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1 ViPer Leaderboard User Guide Information in this manual is subject to change without notice. All names, companies and data used in any examples are fictitious unless otherwise noted. Windows, Window 95, Windows 98, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows ME and Windows XP are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. No part of this manual may be reproduced, copied, scanned or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, for any purpose, without the express written permission of Vision Perfect Software, Inc. Vision Perfect may have patents, or pending patent applications, trademarks, copyrights, or other intellectual property rights covering subject matter in this document. The furnishing of this document does not give you license to these patents, trademarks, copyrights, or other intellectual property except as expressly provided in any written license agreement from Vision Perfect Software, Inc.; or, as expressly provided in acceptance of the license agreement during installation of the Vision Perfect Software, Inc. Golf Tournament Manager Program (ViPer Tournament Manager) Vision Perfect Software, Inc. All rights reserved. Vision Perfect Software, Inc. First Printing, March W S. - P.O. Box 310 VERSION 11.0 Riverton, Utah Program and documentation written by Steve May and Scott L. Osborne. 1

2 Table of Contents INTRODUCTION... 4 PROGRAM CONFIGURATION AND STARTUP... 5 MAIN STARTUP MENU... 5 SLIDE SHOWS... 7 MULTIPLE EVENT SETUP... 8 CAPTURING YOUR COURSE EVENT LIST LINK...10 MAKING EVENT DISPLAYS FULL SCREEN...11 CAPTURING A DIRECT LINK TO AN ACTIVE EVENT DISPLAY...11 DELETING ACTIVE EVENTS...12 EVENT DISPLAY SETUP...12 THE DISPLAY SCREEN AND CONTROLS...13 Design Mode / Run Mode Setting...13 Display Controls...13 THE MAIN MENU...14 Event Menu...14 Settings Menu...15 Help Menu...16 SCREEN CAPTION...17 LAYOUT MANAGEMENT...17 SAVING NEW LAYOUTS...17 DISPLAY SCREEN COMPONENT CONTROLS...19 DESIGN MODE / RUN MODE TOGGLE...19 TEXT 1, 2 & 3 CONTROLS AND THE EVENT NAME CONTROL...20 GRAPHIC 1 & 2 CONTROLS...22 Graphic 1 & 2 Size and Position...24 THE TICKER CONTROL...25 BACKGROUND GRAPHIC CONTROL...28 Background Graphic File Format and Size...29 GRID PROPERTIES CONTROLS...29 Grid Display Setting...30 Grid Transparency Setting...30 Grid Transition...30 Scrolling Transitions Manual Transitions Other Transitions Display Team Player Names...31 Column Selector...32 Grid Position and Size...35 Additional Column Adjustment Options for Leaderboard Displays SUB EVENT DISPLAY SETUP...36 SUB EVENT GRID PROPERTIES...38 MANAGING MULTI EVENT GROUP DISPLAYS...39 MAIN EVENT GROUP DISPLAYS...39 SUB EVENTS IN GROUP DISPLAYS...40 SKINS GAME DISPLAYS

3 MANAGING THE DISPLAY SCREEN SIZE ON A REMOTE SCREEN...43 Alt + M keys Alt + R keys Alt + F keys CONNECTING VIPER LEADERBOARD DESKTOP TO DISPLAY DEVICES

4 Introduction ViPer Leaderboard is available in two platforms. There is a a desktop based add-on application and a Web Enabled version. Both versions connect to the ViPer Tournament Manager database and enable users to display tournament starting tees/times, scores in progress and score results for main events and sub events. The displays can be for any tournament data that has been setup in the ViPer Tournament Management program and will display the information in columnar format with options to include ticker messages, background graphics, two rotating graphics windows, and three descriptor text fields. Users can choose between three display types: Starting Boards, to display player starting time or tee information; Leader Boards to display current team variance from par and holes played information where live scoring is enabled; and, Scoreboards to display any tournament results for gross, net or gross and net results. ViPer Leader Board includes the ability to setup multi event displays looping through multiple events and multiple sub events. And, multiple PCs or devices running ViPer Leaderboard may be also attached to a single ViPer Tournament database to display selected event results on separate monitors or screens. Display design Layouts may be saved for various formats and retained for future use with any events. Any number of layouts may be saved and retrieved for use with a display at any time. The desktop version enables video displays to be sent to any televisions, LCD Projection Systems or plasma/lcd screens available in a facility. The signal may be split with signal splitter equipment and then directed to multiple TVs in a facility. Systems may also be configured for wireless connections between a PC screen controlling the display and a remote television or multiple remote televisions with wireless receivers. The system can also be configured with wireless networks to allow scoring to occur near the tournament activities with the display running on any network connected PC driving the display. All required connection hardware is readily available and inexpensive to purchase. The web browser version allows displays to be published to the web where they can be viewed by any web browsing capable device whether smart phones, tablets, laptops and web browsing TVs or TVs with full web browsing BluRay/DVD player connected from anywhere in the world. The BlueRay/DVD devices and Smart TVs can also include the ability for Picture in Picture to also be showing a live TV window in the same display. For clubhouse operations, this means to any TVs without any wiring requirements. The display devices only need to be able to access the web. The graphic components enables any graphic advertisement, course or company logos, upcoming event promotions, photos or any other type of graphic image(s) to be displayed. All background images placed in a designated folder will be displayed with a user-defined timer setting for how long each is being displayed before changing to the next. The order or appearance of the graphics in the folder may also be set by the user. 4

5 Finally, a slide show may be created to run by itself as an advertising or informational display; or, it can be added to cycle within any other event or multi-event displays in a continuous loop. The slide shows can be any information or photos saved in a graphics format file. Microsoft Power Point or Publisher can be used to create an actual slide show and then using the File Save As command within the applications, the slides can be saved as JPG individual files. These JPG files can then be added to the slide show in ViPer Leaderboard. The slides can be created for any kind of information, whether club house notices, menus, upcoming events, event sponsor recognition or any other conceivable information. The slides can also be photos which might have been taken during the event. When the slide show is added to any other event (or events) in a Multi Event Display, the starting time, leaderboard or scores display will run for the event (or events) selected, then the slide show will run and then the display will start over again and continue to cycle until closed. Program Configuration and Startup For local machine installations, ViPer Leaderboard is installed on a single machine which runs as a stand-alone application and which is connected to a ViPer Tournament Manager Database (whether MS Access or MS SQL). The ViPer database may be located on the same machine or at any accessible network shared location. The remote database may be from another machine running ViPer Tournament Manager (pier to pier) or may be located on a file server and accessed through a network. For the Cloud based version, a Remote Desktop Connection is made to the Cloud Server where ViPer Tournament Manager and ViPer Leaderboard are running. The connection is made with logon credentials (username and password) provided by Vision Perfect. To start the program for either version, either click on the desktop icon or select the application from the All Programs list. Main Startup Menu When ViPer Leaderboard starts, it will go through a check utility and will display the below screen while performing the tests: 5

6 The application will then open a Board Type Selection screen where you will need to choose a display board type to proceed. If a Leader Board, Score Board or Starting Board display type is selected, the OK button will open a list of recent and current tournaments from ViPer Tournament Manager. There is a drop down list arrow to select any main Event that has been setup in ViPer Tournament Manager and if any Sub Events exist for that event, there will be a Sub Event List available to select any of the sub events to display. Each Event will also provide an option to select from any round (if a multiple round event) for the event or the total of all rounds. The Event Selector will default to Recent Events which are events that occurred within the past two weeks or one week in the future. All Events may be displayed by pressing the Show All Events button. Clicking the button again will toggle between All and Recent events. 6

7 Slide Shows If a Slide Show is selected, a screen will open to enable slides to be selected from any available location. When selected, the screen will open to the currently setup slide show (or to the default slide on first time setup). Right clicking on the screen will open an option to go to the Slide Show Setup or to Exit the slide show. Selecting the Slide Show Setup will open a screen to enable slides for the show to be selected. Slides may be selected one at a time by using the Browse buttons to locate and select a slide. The Upload Files will then load the selected slides into the display viewer. You can also select All files from a particular folder, provided that all of the files in the folder are slide files and all files are to be included in the display. Either method will load all of the selected slides into the large slide display window. The slides will display in the order they appear in the window top to bottom. You can change the order the slides will appear in the display by clicking on a slide to highlight it and then use the Up 7

8 and Down arrows on the right side of the window to move the selected slide up or down. NOTE: If you are using all files in a folder, you can preset the order by using file names to predetermine the sort order such as A-Picture X, B-Picture Y, C-Picture D, etc. as the slides will sort alphabetically by default. This can speed the process for starting a display. Once the slides are selected, you must either click the All Images checkbox to highlight all slides, or click on individual slides in the list to highlight the ones you want in the show. Set the timer for how long (in seconds) each slide will display before moving to the next slide. Then with the slides you want in the display, press Save to save the slide show. The slide show will then start displaying the slides. The slide show will run by itself with no other Display Boards selected. To include the Slide Show with any other Display Board or with Multiple Event Displays, select the Multi Event Setup button. Multiple Event Setup ViPer Leaderboard provides the capability to display multiple events in at the same time including any sub events that may have been created. Prior to using the Multiple Event Setup option, you should have opened any events to create Layouts for how the displays appear. Layouts also need to be created for Sub Event Displays prior to including them in any Multi Event Display group. To setup a multi event display group, from the Event Selection Screen, instead of selecting a single event, click the Multi Event Setup button to open the Event Group Management Screen. From this screen, multiple events, including sub events and skins games, may be selected and saved as a group. The events listed in the Event List will be determined by the selection on the Main Event Selector Screen for Show All Events or just Show Recent Events. When an Event Group has been saved and selected, the display will run through the field for the first selected event, then start the next and run through the field, etc. until all events in the group have run through all players/teams and then it will start over again. If a Slide Show is included, after cycling through all selected events, the slide show will cycle through all slides and then the display will start over again. This will continue as long as the Group display is running. When using ViPer Leaderboard in the Cloud, after setting up a display, whether a single event or a Multi-Event Display, once the display is running as you want it to appear, you right click on the screen and close ViPer Leaderboard. When the display closes, a prompt will appear asking if you want to Make This Event Active?. 8

9 Selecting OK will publish the display to the ViPer Web Service where it can then be viewed by anyone in the world, on any web browsing device at any time until the event is Deleted from the service. Once an event is made Active, you can get to your event list by going to where you will find a Course List of ViPer Cloud Users. Selecting your course will open a list of Events that have been made Active. 9

10 The list will display all Current events that have been made Active. Pressing the Previous button will show all previously made Active events. The events will be sorted by Modified Date in both the Previous and Current lists. The Modified Date is the date the event was made Active on the ViPer Web Service, not the date of the event. Capturing your Course Event List Link Once you have the Event List open for your course, you can click on the Browser Address at the top of the screen to highlight the address. With the address highlighted, right click and you can select Copy to copy the address which you can paste into a Word Document or into an window. 10

11 This Link can then be added to your course webpage to provide members and guests access to your video scoreboards from your website. You can name the link or select whatever location on your website is appropriate for the link to your Event Startboard, Leaderboard or Scoreboard Displays. Making Event Displays Full Screen Once a display is running in the web browser, there will be a number of options to expand the display to full screen. For Smart TVs and BluRay/DVD players, consult your operating manual as the is likely a key on the remote for this purpose. Smartphones and Tablets will likely start the display at full screen without any other requirements. If you are running the display from a laptop or computer connected to the web, pressing the F11 key will take the event to full screen. Capturing a direct link to an Active Event Display Once the event is running on your device, you can click on the address bar at the top of the display to highlight the full direct link to the display. Right clicking (depending on the device) will highlight the link so you can Copy the link. The Link can then be pasted to a Word Document or message to send the direct link to the event to anyone. For example, you may have a group list of participants in the event and you can them all a direct link to the event scoreboard. This link can then be used anywhere in the world to display the scoreboard or whatever the display type is. 11

12 Deleting Active Events. The Delete button on your Active Event List will remove the event from your event display list. Deleting events will then help to manage the list of Active events you have available on your website at any given time. Event Display Setup If the selected Display Type is either Leaderboard or Startboard, the Proceed button will open another screen to enable the sort order for the display to be set. The scores may be sorted by gross or net scores depending on the event format. Once the display has started, the order can still be changed from the menu options available. If a Starting Board Display is selected, there is no option to sort by scores as they will not be displayed. The screen size selector is included in the event selection screen. Pressing the Proceed button from either screen will start the display. 12

13 The Display Screen and Controls When the Proceed button is clicked, the display will open with the last saved Layout for that Screen Display Type (Startboard, Scoreboard or Leaderboard). With a new installation, the screen will open to a default display with the default graphics installed with the application. All of the graphics can be changed for backgrounds and graphic windows to any user preferences and saved as layouts to be used for future events. Rightmouse clicking anywhere on the screen will open a menu list of all controls for the display. The menu is divided into several sections. Design Mode / Run Mode Setting. The first menu item will toggle the display screen between Design Mode and Run Mode. In the Run mode, the program is checking for new scores each time the display re-cycles or starts over. When there are no scores entered yet for an event, this recycling is occurring very rapidly making it difficult to make settings and adjustments. Switching to the Design mode will turn off the recycling so the grid won t be jumping when trying to make changes. When the layout is setup as desired and Saved, the toggle can be changed back to Run mode so any new scores entered (or received) for the event will get picked up for the display. Display Controls. The next section is for all display controls on the screen. There are three text fields, two graphics windows, a scrolling ticker, the event name, the grid with names, scores, tees/times, etc. which can be positioned anywhere on the screen and the background graphics which fills the screen. The text controls can be used to text with any font, font color and font size anywhere on the screen. The text controls and event name controls can be set with solid or transparent backgrounds. There are two Graphic windows, each of which can display multiple rotating graphics for display of any graphic images such as logos, photos, slides, rotating messages or any other graphics within the window. Each of these windows enable graphics to be added one file at a time from any location or a single folder may be selected to display all graphic files within the folder. Once the files are selected, a utility will enable the order of appearance to be set for each and a timer will determine how long a graphic appears before the next one comes up. 13

14 There is a scrolling ticker control for text messages or it can be configured to include individual scores (either variance from par or completed round scores). The background for the display is managed by a Background Graphic control to select any graphics files which may be photos or slides such as Microsoft Power Point slides that have been customized for the display background. An Event Name control is just like the text fields except that it uses the Event Name as the text to be displayed. This will allow the event name to be added to the display with all font, color and size options as well as the option for a solid or transparent background. There is a Grid control for the display of player names, scores (either variance from par or completed round scores), starting time/hole information and numerous other fields that can be selected for display in column format. Each column can be adjusted separately for fonts, size, color and background settings. The Control Menu also provides options for the the Main Leaderboard Menu Bar, the option to Show or Hide the Screen Caption, and the option to show the Scroll Bars in the display. Additionally, there are menu items for layout management which are the saved designs of the display area. The menu items enable designed layouts to be saved and retrieved for later use in any event. When a Menu Item is selected from the list, a properties control window will open to enable all properties for the selected control to be edited. When any component has been added to the display, it can be sized and positioned anywhere on the screen by clicking and dragging and by using the grab handles to set the size and shape. The Main Menu When Show Menu is selected from the Control List, the main Leaderboard Menu will appear at the top of the screen. Event Menu The Event Menu provides the option to select a different tournament or open a Multi-Event Group display. There is also an option to Exit the program from this menu. 14

15 Settings Menu The Settings menu will open options to select a different round for the display in a multi round event. The menu will also provide the appropriate sort options depending on the board type. For a Scoreboard display, the sort options are By Team, By Gross or By Net. Leaderboard displays provide sort options for Gross Variance (from par) and Net Variance (from par). Starting Board Displays provide options to sort the grid By Tee (Starting Tee), By Time (Starting Times) or By Name (Alphabetically by Name). The format of the names in the Player Grid in ViPer Tournament Manager will determine whether names are sorted by first or last names. In other words, if the names in the Player Grid are formatted as First Name Last Name, then the names will be alphabetically by first name. If the names are in the Player Grid as Last Name, First Name then the display will be alphabetically by last name. 15

16 Help Menu The Help Menu provides options to open the User Guide manual and an About Us screen for information about Vision Perfect Software with the current version of ViPer Leaderboard and other components used for the application. The Database menu item provides options to Update the Database with any fields and tables required for the latest version. This utility will run automatically on startup after a new version update. There is also an option to Change the Database Path to enable connection to a database at a remote location. With this utility, the ViPer Leaderboard can be installed on a stand-alone machine for leader board displays and then be connected to a ViPer Tournament Manager at a different location or on a different machine. The Go to VisionPerfect.com menu item provides direct links to different pages and utilities from the Vision Perfect website. 16

17 Screen Caption The Show/Hide Screen Caption menu item provides a way to show the program caption at the top of the screen with the selected event. When the caption is showing, the menu item will change to Hide Screen Caption. Layout Management Layouts are the design settings for any screen display. Layouts are saved by display type. In other words, layouts for a Scoreboard Display are saved separately from layouts for a Starting Board Display. Layouts are saved by events. So, if you create an event display and save the layout, the next time that event is selected in ViPer Leaderboard, it will open with the saved layout design. Saving New Layouts When you are working to create a particular layout style, the layout name should be saved to create a layout to save your changes to. The program delivers with several Default Layouts but you cannot make changes to these layouts. There is a default layout for each board type. When any new event is opened, it will open with the default layout design. The default layout designs cannot be changed so you cannot Save any changes made to the screen design to these default layouts. For that reason, when you are working to create a new 17

18 layout, you should first create a layout name by clicking the Save Layout option. When the Save Layout menu item is clicked, a screen will open to show the name of the current layout in use and to provide options to Save the layout to the same name (overwrite the existing settings) or Save as New to create a new layout name. Since the default layouts cannot be saved over, you will need to enter a new name to save any layout changes from the default settings. When Save as New is selected, a screen will open with the current layout type selected and a window to enter the layout name. Once Layouts have been saved, they can be retrieved for any future events. So, for example, you may have saved layouts for Team Gross Net Scramble or Individual Gross events. The idea with the layouts is to save layouts for certain formats that can be used over and over again with any future events with the same format. You can also save specific formats for specific events such as Annual ABC Event Layout. Selecting the Select Layout menu item will open a screen with a list of all saved layouts. 18

19 Choosing a saved layout from the list and pressing Select will return to the display screen with all settings for that layout. Any changes can then be made and used and those changes can be saved to a new name if preferred. The Delete button enables any layout names (and layout settings with that name) to be deleted from the list. The Cancel button will return to the display screen with whatever layout is currently in use. Display Screen Component Controls The Grid Components consist of a Background Graphic, two independent graphic windows Graphic 1 and Graphic 2, the main display Grid a Ticker, the Event Name and two user text fields User Text 1 and User Text 2. Each component is independent of the others and each may be selected separately or in combination with any of the others. For example, the Background Graphic could be selected as the only display component with the display just flipping through a number of graphic files selected in the Background Graphic Properties controller. Similarly, the Ticker may be selected as the only component in the display with it displaying player scores across the bottom of the screen and the top portion of the screen used to display regular TV programming. There are many different ways to use the application for event displays. Design Mode / Run Mode Toggle The Design Mode/Run Mode control menu item will initially appear as Design Mode because the grid is defaulted to be running and refreshing the grid with any new scores. Typically the display is started before any scores are posted. Then as scores begin to be posted, players/teams will start appearing in the display in the selected sort order. Each time the grid cycles through all players/teams, before it starts a new display, it checks for all posted scores, resorts the field and starts the display again. This process is happening within a few seconds when the display first starts so making changes to any display layouts can be difficult. Clicking the Design Mode menu item will turn off the check for new scores utility and stop the grid display whether scrolling or transitioning from one group to another. The Design Mode menu item changes to Run Mode. When all changes have been made and the new layout saved for use, clicking the Run Mode menu item will turn the grid cycling back on to check for new scores each time it cycles through the field of scored players/teams and changes the menu item back to Design Mode. 19

20 Text 1, 2 & 3 Controls and the Event Name Control The User Text 1, 2 and 3 controls and the User Name control provide a way to include the Event Name or any other user text on the Display Screen. Each of these controls are managed by selecting them from the Control List to open the properties windows. Selecting the desired control will open the control properties screen for that selection. You can Show or Hide the windows to make them visible or to hide them from the display. There are also control settings for whether the background should be transparent or solid, the font selection, the font color, the background color (if applicable), the font selection, the font size, bold and/or italic and for the user text controls and a field to type in the user text to be displayed. All of the control windows function the same except that the user text for the Event Name control will already be filled into the User Text box. The Save button will then save the setting and apply the settings to the display screen. 20

21 Once the Text or Event Name appear on the display, you can click on the control (text) and drag the text anywhere you want to place it on the display screen. 21

22 The Grab Handles will also allow the window to be sized and the name will automatically roll into additional rows as necessary. Graphic 1 & 2 Controls The Graphic 1 & 2 Controls, when selected from the Control List menu, provides a properties window to manage each graphic component. The properties window is similar to the Background Graphic Properties window with an additional file selection option to select All files in a Folder. Graphic 1 and 2 controls also include an option to set the order of appearance of the selected images. The order is set by highlighting an uploaded file from the list and then clicking the up or down arrows to move the highlighted file up or down in the list. Once the order is set for the list, the Save button will set that order for how the graphics appear in the graphic panel. 22

23 The Click to select all files in folder selector provides an option to select all files in a folder rather than selecting them individually. When clicked, a file search utility will open to enable a file folder to be selected. When a folder is selected, all files in that folder will be inserted into the Uploaded files window. Once in the Uploaded files window, as with individually selected files, the order a file will appear in the display may be changed by selecting a file and moving it up or down. This utility provides a fast way to load a large number of files. For example, pictures may be taken of the group outing on a digital camera and the files downloaded to the to an empty file folder. The folder can then just be selected with this utility and all photos will be ready to show in the display with only a few clicks. 23

24 Graphic 1 & 2 Size and Position The Graphic 1 & 2 Components can be positioned at any location on the screen and can be sized to any size with a few limitations. The graphic panels can be positioned anywhere in the display including over the grid or over any other control window. Clicking on any component on the screen will provide grab handles around the component. The grab handles may be used to drag the graphic to any size or shape by positioning the mouse directly over a grab handle where a double arrow will appear. When the mouse is positioned at the edge of the component (with grab handles appearing) crossed Move arrows will appear to allow the graphic to be dragged to any location on the screen by clicking and dragging when the move arrows appear. 24

25 The Ticker Control The Ticker Controls, when selecting it from the Controls List, will open a properties window to manage the ticket component. The ticker has a number of display options, depending on the board type. All board types offer the option to turn the ticker on or off and to set the background to transparent or solid colored. The font selection, font size, font color and background color selections are also the same for all board types. The speed at which the ticker scrolls across the screen can also be set with the speed control arrows by moving the speed setting up for faster and down for slower. The ticker settings that are specific to a board type are described below: 1. Start Board Tickers. When a Start Board display is selected, the ticker is limited to text message displays only. The text message is typed into the field and it will then display on the screen using all of the other ticker property settings. 25

26 2. Score Board Tickers. When a Scoreboard display is selected, the ticker may be used to display a text message, as illustrated above, or may be configured to display player scores. The score display options and how the ticker with scores is used, depends on the type of event that the scores are being displayed for. The ticker score Display options include the ability to show either Team or Individual scores and either Gross or Net scores. So, it an event was setup as an individual gross only stroke play event and the scores were to be displayed in the ticker, only Individual and Gross settings would be appropriate. On the other hand, if the event was a 4 person team event and the team scores were being displayed in the grid, the ticker could be used to show the individual scores, either gross or net whichever was appropriate. The ticker can also be used by itself. A scoreboard display layout can be created that only includes the ticker with whatever score selections are desired. The rest of the screen could then be used for other purposes whether is was a slide-show of event pictures or a regular programming TV selection, if TV display capability exists. 26

27 3. Leaderboard Tickers. When a Leaderboard display is selected, the ticker may be used to display a text message, as illustrated above, or may be configured to display player variances from par. Leaderboard displays are meant to show player positions in an event while it is going on. Typically, when this display is selected, there is some method of collecting live scores for the event. The variance from par will then show the players position in the tournament regardless of how may holes each player or team has played. The Grid will display the team positions (variances from par based on the score format) regardless of the team size. The team size may be two person teams, for example. The ticker can display either team or individual variances from par and either gross or net variances. The ticker for leader board displays has one additional capability. When a player has completed the round, the players score will change from variance from par to a completed score followed by an F to indicate that the player has completed the round. 27

28 Background Graphic Control The Background Graphic Control, when selected from the Control List Menu, provides a properties window to manage the component. The properties window includes multiple file selectors to enable rapid selection of graphic files for use as background graphics. The Display buttons provide the control to Show or Hide the background graphic component. There are multiple file selector windows to enable users to quickly load multiple graphics for use. If more than 10 graphics are to be used, the first 10 are Uploaded and then additional files may be selected to continue to add to the uploaded list. Once the files are in the list, they may all be selected for the display by clicking the All Images checkbox, or images may be selected from the list by using the Windows highlight utilities. Clicking on any file in the list will highlight it. By holding down the Crtl key and clicking on additional files, multiple files can be selected from the list. Also if a file is highlighted and the Shift key held down while clicking on the last file to be selected, all files in a range will be highlighted. When this method is used, any files that are not highlighted when the Save button is clicked, will be removed from the list. The Time between Graphic Updates setting will set how long a graphic stays on the screen before changing to the next one in the list in seconds. 28

29 Background Graphic File Format and Size The Background Graphic Component will support either JPG (JPEG File Interchange Format) or GIF (Graphics Interchange Format) file types. To completely fill the background area of your display screen, the files should be saved in the size that fits the screen display area. For example, if you screen display area is 1024 pixels by 768 pixels, then the background graphic file should be saved in this size. Most graphic file management programs will enable the graphic files to be saved at any preferred size and different camera settings will enable the pictures to be taken at certain graphic sizes. Grid Properties Controls When the Grid Properties Control is selected, a screen will open with columns available for selection based on the display type. In other words, different columns are available to be added to the grid display in a Scoreboard display than are available for a Starting Board display. Regardless of the board display type, the controls work the same for all board types. Across the top of the form, there are controls to manage how the grid is displayed on the screen. 29

30 Grid Display Setting The Show or Hide selectors determine whether the grid is visible in the display screen. When Hide is selected, there will be no grid in the display. Grid Transparency Setting The Grid has a transparency setting for the area of the display used by the grid. The background of the overall grid can be set to varying levels of transparency to make the grid easier to use when viewed over different photographs used for the Background Graphics. If the background photos are very light, the text and numbers in the grid can sometimes be difficult to read. The transparency setting will enable a darker background for the grid area by lowering the transparency of the grid. The higher the setting, the more invisible the grid background becomes. This takes some trial and error but a transparency setting of 70% will make all of the grid fields easy to read even with bright photo background. Grid Transition There are three options for the grid transitions (the way names/teams change on the display). Scrolling Transitions The Scrolling transition will scroll the records from the bottom of the screen to the top and will continue scrolling through the entire field and will then start over again. When Scrolling Transition is used, a Scrolling Speed adjuster will change the speed of the scroll to faster or slower scrolling speeds. Manual Transitions The Manual transition setting enables the user to manually move the players/teams up and down the screen. The Page Up and Page Down keys will move the groups of players/teams up and down one group at a time. The Up Arrow and Down Arrow keys will move the records up and down one record at a time. This option will allow the screen to be setup and then manually be moved to announce place winners, for example. Other Transitions The Other Transitions setting enables the players/teams to be shown a group at a time. There are eleven different transition styles that can be selected. For example, if Fade is selected, one groups names will fade out from the screen and the next group will fade in. One or more transitions may be selected for a display. If more than one transition style is selected, the transition style will change each time the field of teams/players starts over again. 30

31 Other transitions have several other control option settings. The Number of Records to Display determines the Group size. So if 7 is set, then seven rows of records (players/teams) will be appearing each time the grid transitions from one group to the next. The Show Each Group Time setting determines the length of time each group stays visible on the screen before transitioning to the next group. And the Speed of Transition is the length of time each transition effect from one group to the next takes. So if the transition effect was using Slide, it would take this length of time to slide one group out and slide the next group in. Display Team Player Names When the team size is greater than one person teams, there is an option to set the team player names vertically (which would be one on top of the other) or horizontally where the names are shown side by side with a semi colon between the names. The option to display names vertically enables a much larger font to 31

32 be selected for the names and larger fonts to be selected for the scores, etc. Column Selector The list of columns that can be selected is the largest part of this form. The columns in the list vary somewhat depending on the current board type selected. Some columns that are applicable to a scoreboard display will not be applicable in a starting board display and so will not show when that display type is selected. Columns to be displayed are selected by checking the check box at the left side of each column listed. When a column is selected to adjust, the column name will appear above the adjustment controls on the form. 32

33 When a column is selected for adjustments, there are two parts of the column that can be adjusted. Each column has a Header (the name that appears above the column) and the Column itself (or the data that appears in the column). Each is adjusted separately. In the above graphic, the Header is selected for adjustment. So any changes for whether the background of the header for this column is Transparent or Solid colored and the settings for the font, font size and font color are being applied to the header only. If Solid background is set, then the background color in addition to the font color is selected. The text in the header may also be left, right or center justified. When Column is selected for adjustment, additional fields will appear. Similar to the Header, the column can be transparent or solid and the font, font size and font colors can be set. The column also has a size setting relative to the size of the entire grid. In this example, the Player Names will occupy 70% of the grid space. Since the grid can be sized to any size, the adjustment for each column width is made in percent adjustments which should total 100%. So here we have 70% for the names and 15% for the Gross Score and 15% for the Gross Place column amounting to 100% of the grid space. The Column adjusters provide additional options to set every other row in an alternating color. When this is selected, the background for the column is automatically set to solid 33

34 and you have the option to set each of the alternating colors. This provides an easy way to read the rows particularly if there are a lot of columns selected for the display. The below display illustrates an alternating row selection for the names. Additionally, each cell of the columns displayed can have a border. The border settings also help to make the rows easier to read. In the above example a blue border has been set around the top, bottom, right and left sides of each column selected for the display. Each column can also have the text for the header changed and the position of the column in the grid changed. When you click Edit for any selected column, the Header Text can be changed by just typing in the new text to appear above the selected column. You can also change the column position by just typing a new number. The only numbers that are meaningful when setting column positions are the numbers for the selected columns in the display. So in this example, with Players position 2, Gross Score position 6 and Net Place position 7, the order of the columns will be Names, Gross Score and Place. To change Place to be the first column, you would just have to enter a number less than the Players position number. So 34

35 changing Place to position 1 would put it in the first column without having to adjust any other values. In other words, they do not need to be 1, 2 and 3 to be correctly positioned. When all changes have been made, pressing the Update button (or text) will save the changes made. Grid Position and Size The Grid can be positioned anywhere on the display screen and sized to any preferred size. When you click on the grid, grab handles will appear around the grid. Similar to sizing the Graphics Windows, the grab handles can be used to drag the grid to a different size or shape. Placing the mouse in the Header area will enable the Move arrows where you can then click and drag the entire grid to any location on the display. Additional Column Adjustment Options for Leaderboard Displays Leaderboard displays have an additional control setting for the Variance from Par column for both Gross variance from par and Net variance from par. When this column is selected for adjustments and the Column settings are selected (as opposed to Header ), an additional control will appear to allow font colors to be set differently for Under, Even and Over par. With this control, for example, the players under par can have their par variances shown in Red, the Even par players in White and the over par players in Blue (or whatever colors may be preferred). The column has multiple settings that are common regardless of whether over, under or even. The font selection, font size, background colors and borders will be the same for all. Please Note that in order to set the colors differently for each variance option, the Override Common Settings checkbox must be checked. If the box is NOT checked, then the font color settings that are made are common to all variances. So, checking the box then enables each variance type Under, Even and Over to be set separately. 35

36 36 The resulting display will then show the variance from par, whether under par, at even par or over par in the selected colors in the grid.

37 Sub Event Display Setup When Sub Events for Score Displays have been created for any Main Event, a Sub Event List selector will appear when the Main Event is selected from the main event list. Selecting a Sub Event will then start a display for the sub event scores. Similar to a main event display, the sub event display will open with the Default Sub Event Layout and you can go through the same process to create new Layouts for all of your sub events. Just like Main Event Layouts, once a Sub Event Layout is created, it is then available for any future sub event displays. The only difference between setting up sub event displays and main event displays is that there are fewer columns to select from in the Grid Properties when creating and managing the layouts. Once a Sub Event Display is running, you can right click on the screen and you will see all of the same controls to manage the display and similar to a main event display, you can select Design Mode to stop the scrolling to work with the layout. 37

38 Sub Event Grid Properties All of the controls are the same with the exception of the Grid Properties. The Grid Properties screen has fewer columns to work with as there are fewer columns to work with in a sub event. 38

39 Managing Multi Event Group Displays Main Event Group Displays To setup a Group Display, select either Show All Events or Show Recent Events to determine which events will appear on the Group Display Event List. The Event List can be sorted by clicking on any column header. Clicking the column header again changes the sort order from ascending to descending. Check the checkbox for each event to be included in the Multi-Event Display. For each event selected you MUST SET THE SORT ORDER (BY GROSS SCORES/POINTS OR NET SCORES/POINTS) AND CHOOSE THE LAYUOUT FOR THE DISPLAY. Use the Sort column and Layout Name column to make these 39

40 selections. Clicking on the down arrow in each column of each event row will open a drop down list to make the selections. Enter a name for the Group Display in the Group Name field. If you want the Slide Show display to be included in the Group Display loop, check the box for Include Slide Show with Group. The display will always start in a Resizable Screen to enable dragging the display to another display screen. Once the display starts, you can toggle between Full Screen or a Resizable Screen with the Alt plus M (maximize) or R (return) keys (which is described below). The display must be in a resizable screen in order to drag it to a second display device when dual video drivers are being used such as a remote plasma or projector. Once the display is dragged to the second video display, the first screen (computer) monitor can be used to enter the scores or for any other purpose while the display is running. Once all settings are made and all events selected for the group display have been made, you can Save the display to the Event Group list. To start the Multiple Event Display, click the Select button next to the group name. Sub Events in Group Displays If a Main Event is selected in the Group Display which has Sub Events setup within the main event, the screen will change to show a Sub Event Group List. 40

41 With a Main Event selected that has sub events, the sub events to be included in the Event Display Group can be checked for inclusion. When the sub event is for a scores display, it will include a sort selector and a layout selector. Similar to a Main Event Group display, the sort order and layout should be selected for each sub event to be included before saving the Event Group display. Sub Event and Skins Game Displays require that the sub event scores reports be opened one time in order to calculate the results based on the sub event format before they can appear in a display. This is also the case for any skins as the skins calculations are made when the reports are called. If the displays are started before final scores are entered, the sub event reports and skins reports can just be selected in ViPer once the scores are final and the sub event displays will re-generate with the final results. All Main Events and Sub Events to be included in the display loop are selected, a Group Name is given to the group and the Save button is pressed to save all the displays to run with their set sort order and selected layouts. Once the event is saved, clicking the Select text will start the display loop. You can edit any group display by clicking the Edit text and the group will open as it was setup. You can make any changes and Save again to save the changes. The Delete option is provided to enable any group display to be deleted from the list. 41

42 When a Group is saved that includes sub events, a prompt will appear to remind you that the sub event scores reports need to be opened once and any Skins Games included need to have the skins report opened to calculate the skins winners. On pressing OK the group display loop will be saved and added to the list. Clicking the Select button will then start the display loop. Skins Game Displays When the sub event list includes any Skins games that were setup, the Skins Games will appear in the Sub Event Group list but the Sort option and Layout Selection option will not be available. Skins Game displays are fixed for their design and there is nothing to sort as the skins won will just appear by hole order. Once the displays are running, if there are any score changes that effect skins won, you just need to open the Skins Report again to update the calculations and the new results will update to the video display. 42

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