It would be really helpful to know some more details about your system.
Which operating system are you using?
Which version (and distro, in the case of Linux) of your operating system?
Do you have any High DPI monitors (e.g. 4K)
That is just a warning message to tell you that the configuration OpenLP is detecting doesn't match the one OpenLP detected the last time (and the one you saved). If everything is working fine, you can just ignore it.
Just to close the loop here, we made the entire footer much more flexible. In the Settings -> Songs, there's a Footer section, and you just need to remove the copyright symbol from there.
See my more detailed comment on the GitLab ticket.
The issue is that OpenLP depends on the operating system to tell it the size of the screens (technically, OpenLP doesn't even talk to the operating system, it just requests screens via an intermediary library). So Windows is telling OpenLP that the …
@universaldilettant to install OpenLP from the downloaded deb file, you need to open a terminal and run the following commands (presuming the deb files are in your Downloads folder):
sudo dpkg -i ~/Downloads/openlp_3.0.1-1_all.deb
sudo dpkg -i ~/Dow…
We don't directly target Ubuntu, because it has a fixed release cycle, and in reality it is a downstream project of Debian. Every release of Ubuntu is pulled from Debian's Unstable stream, which means that whatever is in Debian unstabl…
in earlier version of this app. I was able to change the port number in the Remote Section. Is that still possible for this new version?
We had a number of issues with users changing the port without realising the effect, and removed the option from…
Thanks! I found an error in the log file which might explain the white background. Here's the fix I've committed:
It should come out in the next version of OpenLP.
Can you create a debug log file for us please? This might help us figure out what the problem is.