PATCH: Allow dragging rests horizontally over small range

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PATCH: Allow dragging rests horizontally over small range

Seth Yastrov
There are some situations where you need to move a rest horizontally,
for example, if you have a rest in the middle voice, in between close
together notes in the upper and lower voices. This should limit the
range to which you can move it to a reasonable amount. I guess the
only harm done in allowing unconstrained movement is that it gets
confusing as to which tick position the rest belongs, so this is a
compromise.

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Re: PATCH: Allow dragging rests horizontally over small range

wschweer
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Hi Seth,

i just applied your patches and commited the changes to svn. Thank
you very much.

Just one note: there is another possibility to move rests (and notes):
double click them to enter "edit mode". Then use the cursor keys to
move them around.

Regards,
Werner

On Sonntag 20 April 2008, Seth Yastrov wrote:
> There are some situations where you need to move a rest horizontally,
> for example, if you have a rest in the middle voice, in between close
> together notes in the upper and lower voices. This should limit the
> range to which you can move it to a reasonable amount. I guess the
> only harm done in allowing unconstrained movement is that it gets
> confusing as to which tick position the rest belongs, so this is a
> compromise.
>




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