On Mon, 2020-08-31 at 20:09 -0400, aaron mehl wrote:
> Wow I made a scheme for the rhythm shortcuts. One shortcut didn't
> take can I use a semicolon?
Yes, of course. The default binds the semicolon to the command for
making a note (or selection) staccato.
> I made j a half note k quarter l eigth note and ; 16th note but it
> didn't work.
just post your script and all will be clear...
> but at least this is a start.
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> On Aug 31 2020, at 3:40 pm, Richard Shann <email@example.com>
> On Mon, 2020-08-31 at 15:00 -0400, aaron mehl wrote:
> > Hi again,
> > I am not sure what name for inserting a quarter note is.
> To find out the name of a command locate it in the menu system and
> right click, it pops up a menu "Help for xxx" where xxx is the
> name. On recent Denemo you can also just execute the command where on
> the name is shown on the right of the status bar.
> For Insert quarter note I see this:
> Command: Insert/Append a 𝅘𝅥
> When appending, appends a 𝅘𝅥
> With the cursor on a note inserts a 𝅘𝅥 before the current note
> If MIDI-in is active, the note will be pitchless (displays yellow,
> - the MIDI keyboard will provide the pitch. Changes prevailing
> Location: Object Menu ▶ _Notes/Rests ▶ Append/Insert Duration
> Internal Name: 2
> so, "2" is the command name.
> > In the keymap it is called insertblankquarternote
> You are missing the capitalization here - commands are written in
> CamelCase. The command you are referring to must be this one:
> Command: Insert a 𝄽 Spacer
> Insert a non-printing 𝄽 rest
> Location: Object Menu ▶ _Notes/Rests ▶ Rest Insertion
> Internal Name: InsertBlankQuarterNote
> The standard shortcut for that is Mod4+2 (where Mod4 is the "windows"
> or "penguin" key).