Clears all memory and opens a new rackspace with all default values.
Opens a saved .gig file.
Provides a popup menu listing the five most recent .gig files.
Saves your work in a .gig file.
Saves your work in a .gig file but allows you to enter a new name first (thus preventing previously saved .gig files from being overwritten).
Saves your work in a .gig file that can be loaded in earlier versions of Gig Performer. Note that some functionality will be lost if the older version of Gig Performer doesn't support a feature used in a newer version.
Note: the format of plugin state has changed in Gig Performer 3.5. If you try to open a gigfile saved with Gig Performer 3.5 in an earlier version of Gig Performer, your plugins will not be initialized correctly unless you saved using the legacy format option.
Allows you to import a single rackspace from a list of previously exported rackspaces. The newly imported rackspace is simply added to your currently created rackspaces—it does not overwrite or delete any of your work. Note that you can also drag and drop one or more rackspaces from a folder directly into Gig Performer, making it fast and easy to create a complete new setlist from existing rackspaces.
Allows you to export a single rackspace for use in another Gig Performer project.
Allows you to export all rackspaces for use in another Gig Performer project.
(Note: The following three menu items appear only when the “” option is checked in the Advanced tab of the Preferences dialog.)
Allows you to create a new instance. (For more information .)
A popup menu allows you to open a previously created and saved instance. (For more information .)
A popup menu allows you to delete a previously created and saved instance. (For more information .)
When the song lyrics/chords editor window is open, this command is active, and allows opening ChordPro files from the specified in the tab of the Options dialog.
–When the song lyrics/chords editor window is open, this command is active, and saves the contents of the Song Lyrics/Chords Editor as a .gpchord file. The default directory for these documents is the specified in the tab of the Options dialog
–This command copies a selected ChordPro file to the ChordPro documents specified in the tab of the Options dialog and then opens it in the Song Lyrics/Chords editor. It is only active when Gig Performer is showing the setlist view.
Choosing the command brings up a standard Open File dialog for you to navigate to and select a script to open. Click for more information on
A popup submenu lists all GP script files that have been worked on recently. Select one to open. Click for more information on
Saves a GP script you have been working on to a new file. Click for more information on
Quit Gig Performer. If you have any unsaved work, a dialog will ask you if you want to save your data first.