Thanks for the update. 

Though having the fix in the Ubuntu LTS release would be preferable, I can deal with a PPA.  My automated install process already installs one for fluidsynth, and adding one for rosegarden would be no big problem. 

- Aere

On Wed, 2012-07-04 at 11:21 -0400, Ted Felix wrote:
On 6/30/2012 5:18 PM, Aere Greenway wrote:
> By the way, the "acid test" piece is the 3rd movement of Beethoven's 
> "Moonlight" Sonata, which I originally put in note-wise, using 
> software on a Radio Shack Color Computer, which I recorded to the 
> Roland D20 synthesizer's onboard sequence editor. I recorded from the 
> Roland's sequence-editor. 

   Thanks.  This will be very helpful.  RS Coco?  D20?  You're taking me 

   Here's my status...  I filed a bug report with Ubuntu:


   So, the first issue is in their hands now.  However, I wouldn't hold 
my breath waiting for them.  We'll probably need to go the PPA route in 
the end.

   I'm still recovering from the big power outage here in Maryland (no 
power for three days), so I'm not quite back to working on rg just yet.  
But next will be the dropped notes issue.  I've already started looking 
at the code and adding some comments.  Hopefully I'll get more time this 


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