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Re: iGigBook Version 3.02 For iPad/iPad Pro Now Available

Posted: Sat Dec 26, 2015 11:55 am
by Stuberg
All my notes moved with the new version. Can this be fixed or do I need to go back to the previous version?

Re: iGigBook Version 3.02 For iPad/iPad Pro Now Available

Posted: Sat Dec 26, 2015 12:00 pm
by Phil Smith
Stuberg wrote:All my notes moved with the new version. Can this be fixed or do I need to go back to the previous version?
We haven't seen this issue and have a PDF for a musical with annotations where measures are blocked out etc and these are fine with the current version. We would need more details from you, what device were the notes created on, what device are you currently using, screen capture, etc.

Re: iGigBook Version 3.02 For iPad/iPad Pro Now Available

Posted: Sat Dec 26, 2015 3:51 pm
by Phil Smith
Update: There will be a problem if you take note files that were created on an iPad and copy them to an iPad Pro. You didn't see this in version 3.0 primarily because version 3.0 was built with a version of the development environment that causes the iPad Pro to run an app in "Legacy" mode, meaning the app thinks it's running on a smaller device than it actually is, an original iPad. The latest version was built with the development environment that is iPad Pro aware without this emulation.

Update 2: We do have a fix for this, however, currently Apple isn't accepting any updates or reviewing updates until after 12/29/2015.

Re: iGigBook Version 3.02 For iPad/iPad Pro Now Available

Posted: Sun Dec 27, 2015 5:36 pm
by spinality
Are there release notes describing the new features and their use? Sorry if I'm overlooking an obvious documentation source (again) but I don't see any more detail than what's in this thread. Thanks if you can point me at it, if it exists.

Re: iGigBook Version 3.02 For iPad/iPad Pro Now Available

Posted: Sun Dec 27, 2015 6:26 pm
by Phil Smith
spinality wrote:Are there release notes describing the new features and their use? Sorry if I'm overlooking an obvious documentation source (again) but I don't see any more detail than what's in this thread. Thanks if you can point me at it, if it exists.
How To Adjust An Index To Fit Your PDF

Six Easy Steps For iGigBook Index Success

Re: iGigBook Version 3.02 For iPad/iPad Pro Now Available

Posted: Mon Dec 28, 2015 1:22 pm
by pwmahon
Just installed the latest version of iGigBook and it has the grey banner along the bottom cutting off the bottom line of each page of my PDF-can I get rid of this? F

Re: iGigBook Version 3.02 For iPad/iPad Pro Now Available

Posted: Mon Dec 28, 2015 1:51 pm
by Phil Smith
pwmahon wrote:Just installed the latest version of iGigBook and it has the grey banner along the bottom cutting off the bottom line of each page of my PDF-can I get rid of this? F
Solution is here.

Re: iGigBook Version 3.02 For iPad/iPad Pro Now Available

Posted: Mon Dec 28, 2015 6:08 pm
by spinality
Phil Smith wrote:
spinality wrote:Are there release notes describing the new features and their use?
How To Adjust An Index To Fit Your PDF

Six Easy Steps For iGigBook Index Success
Thanks. Both of these capabilities are great additions. I'm glad I asked where to find out about them, because I wouldn't have discovered either feature through normal use.

Re: iGigBook Version 3.02 For iPad/iPad Pro Now Available

Posted: Mon Dec 28, 2015 6:53 pm
by Phil Smith
spinality wrote: Thanks. Both of these capabilities are great additions. I'm glad I asked where to find out about them, because I wouldn't have discovered either feature through normal use.
These features are really for the newbies to get them up and running quickly which is why they are part of How To narratives and the tutorial. You veterans already know how to do this stuff.

Re: iGigBook Version 3.02 For iPad/iPad Pro Now Available

Posted: Tue Dec 29, 2015 1:15 am
by spinality
Phil Smith wrote:These features are really for the newbies to get them up and running quickly which is why they are part of How To narratives and the tutorial. You veterans already know how to do this stuff.
Right, but I still expect that resetting offsets could be much faster this way. And being able to link an index to a file with a different name is very handy -- unless you're just renaming it under the covers to the standard book code. (On second thought that's probably what you're doing. But having human-readable filenames would be helpful when managing my library of sheet music, which I often open using Acrobat on my desktop but I can never remember the book codes for certain ones, like rwlpfbk and tpdxmasjfb.)