Finding Your Way Around

Alberith has been designed to be highly intuitive. We are confident that, within a few minutes of messing around, you will be entirely at home. However, here are a few tips to get you started in navigating your way around the resources we have amassed for you.

The Home View

This is the home view when you first arrive at ALBERITH:

Clicking the items in the Main Menu and other options will appear, and very soon you will find youself having the advantages of parallel texts of Scriptures, commentaries, and dictionary articles all open to you, like this.

The SPanel

There is only one important item to note. We have placed all the items important to your study in front of you. This way you don't get distracted. This space, however, is not big enough to accomodate all the tools available. Items like maps and pdf articles often appear in what we call an SPanel (call it Side Panel, Sliding Panel, or what you will). It is open by clicking on the SPanel Button located at the extreme left hand side of the Banner. Items that open here are indicated by a similar "hamburger" icon next to them.

Clicking the icon selects the article but you have to click on the SPanel Button in order to view it. It also needs, afterwards, to be closed to get back to your main window. This is done by clicking on the 'times' button on the top right hand side of the SPanel.

We have tried to make ALBERITH as useful as possible. However, this sometimes assumes that you have, e.g., a pdf-reader, preferably Adobe's, and PowerPoint, already installed on your computer. If you do not, then some of the features and resources may not work for you. ALBERITH is optimized for viewing in CHROME.

Alberith on the Phone

We are sorry that ALBERITH does not work on most tablets and handphones the way it is designed to do on PCs. Many of the resources, however, may be opened on a smartphone or tablet: just click on the 'Open on Phone' tag, scan the QR-code and open the link. Depending on your settings the article may open immediately or it may go directly into your Download (if the page does not open directly, check your Download directory).

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