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Re: [Denemo-devel] Paste again

From: Richard Shann
Subject: Re: [Denemo-devel] Paste again
Date: Sat, 22 May 2010 15:29:55 +0100

(load "ans-7.scm")
barfs on my installation. It is in the new denemo.scm
the message is
(open-file ~A: ~S (No such file or directory ans-7.scm) (2))
this is executing the new denemo.scm in the scheme window - I haven't
tried installing it yet - that would normally then crash the startup.


On Sat, 2010-05-22 at 14:39 +0200, Nils Gey wrote:
> Hello, 
> I checked in a better Paste variant. 
> ; Multistaff-Pasting always adds the complete part AFTER the current measure. 
> It will never paste into an existing measure, not even in empty ones.   [<-- 
> this is a possible enhancement, but it needs a way to check if there is an 
> empty measure in all staffs. Just thought of that...]
> ; Singlestaff-Pasting happens at the cursor position. If there are still 
> notes in the current measure, after the cursor position, those will be shoved 
> to the right and placed after the pasted section, no matter if the result 
> produce underful or overful measures. No other measure gets modified other 
> than the current one. Singlestaff-Pasting will fill any empty measure on its 
> way, until a non-empty one is encountered.
> I think this is a candidate that can be used. If you want, try to create a 
> few absurd usecases and look how Paste reacts to them.
> Also please test if paste now behaves like you would expect it to do (and 
> what are your expectations? Sibelius, Emacs or Vim, Other Texteditors, 
> Photoshop?)
> Also, there are four scripts that use (d-Paste)
> ./actions/menus/ObjectMenu/MeasureMenu/AddDuplicateMeasure
> ./actions/menus/ObjectMenu/MeasureMenu/DeleteBarline
> ./actions/menus/ObjectMenu/MeasureMenu/SplitMeasure
> ./actions/menus/ObjectMenu/MeasureMenu/ReBar (OLD VERSION!)
> Is (d-Paste) the trigger for the built-in variant or for the script?  If its 
> for the script:
> (d-SplitMeasure) makes use of (d-Paste), but paste also uses 
> (d-SplitMeasure). I don't know what that recursion means, but it seems to 
> work.
> I hope that improves Denemo,
> Nils 
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