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Help us to help you. Submit your questions about how to use this DCS program (e.g. menus, navigation, printing), and we will be able to post your FAQs and our replies here.
Question 001:> Which browsers does the DCS run in?
AGES DCS was designed to run in Chrome on any operating system. Safari seems to work as well.
Regarding Firefox, users have to go to Firefox > Preferences > Content > Fonts & Colors - Advanced and check the box that says "Allow pages to choose their own fonts, instead of my selections above." Otherwise, the icons do not display properly.
Internet Explorer is not supported.
Question 002:> Does DCS work on mobile devices?
The best way to get the fullest experience of the AGES DCS on iPad and iPhone is through the free app available from the App Store here: The DCS web client also works on the Chrome and Safari mobile browsers.
For Android, the AGES Service Book app provides all of the service texts available from the DCS, and is a free download from the Google Play Store: For scores and recordings, you can access them on Android by viewing the DCS on a web browser.
Question 003:> How can I turn off Greek or switch between Greek and English?
The HTML service texts initially open in two columns with Greek on the left and English on the right. You can click/tap the tool bar icon on the top left, and in the dropdown menu select which columns to display. By selection Left or Right Only, the other language will be hidden. You can swap between languages by simply clicking/tapping once on the words of a hymn or reading, and that paragraph will switch to the other language.