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Daniel Barich
This is a minor issue, but if you type a note in note entry mode and add
a chord note via the keyboard, the cursor moves back so that the next
note you type will overwrite the new chord unless you press the right
arrow key.  It would be easier to avoid the extra arrow key when
entering a series of chords.

Thanks.

Daniel

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Re: Entering chords

wschweer
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I changed the behaviour in rev. 1342.

Werner

Am Montag 01 Dezember 2008 22:27:16 schrieb Daniel Barich:

> This is a minor issue, but if you type a note in note entry mode and add
> a chord note via the keyboard, the cursor moves back so that the next
> note you type will overwrite the new chord unless you press the right
> arrow key.  It would be easier to avoid the extra arrow key when
> entering a series of chords.
>
> Thanks.
>
> Daniel
>
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Re: Entering chords

Daniel Barich
I just installed r1344, and the cursor still moves back when I add a
chord note with the keyboard in note entry mode.  The cursor should not
move when I do this.

Daniel

Werner Schweer wrote:

> I changed the behaviour in rev. 1342.
>
> Werner
>
> Am Montag 01 Dezember 2008 22:27:16 schrieb Daniel Barich:
>  
>> This is a minor issue, but if you type a note in note entry mode and add
>> a chord note via the keyboard, the cursor moves back so that the next
>> note you type will overwrite the new chord unless you press the right
>> arrow key.  It would be easier to avoid the extra arrow key when
>> entering a series of chords.
>>
>> Thanks.
>>
>> Daniel
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Re: Entering chords

David Bolton-2
Chord entry via the computer keyboard works well in the latest
prerelease (r.1354). However I've noticed a minor display issue that
sometimes causes the note after a chord to appear on the top line of the
staff regardless of its actual pitch. Here's a sequence that is
reproducible:

(1) Create new score with treble clef and 24 measures (or at least
enough measures to extend beyond one line)
(2) Press "N" to begin note entry
(3) Press E  Shift+G  Shift+A to enter a whole-note chord in the first
measure
(4) Press G to enter a whole-note G in the next measure

Notice that the G in measure two sounds correct but appears on the top
line of the treble staff.

David



Daniel Barich wrote:

> I just installed r1344, and the cursor still moves back when I add a
> chord note with the keyboard in note entry mode.  The cursor should not
> move when I do this.
>
> Daniel
>
> Werner Schweer wrote:
>  
>> I changed the behaviour in rev. 1342.
>>
>> Werner
>>
>> Am Montag 01 Dezember 2008 22:27:16 schrieb Daniel Barich:
>>  
>>    
>>> This is a minor issue, but if you type a note in note entry mode and add
>>> a chord note via the keyboard, the cursor moves back so that the next
>>> note you type will overwrite the new chord unless you press the right
>>> arrow key.  It would be easier to avoid the extra arrow key when
>>> entering a series of chords.
>>>
>>> Thanks.
>>>
>>> Daniel
>>>      

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Re: Entering chords

Daniel Barich
I installed r1354, and I'm still having the problem I described in my
message when I use numbers rather than letters to enter chord notes.
For David's example, if you type E Alt+3 Alt+1, the cursor moves back so
that if you type another note, it will overwrite the chord just
entered.  The cursor should not move here.

Daniel

David Bolton wrote:

> Chord entry via the computer keyboard works well in the latest
> prerelease (r.1354). However I've noticed a minor display issue that
> sometimes causes the note after a chord to appear on the top line of the
> staff regardless of its actual pitch. Here's a sequence that is
> reproducible:
>
> (1) Create new score with treble clef and 24 measures (or at least
> enough measures to extend beyond one line)
> (2) Press "N" to begin note entry
> (3) Press E  Shift+G  Shift+A to enter a whole-note chord in the first
> measure
> (4) Press G to enter a whole-note G in the next measure
>
> Notice that the G in measure two sounds correct but appears on the top
> line of the treble staff.
>
> David
>
>
>
> Daniel Barich wrote:
>  
>> I just installed r1344, and the cursor still moves back when I add a
>> chord note with the keyboard in note entry mode.  The cursor should not
>> move when I do this.
>>
>> Daniel
>>
>> Werner Schweer wrote:
>>  
>>    
>>> I changed the behaviour in rev. 1342.
>>>
>>> Werner
>>>
>>> Am Montag 01 Dezember 2008 22:27:16 schrieb Daniel Barich:
>>>  
>>>    
>>>      
>>>> This is a minor issue, but if you type a note in note entry mode and add
>>>> a chord note via the keyboard, the cursor moves back so that the next
>>>> note you type will overwrite the new chord unless you press the right
>>>> arrow key.  It would be easier to avoid the extra arrow key when
>>>> entering a series of chords.
>>>>
>>>> Thanks.
>>>>
>>>> Daniel
>>>>      
>>>>        
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Re: Entering chords

wschweer
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Sorry, i thougth this was fixed but actually i only tested chord entry with
shift+g and did not realize that alt+3 etc uses another code path.
Should work now in rev. 1356.

On Tuesday 09 December 2008 20:28:34 Daniel Barich wrote:

> I installed r1354, and I'm still having the problem I described in my
> message when I use numbers rather than letters to enter chord notes.
> For David's example, if you type E Alt+3 Alt+1, the cursor moves back so
> that if you type another note, it will overwrite the chord just
> entered.  The cursor should not move here.
>
> Daniel
>
> David Bolton wrote:
> > Chord entry via the computer keyboard works well in the latest
> > prerelease (r.1354). However I've noticed a minor display issue that
> > sometimes causes the note after a chord to appear on the top line of the
> > staff regardless of its actual pitch. Here's a sequence that is
> > reproducible:
> >
> > (1) Create new score with treble clef and 24 measures (or at least
> > enough measures to extend beyond one line)
> > (2) Press "N" to begin note entry
> > (3) Press E  Shift+G  Shift+A to enter a whole-note chord in the first
> > measure
> > (4) Press G to enter a whole-note G in the next measure
> >
> > Notice that the G in measure two sounds correct but appears on the top
> > line of the treble staff.
> >
> > David
> >
> > Daniel Barich wrote:
> >> I just installed r1344, and the cursor still moves back when I add a
> >> chord note with the keyboard in note entry mode.  The cursor should not
> >> move when I do this.
> >>
> >> Daniel
> >>
> >> Werner Schweer wrote:
> >>> I changed the behaviour in rev. 1342.
> >>>
> >>> Werner
> >>>
> >>> Am Montag 01 Dezember 2008 22:27:16 schrieb Daniel Barich:
> >>>> This is a minor issue, but if you type a note in note entry mode and
> >>>> add a chord note via the keyboard, the cursor moves back so that the
> >>>> next note you type will overwrite the new chord unless you press the
> >>>> right arrow key.  It would be easier to avoid the extra arrow key when
> >>>> entering a series of chords.
> >>>>
> >>>> Thanks.
> >>>>
> >>>> Daniel
> >
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