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GUI (was: Re: No Work!

From: Kees van den Doel
Subject: GUI (was: Re: No Work!
Date: Tue, 15 Dec 2009 09:07:18 -0800

If lilypond came with a rudimentary GUI I think it would at least octuple the 
number of people trying it out.

Something simple like a window with File/compile menus, a text editor pane, 
compile messages at bottom,
and a score preview. No more features needed, it's just to get people who don't 
know what a shell or
a text editor is to try it out. They can then start the "lilypond program", 
open various example files, change a few notes, and they're hooked!

----- Original Message -----
From: James Lowe <address@hidden>
Date: Tuesday, December 15, 2009 8:41 am
Subject: Re: No Work!
To: Robert Ley <address@hidden>
Cc: address@hidden

> > I don't see a log for Lilypond and the finder log doesn't have 
> anything for Lilypond in it. Can you suggest where to look?
> > RDL 
> Please can you confirm a few things because it really is not clear.
> 1. Can you save the example file to the desktop with a file name?
> 2. If you can save the file and you choose the 'compile > 
> typeset' 
> option, the log window should pop up...does this happen or not?
> 3. if the log window does pop up then can you cut and paste from 
> this 
> window?
> 4. If you cannot do step 1, can you open a new text file, make 
> it plain 
> text and then type { a b c d e f } save it as a (not 
> and then compile the file? Does this work?
> Thanks
> At the moment you are still not giving us everything, only bits 
> and pieces.
> James
> PS Please remember to 'reply-all' when emailing.
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