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Drawing and Exporting

Posted: Thu Oct 10, 2019 1:32 am
by rastarito
I'm having some issues with my app. Is that I just handwrite some transcription but when I try to export it to my band the PDF comes out blank that really pissed me off. I don't know is the's a way to fix that or maybe it just need a new update. Thats' a good one for the bucket list.

Re: Drawing and Exporting

Posted: Thu Oct 10, 2019 2:39 am
by Phil Smith
rastarito wrote:
Thu Oct 10, 2019 1:32 am
I'm having some issues with my app. Is that I just handwrite some transcription but when I try to export it to my band the PDF comes out blank that really pissed me off. I don't know is the's a way to fix that or maybe it just need a new update. Thats' a good one for the bucket list.
Exporting from the My Scores view never included annotations. If you want to export a chart with annotations that you have added included, add that item to a set and export from the Gig Set view. Also, you can take a screen shot while the chart is in full screen mode and send that to your band. The image can be used by any app a band member may have or if they have iGigBook they can import the image as a PDF or you can do the same and share the resulting PDF with them. Multiple ways to do this, just not the way that you tried.

Re: Drawing and Exporting

Posted: Wed Mar 11, 2020 8:59 pm
by reggoboy
If you want to export a chart with annotations that you have added included, add that item to a set and export from the Gig Set view.
Thanks for this life saver. The thought of having my critical notes trapped in iGig was a show stopper.

I would like to suggest a feature change since having to create a throwaway set to add this to to get my notes is clumsy. Instead, when doing the simple tap and hold on the single document that presents the export pop up could include a check box that says “Include annotations?” If you check the box, the exported pdf includes the annotations.

Would be very useful and highly intuitive. Thanks for the consideration!