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    Default Is it me or...... (spacing issue)

    is it just hard to make a chart that looks nice in iRealPro?

    I find working with the spacing quit difficult.....?

    sincerely

    mads A

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    Quote Originally Posted by megamads View Post
    is it just hard to make a chart that looks nice in iRealPro?

    I find working with the spacing quit difficult.....?

    sincerely

    mads A

    For help with a chart, POST YOUR CHART so others can open it in their iRp editor and help you.

    The experience you describe is not consistent with the experience of most users.

    When you begin a chart, which template do you start with?

    )BOB

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    Quote Originally Posted by pdxdjazz View Post
    For help with a chart, POST YOUR CHART so others can open it in their iRp editor and help you.

    The experience you describe is not consistent with the experience of most users.

    When you begin a chart, which template do you start with?

    )BOB
    Hi
    I just started with a blank sheet.

    I have attached two SD that shows what I mean.

    :-) ma
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    Quote Originally Posted by megamads View Post
    Hi
    I just started with a blank sheet.

    I have attached two SD that shows what I mean.

    :-) ma
    Always share charts directly from your app in iRp format (share>Share chord chart>Forums) following the instructions in the app. In OSX look under: Help/Tutorials and Help/Help & Support.
    https://technimo.helpshift.com/a/ire...art&l=en&p=mac
    Charts in other formats (pdf,jpg etc) can’t be opened in he iRp editor.

    That said. You will have better results if you use one of the built-in templates like 48 bars or 96 bars.

    Getting up to speed writing iRp charts that work in the player, AND are easy to read, AND look nice, AND squeeze onto a single page can be a challenge.

    Here's how I begin a new chart:
    Pencil icon>new song>48 measures
    Then, on the info screen, add title and composer info, style and default key for the song - Done (you can edit anything later)
    Next, time-sig and rehearsal mark (In, V, or A). Then enter chords, change bar-lines as necessary (repeat brackets, double-bar to end section) ending Voltas etc.
    Use the small font only where necessary if chords overlap.
    S and N (Small/Normal chord-font size)
    https://www.irealb.com/forums/showth...al-chord-font)

    When the chart is done, highlight and cut any unused bars at the bottom of the chart.

    SAVE.

    Try to play your chart in the player, adjust player settings and edit your chart if necessary.

    View charts from the main playlists. Try to make your chart look like them.

    If you need help, post your chart-in-progress, describe the issue and ask for help.

    Good luck
    )BOB

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    Isblomster - Unknown Composer

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    I just shared a chart, "isblomster".

    Doesn't look good, I think?

    ma

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    There is a bar too much and the bar lines isn't in line

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    Your post was successful.
    Try again as described in my post.
    The song is short and it will probably be easier for you to start over than to try to fix your first effort

    Enter chords in the first space of the measure. The player ignores and skips empty measures sonuse bar-repeat signs as needed.

    Isblomster 1 - Unknown Composer

    )BOB

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