Click this button to remove the currently selected custom dictionary from the list. (Note: The remove function will not delete the file. It will simply remove it from the list of active custom dictionaries.)
You can change the behavior of the scroll bar through the Options | Preferences | Scrolling option.
Separate scroll settings are available for Bible windows and all other window types, as seen in the Scroll Dialog, below.
Note that there are two scroll settings: one for the arrow keys at either end of the scroll bar, and a second for the space above and below the "thumb" () within the scroll bar. When using these settings remember that "page" refers to the amount of content that is visible on your computer screen, not a physical "printed" page.
(Important Note: There are three scroll settings available for the up and down arrows in a Bible window: line, verse, and paragraph. While this setting is used to set the default, you can still access the other two scroll actions by holding down the Shift or Ctrl key while you click the up or down arrow. If you select line scrolling as your default, use the Shift key to scroll by verse and the Ctrl key to scroll by paragraph. If you select verse scrolling as your default, use the Shift key to scroll by paragraph and the Ctrl key to scroll by line. If you select paragraph scrolling as your default, use the Shift key to scroll by line and the Ctrl key to scroll by verse.)
Click here to return to Options | Preferences | Preferences.