There are limits on the size of attachments that you can send via email. Each mail service can have different limits and they are usually not that big. This means that large set lists and large files cannot be sent via email. In addition, the iPad doesn’t have a lot of working memory so it may run out of memory when creating the zip files necessary. If you need to share large set lists, it’s best to use Airdrop to send to other users. You can also airdrop to a Macintosh and then share using various methods.
You may need to rescan your set lists if you have added new set lists by using Airdrop. Use the configure button and rescan to have unrealBook rescan all of the set lists.
The scrolling set list view is a window that will show the current set list as a 2 page view. You can set this to automatically open when the iPad is set to landscape with the appropriate settings. To open the Scrolling Set List view, choose it from the Do menu. Scrolling Set List view is available with version 3.8
Once the Scrolling Set list View is open, you can turn pages, access the set list songs or Songs menu. You can also drag the page on the right to the left for multiple page songs.
In Portrait mode, the Scrolling Set list View appears as a vertical scrolling list which can be controlled view a foot switch. There is an auto scroll slider and this is only available in portrait mode. In landscape, only a play button will appear.
Press the X button on the top right to exit the Scrolling Set list View.
The Scrolling Set list View is a focused view and does not have any Hot Spots or Transmogrify buttons as of this version.
You can have the Scrolling Set List view appear automatically in the settings->globals->view menu. Turn on Use Scrolling Set List for 2 page view and turn on Open Scrolling Set List in Landscape.
If a song is linked to the document, a small toolbar will appear in the top center for starting and stopping the music. You can tap the center of the Scrolling Set list View to toggle this toolbar.
Save the entire set list as a single PDF
You can save your set list as a single PDF with the annotations intact. Note that this function is dependent on the amount of RAM that your iPad has. This function may fail with super large set lists.
Load a set list.
Load a set list using the set list popup in the center of the set list toolbar.
Use the + button in the set list toolbar to save the current set list to a single PDF file.
Choose Set List to PDF.
Name the PDF file that will be created from the set list
Note that any bookmarks or indexes that do not have a number of pages defined will be saved as a single page.
In addition to allowing you to search and load songs quickly, unrealBook allows you to create set lists for live performance. Set lists allow you to turn through a pre-determined list of songs as well as jump directly to any song in the set list quickly.
Turn Set List Mode ON
Press the Do button and turn Set List: to ON. If the set list menu is not showing on the bottom of the screen, then Set List Mode is turned off.
Create a new set list using the set list toolbar on the bottom of the screen
Press the + sign on the bottom left set list toolbar to access the set list menu. Choose New Set List.
Add Songs to the Set List
To add a song to the set list, press any of the blue -> buttons to insert a song into the set list. (As of version 4.31 you don’t need to press the arrow buttons. You can press right on the song name.
**Tip, for faster insertion, use the Magnifying glass below the Save button near the top left. (see below)
Reorder songs using the drag icons
To reorder the songs in the set list, move the drag icons up and down.
Delete songs from the set list using the minus buttons
Press the minus buttons to delete songs from the set list.
Randomize the set list by using the Shuffle button.
Pressing the Shuffle button will randomize the order of the songs.
Sort the set list alphabetically using the Sort Button
Use the Sort button to sort the set list.
Create a new blank page by using the + button
Press the + button to name and add a new blank file to the set list.
Add all the songs from a list to the current set list by using the L button
If you have created lists, then you can add the entire contents of a list into the current set lists. Use this to turn a list, into a set list.
Use the Search Icon to quickly add songs to the set list
The search icon allows you to add files from All Files (PDFs and Bookmarks), Lists (subsets of songs), Indexes (entries in a PDF) and Keywords (keyword listing of files). Please try the All Files as you can search, select, then search again very , very quickly. You can create a set list very quickly using this popup! If you press and hold on a song in the All Files menu, a small preview will appear. If you search for .pdf or even a period “.”, you will be able to create a set list containing all files.
Name and save your set list
Name your set list and press the Save button to save your set list.
Recall your saved set lists
Press the middle of the set list toolbar to recall your saved set lists.
Tap left and right on the page to turn back and through pages.
Tap on the left of the page to go back one page. Tap on the right of the page to turn through pages. Tap the center to toggle the toolbars.
Use the previous and next buttons to move through your set list
Press the < button to go back one file, use the > button to move to the next file in the set list.
Jump directly to songs in your set list
Press the popup to the right of the set list toolbar to jump directly to a song in the set list.
If you press and hold on a song, the title will be highlighted with yellow or the text will be highlighted with red depending on the settings. This highlighting is retained across set lists. Press and hold again to turn off the highlighting.
Give your set list colors, notes and override MIDI strings
Swipe to the left of the set list popup item to access options. Any string entered in the MIDI window will override any MIDI assigned to this file. Note will allow you to add a small note which will be displayed below the song title. Color wll allow you to change the color of the titles.
Configure button in the set list popup. Delete, re-order/arrange and rescan set lists.
(NOTE- Configure is only available when Big View for set lists is OFF in settings->global->View.)
The configure button allows you to delete, rescan and order your set lists. (NOTE- Configure is only available when Big View for set lists is OFF in settings->global->View.)
Configuring/arranging your set lists
Using the configure button you can sort, re-order or delete your set lists. Press Name to sort alphabetically, Date to sort by date and Delete to allow deleting of set lists. Drag the handles on the right to re-order your set lists. Press Rescan to rebuild the entire set list menu.
Modify an existing set list
Click the + button on the left of the set list toolbar. Choose Modify Set List. The set list editor will appear allowing you to edit an existing list. To save under a new name, simply rename the set list in the editor.
Adding the current displayed song to the current set list
You can use the + button on the left of the set list toolbar to add the current song displayed to the set list. It will be added to the end of the current set list.
Create a new list in the songs menu from a set list.
Use the + button on the left of the set list toolbar to add the current set list to the songs menu.
Save a set list to a single PDF
This will create a single PDF from all of the songs in the set list. You can use this feature to join multiple PDF files or to send someone else all of the songs in a set list as a single PDF. Simply load the newly created PDF and then use Share PDF in the action menu. Note that this may not work with super large set lists with hundreds of files.
The following commands are found in the Share Set List… selection in the + button
These commands will share the set list in various ways
Email Set List As Text
Choosing Email Set List as Text will create a new email message with the song listings in the message body. Very useful for emailing the titles of the songs in a set list to other people.
Share.. Set List File
Choosing this will allow you to share the set list file to another application, iPad or via email. If the other iPad is AirDrop compatible (iPad Mini or newer), you can send share the file quickly and easily. AirDrop is a super high speed transfer method that will allow you to send the files very quickly to another iPhone or iPad.
Share… Set List and All Files
Choosing this will create a ZIP file that you can share to another application, iPad or via email. This will send the entire set list and all associated files for the entire set list. If the other iPad is AirDrop compatible (iPad Mini or newer), you can send share the file quickly and easily. AirDrop is a super high speed transfer method that will allow you to send the files very quickly to another iPhone or iPad. Note that this may not work with super large set lists with hundreds of files.
Open in… Set List And Flattened…
This will attempt (within limitations – do not try to flatten 300+ files) to create brand new PDF files with the annotations burned in and stored in a zip file. You can then send the zip file to another application or use Airdrop to send it to your computer or other iOS device. If the other iPad is AirDrop compatible (iPad Mini or newer), you can send share the file quickly and easily. AirDrop is a super high speed transfer method that will allow you to send the files very quickly to another iPhone or iPad.
Upload Set List to Dropbox
You can upload the current set list and all files to a dropbox folder.
The top toolbar is what you will be using most of the time.
Tap the center of the screen to hide and show the toolbar.
The buttons are Songs menu, Go menu, Do menu, dB (keywords menu), CD/Music menu, Draw menu, Action menu button and Settings.
The bottom toolbar accesses the set list operations.
The buttons are: + button on the left, previous song, set list popup/chooser, next song and set list songs popup.