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View Pro6 RTFData

(Unofficial) Pro6 RTFData Spec

Notes regarding the RTF format used in ProPresenter6. All slide text data (RTFData) is rich text formatted and base64 encoded. I had to figure this out so I could create tools to generate slides outside of ProPresenter. There are a few additional rtf codes in the Propresenter version of RTF. The following are notes taken from inspecting the Windows version of RTFData. Mac has a different set of RTF codes (that will work on Windows). It is my goal to find the minimal subset that will work on both platforms while minimizing the amount of boilerplate we have to generate.




\rtf1 - standard rtf header code

View Pro6 File

(Unofficial) Pro6 File Specification

This is a reverse-engineered description of the Pro6 file format used in ProPresenter6. This work is in no way affiliated with or authorized by RenewedVision(c) with the exception that we all serve the same Lord, Jesus Christ.

last updated 2019/10/14


The file is an xml file with base64 encoded strings. Slide text is mainly expressed as RTF strings. More details below under section [todo: NSString] The file begins with tag <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>

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Created Mar 24, 2018 — forked from v3n/
GLFW on OS X starting guide

OpenGL Development on OS X

While it's possible to download packages and install them manually, it's such a hassle. Fortunately for us, OS X has an unofficial package manager called Let's install it. Open you Terminal and paste the following code:

ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL"

Great. Homebrew will automatically install packages to /usr/local. Conveniently, that directory is already in your include and link paths.

gooderist /
Last active Feb 20, 2018
How to start a new win32 cocos2d-x / box2d / LevelHelper2-API project

Steps to setup a new win32 cocos2d-x project with LevelHelper2-API and Box2D support

Things you will need

Preliminary Setup

  • Install Visual Studio
View gist:ddd1f7049852931d1f491b7b7f35668a
const unicode = {
basic_latin: /[\u0020-\u007F]/g
console.log('賛美歌い続ける'.search(unicode.basic_latin)) // -1
console.log('Sanbi utaitsuzukeru'.search(unicode.basic_latin)) // 0
console.log('10,000 Reasons'.search(unicode.basic_latin)) // 0
console.log('Bless the Lord oh my soul'.search(unicode.basic_latin)) // 0
gooderist / proc.js
Created Sep 16, 2017
Convert a bunch of ppts to txt files
View proc.js
const fs = require('fs')
const ppt = require('ppt')
const path = require('path')
let inDir = 'raw-ppts'
let outDir = 'out'
if(n.endsWith('.ppt')) {
gooderist / webpack.config.js
Last active Nov 27, 2015
webpack + babel + react hot loader config file
View webpack.config.js
'use strict';
const webpack = require('webpack');
module.exports = {
entry: [
'webpack-dev-server/client?', // WDS host
'webpack/hot/only-dev-server', // not sure what this does
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