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    • #42690
      Patsy Howes
      Participant

      The files for Archer – For the fallen – are not being displayed. We have a group membership which does not expire until December. Please advise.
      Group is St Mark’s Church Choir

      Thanks
      Patsy Howes

      • #42691
        John R. Fletcher
        Keymaster

        Hi Patsy,

        There was a major upgrade to the Group Accounts system a couple of days ago, and little gremlin has crept in. I am awaiting instructions from my developers, but I have adjusted something in your group account, such that I hope that it works now.

        Please let me know if it doesn’t

        JohnF

      • #42692
        Patsy Howes
        Participant

        Thanks John for the speedy rectification of the problem. All is now working.

    • #42434
      John Crosher
      Participant

      Thanks for your intervention, John F. All OK now, and enjoying the files to greatly help with rehearsal.
      Regards,
      John

    • #42406
      John R. Fletcher
      Keymaster

      Hi John,

      My site has been a little sluggish these last few afternoons, and it looks as though your registration was interrupted before it could be completed. I’ve now completed it, so try it now – hopefully it should be OK.

      Cheers,
      JohnF

    • #42405
      John Crosher
      Participant

      I have just registered as a new user, and cannot see the files to download. When I get to the page which is headed as below, no files are displayed, and there is nothing further to click on to proceed. What do I do?

      NOTE 1:
      The files on this page are out-of-copyright: there are no restrictions to use

      NOTE 2:
      To listen to a soundfile: Click on the file (e.g. MP3) next to your voice partname.
      To download a soundfile: Right-Click (Ctrl-Click) on the file (e.g. MP3) next to your voice partname; then choose “Download As…” (or “Save As…”) and pick a location on your hard drive
      If you are not offered a “Download As…” option, Click on the file as if you were going to play it, and at the right-hand end of the transport bar you will find a download icon.

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