Yep, never treat trunk as stable :-) There are a few other changes happening in trunk and some database upgrades that need to happen. This traceback is only for the projector manager, so if you're not using it, you can probably just ignore it.
Actually, according to the law, just having the song in your songbook doesn't mean you have a license to project it (yep, they're counted as different things), so you would still need a CCLI license for this.
@Tricia_G if you've removed the authors from the songs already, then you can go into the "Song Maintenance" and remove the authors there. I cannot recall if there's a way to remove more than one at a time though.
As you can see, we've run OpenLP through multiple virus scanners. Make sure you downloaded OpenLP from our website and nowhere else.
Here you can see that we have run OpenLP through all the security software, and Norton says it's fine: https://virustotal.com/en/file/ff6b4972e33701bb0e0a68f48b93d829a03a2e1bbcaf0727d6eb3a9e575f9de6/analysis/1490998102
I don't use Windows, so I don't have any extra security software. I suggest asking a friend who is a Windows person to tell you. All I can tell you is that Norton incorrectly flagged OpenLP as malicious, and we've already spoken to them and they fix…
Service files should already contain everything you need for a service, including images and presentations. I think there might be an upper limit on file size (just so that people don't shoot themselves in the foot), but it's around 50MB. Make sure …