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Il 18/12/2009 06:32, Jonathan Wilkes ha scritto:
LilyPondTool, Frescobaldi, Emacs and Vim are listed under "Alternate Input." Since this
link is to the right of "Text Input," the implication
is that they are alternatives to text input, which of course is false: All the
information under the "Text input" link applies to these programs.
Maybe change "Alternate Input" to "Input software," or "Input programs,"
or "Progams, At least One of Which You Will Use to Enter
Your Scores if You At All Value Your Time and Sanity."
I can see your point.
In Alternate Input - except for Denemo and the list of software at the
bottom of the page - all the programs are advanced or basic text
editors: that is, they are based on text input, even if some are more
So I would see this way:
Text Input shows how the normal work with LilyPond is, and the title
Alternate Input shows which editors you can use to produce that input.
So the title - I agree with you - is not effective. For most of the
programs listed it's still about writing text.
I think we should separate text editors (advanced text editors
included) from the GUI options. It would be more easy to see.. and
* Editors--> we put there first the advanced text editors
(LilypondTool, Frescobaldi, LilyKDE) and then the basic ones (Emacs, Vim)
* GUI--> Denemo and the list of programs who can export to LilyPond
format (we should move the command-line programs somewhere else..)
Optionally, we could add also:
* Alternate input--> this title is proper for the command-line
programs listed at the bottom of the current Alternate Input page
What do you think about that?
Federico Bruni <=
Re:GUI, Jonathan Wilkes, 2009/12/18
- Re: GUI, (continued)
- Re: GUI, Graham Percival, 2009/12/18
- Re: GUI, Francisco Vila, 2009/12/18
- Re: GUI, David Kastrup, 2009/12/18
- Re: GUI, Ian Hulin, 2009/12/18