Thanks all for the feedback. I think I will use font colors to
indicate which section is being edited. Of course you will be able to
toggle between normal csd view and split view, so don't worry Jim. You
can also already hide/show any panels you need, e.g. to see the score
only. The separator bars can also be dragged to change the size of any
of the sections.
On Fri, Feb 18, 2011 at 8:05 PM, Tarmo Johannes <tarmo@...> wrote:
> I agree with Jim Aikins idea, that it is important good to have big working area but I personally like the split-view possibility, like when workind befor with kate (KDE Advanced Text Editor), I mostly had a split view - lower one for score and upper for some instrument. Very Handy.
> Also the table-like score format seems absolutely great!
> On Friday 18 February 2011 11:57:09 Andres Cabrera wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I'm working on allowing "split view" mode in QuteCsound. It's now
>> somewhat implemented in current svn, (it might eat your files... well,
>> hopefully not, but be careful...), but I'm writing to ask for ideas
>> and feedback about the implementation. Currently, when you select
>> split mode, the csd is parsed and split into all the different
>> components,including orc, sco, CsOptions, Binary embedded files, etc.
>> However, it seems to me it's not very clear what you are editing since
>> there are so many possible sections. I'm attaching a screenshot, so
>> let me know your thoughts.
>> BTW, this new change also allows editing the ordinary score within a
>> csd file just like a live event sheet (even with live triggering and
>> python processing).