Sorry to say I am still unable to link a song in Songbook with a registration on my T5. I have downloaded the dummy midifiles via the link Fred provided and extracted them to a folder titled Songbook as a sub directory of one titled Abba where my registrations are stored. This was suggested by instructions that came with the the link mentioned.
The song file I am using is Dancing Queen from Abba. The code number chosen as the dummy midi is 200.1 and was assigned to the pdf Dancing Queen. I added the code to the beginning of the reg.,selected the midi with the proper code, ticked the song box and memorized the song then saved the registration. The instructions for the link states clicking on the reg. should then have the the pdf displayed which is what my subject title of this post requested. Bob88
That was the easy part, Bob. Now comes the hard part -- getting the keyboard and the iPad to communicate.
The first thing to do is to forget about registrations for now. Get the two devices to communicate, then you can incorporate a registration.
First, ensure the midi commands are being transmitted properly. Load your midi file (200.1) Go to Function>Midi, then Edit, then Transmit. Press play. You should see an orange dot displayed under the channel (normally channel 1) you told Songbook you were transmitting on. And you should see only one dot flashing, indicating there is no activity on any other channel. If you don't see this, you need to go back and configure the midi transmission properly.
Next, go to Songbook, ellipsis (...), Open MIDI / Bluetooth Monitor. Press play. You should see gobbledygook appearing on the screen (they're actually midi commands, but they are indecipherable to us mortals). If you don't, press Restart midi, and try again. Once you see text being displayed, scroll down and look for the program command saying it will load Dancing Queen. If you get to this point, it's your eureka moment -- you can exit the screen, press play and the pdf file should display.
Another trick that works for me is to disconnect the cable from the iPad, and reinsert it. This seems to help more often than it should.
Some helpful information for us would be:
-- how are you connecting to the iPad: a USB cable or a midi-to-USB conversion cable?
-- what iPad do you have?