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Old 03-30-2005, 04:50 PM
Mark Walsen (markwa)
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Default The second beta release (v

The second beta release (version is now available. You can download it by double-clicking this file link:

NOTE: Before installing MidiNotate Player, make a backup copy of \Program Files\MidiNotate\MidiDev.cfg

No patch is available for this version of MidiNotate Player. It is advised that you first uninstall the previous version of MidiNotate Player.

This second beta release of MidiNotate Player fixes all known bugs and reported usability problems, except the following:
  1. Although the User's Guide is now installed (always, not optionally) and is accessible via the Help menu, the contents of the User's Guide is under construction. There is no need for you to report problems with the User's Guide. I know that right now it is in shambles.
  2. MidiNotate Player might conflict with MidiNotate Composer, Composer Pro, or Musician in the area of MIDI device configuration. That is why it is recommended that you make a backup copy of the \Program Files\MidiNotate\MidiDev.cfg file.
This release of MidiNotate Player introduces new packaging of MidiNotate files. Before now, the MidiNotate executable (MNPlayer.exe, Musician.exe, Composer.exe, or CompPro.exe) was packaged with these three additional files: MidiNote.dll, TrnsParm.dll, and Undo.dll. Now, those three additional files are embedded inside the main executable (.exe) file and are no longer separately installed files. This change has been first made in MNPlayer, but the same change will be made in Musician, Composer, and Composer Pro. So, don't be surprised when you find these other files missing.

Please let me know if you find any problems with MidiNotate Player. This freeware program will be released to the public in approximately 10 to 14 days from now.

-- Mark
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