Adding custom slide images to sermon editor?

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Tim Taylor | Forum Activity | Posted: Sun, Feb 5 2017 1:11 PM

Does anyone know if Faithlife is going to add the ability to add custom slide images (from a file on your computer) to the Sermon Editor and if so, how soon?

I am basically needing to work on a big series of sermons here and the lack of this one feature will make or break whether or not I use the sermon editor of have to just use keynote manually. Faithlife... Please please please add this feature ASAP. Thank  you!

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Dave Hooton | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Feb 5 2017 10:14 PM

It's not in v7.4 due for release this week, so the rumoured improvement would not be generally available for another 6 weeks. If you watch the Desktop Beta forum, the Release Notes will tell you what is being tested.

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Tim Taylor | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Feb 6 2017 10:26 AM

Dave Hooton:

It's not in v7.4 due for release this week, so the rumoured improvement would not be generally available for another 6 weeks. If you watch the Desktop Beta forum, the Release Notes will tell you what is being tested.

Thank you for the response, brother. Although this news is disappointing, it is helpful for me to know how to plan. I guess I'll have to scrap the idea of using Sermon Editor for now. Thanks again.

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Bill Shewmaker | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Feb 6 2017 1:15 PM

Tim Taylor:

Does anyone know if Faithlife is going to add the ability to add custom slide images (from a file on your computer) to the Sermon Editor and if so, how soon?

I am basically needing to work on a big series of sermons here and the lack of this one feature will make or break whether or not I use the sermon editor of have to just use keynote manually. Faithlife... Please please please add this feature ASAP. Thank  you!

Tim, it may not be the best answer, but if you "send to Powerpoint" as editable slides, then you can change the background to anything that you have on your computer...not sure if it will work with Keynote or not, but it does work with PPT.

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