anonymous | 1 Nov 16:18 2010
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[bug #31509] Two-key shortcuts should be smarter


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                 Summary: Two-key shortcuts should be smarter
                 Project: GNU Denemo, a gtk+ frontend to GNU Lilypond
            Submitted by: None
            Submitted on: Mon 01 Nov 2010 03:18:38 PM UTC
                Category: None
                Severity: 3 - Normal
              Item Group: None
                  Status: None
                 Privacy: Public
             Assigned to: None
             Open/Closed: Open
         Discussion Lock: Any

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Details:

If I press 'space' or any other key not bound to an action, denemo waits for
the second key for a 2-key shortcut.  The result is that sometimes when I hit
the wrong key, denemo doesn't react to my next, correct keypress.
I propose that before denemo decides to wait for a 2nd keypress in a 2-key
combo, it looks to see if the key pressed is in fact the 1st key of a valid
2-key combination.
-Dan W.

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anonymous | 1 Nov 18:04 2010
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[bug #31510] Enter should close out GetOption dialogs


Follow-up Comment #1, bug #31510 (project denemo):

Also, currently hitting Escape inside a GetOption has the effect of selecting
OK, which I find confusing.  Escape I would think should cancel.  This is an
0.8.19 version on Windows.
-Dan

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anonymous | 1 Nov 16:36 2010
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[bug #31510] Enter should close out GetOption dialogs


URL:
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                 Summary: Enter should close out GetOption dialogs
                 Project: GNU Denemo, a gtk+ frontend to GNU Lilypond
            Submitted by: None
            Submitted on: Mon 01 Nov 2010 03:36:21 PM UTC
                Category: None
                Severity: 3 - Normal
              Item Group: None
                  Status: None
                 Privacy: Public
             Assigned to: None
             Open/Closed: Open
         Discussion Lock: Any

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Details:

It would be easier on the user if hitting enter closes out the GetOption
dialog boxes, so you don't have to tab over onto the OK button after you made
your selection by keyboard.
-DW

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Richard Shann | 1 Nov 17:53 2010
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[bug #31509] Two-key shortcuts should be smarter


Update of bug #31509 (project denemo):

                  Status:                    None => Need Info              

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Follow-up Comment #1:

What version are you on? It does this already, and must have been doing it
when 0.8.20 was released.

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anonymous | 1 Nov 18:36 2010
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[bug #31238] Tested the 0.8.20 candidate for windows, crash


Follow-up Comment #4, bug #31238 (project denemo):

This designate voice script lacks one thing.  It should cursor right as the
last thing it does so that you can go on entering notes in your new voice
setting without having to move past it first.
Just add the line (d-MoveCursorRight) right after
(d-DirectivePut-standalone-minpixels "Voice" 10 ) 
so the new script will be as follows. -DW

;;DesignateVoice
(let ((choice #f)(label #f)
	(OneVoice "OneVoice:  Default-For a single voice on a staff") (VoiceOne
"VoiceOne:  Designate as upper voice")
	(VoiceTwo "VoiceTwo:  Designate as lower voice")(VoiceThree "VoiceThree: 
Horizontally offset upper voice")
	(VoiceFour "VoiceFour:  Horizontally offset lower voice") 
	)
(set! choice (d-GetOption (string-append OneVoice stop VoiceOne stop VoiceTwo
stop VoiceThree stop VoiceFour stop) ) )
(cond
	( (equal? choice VoiceOne ) (begin (set! choice "voiceOne") (set! label
"Voice1") ))
	( (equal? choice VoiceTwo ) (begin (set! choice "voiceTwo") (set! label
"Voice2") ))
	( (equal? choice VoiceThree ) (begin (set! choice "voiceThree") (set! label
"Voice3") ))
	( (equal? choice VoiceFour ) (begin (set! choice "voiceFour") (set! label
"Voice4") ))
	( (equal? choice OneVoice ) (begin (set! choice "oneVoice") (set! label
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anonymous | 1 Nov 18:06 2010
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[bug #31509] Two-key shortcuts should be smarter


Follow-up Comment #2, bug #31509 (project denemo):

Sorry, this is an 0.8.19 on Windows.  I should know to check the most recent
version before complaining. -DW

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Nils Gey | 1 Nov 18:07 2010
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[bug #31509] Two-key shortcuts should be smarter


Update of bug #31509 (project denemo):

                  Status:               Need Info => Invalid                
             Open/Closed:                    Open => Closed                 

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Richard Shann | 1 Nov 19:13 2010
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[bug #31238] Tested the 0.8.20 candidate for windows, crash


Follow-up Comment #5, bug #31238 (project denemo):

in git.

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Richard Shann | 2 Nov 13:36 2010
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MIDI playback Microtonal, Historic temperaments and more...

I have pushed code to set the temperament of the MIDI playback via the
internal synth. It should also work on suitable external synths.
I have given two sample skeleton scripts (one liners!) which switch to
quarter comma meantone temperament and to equal temperament. Play a
chord of A-flat major to hear what g#-c-eb sounds like!
You need a reasonably modern fluidsynth for this (>=1.1 I think). Debian
stable is behind:(

Still to do: setting the temperament to the value chosen by the user,
outside of the music, sorting out real-time, channels etc.

The commands are in the ObjectMenu Directives->Temperament, at least for
now - you will need to use More Commands to get them.

Richard
Richard Shann | 2 Nov 22:23 2010
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Re: MIDI playback Microtonal, Historic temperaments and more...

Note, the temperaments are not shifting yet when you change the
enharmonic set - D# stays tuned like Eb. But I know how to fix that.
Richard

On Tue, 2010-11-02 at 12:36 +0000, Richard Shann wrote:
> I have pushed code to set the temperament of the MIDI playback via the
> internal synth. It should also work on suitable external synths.
> I have given two sample skeleton scripts (one liners!) which switch to
> quarter comma meantone temperament and to equal temperament. Play a
> chord of A-flat major to hear what g#-c-eb sounds like!
> You need a reasonably modern fluidsynth for this (>=1.1 I think). Debian
> stable is behind:(
> 
> Still to do: setting the temperament to the value chosen by the user,
> outside of the music, sorting out real-time, channels etc.
> 
> The commands are in the ObjectMenu Directives->Temperament, at least for
> now - you will need to use More Commands to get them.
> 
> Richard
> 
> 
> 
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