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Old 10-18-2012, 01:47 AM
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Default Re: incorrect chord names

Hi,

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Originally Posted by dskuce View Post
I am a brand new user and love this product but there are
two problems with chord names that were generated automatically
(maybe this happens with manual names too)
Adim7 appears as Aim7. if I try to edit it it appears correctly while editing but still has the error after
This is a bug for dim chord names, and is being fixed for the next major release.

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Csus47 should be written Csus or Csus4
You should be able to avoid this by unchecking the "Major 7th" option in the Chord Analysis dialog. If that doesn't work for you, please let me know either here or at support@notation.com If you could please include a file that shows the problem, and tell me the measure number and the settings you're using for the chord name analysis, that would be most helpful

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there should be more control over how chord names are displayed
What specifically would you like to see? It's not always easy for us to determine how many alternatives to supply (and possibly overwhelm a number of users with options) or how few (and risk not having enough). If we get specific suggestions, it helps us to know what folks want to have and would use.

Thanks for the feedback!
Sherry
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