1. Laurence says:

    Hi there,
    I can’t figure out how to import a jpg file to one of my journal enteries. Please help.

    1. steph says:

      Hello Laurence!

      Getting an image to appear in an entry is a two step process. I’m not sure which step you’re having a problem on so I’ll review them both.

      1) Get the image into the Documents folder in the App:

      • In iTunes, select your device, and go to the Apps tab. At the bottom of the screen (you may have to scroll down) you will see a File Sharing section.
      • On the left-hand side, click the Wicca Plus icon. On the right hand side you will see it list the Wicca Plus Documents
      • Drag your JPG file into this area. It will then be copied into the app’s Documents folder on your device.

      2) Telling the app where to display your JPG within your entry:

      • When you are editing the entry, you will want to use a bit of html code to tell the app that you want to insert your image.
      • First thing to note is that iOS devices are Case Sensitive, so Picture.JPG and picture.jpg are two totally different things, as far as your device is concerned.
      • Second thing to note is you need to have the exact full name of the file, including the suffix.
      • When you have the exact name of the file, here is the bit of HTML to use to insert it into your entry:
        <img src=”MyExactFileName.jpg”>
      • While you are editing the entry you will see it as the html code, but when you are finished editing and just view the entry, you should see the image.

      If you see an empty box where the image should be, but no picture, that means you got the HTML part right but the image name is wrong. If you don’t see the image and you don’t get an empty box, but instead see a bit of gibberish or text that looks like HTML (or if the entire entry looks ‘wrong’), then it means you got the HTML bit wrong.

      If you follow these instructions and you still don’t get it to work, please don’t hesitate to get back to me and I’ll do what I can to help!

  2. Ronald says:

    Hi there,
    Will there be support for the Southern Hemisphere in the near future? Thanks

    1. Stephanie says:

      Hello Ronald,

      That’s a great question! I confess I don’t have any experience with practicing the craft in the Southern Hemisphere. Some of the differences are obvious of course, the equinoxes and solstices are swapped around. Are the greater sabbats also moved too – eg. would Samhain and Beltane trade places?

      I would love to include support for the Southern Hemisphere but I’d want to do it correctly. If you’d like to give me some guidance or advice on what needs to be changed to best serve the Southern Hemisphere, that would be most appreciated.

      Please feel free to email me directly at Stephanie (at) Felesmagus (dot) com.

  3. Clovis says:

    Hi, I unfortunately had to switch to an android and was wondering if there will ever be a way to get the Wiccan apps on my android. I really love your software and think you’re doing a great job. Thank you.

    1. Stephanie says:

      Hello Clovis, thank you for your comments.

      While I’m not ruling out an Android version, I cannot commit to producing an Android app at the moment. I don’t have any experience with Android, either as a user or a developer.

      It is a request that has come up a few times however so it is something that I am considering.

      Thanks again & blessed be!

  4. Angelo says:

    Is there a reason that you don’t have a print function?

    1. Stephanie says:

      Hello Angelo,

      Thank you for writing.

      It has never occured to me that a print fuction was needed it, and nobody has requested it before! 🙂

      Which app are you asking about?

      I could add a print function in the next version.


      1. Angelo Dicerni says:

        Sorry to take so long. I was refering to the Wicca Plus app for the print function.

        1. Stephanie says:

          Hello Angelo,

          Thanks for the follow-up!

          I am looking into adding a print function to the app. There are standard print routines that Apple has created which I can use but I have to figure out about swapping / inverting the colour to black text on a white background; it would use too much toner / ink to output it as white on black the way it appears within the app.


  5. Brynda says:

    I wish there was an app for iPhone that was a virtual interactive alter that would allow background / color changes along with various tools you could chose depending on you ritual purpose like virtual candles or even incense. Call me crazy but it would give me so much freedom to work anywhere!. I would be overjoyed to be able to open an app, set up my alter and get to my majical work without having to carry stuff that would invite suspicion. Maybe having a little section to keep my spells organized and also notes journal to track progress . I could probably imagine other cool ideas if I thought about it long enough!!! Thanks for your time 🙂

  6. Walt B says:

    Hi there, I saw that at some point in the past you rebuilt an emate 300 battery pak. I am trying to do the same but im having issues and i cant find your post on your site. But a few people pointed me toward your site. I have 4 AA rechargeable NIMH batteries and a tray. But Ive wired it up and it says “Fault” on my emate 300 and wont charge the batteries. Im not sure what im doing wrong. Any help would be awesome. THanks

    1. Violet says:

      Hello Walt,

      Stephanie is no longer with us and we’re unable to provide much in the way of technical support. However, the emate (and newton) info is still on her personal website:

      If you scroll on down towards the bottom, the emate battery hack info is there. That’s all we have. I hope it helps.


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