Creating personalized song versions

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Craig Minke | Forum Activity | Posted: Fri, Jan 13 2012 9:56 PM

Can I save personalized versions of songs that I have pulled up for example from song select, etc.?

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Andy | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Jan 14 2012 12:23 AM

Craig Minke:

Can I save personalized versions of songs that I have pulled up for example from song select, etc.?

Dear Craig,

After editing a song pulled from, say, SongSelect, Proclaim saves the edited song which is then accessible and viewable under 'My Songs' (which appears at the top of the drop down when you press 'Add Item'/'Add Song' and then begin typing in the search field).

It is my understanding that in order to get the changes to save/sync, you need to complete the edit and click elsewhere (i.e. I am led to believe that if Proclaim crashes partway through editing a song or, say, you force quit, changes may not be saved).

One problem I have noticed is that if you edit the same song twice, this then appears twice under 'My Songs', which I find a little unsatisfactory and untidy. Right clicking on the duplicate does not seem to offer the option to delete. If you have OCD (like me), you may want to keep an eye on this.

Andy

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Scott Alexander | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Jan 14 2012 11:47 AM

Andy Evans:
One problem I have noticed is that if you edit the same song twice, this then appears twice under 'My Songs', which I find a little unsatisfactory and untidy. Right clicking on the duplicate does not seem to offer the option to delete. If you have OCD (like me), you may want to keep an eye on this.

My Songs are uniquely identified by title. You should never see duplicate titles. Are you seeing this?

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Andy | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Jan 14 2012 11:54 AM

Scott Alexander:

My Songs are uniquely identified by title. You should never see duplicate titles. Are you seeing this?

Dear Scott,

Yes, I am seeing this.

I have noted a couple examples of this. As an example, you will note (in the screenshot below) there are two occurrences of 'Our God' (Chris Tomlin, et al).

Andy

 

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Scott Alexander | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, Jan 14 2012 11:56 AM

Created a case. Thanks.

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