14 Jul 2011 18:57

### pwgl-users: An Easy Way to Change Tempo?

```Can anyone please provide (a) an example of changing a score's tempo
(global or local) by enp-script or (b) an easy way to graphically
change tempo?

I haven't found a way to do (a) and changing tempo graphically (b)
only works for the current measure, the old tempo is pushed to the
next measure.  For example, create a new score and add a measure.
You've got two measures of quarter notes at quarter note = 60.  Now
change the tempo graphically in the first measure to, say, 1/4 = 144.
It changes, but the second measure is still marked at quarter = 60.
To change to a different tempo, every measure must be changed for
every part.  Of course, you can create a score using FLAT or KSQUANT
with a different tempo, but I want to be able to take an arbitrary
score and change it using constraints.

Thanks in advance for any insights into this problem,

Jeff Fried.

```
14 Jul 2011 19:06

### Re: pwgl-users: An Easy Way to Change Tempo?

```Apparently, I found a workaround for (b).  If you right click on empty
space in the score instead of the individual tempo marking, you can
change the tempo globally instead of inserting a new tempo indicator
(and pushing the old one a measure forward), so at least I've got a
graphically solution.  I'm still interested in knowing how to script it.

On Jul 14, 2011, at 9:57 AM, Jeffrey Fried wrote:

> Can anyone please provide (a) an example of changing a score's tempo
> (global or local) by enp-script or (b) an easy way to graphically
> change tempo?
>
> I haven't found a way to do (a) and changing tempo graphically (b)
> only works for the current measure, the old tempo is pushed to the
> next measure.  For example, create a new score and add a measure.
> You've got two measures of quarter notes at quarter note = 60.  Now
> change the tempo graphically in the first measure to, say, 1/4 =
> 144.  It changes, but the second measure is still marked at quarter
> = 60.  To change to a different tempo, every measure must be changed
> for every part.  Of course, you can create a score using FLAT or
> KSQUANT with a different tempo, but I want to be able to take an
> arbitrary score and change it using constraints.
>
> Thanks in advance for any insights into this problem,
>
> Jeff Fried.

```
17 Jul 2011 23:48

### Re: pwgl-users: An Easy Way to Change Tempo?

```
On 14.7.2011, at 19:06, Jeffrey Fried wrote:

> Apparently, I found a workaround for (b).  If you right click on empty space in the score instead of the
individual tempo marking, you can change the tempo globally instead of inserting a new tempo indicator
(and pushing the old one a measure forward), so at least I've got a graphically solution.

all the measures are quarter=60 by default. if the tempo is the same as in the previous measure it will not be
displayed. you can select / sweep select several metros (in the RTM mode where all the tempi are displayed)
and manipulate them using the contextual menus or the mouse (you can even scroll forward and shift select /
sweep select to add to the selection...)

>  I'm still interested in knowing how to script it.

See the attached patch

-mika

>
> On Jul 14, 2011, at 9:57 AM, Jeffrey Fried wrote:
>
>> Can anyone please provide (a) an example of changing a score's tempo (global or local) by enp-script or
(b) an easy way to graphically change tempo?
>>
>> I haven't found a way to do (a) and changing tempo graphically (b) only works for the current measure, the
old tempo is pushed to the next measure.  For example, create a new score and add a measure.  You've got two
measures of quarter notes at quarter note = 60.  Now change the tempo graphically in the first measure to,
say, 1/4 = 144.  It changes, but the second measure is still marked at quarter = 60.  To change to a different
tempo, every measure must be changed for every part.  Of course, you can create a score using FLAT or KSQUANT
with a different tempo, but I want to be able to take an arbitrary score and change it using constraints.
```

28 Jul 2011 11:50

### pwgl-users: Chord Editor layout

```
Hello to everyone,

I have some chords in a chord editor. They are in Arpeggio state and the
Chord editor is in Page View.
I want to push everything more to the left so all the notes can fit inside
the page.
I tried with the red lines like in a score editor (it works there...) but
unfortunately nothing happens.
If I zoom out to fit all the notes inside, then it becomes too small.
Is there a way in a chord editor, page view to push the items more to the
left? (by the way by selecting the treble clef, I can push items higher or
lower).

thank you,

Dimitris

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31 Jul 2011 19:00

### pwgl-users: RC 17

```The PWGL rc17 is now available for OS X (Intel) and Windows XP/7

Mika Kuuskankare

```

Gmane