Yea i have investigated this and tried put a text within the
MatriElement canvas but after som troublesome work i realize that the
entire canvas are scaled as bitmap when zoomed :) (even the text) so i
dropped that line, wouldn't be to hard an make the velocitychange
preview in the velocity ruler and it will be my next aim...
I also commited som changes to the svn for displaying selected elements
in the matrix/notation as selected (blue color) in the ControlRuler,
this works out nice ni both NotationEditor and MatrixEditor.
Might be the solution for the featurereq that this work have it's roots
From: Chris Cannam [cannam@...]
Sent: 6/11/2008 12:18:44 PM
Subject: Re: [Rosegarden-devel] Fw: [ rosegarden-Feature
Requests-2018387 ] Velocity Property Ruler not easy with chord
On Wed, Nov 5, 2008 at 1:16 PM, Henrik Andersson <dbug@...> wrote:
> I managed to create the patch, and ill post it here and the forwarded
> contains the information on what the patch does..
Thanks Henrik. I've committed the patch to trunk and given you
Subversion commit access as well.
It certainly looks good so far, but I have a few comments:
* It really needs better feedback while dragging. The status bar
update is good, but I don't think it's enough. It would be great if
the note colours updated as you dragged (changing temporarily from the
blue for selection back to the velocity colour), and if the bars on
the velocity ruler also updated while you dragged. I realise that
this is not likely to be so simple (we would need to ensure that the
command that made the final change was still only pushed to the
command history once), but it's certainly worth investigating -- can
you see whether you can see an easy way to do either or both of these?
* It needs a better icon. Anyone?
* The new tool did not seem to have been added to matrix.rc or
anywhere else by your patch (?) -- so I added it. I hope I put it in
the places you were expecting to find it.
* We need to remove the [ ] controls from the ruler -- as the
comments in the tracker note, they never did quite what you expect and
hopefully should not be necessary with these changes (is that right?).