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Re: resizing the virtual MIDI keyboard

From: Richard Shann
Subject: Re: resizing the virtual MIDI keyboard
Date: Thu, 06 Feb 2020 13:01:14 +0000

On Wed, 2020-02-05 at 18:09 -0500, Bric wrote:
> I am running denemo with a touch-screen monitor right now.
> It occurs to me that it would be totally awesome to make the virtual
> MIDI keyboard resizeable such that the keys actually expand to
> greater pixel dimensions, to one's liking
> With touch-screen you can actually use your fingers to tap the screen
> and play (!). Except right now it does not re-scale (only lets me
> resize the window horizontally, and with that it simply fills the
> greater width of the window with *more* keys, rather than expand the
> keys' size), and my finger tips are too big for the keys drawn on my
> screen.  If i resized the keys by just 30%, say, it would be an
> awesome way to input data.

That sounds like a good idea. It is in fact already possible: if you
(d-VirtualKeyboard 2)
into the CLI box of the Scheme window and hit Return you get a two-
octave keyboard which you can then resize to fill the width of your
BTW I didn't get any feedback on the Jazz Swing feature.

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