The plain text versions of the songsheets in chordpro format are handy if you want to:
- add the song file to a mobile app, eg. Linkesoft Songbook
- edit, print or display the song using a Desktop program, eg. Songsheet Generator
- you don’t know me but you want to nick my song files!? Feel free – we all do it!
- Linkesoft Songbook iOS Guide (and other platforms)
- Songsheet Generator Help
Download from Dropbox:
Ukes4Fun Songsheet files (plain text, chordpro format)
ps. If you are looking for the pdf files with the chords above the line, they are here: Ukes4Fun Songsheets
pps. You might find these tips handy:
Some Songbook and Chordpro Tips
Good news – this means you can use version 1.5 for Mac and Java with the chord definitions supplied by Stewart Greenhill:
Info on Stewart’s blog:
Chordpro chord definitions for Ukulele
I prepare my ukulele arrangements in chordpro format, and create songbooks using Songsheet Generator. Recent versions of the software have a ukulele mode which allow four-string chords to be printed, rather than the usual six. To get this to work, check the “Ukulele mode” box under “Options -> Chords/Grids”. I put together a database of ukulele chords for use with the program. To install, just download the “chordrc” file to the same folder as the Songsheet Generator program.
On the Mac the file is named com.tenbyten.SG02.chordrc and it lives in your ~/Library/Preferences folder, where ~ is your home directory.
Quotes from www.tenbyten.com:
A program for easily printing and displaying song sheets
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Version 1.5 for Mac OS® X + the Java(TM) platform
Version 1.5.2; August 2010 Fixes and minor changes:
- Fixed a problem with in-song chord definitions that appeared in version 1.5.1.
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Note: the contents of this document apply only to the Mac OS X and Java platform versions of Songsheet Generator. For information about the Microsoft Windows® version, please see the Songsheet Generator web site.