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  • Re: Free e-book requires credit card for checkout?

    I've never done a free ebook from Logos, so maybe it has always worked that way. It's just sketchy as anything. I've downloaded free ebooks from other sites that have carts, but the cart is programmed to skip the payment options when nothing is owed- it's not neurosurgery. Taking credit card information unnecessarily is extremely bad form, and makes
    Posted to Logos.com by Rebecca on Fri, Apr 5 2013
  • Free e-book requires credit card for checkout?

    I put this month's free ebook in my cart, and it's the only item in there- but it's requiring me to enter credit card information in order to complete the order. What's going on?
    Posted to Logos.com by Rebecca on Fri, Apr 5 2013
  • Re: What happened to NIV84?

    So they're just going to copy the current NRSV, then?
    Posted to Proclaim: Church Presentation Software by Rebecca on Fri, Oct 12 2012
  • Re: Custom styles

    You're not missing anything. It's just not there. :/ The built-in backgrounds have fonts and layouts and such associated with them and function like themes/templates. But any user-uploaded backgrounds just default to a big, black, un-fancy font, and there's no permanent way to change it. Changing the background resets all the other formatting options
    Posted to Proclaim: Church Presentation Software by Rebecca on Fri, Oct 12 2012
  • Re: cant Imort Songs as txt file!!

    Having uploaded 300 text files created from our PowerPoint collection, one song at a time, it sure would have been nice to a bulk upload option for them. Maybe a quick bit of documentation on how to format the text files for bulk uploading would make the process less obnoxious?
    Posted to Proclaim: Church Presentation Software by Rebecca on Fri, Oct 12 2012
  • Re: What happened to NIV84?

    No argument here. I was responding to the fear that people would begin to confuse their favorite translation with the inspired originals if they weren't hearing different translations all the time. When we need to address that, it's usually by going back to the original languages, rather than pulling out multiple translations. The ESV has already been
    Posted to Proclaim: Church Presentation Software by Rebecca on Mon, Oct 8 2012
  • Re: Feature Un-request: Desktop icon

    Some software does this (Acrobat Reader and iTunes are both on my List of Extreme Displeasure in this category) but nice programmers ask first. I am a Rainmeter addict and don't use the Windows desktop icons at all, so I only find out they're there when I accidentally click on an invisible icon. And since Proclaim eats up every bit of brainpower my
    Posted to Proclaim: Church Presentation Software by Rebecca on Sun, Oct 7 2012
  • Re: What happened to NIV84?

    One reason we try to maintain a consistent translation in public worship and teaching is that it encourages memorization. It's harder to hide God's Word in your heart when you're getting a slightly different variation on the words every time. But we use the ESV for study because it's more transparent to the original languages. :D
    Posted to Proclaim: Church Presentation Software by Rebecca on Sun, Oct 7 2012
  • Re: import power point tab missing on "Add Item" panel

    I have this problem on my netbook, because the screen is too short to display the whole menu. Can you use the keyboard shortcut- I think it's Ctrl+Shift+P?
    Posted to Proclaim: Church Presentation Software by Rebecca on Sun, Oct 7 2012
  • Re: Help with a round

    How long is the round? If it's short enough to fit on one slide, you probably don't need to print the text twice. Rounds are often printed with some kind of marker in the music to indicate where the next voice joins in; if it's not obvious, you could stick in a special character of some kind to indicate the starting place. We do some songs that are
    Posted to Proclaim: Church Presentation Software by Rebecca on Sun, Oct 7 2012
  • Feature Un-request: Desktop icon

    The recent update installed a shortcut to Proclaim on my desktop without asking me. That's just bad manners! I already have my shortcuts exactly where I would like them. Could the next update please ask my permission before cluttering up my desktop? :)
    Posted to Proclaim: Church Presentation Software by Rebecca on Sun, Oct 7 2012
  • Re: Custom Text Disappearing

    Yep, 'fraid so. If you're using the same background over and over, you can duplicate the first one; that way you don't have to do the font and layout every time. For example, when I do a new week's songs, I insert one of the songs I used last week, which has last week's formatting preserved. Then I duplicate it, clear the contents, insert the new song
    Posted to Proclaim: Church Presentation Software by Rebecca on Wed, Sep 19 2012
  • Re: Custom Text Disappearing

    We got in the habit very early of choosing the background image first. The background really is the base of a "theme" and comes linked with all kinds of formatting- if you're using one from Proclaim. If you're uploading your own, it defaults to very default-looking formatting. Either way, changing the background changes everything else, so planning
    Posted to Proclaim: Church Presentation Software by Rebecca on Tue, Sep 18 2012
  • Re: Scripture backgrounds

    You can search by the book the verse is from- just type "Mark" or "Malachi" or whatever into the search field. That narrows it down considerably. I agree though- "My Content" and "Free Content" really needs to be two separate sections. My poor netbook can't handle loading thousands of free images every time I want to change a background.
    Posted to Proclaim: Church Presentation Software by Rebecca on Tue, Sep 18 2012
  • Re: HELP!!

    Are you trying to have the smartphone display the same thing that's on the screen? Like it was a third monitor? I don't think that's available. If your slides have signals, you can send the *signals* to the smartphone.
    Posted to Proclaim: Church Presentation Software by Rebecca on Tue, Sep 18 2012
  • Re: My Content Under Songs

    If you change the order in the slide order line, all the parts in the big lyrics box below remain as they were. And if you uncheck the slide order line, all the parts will go back to the order they are listed in the big lyrics box. When I change the order (for example: 1, c, 2, c, b, 3, c) that order is saved for the next time I use the song- about
    Posted to Proclaim: Church Presentation Software by Rebecca on Tue, Sep 18 2012
  • Re: Font formatting?

    1. Line spacing, like half the useful formatting features in Proclaim, is tucked away under the Customize tab. ;) 2. Nope. Think of that as a "max font size" number. About 80% of the time, Proclaim will shrink a line rather than introduce a line break. The easiest thing to do is just to bow to the whims of the software gnomes and break a long line up
    Posted to Proclaim: Church Presentation Software by Rebecca on Tue, Sep 18 2012
  • Re: Dutch translation

    You can add any song you'd like. You can either type the words directly into Proclaim or upload a .txt file with your words. If you have Dutch songs from another program, you may be able to import them also. There are several Dutch Bible translations integrated with Proclaim. You can also type any text you'd like into Proclaim yourself.
    Posted to Proclaim: Church Presentation Software by Rebecca on Tue, Sep 18 2012
  • Re: HELP!!

    Are you trying to let someone drive the slides from their phone? We have to start the presentation on the computer first, and then the person with the phone can take over. Also, make sure you have the correct location set on the presentation- you can't get to the presentation if your phone isn't in the same location.
    Posted to Proclaim: Church Presentation Software by Rebecca on Tue, Sep 18 2012
  • Re: Pre-Service Loop and Warmup

    For the loop, we have to click on the next slide in the slider order. The arrow key/button will just move you back to the beginning of the loop! We don't use the warmup, but if you can't just arrow over as usual, try clicking on the next slide in the slide order.
    Posted to Proclaim: Church Presentation Software by Rebecca on Tue, Sep 18 2012
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