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Old 08-17-2005, 05:18 AM
Mark Walsen (markwa)
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Default Hello Everyone, MidiNotate

Hello Everyone,

MidiNotate Composer 1.1 Release Candidate (RC1) is now ready at www.notation.com/ComposerBetaRelease.htm

A Release Candidate is a pre-release of the final version of the software. The software is considered ready for final release. The Release Candidate is tested. If no significant problems are found during testing, then the Release Candidate becomes the final released version of the software.

I would very much appreciate your trying out this Composer 1.1 RC1. If you find any problems with the setup, documentation, or software itself, please report below, or let me know at support@notation.com

The final release of Composer 1.1 is scheduled for Thursday Oct 18, provided no significant problems are found.

Here is a list of the changes in RC1, since the previous Beta Release 4:

Setup. Support setup for both admin and non-admin users on Windows XP and 2000.

Fonts. Fix problem that running Composer 1.0.9 after running Composer 1.1, or vica versa, results in font size 10 times too large or 10 times too small.

Playback. Fix problem that SHIFT+Click on a Play/Mute staff control button did not turn on sound for staves that were not solo'ed if any others were solo'ed. Fix problem that the metronome incorrectly played for the first measure if the Perform / Pickup Beats option is used, but the metronome was turned off.

Meter. If you select one measure and change the meter to add more beats, Composer now correctly changes the meter of that measure and adds rests at the end of the measure, rather than reject the command.

Cheers
-- Mark




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