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  • @johnverz Sadly it doesn’t work for me. It doesn’t seem to update the script. Whatever I change in the httprouter.py file, OpenLP does not interpret it. Do I have to tell it to explicitely look for changes in the scripts?
  • That’s awesome! I have to try it out.
  • Yes, definitely! Unfortunately, although I’m downloading stuff from github all the time, I have never come around to opening an account and posting my own stuff there. I only code for myself and it’s never in a state, where I feel I can unleash it o…
  • It’s not called "type" but "plugin". The plugin names are songs bibles media presentations images custom You can see all the available information at http://localhost:4316/api/service/list when OpenLP is running.
  • It seems like OpenSongApp can send MIDI signals. https://www.opensongapp.com/user-guide/connecting-devices/midi-connections With something of a detour, OpenLP can recieve MIDI signals. https://forums.openlp.org/discussion/5337/control-openlp-with-mi…
  • I think for that you will have to take a look at the sqlite file where all the songs are stored. In OpenLP there is a menu item called "Tools ‣ Open Data Folder". In the data folder you have a folder songs and in there the songs.sqlite fil…
  • When the stage view server is running, you can access all the service items via the URL http://localhost:4316/api/service/list In your stage view folder, there is the JavaScript file stage.js. Right at the top you’ll find the lines $.getJSON( &quo…
  • The only thing you could do is send the title of the service item to the stage view. The title of a bible verse is usually something like this Lukas 1:1-10 BasisBibel, Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft but you can change that in the service list. You could…
  • See for example Airturn bluetooth pedals: https://www.airturn.com/products/categories/bluetooth-pedals I haven’t tested it myself, but they claim you can „Create commands for almost any app that responds to keystrokes, macros, mouse clicks, or MIDI …
  • Yes, it’s possible to have the stage view reflect formatting. OpenLP has an API to service the stage view. If you have an item displayed live, you can take a look at http://localhost:4316/api/controller/live/text and see that for every slide there i…
  • I’m not sure what exactly you mean. Can you post pictures of both the Live Screen and the Stage Monitor? The thing is, all the lines that are shown on the Live Screen will also be shown on the Stage Monitor. There’s no way around that. The only thin…
  • We are using OBS to capture the Live View for our Stream. You can have a source capturing the screen that’s displaying the lyrics. It’s sometimes a little tricky to get the sound into OBS, too, but I believe it is easier on Windows than on Mac.
  • Hi there. I like to have my lower thirds stage view text all on one line. For that I replaced all the linebreaks with forward slashes. So I took the stage.js file and looked for the line where it updates the #currentslide element. And right before t…
  • Hi @eprostko, in the .html file, the JavaScript must be referenced as /stage/chords/stage.js not /files/stage.jsChanging that made it work for me.
  • @eprostko I’m not sure what the problem is. Can you send me the “chords” folder, so I can check the files?
  • Hi, great to hear that it works! I would assume that it works with future versions of OBS. The OBS-Websocket-Plugin is widely used by many people, so they will work on keeping it working.
  • Also check out the obs-midi plugin (not by me). It’s a much more direct way of controlling OBS, by sending MIDI signals. It’s still in development, but it works and should be getting more stable with upcoming releases. (btw, you can also control Ope…
  • Also check that out:
https://forums.openlp.org/discussion/5337/control-openlp-with-midi-signals
  • @Travis @gushi @martin_thompson @outjet @raoul @CaveDweller @tgc @nevyn @phedders @Favreau Hi y’all, I hope you’re not mad at me for tagging all of you. I just posted a solution for controlling OpenLP with MIDI signals via JavaScript, and I think …
    in Midi Comment by fiveofsix September 2020
  • Hi, @shaunevans, I know this is an old thread, but perhaps you are interested. I posted a solution for controling OpenLP with MIDI signals. Have a look at it https://forums.openlp.org/discussion/5337/control-openlp-with-midi-signals
  • @JohnM, @remekdc I did the tutorial today. Check it out: https://forums.openlp.org/discussion/5336/tutorial-how-to-remote-control-obs-via-openlp-custom-stage-view
  • How to customize the script (also: an explanation of how it all works) The custom stage view that we have installed is based on the default stage view provided with OpenLP. I tried to comment everything important inside of the files themselves. Nev…
  • Unfortunately the alternate title is not fed into the stage view api. The only information the stage view can use is the one you find at http://localhost:4316/api/service/list and http://localhost:4316/api/controller/live/text. I did a little diggin…
  • Hi there, just in the last days I worked on a way to trigger OBS scene changes (or really whatever you would like) from inside OpenLP. I’m planning to post a full tutorial soon. Would you be interested? It works by having a custom slide called fo…
  • As far as I understand it, OpenLP does not pass this kind of meta-information to the stages view. All the information about the current song is sent to an api handler athttp://localhost:4316/api/controller/live/text If you want to display the infor…