nerves of somebody, here is a way how to change it so that openquran starts without permission:

1.Open up Task Scheduler by simply clicking Start and typing task, you see on the top of the list "task Scheduler" you clck it.

2.click on the menu "Action" and then  "Create Task…"

3.give the task a short simple name, preferably with no spaces in it. Then look beneath and check the box for "Run with highest privileges"

4.stay in the same window and switch to the "Actions" tab, and click the "New" button, and then browse down to the application that you want to start without permission.

5.close out the dialogs by clicking the OK button, this creates the new task in the list. while you are here you can test the task by right-clicking on it and choose "Run", simply to make sure that it launches the application the way you were expecting. Close everything.

6.on the desktop, create a Shortcut to Start the Task by Right-clicking anywhere on the desktop and choosing "New" shortcut from the menu. a dialog box opens

7.in the area where it says "type the location of the item", write the following command that will run the scheduled task and use the name of the task you chosed, in my case the name of the task was (openquran), so the command is: schtasks /run /tn openquran

8.that is it, you should have now a shortcut that will launch the application in administrator mode.

9.Now you adjust the following points if you want 1)open up the properties for the shortcut, and change the Run drop-down to "Minimized" (to hide the schtasks command line utility), 2)then click on "Change Icon" and simply browse down to the application that you are opening with the shortcut and you should see the icons for the application itself, chose it. FINITO!

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