With iGigBook Pager loaded onto your iPhone/iPod Touch you can wirelessly signal page turns for songs in your iGigBook set list. You can advance by a single page by pressing a button or by motion detection. Using motion detection you can advance by a single page by waving your hand, moving your foot or any other means of moving the device. The movement required is not as severe as shaking and can be dialed in to meet your specific needs.
iGigBook Pager connects to iGigBook via Bluetooth which means you will need it enabled on both devices. When the two devices have successfully connected, the button text of iGigBook Pager will change from RED to GREEN. If either device goes into sleep mode the connection or session will be disrupted, to re-establish the connection exit from the PDF view in iGigBook and then return to it.
The wireless page advance feature is only available for songs displayed from the Gig Set Viewer.
For best results follow these steps:
Specify the text for the top button.
Specify the text for the bottom button.
When set to "OFF" two buttons appear, the top button goes back to the previous page and the bottom button advances to the next page. When set to
"ON", a single full screen button is displayed which advances pages only.
When set to "ON" enables motion detection so that you can turn pages by moving your device.
Controls how much motion is required to cause a page to advance. The default sensitivity setting of 0.2 is a setting that works well and doesn't require a great deal of energy to cause a page advance.
Avoiding conflicts with other users of iGigBook and iGigBook Pager:
Controlling multiple iOS and Android tablets running iGigBook with iGigBook Pager:
To trigger pages turns on multiple tablets do the following:
The lower left hand corner of the button on iGigBook Pager indicates how many tablets are connected. To view the names of those devices, select the "iPads" button to the lower left of the help screen on your device.