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NWC 2.75 Beta Preview 48 includes the following changes:

  • a rest chord's direction can now be changed via Stem Up/Down
  • Object Plugins can be removed via the Manage Objects area
  • Insert, Objects allows direct navigation into the Manage Objects area
  • the Viewer includes an automatic upgrade check option; an alert will appear when an upgrade is available
  • the Viewer shows the current Object Plugin folder in Options
  • the Viewer gets the same Play Stop mechanism (it watches for rapidly repeating stop attempts before prompting to reset)
  • the Viewer no longer includes the browser plugin; we will release one last browser plugin separately via the forum for those that still need it; we recommend that its use be discontinued as soon as possible
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I just installed the Cresc font from the Scriptorium's Helpful files section into Windows 10. I did not experience any problems.

What version of the font did you install? The version found at the Scripto is a Symbol font, so it would be very unusual for it to get picked up in typical text scenarios unless there is something seriously broken about the font file.

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General Discussion / Re: Breve
Not sure what you mean by meaningless. If you are opposed to hidden notes, then you are correct, there is no solution for you. These clips show how to include a breve (double whole note) into the staff, but they use hidden items.

However, if you are just unfamiliar with NWC text clips, then here is how you use them:

  • press the Select link on a NWC text clip
  • press Ctrl+C to copy the clip
  • open NWC2, then press Ctrl+Shift+V (or Edit, Paste as New File)

After pasting the clip, you might want to press F11 (View, Viewer Mode) to see how the breve will look when printed or viewed.
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NWC 2.75 Beta Preview 46 enhancements include:

  • a Marker can now be used to target triplet positions
  • a pair of Markers on first and last note can be used to force a triplet bracket on beamed, triplet notes
  • a Marker can be used to color its target
  • a Marker can be used to hide its target
  • F6 (Tools, Play, Stop) now watches for rapidly repeating stop attempts before prompting to reset
  • the Viewer now shows alert balloons similar to NWC
  • F1 access to context help has been restored to the main menus
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General Discussion / Re: Breve
This generally works pretty well:

Code: (nwc) [Select · Download]
!NoteWorthyComposerClip(2.51,Single)
|Clef|Type:Treble
|Text|Text:"["|Font:StaffSymbols|Pos:0|Wide:Y|Placement:AtNextNote
|Note|Dur:Whole|Pos:0^|Visibility:Never
|Spacer|Width:300
|Note|Dur:Whole|Pos:0|Visibility:Never
|Bar
!NoteWorthyComposerClip-End
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NWC 2.75 Beta Preview 45 enhancements include:

  • the Marker object can now be used to target note articulation and/or slur positions
  • small tweaks to the positioning of slurs and hairpins
  • Tools, User Objects no longer requires an open file
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NWC 2.75 Beta Preview 44 enables some additional user object plugin methods, in the form of context help in Edit, Properties.

The Viewer has been updated to Preview 44a, as its original 44 version had a problem in with Tools, Options.
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Why don't you think so?

NWC 2.51 added specific touch handlers in a variety of areas, and the Viewer was given a new interface to better support high res displays and touch. The only caveat is that you need to stay away from Windows RT tablets. They don't support win32 programs. Intel has made large strides in supporting tablet mode devices with their CPUs, and Windows 8/10 primarily target these kind of devices (somewhat to the detriment of its desktop mode).

See also:

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You won't have any problem with that setup.

Oh, I replied at same time as you...I don't think the changes in pre 43 would cause that issue.
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I read somewhere that 7 ate 9
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A little more explanation...

The mess that is MIDI on Windows 10 basically forced a rewrite of how NWC deals with the MIDI ports. Since the MIDI Mapper has been removed from all officially supported versions of Windows, it made sense to remove it from NWC at this point. Since version 2.75 requires Windows XP, there is really nothing lost in the removal of the MIDI Mapper, as you can still select the real devices as needed.

If you upgrade to Windows 10, you will have a vary hard time using older versions of NWC with the MIDI Mapper/GS Wavetable device. It has been pretty badly broken in this newest release.
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As of NWC 2.75, the MIDI Mapper reference is no longer included as an available device. NWC 2.75 now defaults to the GS Wavetable synth when no other device has been selected. If you previously had the MIDI Mapper selected, it will fail to open in NWC 2.75. You will be alerted to this via a notification.

Background:
The MIDI Mapper was crippled in Windows XP, and removed in Windows Vista. When used in older versions of NWC, Windows would just remap the MIDI Mapper to the GS Wavetable synth.
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The NWC 2.75 beta preview now includes a complete work around for this problem.
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NWC 2.75 Beta Preview 43 includes official support for Windows 10.

After applying this update, the MIDI Mapper reference is no longer included as an available device. Version 2.75 now defaults to the GS Wavetable synth when no other device has been selected. If you previously had the MIDI Mapper selected, it will fail to open in NWC 2.75. You will be alerted to this via a notification.
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Announcements / Upgrading to Windows 10
For the most part, NoteWorthy Composer and its companion NWC Viewer, will work fine on Windows 10. However, there is a problem with using the Microsoft GS Wavetable Synth for play back. In Windows 10, there are problems with the verification methods used by NoteWorthy Composer in Tools, Options, Midi while getting access to the requested MIDI devices. The issue and a work around is described further in our blog:

Windows 10: Configuring Play in Version 2.51a (and older)
https://blog.noteworthycomposer.com/info/windows-10-configuring-play-in-version-2-51a/

See also:

Topic: Beta Preview 43 (the MIDI Mapper)
https://forum.noteworthycomposer.com/?topic=9169.0
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NWC 2.75 Beta Preview 42 includes:

  • new Edit Properties mechanism for user objects
  • drag and drop support for Lua plugin files (will add/update the plugin source)
  • additional methods have been added to the plugin api (reference)
  • an assortment of *.ms plugins have been bundled in the installer
  • a new selector provides easy access to common guitar chords (courtesy of GuitarChord.ms)
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User Tools / Re: ScoreAnalysis.og
You might want to add the following line to the top of your user tool:

Code: (Lua) [Select · Download]
-- $NWCUT$CONFIG: FileText $

Also, in order to support file samples, line 651/2 can be changed to:

Code: (Lua) [Select · Download]
nwcut.writeline("File name:"..(nwcut.getprop('FileName') or ''))
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You need to have the NWC 2.75 test program running before opening files directly into it from the Windows Shell.

Update (with more info): Changing the default NWC .exe program is not recommended. Your nwc/nwctxt files will open into a running copy of nwc or nwctext. If neither is running, your files will open into the standard released version. This gives you the control over which program will receive opened files from the Windows shell.
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Object Plugins / Re: ChordPlay.nw
Updated to support new property menu and native font selection dialog.

After adding a ChordPlay.nw object, you can refine its behavior by either right clicking on its anchor, or by selecting it and pressing J.
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NWC 2.75 Beta Preview 41 includes:

  • user object context menu for changing individual object properties
  • View source command to the insert selectors' right click menu
  • custom user object anchor size
  • Tools, User Objects now provides feedback when no updates are available/needed
  • significant additions to the plugin api
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Object Plugins / Re: ChordPlay.nw
Updated to allow custom key sequences:

Code: (nwc) [Select · Download]
!NoteWorthyComposerClip(2.74974,Single)
|User|ChordPlay.nw|Pos:7|Name:C|Span:1|Keys:0,4,7,16,19,24,28,31,28,24,19,16,7,4,0
|Rest|Dur:Whole
|Bar
|User|ChordPlay.nw|Pos:7|Name:D|Span:1|Keys:0,4,7,16,19,24,28,31,28,24,19,16,7,4,0
|Rest|Dur:Whole
|Bar
|User|ChordPlay.nw|Pos:7|Name:E|Span:1|Keys:0,4,7,16,19,24,28,31,28,24,19,16,7,4,0
|Rest|Dur:Whole
!NoteWorthyComposerClip-End

Updated again to fix timing errors when spanning small duration intervals.
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If you absolutely must have this look:

Code: (nwc) [Select · Download]
!NoteWorthyComposerClip(2.74974,Single)
|Note|Dur:8th,Triplet=First|Pos:0|Opts:Stem=Up
|RestChord|Dur:8th,Triplet|Opts:Stem=Down,ArticulationsOnStem,HideRest|Dur2:4th|Pos2:2
|Note|Dur:8th,Triplet=End|Pos:-3z|Opts:Stem=Up,StemLength=0,Muted
!NoteWorthyComposerClip-End

Play back won't be quite right, though...
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Object Plugins / Re: ChordPlay.nw
New version with strum direction and improved support for inversions. This clip is a good example of walking the bass note from C5 down to C4 within a chord progression.

Code: (nwc) [Select · Download]
!NoteWorthyComposerClip(2.74974,Single)
|Clef|Type:Treble
|Text|Text:"walk the bass note from C5 down to C4"|Font:StaffBold|Pos:-11|Color:1|Visibility:Never
|User|ChordPlay.nw|Pos:8|Name:C|Span:1|Strum:Up|Font:MusikChordSerif|Size:10|Style:Bold|Octave:5
|Rest|Dur:Whole
|Bar
|User|ChordPlay.nw|Pos:8|Name:G/B|Span:1|Strum:Down|Octave:4
|Rest|Dur:Whole
|Bar
|User|ChordPlay.nw|Pos:8|Name:Am|Span:1|Strum:Up
|Rest|Dur:Whole
|Bar
|User|ChordPlay.nw|Pos:8|Name:Am/G|Span:1|Strum:Down
|Rest|Dur:Whole
|Bar
|User|ChordPlay.nw|Pos:8|Name:F|Span:1|Strum:Up
|Rest|Dur:Whole
|Bar
|User|ChordPlay.nw|Pos:8|Name:C/E|Span:1|Strum:Down
|Rest|Dur:Whole
|Bar
|User|ChordPlay.nw|Pos:8|Name:Dm7|Span:1|Strum:Up
|Rest|Dur:Whole
|Bar
|User|ChordPlay.nw|Pos:8|Name:C|Span:1|Strum:Down
|Rest|Dur:Whole
!NoteWorthyComposerClip-End
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NWC 2.75 Beta Preview 40 includes:

  • dynamically loaded fonts (all of the typical fonts available to the Viewer are now also available in NWC without installing them to the system Fonts folder)
  • selectors have been split into built-in and user defined groups
  • a matching Viewer with the same user plugin management used within NWC
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There are two very good reasons to upgrade all of your files to 2.75 format:

  • upgrade all of your text to utf-8, which means that it is no longer interpreted by the ANSI text rules in effect on each user's system
  • the file content will be stored as nwctxt, which is potentially much easier to recover after something like a file corruption

I wouldn't recommend doing this until after 2.75 is in general release.
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The built-in Windows synth is no longer supported by Google Chrome, courtesy of this update.

As a result of this change, the webmidi feature is much less useful on Windows.
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You can edit any of the selectors by right clicking them and selecting Customize. If you want to make your own, I would recommend starting from 16 and working back.
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NWC 2.75 Beta Preview 39 has been made available. It supports the latest user plugin api.
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NWC 2.75 Beta Preview 38 has been made available. It contains some small fixes and the ability to add new user object types from the User Object tool.
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NWC 2.75 Beta Preview 37 changes include:

  • more slur endpoint optimizations (default stem side placement is now half way up/down the stem)
  • when opening older files, Symbol encoded text is now converted to Unicode using extended ASCII code points
  • file templates no longer have their existing notes removed by File, New
  • starting with this release, user object plugins cannot be automatically upgraded if there is a NWC upgrade available
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NWC 2.75 Beta Preview 36 changes:

  • more slur endpoint optimizations
  • Lower level user plugin enhancements
  • A preliminary matching viewer program is also available
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General Discussion / Re: Prefer 1.75
Interesting preference...I will look into providing a NWC 1.75c download method for NWC2 users, and report back here.
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NWC 2.75 Beta Preview 35 changes:

  • Enhanced stem side slur end point handling
  • Instrument trees now support utf8
  • Lower level user plugin enhancements
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Object Plugins / Re: MIDIParm.nw
Do I have to re-install all of this when the new version comes out?

Your changes will persist across an upgrade.
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Object Plugins / Re: MIDIParm.nw
The default Insert toolbar has all 16 selectors. You simply right click on any selector, then select Customize to alter it. When editing a selector, you can use File, Revert to return it to its default state.
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Object Plugins / Re: MIDIParm.nw
There are only 16 selectors.  You can work back to Selector 11 without destroying any of the built-in selectors.

Everything regarding the NRPNs work fine now.  I am very happy. The selector you provided me "10f.nwc" works, but is long and cumbersome if I add all of the organ stops.

You might also want to just work with your NRPN expressions, and paste them in as you need them. For example:

Code: [Select · Download]
(Swell) Gedackt 8 stop = NRPN 40, 16256
(Swell) Gedackt 8 clear = NRPN 40, 0
(Swell) Traverse Flute stop = NRPN 63, 16256
(Swell) Traverse Flute clear = NRPN 63, 0
(Great) Diapason 8 stop = NRPN 31, 16256
(Great) Diapason 8 clear = NRPN 31, 0
(Great) Harmonic Flute stop = NRPN 40, 16256
(Great) Harmonic Flute clear = NRPN 40, 0
(Pedal) Choral Bass stop = NRPN 56, 16256
(Pedal) Choral Bass clear = NRPN 56, 0
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Setting up Ubuntu 14.04 for use with NoteWorthy Composer and the NoteWorthy Composer Viewer is generally a simple task. I recommend using the terminal to install the necessary packages. If you are using an older version of NWC, then the following packages should be all that is needed to get started:

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sudo apt-get install wine ttf-mscorefonts-installer gnome-exe-thumbnailer timidity

I originally tried to install Wine from the Ubuntu Software Center. This caused problems, probably due to license prompts in the mscorefonts package. If this happens to you, you might need to reinstall the mscorefonts, like so:

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sudo apt-get --purge --reinstall install ttf-mscorefonts-installer gnome-exe-thumbnailer


NoteWorthy Composer 2.75 Requires Wine 1.7

The default Wine 1.6 stable release includes some buggy support libraries that break some aspects of NWC 2.75. In order to use newer features, such as the Tools, User Objects control panel, you will have to upgrade to Wine 1.7. Instructions can be found on the  WineHQ Download page for Ubuntu.
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Object Plugins / Re: MIDIParm.nw
You can just drag and drop the file onto the modify post area that says "Add files by dragging and dropping..."

The selectors are menus, so they won't have scroll bars. You can, however, force several columns to fit more objects. If you prefer, you can just e-mail the file to me, and I will review it.
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Object Plugins / Re: MIDIParm.nw
1. I am running Version 2.75 Beta Preview 32 for starters.

This is probably a very large part of the problem. The plugin required Beta Preview 33 when it was originally released. It would not work on Beta Preview 32. You should have seen an error alert.

The good news, in this case, is that you get a working MIDIParm.nw object automatically when you upgrade to Preview 34.

This plugin now requires NWC 2.75 Beta Preview 34 in order to function. In the future, the User object download mechanism will detect if you are running an outdated version of NWC, and alert you accordingly.

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NWC 2.75 Beta Preview 34 changes:

  • User object MIDIParm.nw is now bundled with the program
  • Fix for User object prompting when redrawing the editor screen
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Object Plugins / Re: MIDIParm.nw
I would hope that controller 38 does not cause a problem, since @lew.myrick explicitly cited large paramater data numbers. If it does cause a problem, just delete the DataLSB property.
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Object Plugins / Re: MIDIParm.nw
The latest plugin is attached here. The easiest way to get it is from Tools, User Objects (Ctrl+J), Options, Check online sources.

You can create and modify your own selector. Right click on any of the selectors in the Insert toolbar, then select Customize. I recommend the last selector, which is Selector 16. I created a starter Selector 16 for you, which is attached in an earlier reply.


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Object Plugins / Re: MIDIParm.nw
I would edit them into Cakewalk as follows

Channel 1 (Swell) Gedackt 8 stop = NRPN 40, 16256 to set the stop and NPRN 40, 0 to clear the stop
Channel 1 (Swell) Traverse Flute stop = NRPN 63, 16256 or NRPN 63, 0 to clear
Channel 2 (Great) Diapason 8 stop = NRPN 31, 16256 or 31,0
Channel 2 (Great) Harmonic Flute stop = NRPN 40, 16256, or 40,0
Channel 3 (Pedal) Choral Bass stop = NRPN 56, 16256 or 56,0

The plugin has been modified to accept a program number expression. For example, these NRPN instructions could be entered exactly as you have shown them:

Code: [Select · Download]
(Swell) Gedackt 8 stop = NRPN 40, 16256
(Swell) Gedackt 8 clear = NRPN 40, 0
(Swell) Traverse Flute stop = NRPN 63, 16256
(Swell) Traverse Flute clear = NRPN 63, 0
(Great) Diapason 8 stop = NRPN 31, 16256
(Great) Diapason 8 clear = NRPN 31, 0
(Great) Harmonic Flute stop = NRPN 40, 16256
(Great) Harmonic Flute clear = NRPN 40, 0
(Pedal) Choral Bass stop = NRPN 56, 16256
(Pedal) Choral Bass clear = NRPN 56, 0
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Object Plugins / Re: MIDIParm.nw
I picked two example and created MIDIParm.nw clips that represents them below. Given your NRPN expressions as:

Code: [Select · Download]
Text Description stop = NRPN #v1, #v2 

I assume that your #v1 is the actual NRPN number, and your #v2 is the combination of controller 6 (Data Entry MSB) and 36 (Data Entry LSB). The representation formula is then:

Type:NRPN
MSB:#v1/128
LSB:#v1 - (MSB * 128)
DataMSB:#v2/128
DataLSB:#v2 - (DataMSB * 128)
ShowAs:"Text Description stop"

Channel 1 (Swell) Gedackt 8 stop = NRPN 40, 16256 to set the stop and NPRN 40, 0 to clear the stop

On your channel 1 staff, you can use these objects to send the above changes:

Code: (nwc) [Select · Download]
!NoteWorthyComposerClip(2.749727,Single)
|User|MIDIParm.nw|Pos:6|Type:NRPN|MSB:0|LSB:40|DataMSB:127|DataLSB:0|ShowAs:"(Swell) Gedackt 8 stop"|Visibility:Never
|User|MIDIParm.nw|Pos:6|Type:NRPN|MSB:0|LSB:40|DataMSB:0|DataLSB:0|ShowAs:"(Swell) Gedackt 8 clear"|Visibility:Never
!NoteWorthyComposerClip-End

Channel 3 (Pedal) Choral Bass stop = NRPN 56, 16256 or 56,0

On your channel 3 staff, you can use these objects to send the above changes:

Code: (nwc) [Select · Download]
!NoteWorthyComposerClip(2.749727,Single)
|User|MIDIParm.nw|Pos:6|Type:NRPN|MSB:0|LSB:56|DataMSB:127|DataLSB:0|ShowAs:"(Pedal) Choral Bass stop"|Visibility:Never
|User|MIDIParm.nw|Pos:6|Type:NRPN|MSB:0|LSB:56|DataMSB:0|DataLSB:0|ShowAs:"(Pedal) Choral Bass clear"|Visibility:Never
!NoteWorthyComposerClip-End

I placed both of these clips in a file, which is attached. The top staff is on channel 1, and the bottom staff is on channel 3, as you indicated is required.

I have also attached a selector that encodes the first 10 items in your PDF. If you move this into your Tools, Options, Config Files folder, then restart NWC 2.75, this selector will show up in the default Insert toolbar.
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From an old message, you apparently have a Allen C12 organ. I looked up the manual, but could not find any NRPN details for this organ. If you have any further details, I can provide more assistance.
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Object Plugins / Re: MIDIParm.nw
Follow the instructions in the About User Plugins. In short:

  • Select, copy and paste the above clip into NWC 2.75
  • Press Ctrl+J
  • If MIDIParm.nw is not shown as installed, then double-click it, and press Install

From now on, you can use Insert, User Object and enter MIDIParm.nw into the User Type box.

I would recommend that you construct your NRPN change objects, then copy and paste them where you need them.

As I said in your original topic, if you post technical details of your organ, I can post some object clips that do what you want. You could simply copy and paste them as needed.

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Object Plugins / MIDIParm.nw
This object allows you to send MIDI RPN and NRPN changes. If you do not want these to show when printing, then you will need to hide the object. You can change the text that is displayed for the object by adding a ShowAs property.

The following clip uses MIDIParm.nw to temporarily change the pitch bend range to 12 semitones:

Code: (nwc) [Select · Download]
!NoteWorthyComposerClip(2.749727,Single)
|Clef|Type:Treble
|Instrument|Name:"Violin"|Patch:40|Bank:0,112|Trans:0|BendRange:2|DynVel:10,30,45,60,75,92,108,127|Pos:8|Wide:Y
|Note|Dur:Whole|Pos:-2
|Bar
|MPC|Controller:pitch|Style:Linear Sweep|TimeRes:Quarter|SweepRes:32|Pt1:0,8192|Pt2:2,16383|Pt3:1,8192|Pos:8|Wide:Y
|Note|Dur:Whole|Pos:-2
|Bar
|User|MIDIParm.nw|Pos:6|Type:RPN|MSB:0|LSB:0|DataMSB:12|Visibility:Never
|User|MIDIParm.nw|Pos:6|Type:RPN|MSB:127|LSB:127|ShowAs:RPNCancel|Visibility:Never
|Note|Dur:Whole|Pos:-2
|Bar
|MPC|Controller:pitch|Style:Linear Sweep|TimeRes:Quarter|SweepRes:32|Pt1:0,8192|Pt2:2,16383|Pt3:1,8192|Pos:8|Wide:Y
|Note|Dur:Whole|Pos:-2
|User|MIDIParm.nw|Pos:6|Type:RPN|MSB:0|LSB:0|DataMSB:2|Visibility:Never
|User|MIDIParm.nw|Pos:6|Type:RPN|MSB:127|LSB:127|ShowAs:RPNCancel|Visibility:Never
!NoteWorthyComposerClip-End
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NWC 2.75 includes the necessary infrastructure to support NRPN instructions, but it does not offer any native controls to send such instructions. I created a user object that should make it very easy to control your organ stops. Refer to the new MIDIParm.nw  object plugin:

This object allows you to send MIDI RPN and NRPN changes. If you do not want these to show when printing, then you will need to hide the object. You can change the text that is displayed for the object by adding a ShowAs property.

If you need any help, just reply here. It would be useful to know additional details about the kind of parameter number changes needed by your organ.
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Object Plugins / Melismatic.nw
Melismatic.nw will detect melismas in a staff and automatically draw an extender line that spans the notes contained within the melisma. Only a single Melismatic.nw object is required. Simply add it to the start of any staff with lyrics, and the rest is automatic.

You can turn off Melismatic.nw at any point in a staff by adding a Melismatic.nw object, then assigning its Visibility to Never.

This object was inspired by the original work of Rick G on his rg_LyrEx object. The Melimatic object would not have been
possible without his original effort.

To get started, copy and paste the following object into a staff:

Code: (nwc) [Select · Download]
!NoteWorthyComposerClip(2.75,Single)
|User|Melismatic.nw|Pos:-11|Class:StaffSig
!NoteWorthyComposerClip-End

To turn off the Melismatic.nw process, simply copy and paste the following into the staff at the point where the processing is no longer required:

Code: (nwc) [Select · Download]
!NoteWorthyComposerClip(2.75,Single)
|User|Melismatic.nw|Pos:-11|Class:StaffSig|Visibility:Never
!NoteWorthyComposerClip-End
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Object Plugins / ChordPlay.nw
ChordPlay enables show and play of a named chord. For play back, the duration of the chord is determined by the indicated Span value, which defines the number of notes/rests for which the chord will play.

The Font, Size, and Style can be set within any instance of ChordPlay, but only the first instance in a staff generally needs to define the font details. By default, all subsequent ChordPlay objects will use the font details specified in the first instance in the staff. If the first instance is being used only for setting default display options, then it will show as a special object.

The following clip will get you started:

Code: (nwc) [Select · Download]
!NoteWorthyComposerClip(2.75,Single)
|User|ChordPlay.nw|Pos:7|Font:MusikChordSerif|Size:8|Style:b|Visibility:Never
|Clef|Type:Treble
|Instrument|Name:"Acoustic Guitar (nylon)"|Patch:24|Bank:0,112|Trans:0|DynVel:10,30,45,60,75,92,108,127|Pos:-9
|TimeSig|Signature:4/4
|User|ChordPlay.nw|Pos:7|Name:A|Span:1
|Rest|Dur:Whole
|Bar
|User|ChordPlay.nw|Pos:7|Span:1|Name:A
|Rest|Dur:Whole
|Bar
|User|ChordPlay.nw|Pos:7|Span:1|Name:D
|Rest|Dur:Whole
|Bar
|User|ChordPlay.nw|Pos:7|Span:1|Name:A
|Rest|Dur:Whole
|Bar
|User|ChordPlay.nw|Pos:7|Span:1|Name:D
|Rest|Dur:Whole
|Bar
|User|ChordPlay.nw|Pos:7|Span:1|Name:F#m
|Rest|Dur:Whole
|Bar
|User|ChordPlay.nw|Pos:7|Span:1|Name:A
|Rest|Dur:Whole
|Bar
|User|ChordPlay.nw|Pos:7|Span:1|Name:C#m
|Rest|Dur:Half
|User|ChordPlay.nw|Pos:7|Span:1|Name:F#
|Rest|Dur:Half
|Bar
|User|ChordPlay.nw|Pos:7|Span:1|Name:B7
|Rest|Dur:Half
|User|ChordPlay.nw|Pos:7|Span:1|Name:E7
|Rest|Dur:Half
|Bar|Style:LocalRepeatClose|Repeat:4
!NoteWorthyComposerClip-End