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From: Chris Cannam <cannam@al...> - 2004-07-29 10:04:12
...for documentation purposes as much as anything.
You can now change the note durations of all notes in the current
selection in the notation view by hitting Ctrl plus the number key
corresponding to the note duration. (The number keys on their own
select the different note durations for insertion, you may recall.)
Formerly Ctrl plus number keys selected dotted notes for insertion,
but there's no longer a shortcut for that -- instead you can hit "."
to toggle dottedness in insert mode (which works but isn't reflected
in the GUI itself for some reason I haven't quite placed yet), or
Ctrl-"." to add dots to notes already inserted and selected.
For my purposes at least the main point of all this is that you can
insert stuff with the mouse and then just hit Ctrl-4 or whatever when
you realise you inserted the wrong note. Also handy for tidying up
Oh, and if you also hold down Alt, it will change the notation
durations without changing the performed ones.
None of these functions are in menus yet -- I just couldn't decide
where to put them... I'm not quite sure whether all the necessary
strings (for if/when they do end up in menus) are in the .po files
yet, but most of them probably are, as we'd probably just reuse
strings already used for note durations &c.
From: William <rosegarden4d@li...> - 2004-07-29 12:24:35
Chris Cannam wrote:
> You can now change the note durations of all notes in the current
> selection in the notation view by hitting Ctrl plus the number key
> corresponding to the note duration. (The number keys on their own
> select the different note durations for insertion, you may recall.)
These shortcuts don't seem to work in the matrix editor.
It would be useful if they did work there too.
> Ctrl-"." to add dots to notes already inserted and selected.
This one also doesn't seem to work in the matrix editor.
> Oh, and if you also hold down Alt, it will change the notation
> durations without changing the performed ones.
On Thursday 29 July 2004 06:03 am, Chris Cannam wrote:
> ...for documentation purposes as much as anything.
I don't have time to play with this right now, but it sounds like a very cool
thing. I'm always entering the wrong notes.
Printed for the pile. Thanks for bringing it to my attention.
Michael McIntyre ---- Silvan <dmmcintyr@...>
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