Monday, 04 January 2021
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Hello, since end of last week the mobile apps (iOS and Android) don't display my song titles anymore.

The function is activated in the mobile apps settings and the song list is complete on the Windows admin program and the song titles are shown on the Windows program. Everything was synchronized via Dropbox.

I deleted the cloud data to resynchronize. Now the song titles are shown for the midweek meeting on the mobile apps (iOS and Android), but the weekend meeting is still missing them.

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This explanation is not entirely correct though. The song title is NOT taken from the ePub, one proof being that it won't display if the songs haven't been imported into TB. Another proof is that the song title is nowhere in a particular meeting's information either in the TB UI or in the database.

But it may be true that some things are not displayed if UI language and programme language are not the same. This is also true in another aspect of the weekend meeting, so I wonder if this is a coincidence. You cannot choose a public talk subject if the public talk list in TB does not match the UI language. (Personally I do not think that is a happy choice, so don't blame me).

Of course it is quite easy to fool TB about the language of anything. 


https://www.theocbase.net/support-forum/post/1097-donations.html

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more than a month ago
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#8067
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Do you vote up your own comments?

This explanation is not entirely correct though. The song title is NOT taken from the ePub, one proof being that it won't display if the songs haven't been imported into TB. Another proof is that the song title is nowhere in a particular meeting's information either in the TB UI or in the database.

But it may be true that some things are not displayed if UI language and programme language are not the same. This is also true in another aspect of the weekend meeting, so I wonder if this is a coincidence. You cannot choose a public talk subject if the public talk list in TB does not match the UI language. (Personally I do not think that is a happy choice, so don't blame me).

Of course it is quite easy to fool TB about the language of anything. 


https://www.theocbase.net/support-forum/post/1097-donations.html

For accessing the database my personal preference is http://sqlitebrowser.org/

For editing templates I like to use http://brackets.io/ 

 


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