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Re: Imported DOC and DOCX files content missing the accented characters
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Thanks. That is not the answer I was looking for. PowerPoint works, so I would suspect that doc and docx would use the same libraries that are used by ppt. I am going to convert them to rich text files (rtf), since this filetype works. I would suggest to fix this. It's probably something to do with Unicode vs ANSI or plain text.


By the way, docx conversion displays a character rather than stripping the accented character. I would suggest to look into UTF8, Unicode, etc., file types.


Anyway, don't mean to come back with a suggestion, but for those of us that are starting new, we just have Word and PPTs. Thanks for the wonderful software. God bless your ministry.


José

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Re: Imported DOC and DOCX files content missing the accented characters
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The simplest thing to do would be to import them all into a single file and then use the Edit/Search and Replace dialog to make all the corrections at once.

Posted on: 11/10 16:56
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JIC
Imported DOC and DOCX files content missing the accented characters
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Greetings!


Blessings from the Almighty God. Thanks so much for this tool!

While importing some doc and docx files, all went, apparently, well, but the songs are missing the accented characters. For example, "Jesús", appears as "Jess", etc. Should I convert them to text instead? There are over 300 of these doc and docx files. Thanks for the help.


José

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Version 4.516
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Bug fix for Windows 7

Posted on: 4/7 11:20
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Version 4.515
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Fixed bug with placement of off-screen output window

Fixed bug with automatic bible verses font sizing.

Posted on: 3/24 14:40
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Version 4.514
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Fixed font sizing bug fix in 4.513

Posted on: 3/22 8:41
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Version 4.513
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This version includes:
Use of DirectWrite for text output with Windows 7 and above. This improves text rendering with Windows Creators Update and also outline and shadow font rendering.
Bible verse margins can be reset.
Video autostart setting is now saved.
Default slide background colour can be changed from background slider menu.
Extra large previews option for PowerPoint slides.

Bug fixes include:
Background size problems with release 4.512 in scroll mode.
Alert with PowerPoint slides.
Bible picture advanced options are now saved.
Playlist separator position on minimising window.

Posted on: 3/8 14:15
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Re: Advanced one man band idea
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I can confirm that it works on Windows 10. If you have the Creators update some of the font rendering may be slow, particularly if you are using scrolling. Changing the font settings to use 'Extended graphics' will help with this. If you use the Setup toolbar icon and then the Text icon you will find it. I am working on an update that will be a lot faster for Creators Update. It will probably be available in a month.

You can scroll direct to the next verse using the space bar if you select 'Use spacebar to scroll down' on the General Preferences dialog tab.

I could setup timed changes for song verses if you wish. The problem would be getting the timing right as you really need to change the verse just before the previous verse has finished. You can already use timed changes on the playlist.

Hard to know how to link the changes to a backing track or mp3 unless there is an industry defined protocol for this. It would need something adding to the sound track.

Posted on: 3/3 12:23
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larry
Advanced one man band idea
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I have looked at this software for review and must say I am very impressed.

Would love to Know is the software runs on windows 10?

Now I have noticed how this program scrolls but it has everybody reading the bottom line I wondered if

1. rather each window or slide could be timed when used for singing and

2. linked to mp3 or backing track with auto rotation.

Thank you so much for able to have this input plus blessed with this resource

Best regards
Larry

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Re: Format- Open Source
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Sorry it is not Open Source but I am quite willing to consider any suggestions you may have for improvemnts

Posted on: 2017/11/25 13:40
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