Most features that people request have not been implemented because we are a team of volunteers working in our spare time. Most of us have families and other responsibilities, and we don't have the time we'd like to develop those features.
Most of …
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Yes it is. Make sure your Bible is selected, and click the "Edit Bible" button. This is what it looks like on my computer:
Then in the "Edit Bible" window, set the default Bible language to "Applicatio…
You can't open newer OpenLP files or databases with older versions of OpenLP. If they do work, that's not intentional. You need to use the same version of OpenLP (or newer) to open those files.
I recommend using the song importer and using the "Ope…
@ipstone If you installed OpenLP from your package manager, you should run:
openlp -l debug
(that's a lowercase L)
OpenLP should output where it is logging to.
I just had an odd thought. How old is the computer you're using to run OpenLP?…
Yep, we know about that error. Try this, it might help.
1. Copy and paste this as "openlp-songusage.conf":
2. In OpenLP, go to File -&…
I don't know which operating system you're using, but that message is telling me that you're trying to save the file to place on your computer that you cannot save files to. Try changing where you're saving the file to.
@ipstone Are you using OpenLP from the repositories (i.e. installed via apt-get) or from a downloaded version? If you downloaded OpenLP (which I guess is why you are using "./openlp.pyw"), then you need to make sure you have all the dependencies tha…
@matthd from a couple of articles in their knowledgebase, it looks like ProPresenter just launchs PowerPoint or KeyNote for you on macOS, but then you still just control the presentation in PowerPoint/KeyNote, there's no actual integration.
That IP address is wrong. An IP address is always 4 sets of numbers between 0 and 255 with dots in between.
Yours, I think, should say 192.168.1.74, not 192.168.174 (notice the extra dot in my version?)
Hey Mark, are you using VLC within OpenLP? That's usually the best option.
Also, m4a files contain DRM, which is why some of them work and some don't. If you can't play the m4a file in VLC, then it contains DRM.
By the way, which operating system …
Currently OpenLP is unable to use any of the presentation applications on macOS, due to limitations with these programs on macOS.
OpenLP stores songs in an SQLite database. Just open the data folder (Tools menu), and find the "songs.sqlite" in the "songs" folder. Make sure OpenLP is not running when you open the database.
Don't forget to make a backup first! If you mess up…