GSOC 2017 - Start-Up Wizard for MuseScore

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GSOC 2017 - Start-Up Wizard for MuseScore

aryamanvinchhi
Hello,
My name is Aryaman Vinchhi. I am currently a computer science student at Georgia Tech. I am excited to participate in GSOC with MuseScore this summer!

Github: https://github.com/aryamanvinchhi/MuseScore
Blog: https://musescore.org/en/user/1214841/blog

The project idea that I would like to implement is a start-up wizard for MuseScore. This idea stems from the idea of implementing keyboard layouts and shortcut management. Every MuseScore user has a different profile. At the beginning of the program, we could ask users different questions to help configure MuseScore better for their use. Some of these questions include a user’s language, keyboard layout or their level. We could then use this information to toggle settings and set up MuseScore in a way that enhances their process of writing scores. The wizard will be available to users after setting up in the form of an easy-to- use configuration panel that can aid users in their score writing process. Every user uses MuseScore differently. This project idea helps mold MuseScore into a tool that can better aid users. By setting up the application to suit the user’s style, we can make a user’s score writing process more efficient. One of the biggest aspects of this project idea is implementing shortcut management for different keyboard layouts. Although the present keyboard shortcuts are extremely useful, a wide variety of MuseScore users cannot reap their benefits. The implementation of this project idea will enable users with different international keyboard layouts to use keyboard shortcuts as well.
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Re: GSOC 2017 - Start-Up Wizard for MuseScore

lasconic
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Welcome!

Better default shortcuts will make a huge difference for french users!

lasconic

2017-05-23 10:13 GMT+02:00 aryamanvinchhi <[hidden email]>:
Hello,
My name is Aryaman Vinchhi. I am currently a computer science student at
Georgia Tech. I am excited to participate in GSOC with MuseScore this
summer!

Github: https://github.com/aryamanvinchhi/MuseScore
Blog: https://musescore.org/en/user/1214841/blog

The project idea that I would like to implement is a start-up wizard for
MuseScore. This idea stems from the idea of implementing keyboard layouts
and shortcut management. Every MuseScore user has a different profile. At
the beginning of the program, we could ask users different questions to help
configure MuseScore better for their use. Some of these questions include a
user’s language, keyboard layout or their level. We could then use this
information to toggle settings and set up MuseScore in a way that enhances
their process of writing scores. The wizard will be available to users after
setting up in the form of an easy-to- use configuration panel that can aid
users in their score writing process. Every user uses MuseScore differently.
This project idea helps mold MuseScore into a tool that can better aid
users. By setting up the application to suit the user’s style, we can make a
user’s score writing process more efficient. One of the biggest aspects of
this project idea is implementing shortcut management for different keyboard
layouts. Although the present keyboard shortcuts are extremely useful, a
wide variety of MuseScore users cannot reap their benefits. The
implementation of this project idea will enable users with different
international keyboard layouts to use keyboard shortcuts as well.




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Re: GSOC 2017 - Start-Up Wizard for MuseScore

robert leleu
It's a fact that the "letters" system is senseless for latin people accustomed to Guido d'Arezzo system.
So I use "geographical" shortcuts for chords, located on the left-low keys of
my keyboard (a BÉPO one !)
I'm willing to discuss with Aryaman about this implementation

Robert Leleu


Je la 23/05/2017 10:18, Lasconic skribis :
Welcome!

Better default shortcuts will make a huge difference for french users!

lasconic

2017-05-23 10:13 GMT+02:00 aryamanvinchhi <[hidden email]>:
Hello,
My name is Aryaman Vinchhi. I am currently a computer science student at
Georgia Tech. I am excited to participate in GSOC with MuseScore this
summer!

Github: https://github.com/aryamanvinchhi/MuseScore
Blog: https://musescore.org/en/user/1214841/blog

The project idea that I would like to implement is a start-up wizard for
MuseScore. This idea stems from the idea of implementing keyboard layouts
and shortcut management. Every MuseScore user has a different profile. At
the beginning of the program, we could ask users different questions to help
configure MuseScore better for their use. Some of these questions include a
user’s language, keyboard layout or their level. We could then use this
information to toggle settings and set up MuseScore in a way that enhances
their process of writing scores. The wizard will be available to users after
setting up in the form of an easy-to- use configuration panel that can aid
users in their score writing process. Every user uses MuseScore differently.
This project idea helps mold MuseScore into a tool that can better aid
users. By setting up the application to suit the user’s style, we can make a
user’s score writing process more efficient. One of the biggest aspects of
this project idea is implementing shortcut management for different keyboard
layouts. Although the present keyboard shortcuts are extremely useful, a
wide variety of MuseScore users cannot reap their benefits. The
implementation of this project idea will enable users with different
international keyboard layouts to use keyboard shortcuts as well.




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