su den 08.10.2006 klokka 10:58 (-0400) skreiv D. Michael McIntyre:
> On Sunday 08 October 2006 10:28 am, Gundhild Andersen wrote:
> > I was actually considering feature requesting that one myself. Should I
> > do that, or is this already being taken into consideration as a
> > consequence of this bug report?
> No, I forgot all about this. I rarely change the time signature to anything
> that isn't within a few clicks of 4/4 either way, and I never gave this issue
> a second thought beyond the context of whatever weird experiment I was doing.
A pretty weird one, I believe, involving 99/4...that's a LOT of
Yes, I realize that most people tend to stay in or not too far away from
4/4, or at least stay in mostly the same time signature throughout the
composition, and not, like me, crowd their scores with time signature
changes all over the place. My tunes are metrical loonies, and they know
> A feature request would make it more likely someone will think about
> this, though it doesn't guarantee anything.
Of course not. I do realize that you guys are wading in feature requests
(and bugs, for that matter) and that this one wouldn't deserve a
particularly high priority. But I assume that this does not mean that
you would prefer users to refrain from submitting non-crucial feature
> None of which should discourage you from trying, but it should also encourage
> you to consider sending the patch.
I would if I could, but unfortunately I'm not the kind of person who even had the
slightest idea what a patch was until her husband explained it to her just now...
> or it might still be sitting there on the
> list in 2012, bumped back down from top priority for the 15th time.
Well who knows; I might even have learned to program by then! ;-)
Thanks for keeping up all that great work.