Just tried OpenLP 2.9.2 for the first time. You appear to have changed how 2.9.2 opens and validates service files which will have a major negative impact for me ..
I like to keep each and every OpenLP service files used at each service. OpenLP files can get HUGE when they contain video or other large media.
The disk space implications are not good ! So ...
I open the HUGE .osz files with 7ZIP (I assume other Zip programs will work) and manually remove the huge files - making the .osz file much smaller.
2.4.6 opens these manually reduced files just fine. It places a red X against the media which it no longer has - but that's fine as (a) I can see the rest of the service and (b) I have a note of what media it was, even if I can't play it directly. This behaviour is great !
However 2.9.2. simply refuses to open the file saying the file is corrupt.
If I can't open my old files, and/or are forced to keep huge files in future, it will have a major negative impact for me.
Can you consider alternative behaviour - ideally reverting to old functionality or adding a strict validation toggle option.
Thanks for listening.