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Re: [Denemo-devel] Windows binary not built last night

From: Joe Wilkinson
Subject: Re: [Denemo-devel] Windows binary not built last night
Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2017 14:44:56 +0100
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I tried it this morning, and it seemed to work (without the lines between the white keys, as below). I am not very used to using the Insert-Rhythm-Then-Pitch technique but I didn't have any real problems.

One issue I do have problems with is the insertion of spacers. The manual tells me I need to reclaim the Windows key (which I have never found a use for!) But I can't find any documentation on this. Is this option primarily for Linux users? And do I have to use a 2 key shortcut e.g R,0, R,1, R,2. I really only need those since my primary use for Spacers is in Chord Staves when I need a chord change part-way through a bar - rest giving me a N.C.

Incidentally the documentation has no reference to Spacers and 80 References to Rests which makes finding details of non-printing rests difficult.


On 27/04/2017 14:13, Richard Shann wrote:
On Wed, 2017-04-26 at 09:03 +0100, Richard Shann wrote:

I haven't checked for a few days, but as I've been doing some new work
to give Denemo a virtual piano keyboard I looked at the builds this
morning and I see that the windows build is broken
This is building again now. The virtual keyboard has the lines
separating the natural keys missing for the Windows build - Jeremiah is
trying to upgrade Gtk to >3.12 to fix this. It is however working.

I'm interested in any experiences people have using it - one thing I've
wondered about is whether the tails of the natural keys should play or
just the heads.


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